2014 Holiday Gift Guide

SpheroFor The Tech-Toy Collector
Modern technology has brought us so many useful and much-needed gadgets. The Sphero is not one of them, but it is a lot of fun! It’s a small remote-controlled ball operated with a smartphone or tablet device, which users can send flying over obstacles or around the house. Buy it at: Tech Interaction. Main Terminal, Airside F. Price: $99.99

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Book Gift Options
For The Bookworm
For those who still enjoy holding an old-fashioned book made from paper, the airport’s bookstore carries some of the top New York Times best sellers, including Yes Please by former Saturday Night Live actress and comedian Amy Poehler and Wild by Cheryl Strayed. Buy them at: Authors Bookstore. Main Terminal. Price: $28.99 for Yes Please and $15.95 for Wild

 

 

Kiehls Facial FuelFor the Multi-Tasking Man
In this fast-paced world, what man has time to wash and shave his face? Kiehl’s Facial Fuel is both a nice-smelling, gentle cleanser and shave gel, infused with ginseng and bamboo extracts. Works well for ladies’ legs too. Buy it at: Kiehl’s. Airside C. Cost: $19. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Watch Gift OptionsFor the Fashion Conscious
Destination Time has a huge variety of watches ranging in price and style. But one of their most popular are the rose-gold-tone Michael Kors watch with crystals embedded around the clock face. They offer a version for both men and women, making it the perfect his and hers gift. Buy them at: Destination Time. Main Terminal. Cost: $250 (women’s watch) and $275 (men’s).

 

 

 

 

 

 

Armored WalletFor the Security Savvy
Keep your loved one protected from the latest electronic skimming scams and get her this stylish armored wallet, coated in a work of art and small enough to fit in a petite purse or coat pocket. The aluminum case blocks the transmission of your credit and debit card info to a thief with a scanner. Buy it at: Talie. Main Terminal and Airside C. Cost: $9.95.

 

 

Brookstone's Sand BoxFor Out-of-Town Family and Friends
Visiting relatives up north? Consider a gift that brings a little bit of Florida to the chilly and frozen tundra. One option: Brookstone’s Sand Box. The small box of kinetic sand is good for ages 5 and up and is perfect for molding, shaping and building in tremendous detail. Buy it at: Brookstone. Main Terminal. Cost: $19.99

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Starbucks Gift CardFor the Coffee Addict
A Starbucks gift card is pretty straight-forward, but will likely be one of the most used and most appreciated presents you buy. Especially for those who like fancy coffee drinks, such as the peppermint mocha latte, the chestnut praline latte or caramel brulée latte. Buy it at: Starbucks. Main Terminal. Cost: $5 and up.

 

 

 

Airport Play SetFor the Budding Aviation Geek
For the little boys and girls who won’t stop talking about that first plane ride, U.S. Airways has a fix. It’s a play set with a miniature U.S. Airways plane – complete with the new livery design – plus all the accessories, signage and odds and ends you see assisting the plane on the ramp. Buy it at: Airside F gift shop. Cost: $17.

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