1. TaylorMade Burner Golf Balls
TaylorMade Burner Golf Balls
Get to work on your long game well into 2012, with a trio of balls constructed from soft 2-piece lothane which helps speed from the tee and maximum carry to deliver that Happy Gilmore-esque start to a round.
2. Isotoner SmarTouch gloves
Isotoner SmarTouch gloves
The end to the problem of outdoor smartphone usage in the nippy Christmas weather. With special conductive material woven into the thumb and index finger on each hand, these gloves let the wearer operate their smartphone unimpeded without exposing their digits to the December cold.
3. Alien Clock
When planning an invasion of Earth, reliable time-keeping is key. This retro Space Invader plays classic pew pew noises from the arcade game and shuffles from side to side to avoid your hand swatting for the snooze button.
Link: I Want One Of Those
4. Angry Birds Plushies
Angry Birds Plushies
Huggable, loveable talking plushies inspired by the world's favourite smartphone game. They're even safe to catapult at real-world buildings - for all the good it'll do you.
5. AppToyz AppWheel
Perfect for the tube, whipping out this giant gaming peripheral for iPhone will ensure that absolutely no-one will want to sit next to you, ever again.
6. Archos Clipper
Packing two gigis of storage as standard, the Archos Clipper is the perfect budget MP3 player for travel or sport. It's also tiny; measuring in at a little bigger than a 50 pence piece. Fortunately, with a price of just £15, losing it down the back of the sofa is not the end of the world.
7. Baladeo Multitool Hammer
Baladeo Multitool Hammer
The industrious Swiss cram all manner of gizmos into their Swiss Army Knives, with one glaring exception: a hammer. Correct this omission with the Baladeo Hammer, which includes all the Swiss Army stapes in the handle of this ferocious looking steel tool.
8. Angry Birds Knock On Wood Game
Angry Birds Knock On Wood Game
Angry Birds makes the jump to 3D - and we're not talking about that rubbish Chinese theme park. With a spring powered catapult and a bunch of rickety wooden (plastic) building blocks, the living room can now become your warzone as the birds continue their never-ending vendetta against the hapless green piggies.
9. Barracuda Torch
The light that never goes out, the Barracuda torch charges via solar panel or with a crank handle, keeping it bright whatever your circumstances.
Link: My Eco Store
10. Proporta BeachBuoy Case
Proporta BeachBuoy Case
A one-stop solution for water proofing your mobile, the BeachBuoy is completely water proof once sealed, keeping your phone safe on a day at the beach (or in the bath).
11. Belkin Knit Sleeve for Kindle
Belkin Knit Sleeve for Kindle
There was never the explosion in third party cases for the Kindle like there was for the Apple iPad, so making your eReader stand out is a tougher task than it could be. This knitted sleeve from Belkin is a sharp alternative to the standard issue leather Amazon case, and is available in a range of colour schemes so you can match it with your bobble hat.
12. Bluelounge Minidock
A simple enough idea: the Bluelounge minidock is basically a plug adaptor with an iPhone connector tacked on. It doesn't play music like a full-sized dock, but it's perfect for anyone constantly tripping over their iDevice cables.
Link: BlueLounge Minidock
13. John Lewis Cardboard Radio
John Lewis Cardboard Radio
This no-frills radio from John Lewis is made from 100% recycled cardboard for extra green credentials. Not one for the bathroom, we think.
Link: John Lewis
14. Angry Birds Tweeters
Angry Birds Tweeters
We've got a lot of love for Angry Birds at T3 Towers, and will display this unashamedly with this new pair of Tweeter earphones. Beats by Who?
15. Case Mate Tut iPhone Case
Case Mate Tut iPhone Case
CaseMate's latest cheeky iPhone 4S case sees your mobile wrapped up like the preserved corpse of the ancient pharoahs. It's an obvious connection, when you think about it.
16. Cassette Notepad
Combining two of our favourite things from the pre-digital era: cassette tapes and notepaper, now in jumbo size! Perfect for jotting down Christmas wants and mixtape playlists alike.
17. Checker Cube
Thankfully not a Rubix cube, this wooden puzzle from John Lewis guarantees hours of challenging block building and something else to do when you're sort of listening to the Queen's speech.
18. Chess Bottle Stoppers
Chess Bottle Stoppers
A devoted oenophile and a keen chess player? These classy bottle stoppers have a tapered cork plug to keep wine from oxidising, and if you open 24 bottles at once lend themselves well to the most disastrous drinking game imaginable.
19. Star Wars Chop Sabres
Star Wars Chop Sabres
The ultimate geek-cessory for any Star Wars-loving foodie, these lightsaber-esque chopsticks come in light-side-blue and dark-side-red. Alternatively, use the forks, Luke (hur hur).
The perfect solution to all those missing album artworks in iTunes, CoverScout analyses your music library and hunts down the right cover art for your collection, doing away with all those ugly, grey "missing artwork" boxes.
21. Genware Chef's Blow Torch
Genware Chef's Blow Torch
A miniature blowtorch for charring the tops of your crème brulées to perfection. One for the spouse rather than the kids, we reckon.
Who needs ill-fitting cases bulking up their super-sleek Apple gizmos when the folks at Easiskins have developed such becoming scratch-proof coverings? Available in a huge range of colours for everything Apple, they're perfect for anyone who wants to keep their iDevice looking out-of-the-box fresh.
23. Electronic Bookmark Dictionary
Electronic Bookmark Dictionary
With a 38,000 word built-in dictionary, this digitally superior bookmark ensures you will lose neither your place nor your pride while poring over particularly flowery prose.
24. Gelli Case
The perfect protection for your digital goods, the Gelli case is available to protect a whole range of gadgets from iPads to Samsung Galaxy S2s, without overly spoiling their super-slim form factors.
Link: Forbidden Planet
25. Fail Whale Mousepad
Fail Whale Mousepad
A familiar sight for any avid Tweeter, Twitter's Fail Whale is now available in mousemat form.
26. Flashing iPod Cable
Flashing iPod Cable
Bid goodbye to the days of tripping over iPod cables in the dark (and flinging your iDevice across the room in the process). This flashing iPod cable is filled with LEDs for easy avoidance at night.
27. Futurama Police Bot
Futurama Police Bot
Good news everyone! Futurama's own robot police force have arrived in our time in toy form. Standing five inches tall, this Policebot will make fine desk decoration for any Futurama fan.
28. Golfer's Doorstop
The last word in door-stopping, golf-swinging action. Does not include club, door.
29. iPhone 4 Bone Horn Stand
iPhone 4 Bone Horn Stand
Tricking your iPhone out to look like the gramophones of old, the Bone Horn Stand requires no external power, working exactly like an ear trumpet for your tunes.
30. Gorillapod Micro250
A top solution for taking timed snaps from dodgy angles, the Gorillapod's three legs can be positioned independent of each other, letting the camera cling to all sorts of uneven surface for the perfect shot.
31. Han Solo in Carbonite Silicone Tray
Han Solo in Carbonite Silicone Tray
The ultimate ice-cube mold for any Star Wars fan, this molded tray will create a frozen-in-carbonite effect with anything from ice to melted chocolate.
32. iLuv 5-way Audio Splitter
iLuv 5-way Audio Splitter
The ideal companion on long journeys, the iLuv five-way splitter allows up to five sets of headphones to play audio from the same headphone jack.
33. iTunes Gift Card
iTunes Gift Card
When nothing else comes to mind, give the gift of music with an iTunes gift card. It's definitely not a cop-out.
34. Lego Bottles
A colourful water bottle with a retro twist, these Lego-topped flasks have un-screwable Legoman heads that appeal to our thirsty inner child.
35. Logitech iPad Joystick
Logitech iPad Joystick
Gaming on the iPad is getting more popular by the day, so it's about time that tech boffins Logitech got down to cranking out some proper gaming peripherals for it. This console-style thumb stick adds an extra level of precision to your mobile gaming, without cluttering up too much of that 9.7-inch display.
36. Parker IM Fountain Pen
Parker IM Fountain Pen
A brushed metal body with gold-plated accents, this is the choice of the gentleman for whom the keyboard and the touchscreen lack the personal touch.
Link: Internet Ink
37. North Face Ultra Mid-Weight Men's Socks
North Face Ultra Mid-Weight Men's Socks
Normally we frown on the practice of socks-for-Christmas, but these offerings from climbing bods North Face are just techy enough to deserve special consideration. They're made for skiers, see? So they've got special moisture-sucking, heat insulating padding, friction-free heels and that all important odour protection for a pong-free day on the slopes.
Link: The North Face
38. Oxo Good Grips Cord Catch
Oxo Good Grips Cord Catch
A tether that attaches to your desk and stops unplugged cables from escaping over the edge of the tabletop. Essential resource for every gageteer's wired technology.
39. Pickmaster Plectrum Punch
Pickmaster Plectrum Punch
Plastic, cardboard, your ex's credit and debit cards - there's nothing that can't be plectrum-ised with the Pickmaster Plectrum Punch! Except for metal, stone, or anything else harder than plastic.
40. Projection Clock
This futuristic bedside timepiece beams the time onto the wall with a laser, for a totally unnecessary and totally cool way of displaying the time.
41. Remote Control Tank
Remote Control Tank
Wage miniaturised war against the cat this Christmas with these ace RC tanks. Four tanks can do battle at once, and each has an infrared beam that logs hits against enemies.
Price: £49.99 (for two)
42. Robot USB Hub
Robot USB Hub
A handy desktop robot companion programmed to serve your every need, so long as what you need is a colourful USB hub for your computer that looks like a robot.
43. Tiny Tim Anglepoise Light
Tiny Tim Anglepoise Light
A fully-adjustable, super-bright LED lamp that makes an ideal late-night reading companion. Can be stood as a desklight, or clipped onto the cover of a book for portable night-time reading.
44. Samsung E1170
A bargain basement budget mobile from Samsung, the E1170 is a perfect first mobile for kids or fuddy-duddies who "just want a phone to make calls"
45. Scosche BoomCAN
A portable speaker for your iPhone delivering serious bass, the BoomCAN measures in at just 2-by-2.5 inches, making it ideal for holidays and home use alike.
Link: My Tech Friends
46. Sennheiser MX365
A sharp pair of budget earphones from Sennheiser that deliver crisp sound in a cheerful range of metallic colours.
47. Joseph Joseph Spaghetti Measurer
Joseph Joseph Spaghetti Measurer
The ultimate solution to the ultimate first-world problem, the Joseph Joseph Spaghetti Measurer has an adjustable iris that measures out servings of spaghetti for one to four people. Unless your spaghetti is extra-long or extra-short, presumably.
48. Splash Pod
A buoyant, water-proof case for protecting valuables while swimming, the Splash Pod is ideally sized to protect cash and credit cards from loss and larcenous fish.
Link: A Place for Everything
49. Bone iPad 2 Horn Amplifier
iPad 2 Horn Amplifier
Another gramophone-like accessory for your iDevices. Like it's iPhone-sized little brother, this Horn amplifier requires no battery power, pumping sound from your iPad's speakers out through its horn for old-school tunes amplification.
50. Windbreaker Automatic Gents Folding Umbrella
Windbreaker Automatic Gents Folding Umbrella
An eight-spoked gent's umbrella with an automatic opening switch, the Windbreaker umbrella is made from rubber and polyester and weighs just 500g.
Link: Brollies Galore