We are officially at 10 shopping days left ‘til Christmas…and counting! Are you still stumped about what to get that special someone, and your mother, and your kids, your mail carrier, and that friend who already has everything? You’re in luck, because we have a few gift ideas for you:
For the young gamer: If your older child or preteen loves video games and electronics, but you want him or her to get more out of it than just play, this may be for you. The Ozobot provides a fascinating and fun way to learn coding and other STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and math) skills.
For the Netflix and chill crowd: A 4K Ultra HD Television is the ultimate in ultra clear pictures. A traditional HD is limited to 1920 vertical columns and 1080 horizontal rows of pixels, Ultra HD has a total resolution of 3840 pixels by 2160. This is a slightly smaller resolution than what is seen on cinema screens. There are pros and cons, of course, so discover what you need to know here.
For the modern family: Everyone has a phone, tablet or other device. They lay all over the house, cluttering the counters, the table, the nightstand. This family needs the best charging station to keep it all organized, confined, and safely charging.
For the fabulous foodie: Their kitchen is begging for an upgrade. The word in new appliances is “smart.” This includes many appliances being programmable with your smartphone or other device. With these items, your kitchen will do so much of the work for you that you’ll think you’re dreaming. Unfortunately, you still have to empty the trash on your own.
For the really good green guy or girl: For the individual who is very interested in living green, an electric or hybrid car would definitely make them smile. Car and Driver rates the best options here, touting the Chevy Volt as a very fun to drive and energy wise option, as well as the funky Kia Soul. If this item is on your list, remember to contact Branham Electric for your charging station.
For the older home with many new electrical gadgets: As you fill that Christmas wish list with items that use more and more energy, don’t forget your home may have a wish as well. If your home is a bit older, the electrical system may not be equipped to handle the amps used on a daily basis. You may also desire more outlets and charging stations, so consider an upgrade.
For the St. Louis area home: This home is filled with sensitive electronics, and is located in an area prone to regional thunderstorms. A common power surge can damage all those fancy gadgets that Santa will bring this year, as well as appliances and other electrical products. The answer is Surge Protection from Branham Electric, which provides peace of mind for the tech-savvy homeowner.
Get shopping, friends. There’s no time to waste.