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We all know someone who is studying hard, and might not have time to treat themselves to something a little special, especially in the midst of exams and coursework. It doesn’t necessarily have to be for Christmas or a birthday, just a little gift to remind them that someone has their back when they’re going through a hard time studying.
In the spirit of giving, have a look below at some of our suggestions for what to get a student as a gift. It might be the one thing to perk them back up when they’re elbow deep in textbooks and have fallen asleep on their keyboard.
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If your student is a coffee addict, and always enjoys a cup when they’re knuckling down in textbooks, then the Aeropress coffee maker is the ideal present. It makes a ground cup of coffee in just 30 seconds, and is so easy to transport, it allows your student to enjoy a brew on the go, even if they are out and about.
There’s nothing like background music to allow your student to concentrate, so a Bluetooth speaker will always go down well. The UE Boom 2 was voted one of the best portable speakers by Techrader, and provides great sound quality along with being waterproof. That means if a tired student manages to knock a cup of coffee all over their desk, thankfully the music will keep playing.
Does your student like to be super organised? The Apple Watch can help stay on time, but more importantly it helps with filtering notifications, as the user can have a quick glance without picking up their phone and getting distracted. Furthermore, it also comes in a fitness model, which is ideal to keep your student active in between study sessions.
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If your student would prefer a bit more privacy with their music, and to study of course, then nothing can be better than noise cancelling headphones. Bose have always delivered exceptional sound quality, and will ensure that a favourite playlist can be listened to wirelessly, in comfort and without distraction.
If your busy student is glued to their books, then a voice activated device like the Amazon Echo Dot is a great addition to their workspace. Once connected to other smart devices around the home, your student can control the heating, the lighting and their music, along with a whole host of other things so that they don’t even have to move from their seat.
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