Welcome to this month’s roundup of the coolest technology and gadget gifts that we could find for the month of June 2017.

In this round-up, we are going to take you through what we believe to be the best products that we could find for the month, check them out and be sure to suggest some more in the comments.

Nokia 3310

The Nokia 3310 launched in the UK this month and it launched big.

The feature phone is already massively popular selling out of locations and breaking pre-order records at Carphone Warehouse.

That’s despite the spec list, which includes a 2.4-inch colour display, a 2 megapixel rear-facing camera an LED flash light, and no more than 2G connectivity, not even 2.5G.

It does have a month long standard battery life though.


Pick up the Nokia 3310 from Carphone Warehouse

Pick it up from EE instead

Or head over to Vodafone

(if you can find one)


The Beeline smart bike compass

We featured the Beeline here on TechNutty some time ago, it was a successful Kickstarter project that raised over £150K on the platform and is now available for anyone to purchase.

It’s a particularly interesting device because of its unique and modern look at the compass.

Beeline attaches to your handlebars and then points you to the route that you have set in the Beeline smartphone app via an easy to read compass interface.


Pick up the Beeline from Firebox for £99.99


Couchcoaster

Drinking while sitting on the couch/sofa can be hard, you can’t find a place to find it and when you do it falls over and spills your drink all over the place.

Couchcoaster is the answer to that. It’s not extremely technical, however, it’s definitely a cool gadget that works by attaching a band to the arm of your sofa, providing a cup holder for any sofa.


Pick up Couchcoaster from Red5 for £19.99


MimoPowerTube Star Wars V2

If you are fed up of your current power bank because it seems boring then you might be interested in this MimoPowerTube, which allows you to recharge your smartphone, tablet or any other 5V device that charges over USB with a sleek Star Wars-themed design and a 2,600mAh battery capacity.

It is offered with the following designs:

    • Boba Fett
    • Darth Vader’s Lightsaber
    • R2-D2
    • Luke Skywalker’s Lightsaber
    • Darth Vader
    • C-3PO
    • Chewbacca

Pick up the power bank from Geek Core for £19.99


Wallet Ninja

As the name might suggest, Wallet Ninja is a tool that sits in your wallet and provides you with some ninja capabilities on the go.

It has been designed to provide you with a range of unique gadgets from one tool in your wallet, with a total of 16 tools within it that allow you to perform tasks on the go with the correct tools.

It includes 3 screwdrivers, 6 hex head nuts and bolts, a bottle, can, and letter opener, a box cutter, a ruler, a phone stand, and a peeler.

And that’s all in one device that is TSA approved and is made from 1.5mm heat treated steel.


Pick up Wallet Ninja from Geek Core for £7.99


Star Wars BB-8 USB Car Charger

Unfortunately, we could only find this droid on the US-based website ThinkGeek.

Despite that, we had to feature it anyway, due to it being so damn cool.

This is a Star Wars-themed BB-8 USB car charger that looks like the Sphero BB-8 stuffed into a car, pretty awesome right?

It also features a pair of two USB charging ports which can provide 2.1 Amps to charge up to 2 tablets at the same time.

To power that, it plugs into your car’s 12V power adapter or cigarette lighter.

Unfortunately, this is only available in the US & Canada right now as it is a creation and is exclusive to ThinkGeek, let them know if you want it and we are sure they might expand shipping.


Buy from ThinkGeek for $27.99


 

That’s all for this month, however, we are sure there are many more gadgets that are cool and out there. Sadly, as the name suggests, these are all the ones that we found this month.

If you have any suggestions, be sure to let us know about it.

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