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The Gift Of Quality Time: Gifts that will make a difference this Valentine’s Day

The Gift Of Quality Time: Gifts that will make a difference this Valentine's Day

Roses are red but you know what’s nicer? According to experts, spending quality time with your partner. Relationships Australia say that spending time alone and enjoying shared are more important than one-off grand gestures. Here we have put together a list of gadgets that will go the distance, long after Valentine’s Day has passed.

V Fitness Activity Monitor:
Valentines Day couples fitness tracker.
V-Fitness Activity Monitor, RRP $69.95, available at BIG W.

Have you and your partner got a little “too” comfortable? Poor body image and health can negatively impact your relationship, however breaking unhealthy habits can be hard to do on your own. Buddy up with an activity monitor each. Together you can track and compare steps and calories burnt, as well as monitoring your heart rate and sleep cycle. After all, there’s no aphrodisiac like looking good and feeling better. And a little healthy competition never fails to spice things up.

EcoVacs Robotics Deeboot 900:
Give the gift of a clean home this Valentines day.
Ecovacs Robotics Deebot 900, RRP $799, Available at Appliances Online.

Anyone who lives with their partner will attest to the romance-killing properties of arguments about vacuuming. The EcoVacs Robotic Deebot 900 might look and sound like R2D2 but it’s one member of the household you wont have to negotiate with. The at home cleaner provides a range of customisable cleaning solutions, including remotely scheduled cleaning and targeted spot cleaning. Whats more, it is compatible with Google Home and Amazon Alexa. Hey presto! More time for you and your partner to Netflix and Chill.

Rega Planar 1 Plus:
Smooth Tunes for Valentines Day
Rega Planar 1 Plus, RRP $699, available at Synergy Audio Visual.

Couples who play together stay together. Perfect for vinyl lovers and music aficionados the Rega Planar 1 Plus can be easily hooked up to speakers. Inject some old school romance into a shared meal by pouring yourselves a glass of red and sharing the details of your day as you relax with some seriously smooth tunes.

Equally, check out Audiofly headphones seen in the hero shot.

Audiofly Headphones Review: Australian Made And Blue Tooth Enabled

Ruby Feneley

Written by Ruby Feneley

Ruby Feneley is a lifestyle writer who has worked across fashion, health, beauty and technology. After graduating as an English major from the University of Sydney Ruby spent a year working in fashion and copywriting in New York before relocating to Sydney where she began her career as a lifestyle journalist. Ruby has brought Women Love Tech readers news on Ted X Youth, Womanizer and We-Vibes new pleasure-tech, revolutions in skincare technology and the best apps for the beauty obsessed. Ruby has also covered the rise of apps in our personal lives, whether dating, networking or mental health.
Ruby is always interested in the way technology continues to shape our lives – and how it can improve yours.
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