Valentine's Day and candy are an ideal combo. Send a Sugarwish to someone, and they'll be able to go online and pick out their favorite candies from a vast array. You can opt to get just a couple of varieties, or dozens. It's a virtual candy store. Prices start at $18.50 for two 1/4 lb. bags of treats.
The Muse 2 is the newest version of this meditation headband. It gives real-time feedback on brain activity, heart rate, breathing and body movements. $249
OtterBox Star Wars phone cases
OtterBox's Star Wars cases are part of the Symmetry Series. Star Wars cases come in five new designs: Stolen Plans (R2D2), Boba Fett, Darth Vader - Sith Lord, Stormtrooper Emblem, Darth Vader Emblem. Prices starting at $44.95.
ThinkGeek's Apollo 11 Mission Film Reel Lunch Canister has a three-part bento-style design. We're guessing that the Apollo 11 astronauts would have been delighted to have their lunches delivered in this form factor. Unfortunately, most of their meals were served via packets with a nozzle on one end for rehydration. It's a practical way for Apollo fans to take their lunch to work. $24.99
Ion Glow Charge wireless charger with mood light
The Glow Charge is a wireless charger that glows in multiple colors and features various light modes and a super bass button. Because doesn't everyone need a charger that glows?
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Altec Lansing True EVO Wireless Earbuds
These sweatproof and waterproof earbuds from Altec feature Just Ask technology that directly connects to Siri and Google Assistant with a simple voice command, providing instant access to playlists, weather reports, directions, and more. Keep them charged with a QI Wireless charging case. $99.99
The Kodak Printomatic Instant Print Camera instantly and automatically prints full color photos with point-and-shoot ease. It uses KODAK ZINK Photo Paper, so no ink cartridges or toners are needed. $69.99
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