The holidays are almost here and the Christmas wreaths are now slowly back in stores. Time to think about the more expensive gifts that people sometimes give each other around Christmas. And although it is a taboo for some people, we simply opt for household products. They are extremely useful.
One is ‘addicted’ to Spa Rood, the other enjoys making cocktails with a sparkle: the Sodastream helps you make ‘healthy’ sparkling drinks. Now, if you add alcohol, this is of course no longer the case, and there are also many syrups that are not so healthy, but the idea that this device makes everything ‘fresh’ (i.e. with bubbles) is very attractive. It can help people drink more water, or indeed mix together some kind of cola alternative that is less bad.
Google Nest Hub
Google Nest Hub is a nice gift because it is suitable for people who have smart home gadgets at home, but also for people who do not. Then this hub still functions as a nice helper that you can talk to and ask questions (the Google Assistant is in it), in addition to being a kind of digital photo frame. And if someone does have smart devices at home, he or she can control them nicely with the Google Nest Hub. A nice device with which you can go in several directions.
A steam machine for clothes is very useful, such as Philips Steam&Go. For example, you can also steam curtains or other fabrics with it. The downside is that many people don’t buy it because they think, ‘Oh well, I already have an iron.’ A steam machine like this is so much easier: it can smooth out that shirt you want to wear to the pub in no time, and it is much easier to use than an iron. A very handy device that you can certainly own in addition to an iron. Just be careful, you will naturally use it a lot.
Smeg Food Processor
It is a wanna-have: a food processor, for example the Smeg food processor. It’s a bit of an inconvenience, but such a device comes in very handy for many dishes. You can mix wonderful things in it, for example if you make your own bread, you want to make a sauce or even a salad, although you will have to set it on a low setting. A food processor can chop, knead, whip (yes, whipped cream!) and even squeeze, so a new cooking world will probably open up for you once you have such an appliance at home.
Robot vacuum cleaner Roomba
To be fair, it has to be a good robot vacuum cleaner, like one Roomba, but these are great gifts to receive. After all, it takes work off your hands, especially in an interior that is modern and pet-free: a robot vacuum cleaner is a perfect helper for such households. It moves fairly quietly around the room while the person who gave it to you is at work, and there are even variants that empty the container briefly when they are at their base station. Your house looks a lot cleaner: everyone knows that a vacuumed floor looks a lot more attractive. And luckily you don’t have to do anything yourself.