Holiday Gift Guide

If you’re anything like us, you’re probably sweating a few last minute gifts for your friends and family. Fortunately, we crawled the corners of our agency offices to find gift ideas and inspiration. From cool tech gear to geeky gadgets to one-of-a-kind items, our staff has you covered. Happy holidays from our agency to your home.

 
Clockman

Clockman

From Katie D.

In case you aren’t up-to-speed in Japanese, this clock is sold in 4 models to correspond to your blood type and wake you up in the most appropriate manner. Unfortunately, it only speaks Japanese – however, the novelty of a clock speaking Japanese at me in the early morning would certainly get me up, regardless of what manner it was in.

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Pogoplug

Pogoplug

From Aaron G.

It's a network device that turns external USB hard drives into cloud storage devices you can access from anywhere – from a web browser, from your desktop, or from your mobile device.

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Portland playing cards by Aaron Trotter

Portland playing cards by Aaron Trotter

From Albert K.

Appreciate 52 sights and scenes of Portland, drawn by hand on an eco-friendly deck. But grab ‘em quick – he only makes 100 sets at a time.

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USB Pet Rock

USB Pet Rock

From Meghan J.

A return of the 1970’s classic, this version of the new millennium comes with a bonus update to confuse your coworkers into thinking it actually serves a greater purpose. We think that’s purpose enough.

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Bliss Lights

Bliss Lights

From Albert K.

If your conference rooms, office, or home is lacking that wow-factor, these lights will definitely brighten things up.

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Team Coco Tweety T-Shirt

Team Coco Tweety T-Shirt

From Jeff C.

Conan Obrien’s new T-shirt line arrived just in time for the holidays. The Tweety shirt covers all the bases for that geeky Conan fan in your family. Who wouldn’t want to wear the head of Conan on the body of a tweety bird?

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Fred the Humidifier

Fred the Humidifier

From Jessica C.

If it’s wrong to buy a pricey humidifier for its cute-factor and first name, we don’t want to be right.

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Ron Artest’s Championship Ring

Ron Artest’s
Championship Ring

From Jeff C.

Ron Artest is raffling off his 2010 NBA Championship Ring on Christmas morning. This unique slice of NBA history under the tree would punch up any holiday celebration. Just the chance to win this obscure piece of memorabilia is a memorable gift in itself.

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Keyglove

Keyglove

From Melissa C.

The Keyglove is a neat way to combine typing and mouse clicks into intuitive combinations of hand movements, without peripherals. The bonus? The glove allows you to do things with ease, using only one hand, so you’re free to paint, fish, shoot hoops, or whatever else you can handle with your free hand. The downside? It’s still a prototype. Maybe next year…

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GoldenEye for the Wii

GoldenEye for the Wii

From Andrew S.

As a red-blooded American male raised in the 80's my Pavlovian conditioning around the holidays kicks in and I feel compelled to buy all sorts of video games. GoldenEye for the Wii in particular provides a bit of "throw-back" nostalgia to my college years.

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Vinyl decals by Matthew Haggett

Vinyl decals by
Matthew Haggett

From Chloe W.

If you just can’t get enough doodles in your life, these cool decals can be stuck anywhere – from home to the office.

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Universal Wand Remote

Universal Wand Remote

From Melissa V.

True Harry Potter fanatics will drool over the universal wand remote, which you can train to function in most of the ways your current remote does – 13 gestures in all, plus a heartbeat to let you know it’s awake and ready to do your bidding.

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Smart Strip LCG3 Power Strip

Smart Strip LCG3
power strip

From Andy V.

I'm a fan of ROI, and think that can start with smart energy gear. I would start with a Smart Strip LCG3 power strip which automatically shuts down electrical devices that are not in use from trickling electricity (DVD player, printer, etc.)

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BabyKeeper

BabyKeeper

From Andrew M.

With a few buns in the oven with the ISITE crowd, it’s only appropriate we include something for the parents-to-be. Never fear for losing your child in a public place with this handy hook – just be sure to hang with care.
*ISITE does not condone hanging your child in slings without approved patents.

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Celsius X VI II

Celsius X VI II

From Mark M.

A phone for all those watch-lovers – is it a pocket-phone-watch… or a watch cell phone?

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Tocky Touch Alarm Clock

Tocky Touch Alarm Clock

From Jessica C.

Can you tell us ISITE gals are not the morning type? This unique clock rolls away when it goes off, forcing you up and at ‘em.

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Dazzling glasses by Marcia Wiley

Dazzling glasses by
Marcia Wiley

From Albert K.

With everyday functionality, these unique handmade wares are sure to delight guests at any post-holiday party, or the kids after school.

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Crafty Wonderland

Crafty Wonderland

From Steve K.

Looking for something totally one-of-a-kind, with a local flavor? This site has it all, from prints to wallets, handmade by local artists.

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