Welp, you goofed. Once again you lollygagged and dragged your feet and now you’re a few days out from Christmas with nothing for the majority of the people on your list. Before you go knock back a bunch of eggnog to forget your troubles, take a look below. If you’re an Amazon Prime member, you can still get all of these awesome gifts delivered to your door before Santa calls it a year. If you’re not an Amazon Prime member, you can sign up, take advantage, and then assess whether you need it going forward. Either way, you’re still good.

Fire TV with 4K Ultra HD Media Player

Even if they have an old Fire Stick, it’s the perfect time for a new one, as Amazon released the Fire TV with 4K Ultra HD Streaming Media Player recently, and it brings a new level of beauty to their media consumption. With it, they can watch over 500,000 movies and TV episodes from Netflix, Hulu, HBO, and more, along with thousands in stunning 4K Ultra HD. Add in the fact that it boasts 3-D Dolby Atmos audio when connected to the right system and you have an entire entertainment unit in one small device. $55


Red WANDER WARE Enameled Steel Camping Rocks Cup

“Always Be Prepared” is splashed across the front of this rocks cup, which is something they will be should they pack it the next time they’re going camping. That way they can knock back a drink around the campfire without swigging from the bottle. Made of unbreakable enameled steel, there’s no fear this cup will crack should they drop it on a rock while they’re making their way to their tent after a few pours. $10


AmazonBasics Hardside Spinner Luggage

Traveler on your list? A hardshell piece of luggage is one of the best gifts for someone who catches red-eyes on the regular. It keeps all those souvenirs and bottles of beer safe when it gets tossed around. Amazon got in on the game, making these pieces that have everything you need—spinning wheels, telescoping handle, lined interior with divider—in a clean package. $50


Bonvivo Inteca Espresso Maker

Reminiscent of the iconic Bialetti stovetop espresso maker, this Bonvivo option brings a little more pizzazz to the table. In an elegant copper finish, it looks like a timeless piece of kitchen equipment. But it isn’t just for display; it’s one of the simplest ways for an espresso fiend to get their morning pick-me-up. Just fill with water and espresso, boil on the stove, and get a caffeine injection within minutes. No pods or waste. $50


iLoveHandles Plank

The Plank is a simple stylish device that brings a little bit of organization to someone’s life. The little shelf looks like it floats, as there are no support beams or braces visible. Able to hold a phone on top, the Plank is also outfitted with powerful magnets to holster three pairs of keys. It’s some next-level storage for someone’s EDC. $25


Fujifilm Instax Mini 90

This Fujifilm camera will bring a dose of nostalgia to their picture-taking endeavors. The instant camera’s body looks like it was plucked from an old photography magazine, with its silver and black build. With double exposure mode (two images produced on one sheet of film) and bulb mode (allows a light trail to be captured), it’s far more advanced than your old Polaroid. Perfect for anyone who prefers hard copies of their shots. $125


Pendleton Twin Camp Blanket

Pendleton makes blankets that not only perform, but look great in the process. You can still snag one before the holidays and it just happens to be our favorite that the brand makes. The Twin Camp Blanket comes with an attractive leather strap that allows the user to carry it to a campsite with ease. Like all Pendleton gear, the blanket is completely made in the USA and exceedingly handsome. $192


Bose SoundLink Micro Waterproof Bluetooth Speaker

Bose has stood for quality for as long as we’ve been pumping music into our ears. The brand’s latest speaker doesn’t stray from that mantra, as the SoundLink Micro Waterproof Bluetooth Speaker is a tiny workhorse that has unmatched bass for a speaker its size. Perfect for travel, the speaker comes with a tear-resistant strap from transport. And since it’s waterproof, you can use it outdoors when the weather gets nice and you want to enjoy a beer on the deck. $99


Anova Sous Vide Cooker

If you have a foodie on your list you’ll blow their mind with the power of sous vide when you give them this device. Sous vide cooks food low and slow, resulting in some of the most tender, mouth-watering dishes they’ve ever had. We’re talking 48-hour short ribs that fall apart at the sight of a fork. All they need is this Anova device and some patience. It even connects to their phone to offer updates while they’re away from the pot of water. $99


Herschel Supply Co. Little American Backpack

Herschel Supply Co. makes some of the most attractive bags around and they’re a steal at prices that won’t break the bank. One of our favorite silhouettes is the Little America, which is a backpack that boasts buckle straps and numerous colorways. Go simple and smart with an all black version or give them a dose of personality with gray and navy stripes or something wilder. All the options cost unders $100. $85


Ring Wi-Fi Enabled Video Doorbell

Do they have a beach house that guests stay at? Worried about packages that get left on their doorstep? Want to keep tabs on their property? Any of those are a reason to give them Ring, a Wi-Fi connected doorbell that sends video to their smartphone any time someone approaches their door. Available in a few different colors, Ring is the gift of some peace of mind this holiday season. $132


Instant Pot

The Instant Pot has been around for some time but took the world by storm this year, garnering a gushing article in The New York Times about its diverse abilities. Give someone that gift this holiday. It’s a pressure cooker. It’s a saute pan. It’s a yogurt maker. It’s a rice cooker. It will replace about four gadgets currently taking up space in their cabinets. Choose from the 3-Quart, 6-Quart, 6-Quart Plus, or an 8-Quart, depending on the size of the person’s family. $70


Pizza Camp

If you have a pizza lover on your list (aka anyone), help make 2018 the year they start creating their own world-class pies at home. Pizza Camp is the cookbook from Joe Beddia, owner of Pizzeria Beddia in Philadelphia, the pizza joint that Bon Appetit called the best in America. That’s high praise. And when you give this book, their homemade pies will garner high praise as well. $21


iMac Apple Watch Stand

If they’re a long time fan of Apple and wear the Apple Watch on the daily, give them a stand that fits their fanboy level. The iMac Apple Watch Stand from elago looks like a 1998 iMac. When they put their Apple Watch in to charge it up, it looks like a tiny computer from yesterday. Perfect as a stocking stuffer or a Secret Santa, this little stand brings a little novelty to their charging setup. $13


YETI Hopper Portable Cooler

A soft-shell cooler makes lugging around some adult beverages far less cumbersome and awkward. YETI has been the name in soft-shell coolers for some time, and giving the beer lover in your life the Hopper this holiday would be a move that would earn you a ton of points. Perfect for going to beer releases, hauling drinks to a campsite, and bringing food and beverages to the beach once the weather warms, the Hopper is a leakproof, wide-mouth cooler that won’t bang against your legs while you carry it. $199

Brooklinen-CM-IF2-6-25

With their cozy sheets, blankets and candles, Brooklinen has more than taken care of all your needs in the bedroom–now they want to tackle the bathroom as well with their Super Plush Towels. After two years of testing textiles, Brooklinen has made towels that are strong, absorbent and luxuriously plush. With both traditional bath towel and larger bath sheet options–along with the requisite hand towels, washcloths and bath mat–you can deck out your entire bathroom in Brooklinen luxury without breaking the bank.