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Gifts For Grads

Welcome to our Graduation Gift Guide! From cutting-edge tech to timeless classics, we’ve curated the ultimate selection to celebrate this milestone. Whether it’s virtual reality with Apple Vision Pro or musical inspiration with Jamstick Classic MIDI Guitar, find the perfect gift to kickstart their next adventure!



Deebot X2 Omni

Featuring: impressive suction and vacuuming; retractable mopping pads with 15 mm; self-emptying and cleaning; sleek, square design.



Discover 1 E-Bike Cruiser & Commuter

A great choice if you’re looking to buy your first e-bike, with an emphasis on comfort and accessibility via geometry that supports an upright riding posture and low step-through frame.

Nimble Wireless Charger


Wireless Charger

It seems every new gadget feeds a whole new suite of new plastic accessories. Break the cycle with Nimble, whose chargers, cables, and cases are made from recycled materials.

Ecobee Smart Theromostat


Smart Thermostat

Don’t crank the heat, get a smart thermostat. It can control your home’s climate while also reducing energy consumption. We like Ecobee, but there are many good ones out there.

Apple Vision Pro


Vision Pro

If your grad’s not ready to enter the “real world,” let them chill in virtual reality. Vision Pro is the best VR headset—and jokes aside, it’ll put them on the cutting edge.

Jamstick Classic MIDI Guitar


Classic MIDI Guitar

It’s not a Stratocaster, despite appearances. It’s an electric guitar with a built-in MIDI—recording technology borrowed from synthesizers. Perfect for after-work jam sessions.

Sony PlayStation Portal


PlayStation Portal

Gaming on the go doesn’t have to be an inferior experience with the PlayStation Portal, which syncs to a local PS5 to make use of its stellar hardware.

reMarkable 2


reMarkable 2

There are normal tablets and there are reMarkable tablets. This highly rated e-reader lets you read and write with a stylus on a paper-like screen.




Mechanical keyboards are divisive—they feel great but take up space. Not the LOFREE Flow84, an impressively thin mechanical keyboard that doesn’t skimp on user experience.

JBL Reflect Aero TWS


ID.7 EV Sedan

Sedans are finally getting the EV treatment, and Volkswagen’s ID.7 is an exceptionally stylish and comfortable ride with plenty of range for those new daily commutes.

Canyon Roadlite



Canyon bikes have won the Tour de France, but a DTC model makes them affordable. The Roadlite is an incredible commuter, and the brand makes gravel, road and even e-bikes too.

Peloton Row


Black Bay “Monochrome”

A classic grad gift, this new watch from Tudor takes design cues from the iconic Rolex Submariner worn by Sean Connery’s James Bond. Smaller wrists: see the Black Bay 58 or BB54.

Nikon Z f Mirrorless Camera


Z f Mirrorless Camera

Phone cameras are great. Mirrorless cameras are better. Nikon’s Z f outfits a retro-styled body with a full-frame sensor—both form and function will stand the test of time.

Ledger Nano X


Nano X

Bitcoin is booming. This digital wallet securely stores all sorts of cryptocurrencies and NFT artworks—a must-have for any budding investor or collector.

Amazon Echo



Every smart home needs a hub, and the best for most folks is Amazon’s Echo. Apple’s HomeKit and Google’s Nest are also great picks for first-time homeowners and apartment-dwellers.

John Hardy Icon Chain

John Hardy

Icon Chain

Necklaces, bracelets, rings—big chains are back in a big way. John Hardy’s unisex luxury jewelry is handcrafted by artisans in Bali and worn by A-list celebs from Zendaya to Harry Styles.