Only twelve shopping days until Christmas. If you are still looking for a unique gift for that certain someone in your life, look no further. Apopolis searched near and far to bring you the best in last minute holiday gifts.
Cardboard iPad TV Stand. Turn his iPad into a retro TV set. This recycled cardboard stand ($30) recreates the golden days of tuning in to TV. Perfect for an episode of the Twilight Zone.
Romo Robot App-Controlled Pet for iOS Devices. Romo ($29.99) is a curious digital creature who lives in the phone and explores the world on his roving base. Your man can download the app and dock his iPhone device or iPod touch. Romo will explore his world and snap photos of what he sees. Program him to respond and adapt to his environment. Romo can even be controlled remotely via web browser or other iOS devices—from your loved one’s office cubicle.
Handbag Raincoat With El Nino on the horizon, protect her Hermes purse from getting wet with a purse umbrella ($28). It consists of a plastic tarp with a slot in the middle of it to put your purse’s handle through. The handbag raincoat comes in various sizes depending on how large your handbag or purse is. It also has a Velcro top to further secure the opening on the top, and comes in a carrying pouch to secure it for when not in use.
Heart Book Box. Taking a page from the great romance novels, this charming box ($55) lets you give your heart to your favorite bookworm or stow your treasures in a literary vessel. A heart cutout in the pages breathes new life into well-loved library books, while the antiqued covers bring a touch of bibliophile appeal, whether they’re holding jewelry on your dresser or concealing valuables tucked into your bookshelf.
Five Nights at Freddy’s 3″ Figure Hangers Toy Blind Pack. Each officially licensed FNAF blind pack ($10.79) contains one random figure. There are ten figures you can collect: Balloon Boy, Bonnie, Chica, Foxy, Freddy, Mangle, The Puppet, Toy Chica, Toy Bonnie and the hard to find Chase Figure Golden Freddy. Ultimate stocking stuffer for the ultimate FNAF fan.
Osmo If you are the kind of parents that would rather not have your kids play with mindless games, Osmo is a combination of gadget technology plus education. There are two sets you can choose from. A Starter Kit ($79) comes with Masterpiece, Tangram and Newton Games. A Genius Kit ($99) comes with everything in the Standard Kit plus a Math game. Note that this game will need to be played with an iPad. It’s compatible with latest iPads: iPad 2, iPad 3, iPad 4 iPad Mini, iPad Mini Retina, iPad Air.
Book Tissue Dispenser with Drawer No Asian mom can live without a box of Kleenex by her side. And no Asian mom will let a Kleenex box sit naked on a nightstand without a holder of some kind. The classics tissue dispenser ($49) cleverly camouflage a hidden drawer in the bottom book to keep your mom’s jewellery or her reading glasses. A boutique-sized box of tissues is concealed in the top. Handcrafted of hardwoods and handprinted.
Last Supper Figurine Because your mom can never have enough of the Leonardo Da Vinci’s masterpiece, why not add this glorious Last Supper figurine ($87.99) to her collection. Made of resin and stone, the figurine measures 4.5″ H x 11.25″ W.
2 Ways Back Scratcher Body Massager Hammer. If your dad loves to scratch while watching television, now he can scratch AND hammer his back with just one tool. The 2-in-1 ultimate back pampering ($7.10) will show your dad that you care without having to actually give him a massage.
Bluetooth Typewriter Keyboard. Instead of tapping on the iPad, your dad can go retro-style and type on the old fashioned keyboard ($309). It features an old school design that simulates the tactile clicky feel of a vintage typewriter so he can write in style.
Laptop Cat Scratching Pad. From cat videos to social media to good old fashioned political discourse, your worldly feline has got a lot of reasons to stay connected—trouble is, he gets his computer access by sitting on your keyboard as you type. Make your cat the most tech-savvy fur ball on the block with this prop laptop scratching pad ($35). Made to look just like your own computer, this cardboard contraption features a claw-ready keyboard for cats to scratch and an “operating system” that can be upgraded by simply printing out a new “desktop image” and sliding it in the cardboard monitor. The perfect gift for the cat who has everything.
Dog Toilet Water Bowl Prevent your dogs from drinking right out of the toilet by giving them their own hilarious toilet water bowl ($27.04). This high gloss ceramic water bowl is a funny way to troll your pets too. Finally, for once you can give your dog a kiss after he drinks off the toilet without feeling gross out.