Next Nature Gift Guide 2018

NextNature.net
December 19th 2018

The season of giving has come and to make sure you can find the perfect gift for your loved ones we have brought together a collection of Next Nature inspired goodies. Whether you need ideas for the office geek or your aunt from outer space: the Next Nature Gift Guide 2018 has you covered.

For the data-driven Meditator: Muse

We all know someone who could use a little help to relax. Muse translates your mental activity into the guiding sounds of weather to help you find focused calm. So now they can stop guessing if they are meditating correctly, and instead use real-time data to guide them.

For the young genius: Da Vinci 3D printer

Toys have evolved since the old days of wooden building blocks. Now you can print your own building blocks. In fact you can print your own anything with the Da Vinci 3D printer. This gift is perfect for kids with unlimited imaginations.

For the risky investor: Cryptocurrency Christmas sweaters

Did someone convince half your family to buy into Bitcoin last Christmas, only to see the price tank every single month of 2018? Well now you can make that person own their mistake by gifting them these ultra chic Christmas sweaters. Just keep Hodling until things start looking up again. Any day now...

For the tech addict: Radiation blocking underwear

Sometimes we spend a little too much time on our phones or laptops. Protect a loved ones sensitive area this Christmas and buy them a pair of radiation blocking underwear. No more nasty electromagnetic waves will interfere with your future family plans.

For the sofa adventurer: Tee Tree lights

Know someone who loves to talk about going camping but can never brave the cold winter camping? With these tee tree lights, now you can have all the atmosphere of being outside, from the comfort of inside your own home.

For the light sleeper: Noise-masking Sleepbuds

They look like tiny headphones, but Bose noise-masking sleepbuds are uniquely designed for sleep. They don’t stream music or have acoustic noise cancellation. Instead, they use pre-loaded, soothing sounds to cover up unwanted nighttime noises so you can hear relaxing wildlife noises in the busy urban jungle.

For the book lover: Old Books chocolate

As we consume more and more books on digital devices its always good to be reminded of the unique qualities of a physical book. By using tobacco, hazelnut, essence of leather, frankincense, Myrhh and oak smoked Welsh sea salt a single taste of this curious chocolate will transport you across space and time and have you reclining on a leather chair in an old library by the fireplace.

For the kitchen busy-bee: Bees wax wrap

This gift is perfect for that someone special who is always cooking in the kitchen and constantly surrounded by leftovers. Cut down on food waste and take a lesson from the bees with this reusable bees wax paper that will help keep your food fresh or longer.

For the ultimate explorer: A trip around the moon

Sometimes it's hard to find that perfect gift. But if budget is not an issue, then why not give the ultimate weekend away package around the moon. (may take longer than 48 hours) The first flight leaves in 2023 and has 8 places on it so be quick as these tickets won't be around fo long!

For the futurist friend: 50 products from the future

The NANO Supermarket book presents 50 nanotech products that do not exist yet. But may be on the market within 10-20 years: medicinal candy, programmable wine, interactive wall paint, or an energy belt that charges your mobile devices from your own belly fat.

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