Garmin’s Vivosmart 4 tracks heart and oxygen levels throughout the day and while you sleep, monitors stress levels and movement, and helps you adjust your body’s energy reserves. You can swim with it, the battery lasts for a week without charging, plus the thing just looks great on your wrist. About PGK500; buy.garmin.com.
What to get the wanderer in your life who has everything? A bespoke personalised leather notebook from UK company Atlas & I, of course. Each leather notebook is hand-stitched and printed with a customised vintage map (most are from the 19th century) from anywhere in the world, and can be refilled with fresh pages of Italian paper for each trip. From about PGK354;
How to make a beer lover happy? Buy them beer. How to make them ecstatic? Put that beer in a dashing mini keg. Designed in Portland, Oregon, this Ukeg 64 Growler from Growler Werks will keep beer fresh and fizzy for weeks, and stay cold all day. From about PGK506; growlerwerks.com.
Proof that robots really might start taking over the world, Amazon’s Echo Plus speaker invites you to talk to its digital assistant, Alexa, who plays music or podcasts on demand, calls your friends and family, provides information on the weather and the news, and will even turn your lights on for you. For those just wanting a great speaker to play music on, it also has excellent deep bass and full sound. About PGK527;
FujiFilm’s Instax Square SQ6 camera is compact enough to take anywhere and has a battery that lasts for up to 300 photos. It has a timer and selfie mode, making it great for solo journeys or group trips, and has functions like automatic exposure control and macro mode to make sure images are top quality. Three flash colour filters are included. About PGK457; jbhifi.com.au.