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10 Websites That Will Help You Do Your Christmas Shopping
It’s almost Christmas time again! That means lights, the hope of snow and presents. With so many options to choose from it’s a wonder why finding the right gift for our loved ones can be so tricky. Here, Johnny Webber shares 10 websites that can help you find the perfect present for anyone:It’s almost Christmas time again! That means lights, the hope of snow and presents. With so many options to choose from it’s a wonder why finding the right gift for our loved ones can be so tricky. Here, Johnny Webber shares 10 websites that can help you find the perfect present for anyone:
It’s November, and Christmas is right around the corner. Luckily, I’m here to help you get your shopping done early, and there is no need to even leave your couch.
Here are ten websites that aggregate useful, funny, and amazing products just waiting to be bought (Disclaimer: most of these websites run off of Amazon affiliate links, not that that affects your price in any way):
Every crazy, absurd, and hilarious product the web has to offer can be found at tiwib.com. Find thousands of novelty and gimmick items here.
Uncrate is the leading buyer’s guide for men. With over 9,000 items covered and more than 1.5 million monthly readers, Uncrate is widely known for digging up the best of the best men’s products.
Gear Patrol is a gathering place for guys hell bent on making the most of their time on planet Earth in the 21st century.
Stuffofmen.com happens to be one of my websites. It’s a place to find stuff for manly men. If Batman would use it, or Bond would wear it, it belongs here.
If you are a visual learner, then this is the site for you. Insert the name of a product you can find on Amazon, then up pops a web of similar products.
So what the hell happens after all those Kickstarter projects get funded? They get archived at outgrow.me so you know where to find them.
These two are sibling sites, so I’m counting them as one. They are also two sites that stress quality above everything else. While thewirecutter.com focuses on the electronic side, thesweethome.com focuses on home life.
Scroll.am allows you to browse Amazon in an easier and more appealing way. Just click a category, and scroll through a Pinterest-like grid.
This is a site dedicated to finding products that will last a really really long time. There isn’t much stuff on there right now, hopefully a traffic bump for the site will change that. For more stuff that will last your a long time, check out reddit.com/r/buyitforlife.
You can look at any of the websites above to find a great gift, or you can skip the middleman and go straight to Amazon. Here you can find the best sellers list, the top rated products, the movers and shakers, and the most wished for items.
10 Websites to Help You With Your Christmas Shopping | Johnny Webber
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