Who wouldn’t get excited by Diwali, the idea of lights, sweets and gifts, will brighten up the dullest of moments. Now that gets me thinking as to what I’d be considering to buy for my near and dear ones. Certainly dry fruit boxes and chocolates are out of the options. I usually consider something that lasts long as gifts. And, gift vouchers are out of question as well! Since, there is no personal touch to it and the fact that somebody has to go out to pick their own gift, is a little too uncomfortable. As the whole Idea of gifting loses it’s essence, a gift is meant to be from your heart, at the sight of which brings a smile on your loved ones face.
The first option that comes to my mind is a watch, since they last long and have a personal touch to them. The style and design that will suit some one depends on their likes, so it makes it all the more special to get a watch that they will like and will cherish it all their life. The longevity of a watch is rather long compared to that of any other item.
The next option would be a phone, a budget one with great features and one that would last long. There is one such phone that comes to my mind, the Coolpad Note 5 that is priced at INR 10,999 /- with features like an 8MP front camera that takes amazing night selfies, a 13MP rear camera. Also a dual sim phone, with a 32GB Memory that allows you to store all those favourite songs of yours to listen to them on the go, a fingerprint reader to make sure only you can unlock the phone, an all metal royal gold body with a 2.5D Touch Screen, a 4GB RAM and a 1.5Ghz octa-core processor that is powerful enough to multi-task and get things done on the phone without an apparent lag. Including Sensors on the phone such as, the ambient light sensor, accelerometer and the proximity sensor. The 4010mAh battery ensures that your phone lasts all day long, with an added feature of optimised CPU and GPU utilisation, all in all it sure is a beast of a phone at a pocket friendly price. Perfect option for the gifting season as well. What are your options this time around for Diwali gifting?