So you want to bring your grandparents into the 21st century, but they refuse to learn #C. Fear not, here are 12 awesome tech gifts that even your grandma could use.
Grandma (and Grandpa) may be one of the 48 million Americans who have significant hearing loss, and who's physician may not have screened their hearing. For $69 your gift of the iHEARtest(tm) gives grandma the ability to screen her own hearing from the convenience and privacy of her home, and take the 6 minute iHEARtest(tm) assessment to immediately learn what her Hearing Number(tm) is on a scale from 1 to 5 (from profound hearing loss to good hearing in each ear).
Contributors: Lysa Urban for iHEAR(r) Medical
As counter-intuitive as it seems, white noise helps people sleep. The soft whir drowns out other sounds and creates an audible cushion, turning any bedroom into a haven. Unlike digital-based machines and loops, Snooz features a real fan, creating a natural, comforting sound that never changes throughout the night. And, with the fan inside the sleek, modern-looking case, there’s no blowing cold air to disrupt sleep.
Portable and stylish, Snooz has completely customizable levels, from a light purr to a throaty buzz. It even features a nursery setting. (Many sleep machines exceed safety standards for both babies and even adults, according to a study reported by the New York Times.) And, of course, there’s an app to control power, volume and scheduled shut-off times.
Contributors: Snooz from Snooz
I have one of these and I love it!
#3 Kindle E-reader
The Kindle E-Reader is a completely portable way to store thousands of books. If you want to offer it to a person who enjoys reading, it should be your first option. Also, it's easy to use, the battery lasts for weeks and on top of everything, it's lighter than most smartphones.
Contributors: Mihail Corbuleac from ComputerSupport
#4 Fitness Tracker Smart Watch-Blood Pressure Monitor
Grandma will thank you kindly for this all-in-one tech gadget that is both practical and useful. It’s a watch, blood pressure and heart rate monitor and waterproof to boot! She can wear it to bed to monitor her sleep pattern as well as keep track of her steps. Let her take charge of her health - buy one for Grandpa while you’re at it!
Contributors: Nicholas Christensen from Lottery Critic
With more than 107MM people over the age of 50 experiencing the effects of aging through arthritis, MS or Parkinson’s, the simplest daily task – like cutting your fingernails—becomes one of the most difficult. Enter the start-up, ClipDifferent, which is launching its first product this month and is the first to market with this type of fingernail cutting solution.
Contributors: Jenna Croymans from Maccabee PR
Everyone knows someone who can’t keep their keys in order or loses their keys. KeySmart is the ‘jack of all trades’ for keys; allowing users to store not just their keys, but also select a variety of add-ons - from bottle openers to flash drives. Never again will you struggle with a bulky keyring taking up valuable space in your pocket or jingling keys making too much noise. KeySmart can hold up to 14 keys and even offers an expansion pack to carry whatever else you need.
You can get KeySmart in a variety of colors for only $19.99, and if they are prone to losing their keys, you can opt for or the KeySmart Pro with Tile Smart Location Tracking, which costs $59.99 and includes a free bottle opener. This handy gadget boasts a Bluetooth tracker so users always know exactly where their keys are.
Contributors: Ilana Youngheim from PMBC Group
#7 Kindle Fire Tablet
You can’t go wrong with giving your Grandma a Kindle Fire Tablet. They have access to everything they might need like games, eBooks, video chat, and Facebook. It’s simple enough for any Grandma to use whether on the go or at home on the couch.
Contributors: Holly Zink from Digital Addicts
#8 Fire TV Stick with Alexa Voice Remote
Instead of your Grandma fiddling through the television channels, they can watch whatever they want using the Fire TV Stick. With the simple press of a button, they can ask Alexa through a voice-enabled remote for TV and movie recommendations. Plus, you can install streaming apps including Hulu, Netflix, Prime Video, and HBO.
Contributors: Holly Zink from Digital Addicts
#9 Video Conversion and Audio Conversion products
Moms, Fathers, and Grandfathers have chased us around with a video camera our whole life at home, on Vacations and for special events, many of these are locked away in old VHS, VHS-C, and Beta tapes. Our Video Conversion and Audio Conversion products enable you to transfer your old VHS, VHS-C, Beta and other analog format Video, as well as cassette and Phonograph records, to DVD and digital formats - thus saving space, organizing your collections and most importantly - Saving Your Precious Memories, and enabling you to share them! Have your old football tapes, TV recorded games, or other old memories deteriorating, convert them now.
Contributors: Michael Romanies from VIDBOX Inc.
For pet owners, there is nothing worse than hearing your pet moaning in pain in the middle of the night and being unsure of what’s specifically wrong, what to do to help them, all while knowing your vet is closed for the day.
MyPetDoc, however, offers an optimal solution for pet owners looking for a seamless experience to diagnose a pet’s health conditions through a dialogue between pet owner and a Chatbot. This is a great gift for elderly pet owners who have the option to speak with a licensed veterinarian, without ever leaving their home.
Contributors: Cal Lai from Vet24Seven
#11 Luci Pro: Lux + Mobile Charging
This 100% solar light has a soft, warm glow and elegant design for entertaining and indoor/outdoor decor. This award winning, innovative light has a two-way USB port so grandma can charge the light with exposure to direct sunlight or via USB. Once fully charged, the light can charge a mobile device.
Contributors: Barella Kirkland from MPOWERD
#12 hearOclub Subscription
Similar to Dollar Shave Club, hearOclub allows your grandma to be a part of a club that delivers hearing aid batteries on a consistent schedule so she never runs out again. Hearing Aid Batteries last less than a week, so grandma constantly has to drive out to the store to re-supply. Now you can get her a membership to a subscription club so she feels young and hip, joining the trend of a younger generation being part of a club.
We offer big name brand DieHard batteries, a brand that grandma grew up with and trusts.
Contributors: RJ Pole from hearOclub
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