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Mom-Approved Tech Gifts

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Believe it or not, Mother’s Day is just around the corner. And whether you are a mom, have a mom who you’d like to gift, or just love tech gadgets and want to treat yourself, we’ve got some cool tech-related gift ideas for you. Maybe this year it’s time to skip the flowers and focus on something a little more unique. Heck, it IS 2022 after all, and the pandemic made even the most technophobic among us a little more comfortable with gadgets. Read on for some mom-approved tech gifts.

Long Distance Love Notes - Spinning Heart Messenger
Send daily hellos, love notes, or a quick message, through this digital bamboo box. The pixelated heart spins to let you know there’s a message.

(Teeny Tiny) Wireless Photo Printer
Get those images off the phone and into mom’s hands! Pairs simply with your smartphone.

Color Muse
Into home decor and like taking inspiration from the real world? Pinpoint any paint colour you see out and about with this handy gadget.

Key Finder
If your mom has an iPhone AND tends to lose her keys (coughlikemymomcough) - consider equipping her with some handy Air Tags - and make the whole “Ughh Where are my keys!” dance a thing of the past. 

MasterClass Subscription
MasterClass offers streamed instruction from world-renowned experts in their fields, from cooking with Gordon Ramsay to acting with Natalie Portman. The courses are beautifully shot and very in-depth. (I personally splurged on a subscription last year for myself and my mom, and spoiler alert: She said it was the best gift she’d ever gotten.) Bonus? They’re running a 35% off for Mother’s Day deal right now. 

Manage Medications Remotely
If you’re concerned about making sure mom takes her meds, this handy gadget may be a lifesaver for you both. MedMinder reminds you when to open a pill compartment. The device's built-in cell service also connects to a monitoring station, so no phone or wireless network is needed. You can even buy refill trays that can be swapped in and out as needed.