The Procrastinator’s Gift Guide : Last-Minute Gift Ideas

BY DAVID CLARK

Hi all, David here. Last year I put together a procrastinator’s guide to shopping for the holidays, so I thought why not do version 2! Ironically, I’m not a last minute shopper. But if you are, Amazon has come to the rescue. All or most of these can get to your doorstep in a couple days. So if your loved one is an outdoorsman/woman, photographer, tech guru, or grilling lover, here are some suggestions for last minute gifts. Happy holidays!

Gifts for the Outdoorsman / Outdoorswoman 

1

High-Capacity Water Filter System

platypus

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2

Cooler Backpack

HydroFlask

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3

Personal Water Filter

LifeStraw

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4

inReach Mini - Satellite Communicator

Garmin

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5

Inflatable Tent and Pump

LifeStraw

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6

High Country Series 80″ Roof Top Tent

Free Spirit Recreation

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7

Packs Poco AG Plus Child Carrier

Osprey

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For the Techie

8

Smart Portable Wi-Fi Mini Projector

Anker

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9

Slate Gray Watch with Black Band

Garmin

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10

Nomad 20 Solar Panel

Goal Zero

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11

Wireless / Waterproof Portable Bluetooth Speaker

Logitech

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For the Photographer 

12

360 Video Camera

Rylo

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13

Camera Pro Pack

Incase

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14

Tripod

Rangers

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15

Drone

DJI

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Grilling Gifts 

16

Wifi / Bluetooth Precision Cooker

Anova

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17

Meat Thermometer

GoodGrill

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Check out more gift guides to find your perfect gift :

Gifts for Kids, Gifts for Her & Books for Every Woman in Your Life Gift Guide.

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  1. i’m definitely a procrastinator when it comes to buying presents. This list is perfect. Great finds for my family.

  2. Hey David!

    Just a head’s up, that’s a sous vide–not a wireless thermometer. It actually has wires that you have to plug into the wall to work (it operates on electricity). That being said, its AMAZING for cooking meats and veggies and we can’t get enough of ours 🙂 The best part: you can turn it on and off with your phone. It would make an amazing gift.