Today is the last day for you to use Brookstone‘s $5 off $25 coupon. They still have other coupons for $10 off $100, $20 off $200, $50 off $500, and $100 off $1,000. If you want your order delivered for the holidays, you should purchase by 12/19 for ground shipping or 12/22 for 2-day shipping.
PC Magazine recently released several fun lists of holiday products including the 10 wackiest gifts for under $200. With loud police sirens, digital wine chillers and piggy banks, and a silver-plated joystick necklace, this list is sure to draw your interest and amusement.
1. For the Gadget Freak SCOTTEVEST SeV Fleece 4.0 Jacket ($139.99)
Nothing says gadget-freak like the infamous SCOTTEVEST fleece which comes with 12 hidden pockets for your cell phone, pda, MP3 player, and camera. You can also run your headphone wires through hidden piping.
2. For the Heavy Sleeper Snooze Patrol Police Siren Alarm Clock (~$12)
Wake up! Well, if you can’t, try this police siren alarm clock. Between the piercing siren and the flashing blue light, we’re guessing you’d wake up (unless you live in the city, in which case you’re used to these sounds).
3. For the Desperate Housewife Sommelier’s Wine Chiller ($100)
This chiller will keep your wine at a perfect temperature as it comes with a database that will pick the best temperature based on the type of wine.
4. For the Compulsive Liar Truth Machine ($59.98)
This great machine allegedly measures micro tremors in your vocal chords to determine if you’re telling the truth. Sounds like a reach and definitely wacky.
5. For the Cheap Wad Pig E Bank Electronic Bank with LCD Screen ($14.99)
The 21st century kid needs a 21st century piggy bank. Yes, it’s shaped like a pig and has a coin slot, but this one comes with an LCD screen that tracks the total amount of money collected.
6. For the Music Lover Always on the Can Atech iCarta ($99.99)
There are iPod docks for all kinds of situation, so we’re not surprised that someone finally came up with one for your toilet. This dock not only includes a built-in toilet paper holder it also features four moisture-free speakers.
7. For the Farsighted Giant Universal Remote ($39.98)
If you know someone who struggles with the small buttons on a remote control, the Giant Universal Remote features huge buttons that are easy to read and light up when pressed.
9. For the Husband Who Forgets Anniversaries Lumi Pad from Tomy ($49)
If you really don’t want to forget something, write on this battery-powered 14-inch message board. Your message will glow for all to see. It’s a can’t miss.
10. For the Blingin’ Gamer Joystick Necklace ($7.99)
The only thing cooler than bling is geek bling. This one speaks for itself.
Brookstone just released four holiday coupons for $5 off $25, $10 off $100, $20 off $200, $50 off $500, and $100 off $1,000. These coupons expire 12/22 as that is the last day they can still ship the product and have it arrive by Christmas (Next Day Air shipping on 12/22 by 1PM EST). FYI, if you want to ship via Ground, their deadline is 12/19 at Noon EST and for Second Day Air, the deadling is 12/20 at 8AM EST.
Also, Brookstone is offering $50 off their selection of digital photo frames which include a 3.5″ frame for $149, an 8″ frame for $249, and a 10″ frame $349.
One of our favorite gadgeteers, Brookstone, has just sent us several good coupons and other offers. First, are three discount coupons for $10 off $125, $25 off $250, and $75 off $700.
Now we get to the fun stuff. The next items are the kind of items you would only expect from a store like Brookstone. First is a an LED Crank flashlight (of course, with a built in 6-bit screwdriver) for FREE with any purchase of $100. Next, you can get Travel Socks… yes, Travel Socks Free with any order. Since some things aren’t free, how about 20% off a Digital Photo Key chain? This key chain has a 1″ square color screen and 512kb of internal memory to display your photos.
We left the best for last. Get a $50 Brookstone Gift Card with the purchase of the OSIM® iGallop Core and Abs Exerciser. Don’t know anything about the iGallop? See the video at the end of this post.