Twenty-five bucks might not seem like much given that our entertainment culture is always dabbing in hundred thousand, millions, and billions of dollars.
But people in the most developing parts of the world can survive with that on a week! So surely you can get yourself something nice with it if you look hard enough. To save you the trouble, we’ve already looked into the subject for you and present you with the coolest gadgets for $25 or less.
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Take turns rolling the dice… watch your monster come alive! Be the first player to draw all six body parts of your monster and WIN! Or work as a team to create monsters with cooperative play. Draw a different monster every time! Unlimited possibilities, unlimited fun!Roll the dice, draw your monster!
Lights, camera, action! Our Mini Portable LED Light brings clear, non-glare lighting to outdoor adventures. This micro gadget is a great gift for photographers, video junkies and flash light lovers.
Charge or sync your Apple devices with this cute little Monster iPhone Charge Cable. The little monster head anchors it in place and it has 3 movable suction holders so you can arrange it any which way.
Rock around the clock tonight! Our Retro Radio Bluetooth Speaker has a cool ‘50’s look with real working ON/OFF button, volume control dial and a Bluetooth indicator light. Perfect for home, dorm room or travel.
Dry stuffy air? Perch our Mini Cactus Humidifier on your night table or desk top for a refreshing continuous cool mist!
One giant step for your cellphone or tablet. This little space traveler is happy to help keep your phone safe and secure while it charges. A great gift for an office pal or anyone who secretly wants to hop on the next rocket ship to Mars.
If you’ve ever gone out to eat with a baby or toddler, you know how stressful it can be. You struggle to keep things out of the child’s reach, give them something acceptable to play with, only to have that item quickly thrown onto the floor. You pick it up and wipe off the gross restaurant germs, return it to the child, and the cycle continues for the entire meal.
Busy Baby solves this problem with a placemat that adheres to any smooth, flat surface and a *proprietary tether system* that allows you to attach the baby’s items to the mat. Now, when the baby drops or throws things, they stay within arm’s reach. Attach washable markers and let little ones color and then watch it rinse right off in the sink. There is nothing like it on the market! The Busy Baby Mats are also a great substitute for mobile devices, allowing baby to interact at the table and learn socialization at an early age.
The Busy Baby Mat goes beyond the table top too. It can be used on a sliding glass door or window, the side of the refrigerator to keep the little one out from under foot while preparing food, or on the side of the bath tub to keep squirming to a minimum. The mats are also being used for physical therapy for kids with sensory issues.
While flying cars don’t seem to have panned out just yet, the future is most definitely here. More and more homeowners are able to literally ask their house to open or close their garage, lock their front door, or turn their lights on and off.
For many people, however, the cost of home automation can be prohibitive – but you won’t find that with this $12 product. This device can be used to turn any light switch into a smart switch, and can be controlled by your voice through Amazon Alexa or Google Home, or from anywhere in the world using its free Cloud app.