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High-end techs come and go, but some gadgets are worth the recognition…and the silver.

Tech Gadgets Worth the Extra Bucks

There is nothing more satisfying than bucks well spent when it comes to purchases, especially those that could actually improve the quality of life. Below are pricey tech gadgets that are worth the splurge:

Koble Carl Smart Side Table

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Just when you thought side tables had reached their limitations, this may change your mind. Stylish and sleek- this smart side table takes the center and does more than an area to place your other stuff.

Koble Carl Smart Side Table features a contemporary Mediterranean design with crystal glass and solid wood frame and legs. The surface has touch-sensitive controls for the hidden premium Bluetooth speakers and has integrated fast wireless charging technology. It is fused with two USB charging ports where you can connect any device. What’s more, it only requires a single plug to charge up to three devices at a time.

Available at a discounted price at Koble for £175.00 ($207)

Garmin Fenix 6S Sapphire Runners Watch

The Garmin Fenix 6S SGPS Watch provides the features of the earlier Fenix series plus more. It is a stylish running watch designed for small wristed runners or triathletes. Presenting a scratch-resistant sapphire lens and bezel made with stainless steel, Fenix 6S watch thrives in harsh conditions and is perfect for multi athletes. Its GPS can record everything from open water swimming, triathlon, and weights, to skiing and golf. Fenix 6S Sapphire has a 25-hour GPS mode battery life without music and 50 hours in maximum battery mode.

Other features include:

  • Wrist-based heart rate and Pulse Ox sensors
  • Preloaded ski maps for 2,000 resorts around the world
  • Storage of up to 2,000 songs or access preloaded streaming apps.
  • Incident detection features that allow you to send your location to three emergency contacts.
  • PacePro™ grade-adjusted pace guidance to stay on pace despite hills
  • Training Effect measures the aerobic effect of exercise
  • Improved Elevate™ wrist-based heart rate sensor

Available at Garmin for £699.99 ($826)

MacBook Pro 16 Laptop

Released in 2019, MacBook Pro 16 Laptop is the most powerful notebook Apple has ever made. This beast gadget features 16-inch Retina display, 64 GB of memory (starting from 16 GB), powerful speaker audio, up to 8-core Core i9 processor, 8GB of video RAM and 512GB of SSD storage that can be configured to 8TB of storage, and the cherry on top, improved Magic Keyboard that carries 1mm of travel. With better display, high-speed performance, high storage capacity, and a more comfortable keyboard, MacBook Pro 16 is definitely worth the cash.

Available at Apple for $2,799.00

Silentmode Powermask

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Silentmode Powermask takes wellness into a whole new level. This mask is specially curated for those who would like to spend a few extra bucks for help in managing stress and boosting productivity. It is marketed more as a sensory deprivation mask for napping, rather than a sleep mask. During nap or meditation, Silentmode Mask effectively blocks out light and uses passive noise isolation through music. It features Breathonics app and ‘sleep soundscapes’ that let users experience breathing workouts, evidence-based beats, and blackout experiences to “train your nervous system anywhere, anytime.”

Available at Silentmode for $179.00

iRobot Roomba i7+

Speaking of price-worthy and practical, iRobot Roomba i7+ takes vacuum cleaning to a more convenient level. This robot vacuums and automatically empties messes into an AllergenLock™ bag that holds 60 days of dirt, dust, and hair. It can distinguish the kitchen area from the living room area through the iRobot Home App. Aside from that, this iRobot vacuum can be used hands-free with Alexa and Google Assistant. With iRobot Roomba i7+, you can schedule and monitor cleaning activity and view cleaning history.

Available at iRobot for $499.99

Ninestars CB-DZT-50-13/12-13 Touchless Infrared Motion Sensor Trash Can

Ninestars CB-DZT-50-13/12-13 Automatic Touchless Infrared Motion Sensor Trash Can Combo Set may be a worthy (and hygienic!) addition to your tech gadgets. Because this trash bin is hands-free, it opens with a wave of the hand through motion sensors. Features include the advanced infrared technology that preserves battery life and prevents moisture or spills from damage. It also has a removable ring liner that holds the trash bag in place and seals odor in and eliminates germ contamination.

Available at Ninestars for $99.95

Some gizmos are worth it, and some simply aren’t. If you’ve got the jack, these gadgets could be great expenditure for a more convenient and luxe lifestyle.

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