Gear Diary’s 2018 Mother’s Day Gift Guide

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ADIDAS Originals iPhone Cases

Gear Diary's 2018 Mother's Day Gift Guide

Vacation is a state of mine, and if mom has an ADIDAS Originals iPhone case on hers, she won’t be able to help but crack a smile when she sees the bright colors and festive designs her iPhone now sports. ADIDAS cases are protective and cute, and at just $25 – $30, they are affordable, too.

Plugable Technologies 3-Port 36W USB Smart Charger for Car and Truck Cup Holders

Gear Diary's 2018 Mother's Day Gift Guide

A thoughtful gift doesn’t need to be expensive! the Plugable Technologies 3-Port 36W USB cup holder charger can fit into the cup holder in mom’s car or truck — it gives mom three high-speed charging ports and a slot to stick her phone while driving — and it costs just $17.99. The cup holder charger is perfect for older vehicles that don’t have built-in USB ports, and it’s a great way for everyone in the car to stay topped off.

Soundcore Mini 2 Bluetooth speaker

Gear Diary's 2018 Mother's Day Gift Guide

It turns out that, Anker, a company known for their excellent wireless charging products, also makes really great yet super affordable audio products. Their Soundcore Mini 2 is a pocket-size speaker that packs an incredible punch. So much so, that we were blown away by how loud this little guy gets without getting distorted. It’s also waterproof. You can pick it up on Amazon for just $34.99.

Amazon Echo Spot

Gear Diary's 2018 Mother's Day Gift Guide

The Amazon Echo Spot is our favorite Echo to date. That is because it’s compact enough to tuck away just about anywhere, yet it still packs in a convenient display for glancing at your to-do lists, the weather, looking at baby monitors, and more. You can pick up the Eco Sot for $129.99 on Amazon.

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Judie Lipsett Stanford
Editor in Chief of Gear Diary, Secular Humanist, techie, foodie, hoarder of Kindle eBooks, lover of live music, and collector of passport stamps.