More Info on Our Gradgets Gifts!

We’ve got gadgets for graduates! If you're stumped about what to buy the graduate in your life, we’ve got you covered! Find out where you buy the items featured on today’s show.

Tylt’s Energi+ Backpack w/ Built-in Battery
The removable 10,400mAh rechargeable Lithium Ion battery provides up to 4 full smartphone charges or 1 full tablet charge. With over 1,450 cubic inches of internal space and 13 total pockets, it's designed to stand up when put on the ground, and it's built with the finest materials available.

Mr. Coffee Smart Optimal Brew 10 Cup Programmable Coffee Maker
Brew a cup from anywhere! Works with your smart device and the free WeMo™ App to schedule or adjust brew time and set up reminders so coffee is fresh and hot whenever you want it.

LG Tone Ultra – Wireless Stereo Headset
Hear every part of a conversation, thanks to noise cancellation and the ability to block out even more ambient sound with just the touch of a button. Play your music when not chatting for an enjoyable, clear audio experience.


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