Valentine’s Gifts – Thinking Outside The Box
Friday, 1 April 2016 | Admin
The traditional Valentine’s Day gifts of flowers and chocolates for the ladies and boxers and aftershave for men can often become tired options for couples who have been in a relationship for some time. Variety is the spice of life, especially where gift-giving is concerned, and thinking outside the box can help to inject some fun into one of the most romantic days of the year.
Spy gadgets and covert spy cameras in gift form make great presents for fun-loving couples and can be used for a variety of purposes, including security, recording special moments and even playing pranks on loved ones.
For the lady of the house, a delicate pink wristwatch concealing a HD spy camera makes a truly original and thoughtful gift for Valentine’s Day. Whether she considers herself a female 007 or a gadget enthusiast, this stylish accessory will appear innocuous to those who don’t know better, but can be used to film secret footage of friends and family. The camera hidden within the watch face has a built-in lithium battery which can be recharged using a USB port on a computer, and the device is completely plug-and-play, meaning there are no extra drivers or software to install in order to view stored footage. This spy camera watch is available for just £59.99.
Men who are always on the move will appreciate a gadget which they can take anywhere with them in order to capture audio on the go. A flash drive audio recorder is perfect for busy businessmen who need to keep track of contractors’ promises or clients’ financial commitments, and is a thoughtful and practical gift from a woman to her husband or boyfriend. The recorder can store up to 240 hours of audio, and is disguised as an innocent-looking flash drive, which can slot into a computer and start recording at the touch of a button.
Many couples will opt to pool their resources and purchase a practical gift which they can both make use of for Valentine’s Day. Tracking devices which can be placed within children’s bags or coats, home security installations which help to prevent burglaries and intrusions, in-car spy cameras to protect against stolen vehicles and even telephone monitoring equipment can make worthy investments for those who wish to shun the hearts and flowers of Valentine’s Day and treat one another to something worthwhile and pragmatic. These purchases can improve peace of mind for couples and families as a whole, making the home a more secure and safe place to live; what better gift could there be?