Gift Ideas for the Person Who Loves to Travel

Buying gifts for jetsetters can always be a little tricky. You want to buy them something they are actually going to use, right? So, the best way to do that is to buy them something travel-related. But from airport trinkets to travel adapters, it can be difficult to know where to start. Well, fear not, we’re here to help. We’ve sifted through tons of travel tip websites and product reviews to present our 5 recommended products.

Genius Pack Supercharged Hardside Luggage

There’s something inexplicably satisfying about having solid, reliable luggage. You just feel like a boss when rocking up to the airport with it. So, if you know someone who is looking for a new set to boast about, this two piece from Genius Pack is a great place to start. Not only are these two suitcases available in various colors, they offer tons of clever storage compartments and are easily maneuverable thanks to their spinner wheels. Plus they feature  two external USB ports so you can charge your devices via a powerpack when on the go. How cool is that?

BCOZZY Chin Supporting Travel Pillow

Sure, every traveller has got a neck pillow, right? But most of us are constantly wrestling with making it comfortable, mainly due to the lack of overall support it offers. Well, this pillow from BCOZZY features a rather unique chin support, with either side of the pillow wrapping right around your neck and ultimately stopping your head from bobbing forward when you nod off. But don’t worry, you can still squish this pillow up and use it to sleep on your side, too. And you guessed it, you can get it in a ton of different colors.

Weatherman Travel Umbrella

If you’re travelling somewhere that might require an umbrella, you’ll probably just think “I’ll buy one when I’m there”, right? Well, with the super compact Weatherman Travel Umbrella, you won’t need to – plus this umbrella won’t fall to pieces the second any bad weather hits it. This fold-down, shoot-up umbrella offers solid build quality, fit for fighting wind speeds at up to 45 miles per hour. It also has clever features like reflective edges for added visibility when walking at night, and a bluetooth tracker slot so you can keep track of where your umbrella is – in case you leave it in a cafe somewhere. 

Razer Kishi Mobile Controller

Our phones are ridiculously-sophisticated nowadays, to the point where a lot of gamers are exclusively using their phones to game when travelling. If you know a mobile gamer, then this travel controller from Razer will ensure they stay immersed without any blocking of their gameplay with their thumbs. This controller has been praised for its responsive joysticks and solid build quality. And Razer makes both Android and iPhone versions of this controller, too.

Alleyoop Portable Travel Razors For Women

Grooming sometimes gets a little overlooked when it comes to travel. But it doesn’t have to. This compact bit of gear is great for women who want to keep on top of their shaving game, as it features a rotating tool feature with a razor, moisturizing bar and spray bottle. As well as being satisfyingly-practical, its multifaceted nature helps cut down on other unnecessary accessories. And we love how affordable this little gadget is. 

EPICKA Universal Travel Adapter

Seriously, how many times have you taken the wrong travel adapter with you? Well, this universal adapter ensures that you won’t have that problem. This space-age-looking device can accommodate charging in more than 150 countries, and can charge up to six devices at once. As well as featuring your typical power cord connections, it also has various different USB slots – including USB type C. And, not that it matters, but you can indeed get it in some pretty cool colors. 

Earthabitats Scratch Off World Map Poster 

Maps of this kind are everywhere nowadays, but this one in particular is more extensive than most. As well as giving the ability to scratch off specific countries – revealing cities and states within those countries – it also features flags to scratch off, and waypoint markers so you can remember why you visited each place. We just love that this looks like a proper map, and not just a tacky, inaccurate gimmick.

Sony Alpha ZV-E10

Whether you’re just snapping a few photos, making a home video or vlogging, having a decent camera when travelling is always worthwhile. And this Sony ZV-E10 camera is awesome. Not only does it have unbelievable autofocus and a built-in windjammer to capture accurate audio, but it’s really compact – yet still offers interchangeable lenses. Oh, and did we mention it has a convenient, fully-articulating swivel screen, and it shoots in 4K? 

Riapow Solar Charger

We’ve already spoken about charging your gear when travelling. But if you’re someone who frequently braves the elements when vacationing, you’re going to want a charger that can keep up with you. That’s where this Riapow power bank comes in. Not only does this portable power bank offer up to 8 charges of popular iPhone and Samsung models, but it’s solar powered, offers wireless charging, has a rugged build, a built-in LED light and it can conveniently hang on your backpack.

AeroPress Go Portable Travel Coffee Press

Some of us simply can’t function without our morning coffee fix – and this portable coffee press ensures that you won’t be running on empty. This nifty travel coffee press folds away into itself, so it will fit inside a jacket pocket. And its functionality is simple – you put your coffee grounds in, add water, and press out that sweet, sweet java. It’s really easy to clean too, as it can be completely disassembled. 

So which travel-related gift should you go for? Well, some of these are fairly basic – like the adapter and pillow – whereas some are more advanced – like the rugged charger and mobile controller. So just be sure that you, or whoever you’re buying these for, are actually going to make use of them. If in doubt, a scratch-off travel map is a pretty safe bet. 

Top 5 Best Electric Snow Shovels

Welcome to GetMojo, we do the research so you don’t have to! In this video, we’re offering our picks for the 5 best electric snow shovels on the market.

Although using a shovel to shift snow is easier than using your hands, it’s still not an easy task. So, if you want to simplify things – and save yourself back pain, an electric snow shovel is the way to go. But with so many different models on sale – which one should you buy? Well, to help you decide, we’ve sifted through numerous website and consumer reviews to present our 5 recommended products. Okay, first up.

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The Front Runner: Snow Joe 40-Volt Cordless Snow Shovel

This snow thrower comes highly recommended by a number websites, with its cordless, no-nonsense performance earning praise. When fully charged, this 2-blade paddle auger electric snow shovel boasts a 52 minute run time, with its 13 inch wide and six inch deep clearing capable of throwing snow up to 25 feet. It weighs just 14.5 pounds too, so you should be able to keep shoveling without your arms getting tired. 

The Budget Pick: Greenworks Corded Snow Shovel

If you don’t plan on venturing too far from your house when shoveling – and or you’re shopping on a budget –  then a corded model might be your best bet. This corded electric shovel from Greenworks has a 12-inch clearing and is capable of throwing snow up to 20 feet. Its slightly smaller clearing may pick up less snow, but it actually makes it more manoeuvrable, which is handy if you’re working in tighter spaces. Also, because it’s corded, you’ve got the benefit of unlimited run time. 

The Corded King: Toro Power Shovel

Although on paper this shovel is very similar to the aforementioned Greenworks model – boasting a lot of the same stats – it’s been said to have superior performance and be slightly more user friendly. The Toro brand is arguably more prestigious too, so if you like to buy based on brand solidarity, this could be a great choice. As mentioned, this corded model’s stats are aligned with the slightly more affordable Greenworks model, with a 12-inch clearing and the capability of throwing snow up to 20 feet.

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The Wide One: Earthwise Electric Corded Snow Shovel

If you’re tackling a particularly big area, then you’ll want a wide shovel that can minimize the amount of back and forth you have to do. This 16-inch model from Earthwise does exactly that. With its 16-inch wide and 8-inch deep clearing, it can throw snow up to 30 feet, and shift up to 430 pounds of snow per minute. This model may be corded, but as a result, it’s also one of the most affordable electric snow shovels out there. 

The Heavy Duty Deluxe: Greenworks Pro 20-Inch Cordless Snow Thrower

This isn’t for your average driveway. This Greenworks model boasts a clearing that’s 20-inches wide and 10-inches deep, which makes it ideal for tougher, thicker jobs. It’s also cordless, with its battery providing up to 45 minutes of runtime off a single charge. We also like its 180 degree rotating chute, which allows you to easily direct the flow of the snow being thrown. It’s definitely on the pricier side, but it’s perfect for those who need to tackle expansive, challenging areas. 

So which electric snow shovel should you choose? Well, deciding whether you want a corded or cordless model will help narrow down your options. But the big decider is probably going to be clearing width, with something like the 13-inch Snow Joe model offering the sweet spot in terms of size. 

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Top 5 Electric Razors and Shavers (2020)

Welcome to GetMojo, we do the research so you don’t have to! In this video, we’re offering our picks for the 5 best electric razors and shavers on the market in 2020.

There’s nothing better than a clean shave, right? Of course, to achieve that, you need the right tools. But which one is right for you? Well, to help you decide, we’ve sifted through numerous website and consumer reviews to present our 5 recommended products. Okay, first up.

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The Front Runner: Braun Series 7-790cc

Braun has been a powerhouse in the grooming business for a long time, and the Series 7 790cc model delivers its most consistently comfortable shave. Called “the best electric shaver for most faces” by Wirecutter, this well-rounded model also comes with a nifty cleaning and charging station for added convenience. And for a high-end razor, it’s extremely affordable at $175. 

The Comparable: Philips Norelco S9000 Prestige

Today’s rotary pick, this three-headed Philips model is fit for both wet and dry shaving and can be used for multiple different purposes, including beard, back and head-hair trimming. This $280 razor is quite expensive, but it’s also one of the coolest-looking shavers on the market, with a digital display for convenient readouts. And it offers an hour’s worth of use from a full charge. 

The Budget Option: Andis 17150 Pro 

If you want a simple, uncomplicated, affordable razor that will still do a stand-up job, then this $50 Andis 17150 model, with a lithium ion rechargeable battery, is an excellent choice. Coveted by barbers, this boxy foil shaver offers great battery life, a close shave and multiple different uses. It may not be the most stylish razor out there, but for $50, you can achieve that barber-shop feel every time you shave.

The Heavy-Duty Option: Braun Series 9-9095cc

Another Braun entry for today’s list, the Series 9 is similar to the aforementioned Series 7 in a lot of ways. However, where it differs —  and excels — is power. Ideal for curly and or thick hair, the $350 Series 9 is capable of slicing through thick beards and mops of head hair, as well as delivering an incredibly close shave. It also features an automatic self-cleaning base, and claims to offer up to three days of heavy use from a single charge.

The Delicate One: Manscaped Lawn Mower 3.0 

Some people’s shaving needs are a little more… delicate than others. And for jobs like that, Manscaped offers this updated model of their Lawn Mower shaver, which should still be used with great caution in those sensitive areas. This small, travel-sized trimmer is 100 percent waterproof, claims to be knick-proof, and can be charged via USB for added convenience. It’s also competitively priced at $70, meaning it could make a great secondary addition to a primary beard and head razor.

So which shaving tool should you choose? Well, that depends on if your needs are heavy or light. There are tons of affordable, light-use products out there, but also some pretty extensive, heavy-duty ones too. Just be sure to buy appropriately.

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Top 5 Survival Kit Items (2020)

Welcome to GetMojo, we do the research so you don’t have to! In this video, we’re offering our picks for the 5 best survival kit items on the market in 2020.

Whether you’re going hiking, camping or fishing, it doesn’t hurt to have some emergency survival tools to hand. But what essentials should you pack? Well, we’re here to help you decide. We’ve looked at numerous website and consumer reviews to pick out our 5 recommended products. So, first up.

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The Essential: Leatherman Signal Multi-Tool

Having a multi-tool at hand can be genuinely life-saving in a crisis – and the Leatherman Signal is handier than most. Giving you 19 tools in one – each accessible using only one hand if need be – the $120 Leatherman Signal has a saw, hammer, pliers and, of course, a 2.73-inch blade. There’s even a fire-starting ferro rod and emergency whistle included. Add to that a convenient carabiner clip – and a colossal 25-year warranty – and you have one seriously sophisticated survival tool.

The Purifier: LifeStraw Personal Water Filter

You can brave the elements as much as you want, but sooner or later, you’re going to need a drink. So having a water purification tool is crucial. The $17 LifeStraw Personal Water Filter is capable of making contaminated water drinkable, without using chemicals or purification tablets. According to LifeStraw, it removes 99.9% of waterborne bacteria and protozoan parasites, and filters to 0.2 microns.

The Wayfinder: Eyeskey Multifunctional Military Lensatic Tactical Compass

Traversing landscapes is going to be pretty futile if you don’t know where you’re going. And that’s where a compass comes in. The $26 Eyeskey Tactical Compass is both water and shockproof and is incredibly easy to read. It even has a conversion chart for angle, gradient, and distance on its back. And for added tactical convenience, the compass’ arrow and display glows in the dark, so you can use it at night.

The Firestarter: Swiss Safe 5-in-1

The Leatherman multi-tool we mentioned earlier does feature a firestarter, but having a dedicated tool for the job is highly recommended. This Swiss Safe product may not be much to look at, but each pack comes with two magnesium ferro rods, each capable of delivering 16 thousand strikes. There’s even a compass and whistle built into each rod for good measure. Having the means to make fire – definitely a must!

Before we talk about our last pick, here are a few bonus products for you to check out:

GearLight LED Tactical Flashlight S1000

Swiss Safe Emergency Mylar Thermal Blankets 

PSKOOK Survival Paracord 

The Patch Pack: First Aid Only FAO-442 All-Purpose First Aid Kit

First aid kits can come in various different shapes, sizes and prices. But we’ve gone for a fairly budget – yet surprisingly extensive – pick today. This $17 kit from First Aid Only features a whopping 298 items, stuffed with a wide array of bandages and medicines to help with all sorts of ailments, from cuts to burns and more. And, perhaps most importantly, this kit is extremely portable, able to easily fit inside a coat pocket or bag pouch.

So which survival kit items should you buy? Well, that depends how wild you’re planning on going, and how confident you feel using tools. But you should certainly prioritize your health and wellbeing over fancy gadgets if you do plan on venturing into the unknown.

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Top 5 Best Hunting Knives (2020)

Welcome to GetMojo, we do the research so you don’t have to! In this video, we’re offering our picks for the 5 best hunting knives on the market.

Having a quality hunting knife can mean the difference between a successful and disastrous hunting trip. As always, preparation is key. But what makes one knife different to another? And which knife is right for you? Well, to help you decide, we’ve sifted through numerous website and consumer reviews to present our 5 recommended products. Okay, first up.

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The Front Runner: Buck Knives 119 Special

Just because this is a special edition model – celebrating the 119’s 75th anniversary – doesn’t mean its lacking build quality and effectiveness. Buck makes some exceptional knives, and the 119 Special is no different. This full tang, 6-inch clip blade is made from hard-wearing, corrosion-resistant steel, with cocobolo wood wrapped around the handle. It’s narrow point makes it ideal for piercing and it comes housed in a leather sheath. Many review sites have praised its excellent balance and practical, belt loop-friendly size. 

The Comparable: KA-BAR Becker BK2 Campanion Fixed Blade Knife

If you like to keep your hunting gear to a minimum, then this KA-BAR blade is ideal. Sure, it may be on the heavier side, but its added heft ultimately makes it more versatile, essentially giving you 2 or 3 blades in one that can do everything from splitting wood to finely skinning game. At around 10 and a half inches long, with the blade making up around 5 and a half inches of it, it’s a decent size, but it’s its thick, quarter-inch blade that really makes it domineering when tackling tougher jobs. We also like its hard shell nylon sheath.

The Grippy One: ESEE Knives 5P Fixed Blade Knife

You can talk about blade length and thickness till the cows come home, but for many, the grip and therefore usability of a blade is paramount. That’s where the 5P’s speciality lies. The handle of his blade is wrapped in a Micarta canvas, making it incredibly easy to hold – and keep hold of – even during varying weather conditions. This canvas wrap helps prevent the blade rolling in the hand during heavier use – a very common, and annoying, trait of some knives. Other stats include a 5.25-inch blade, which is made from 1095 carbon steel, meaning it’s easy to sharpen.

The Compact One: Benchmade Hidden Canyon Hunter

Hunting gear can be cumbersome, so the last thing you want to be worrying about is whether you’ve got room for a blade. Well, this super-compact Benchmade knife is ideal for those who want to save as much space as possible. The overall length of this knife is just over 6 inches, with the blade making up just over 2 inches of that. The blade may be small, but its curve compensates for that, so that you can still smoothly and easily skin game.

Before we reveal our last pick, here are a few other great hunting knives we wanted to give a mention:

Buck Knives 124 Frontiersman Fixed Blade Knife

MTech USA Xtreme

Mossy Oak 14-inch Bowie Knife

The Folding Blade: Havalon Piranta Z Folding Blade

Taking the compact blade approach to a whole new level, this foldable blade is ideal if you’re just looking at skinning game, or you want a small secondary knife. The blade of this knife stands at just 2 ¾ inches in length, and due to its razor sharp edge and slim dimensions, it’s perfect for meticulous skinning. This knife even comes with 12 replacement blades in the box, so you can easily swap out dull blades once you’re done with them. On top of that, it’s very affordable. 

So which hunting knife should you choose? A big part of it comes down to choosing between power and precision. And whether you’re capable of handling a knife that offers both. Something like the KA-BAR Becker BK2 is an awesome all-rounder, but a bit on the heavy side. So, if you’ve got smaller hands, or simply want something a bit more manageable, then the Buck Knives 119 Special is a great choice.

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Top 5 Best Bidets (2020)

Welcome to GetMojo, we do the research so you don’t have to! In this video, we’re offering our picks for the 5 best bidets on the market in 2020.

Some may see it as an essential bathroom fitting – whereas others may deem it a luxury. Either way, if you’re going to have a bidet in your bathroom, then you want it to be fit for its purpose, right? Well, we’re here to help you choose the right one for you! We’ve taken a look at numerous website and consumer reviews to give you our 5 recommended products. Okay, first up.

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The Front Runner: Toto C100 Washlet

Sure, it’s expensive, at anywhere from $400 to $600, but it is packed full of clever features. Available in elongated or round seat shapes, the C100 has dual nozzles that oscillate back and forth, an air dryer, an air deodorizer and best of all, tons of adjustability thanks to its easy to reach, and use, control panel. If you like lots of flexibility – or if you’re new to bidets and want something easy to use, then this is a great choice.

The Travel Option: Brondell GoSpa Travel Bidet 

If you simply can’t travel without a bidet – or you just want a covert bidet to store in your bathroom cupboard, at just $15, the Brondell GoSpa Travel Bidet is an excellent option. Capable of holding up to 400ml of water, it’s incredibly simple to use and very easy to store discreetly in a small bag. How do you use it exactly? Well, you fill it up, point, and squeeze. Simple. 

The Deluxe: BioBidet Bliss BB2000

If you like to prioritize comfort just as much as hygiene, then the BB2000 offers brilliant value for money, even at $700. Sure, it has a heated seat and warm air dryer, but it’s the 3-in-1 self-cleaning nozzle that really sets it apart, capable of cleaning itself inside and out after every use. Add to that its LED nightlight – and illuminated remote control – and you have one of the most luxurious bidets on the market. 

The No-Nonsense Option: GenieBidet Elongated

If the idea of an electric bidet puts you off – purely due to the impracticality of trying to find a power outlet – then maybe this $140 non-electric GenieBidet model will interest you. Although it lacks some of the more premium features of some electric models, this GenieBidet model still features dual nozzles, adjustable pressure and temperature controls. And it is super easy to set-up – just screw on the seat, connect a hose and you’re good to go!

The Starter Option: Brondell SimpleSpa Thinline Attachment

If you’re not quite ready to commit to buying a bidet just yet, why not try a bidet attachment first! At just $60, this Brondell model may only feature cold water, but it still offers pressure control. And best of all, it’s super-discreet, being able to fit to your current toilet seat seamlessly. And you won’t have to worry about matching the style of it with the rest of your bathroom either.

So which bidet should you choose? Well, it’s important to remember that there are inexpensive options out there. But if you’re already a fan, then there are some seriously luxurious options too.

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Top 5 Best Juicers (2020)

Welcome to GetMojo, we do the research so you don’t have to! In this video, we’re offering our picks for the 5 best juicers on the market in 2020.

Alongside blenders and food mixers sits the trusty juicer – a particular essential for those who love to stay healthy. But with so many of them on sale, which one should you buy? Well, we’re here to help you decide. We’ve sifted through several different website and consumer reviews to present our 5 recommended products.

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The Front Runner: Breville Juice Fountain Plus

Breville is probably the most popular name in the juicer biz, offering models right across the price spectrum. This $150 Juice Fountain Plus model is a centrifugal juicer, meaning it’s fast and powerful. Offering two speeds, an easy-to-clean set-up, an extra-wide three-inch feeder chute and Breville’s patented Nutri Disc – which helps protect valuable nutrients – it’s ideal for those who want to blast through some fruit and veggies, fast!

The Comparable: Omega Nutrition Center Dual-Stage Slow Speed Masticating Juicer

If you’re not a fan of the froth that speedy centrifugal juicers leave behind, then you might want to try a masticater – with the Omega Nutrition Center being one of the absolute best. Sure, this $300 machine may be slower than centrifugal models, but that deliberation means it retains nutrients better, and can handle things like leafy greens. It can even turn nuts into peanut butter. And, one of its biggest boons, it’s much quieter than centrifugal models.

The Versatile One: Kuvings Whole Slow Juicer

At $600, this juicer is an investment, but those serious about juicing will definitely see its worth. Basically, it can do just about everything. It has two different-sized chute openings for varying sorts of produce, multiple different strainers and a 10-year warranty.  The review gurus at Wirecutter said that this slow juicer “squeezed out luxurious juices that had the brightest flavors of any we tried.”

The Deluxe: Hurom H-AI Platinum Slow Juicer

This $700 slow juicer has been praised for its effective juicing, quietness and user-friendliness. But there are two other key reasons why we have chosen it as our Deluxe pick. Firstly: its aesthetics. Available in various different colors, including a sleek rose-gold, it’s perhaps one of the nicest looking kitchen appliances we’ve ever seen. But its biggest asset is its self-feeding hopper, which allows you to load in whatever fruit and vegetables you want to juice… and then it takes over.

The Budget Option: Hamilton Beach Premium Big Mouth 2 Speed Juice Extractor 

What if you just want a quick does-the-job kinda juicer? Well, that’s where this Hamilton Beach model reigns supreme. At under $100, the 67851 model has two speeds, a large three-inch chute for loading full veggies and fruit, and can pump out 12 ounces of juice in just 30 seconds. It may be loud and less versatile than some other machines, but it’s incredibly affordable, and perfect for those who are starting out on the juicer circuit.

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So which juicer should you choose? Well, be sure to think about what delicious and nutritious juices you’re likely to be creating. If you don’t think you’ll be making peanut butter and sorbet, then maybe opt for a cheaper machine instead.

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Top 5 Best Vacuums (2020)

Welcome to GetMojo, we do the research so you don’t have to! In this video, we’re offering our picks for the 5 best vacuums on the market in 2020.

There are some seriously sophisticated vacuum cleaners on sale nowadays. However, with a greater amount of options to choose from comes greater amounts of confusion. But not to worry, we’re here to help. We’ve searched through website and consumer reviews to present you with our 5 recommended products.

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The Front Runner: Shark Navigator Lift-Away Professional NV356E

Incredibly easy to assemble and featuring Anti-Allergen Complete Seal Technology and a HEPA filter, this $150 model is famed for its ability to lift away from its base and be used to reach difficult places. It also has a super smooth, easy-to-maneuver swivel head, and comes with lots of accessories. TheSpruce.com called it “Powerful, lightweight, and a great value overall.” 11,000 Amazon ratings with an average of 4.3 stars speak volumes.

The Comparable: Dyson Ball Multi Floor 2 

If you’re a stickler for big brands, then maybe this upright Dyson model will grab your attention. Sure, it has lots of similar features to the aforementioned Shark model, including great suction, but its best asset is its super-flexible maneuverability. If you like your vacuum to be able to whip around the house quickly, smoothly — and rather enjoyably —  then the Multi Floor 2 is an intriguing option. We also love its simple one button direct chamber release.

The Wildcard: Eufy RoboVac 30C

No time to vacuum? Then why not try this roughly $280 robo-vacuum! Via a smartphone app, you can set a cleaning schedule for the RoboVac 30C, and even manually control it to target specific areas. It’s fully capable of climbing over ledges between rooms, shuffling onto rugs and stopping itself from tumbling down the stairs. With a 100- minute running time, the RoboVac 30C even makes its way back to its charging dock when the battery is low. Robovac phone home!

The Deluxe: Miele Complete C3 Marin

If you want a vacuum with longevity and deep cleaning capabilities, go for a Miele. The C3 Marin canister vacuum has a high suction power of 1200 watts and yet is, surprisingly, much quieter than a lot of other vacuums. It’s also more expensive – selling around $700 or more. But if you find solace in investing in some solid household products, then going for a Miele is a great way to do it.

The Handheld: Dyson V7 Trigger

If you want a compact, portable, handheld vacuum for the stairs – or maybe exclusively for your car – then the $200 Dyson V7 trigger is a beast of a choice. With lots of different attachments available, and a runtime of about 30 minutes, the V7 is capable of sucking up particles as small as 0.5 microns. So crumbs shouldn’t be a problem! We also love its super easy-to-empty chamber and variable power modes.

So which vacuum should you choose? Well that depends on what kind of surfaces you need it for. Bare floors are pretty simple to tackle. But if you’ve got a lot of thick carpets and rugs, then you’d better be willing to invest.

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Top 5 Best Gaming Chairs (2020)

Welcome to GetMojo, we do the research so you don’t have to! In this video, we’re offering our picks for the 5 best gaming chairs on the market.

There are many ways to get in the zone when gaming – and having the right chair certainly helps. But what makes a gaming chair? And if you’re looking to buy one, which one should you buy? Well, to help you decide, we’ve sifted through numerous website and consumer reviews to present our 5 recommended products.

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The Front Runner: Secretlab Titan Gaming Chair

As far as gaming chairs go, the go-to design tends to be the racing car-inspired bucket seat – and this Secretlab Titan model does it in style. Available in both PU leather and soft weave fabric, this chair offers excellent support all-round and superb build-quality. We also love the fact that it comes accompanied with handy tools to make all the adjustments you’ll need and a memory foam pillow which can be mounted on the headrest.

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The Comparable: noblechairs Epic Gaming Chair

Another racing seat-style gaming chair, this noblechairs model has something the Secretlab chair only imitates – real leather. If you’re after something slightly plusher that will stand the test of time, then this Epic Gaming Chair is a great choice. As well as being easy to recline, by up to 135 degrees in fact, it boasts a breathable cold foam underneath its leather, for added comfort. Be advised however, this chair is on the bigger side, great if you want a chair for long-hours gaming sessions, not so much for a small home office.  

The Fabric One: Corsair T3 Rush 

The majority of gaming chairs tend to come in some form of leather, which is great. However, that makes finding a decent fabric model a little tough. Although the aforementioned Secretlab Titan comes available in a great fabric trim, we’ve chosen this Corsair model as our number one fabric pick. As well as offering tons of adjustment in both the back and armrests – with its armrests in particular offering virtually endless configurations – this Corsair model also tends to be more affordable than the fabric option offered by Secretlab. 

The Deluxe: Vertagear Triigger 350 Special Edition Gaming Chair 

This may look like your average office chair, due to its mesh-heavy design, but it is in fact one of the most sought-after gaming chairs on the market. Just like an ergonomic office chair, this Triigger 350 model is incredibly adjustable, and breathable, thanks to its mesh back and base. However, with its stylish calfskin leather trim, it’s clear that this chair has a bit more to it. Sure, it’s on the pricier side, but TechRadar summarised it by saying that this chair will attract those who “can’t stand to have anything less than the best.”

Before we reveal our final pick, here are a few other great gaming chairs we wanted to give a shout out:

Arozzi Verona Junior Gaming Chair

Vertagear S-Line 4000 Gaming Chair

Corsair T2 Road Warrior Gaming Chair  

The Value Option: GT OMEGA PRO Racing Gaming Chair

Gaming chairs can fluctuate massively when it comes to price – but we like this model because of the excellent value for money it offers. Not only does this chair tick all the important ergonomic boxes, with excellent back support and up to 160 degrees of recline, but it also looks cool, is available in a ton of colours and even comes with a headrest and lumbar support pillow right out of the box. It may only be wrapped in PVC Leather, but it’s a pretty rounded package regardless – so if you’re looking to get bang for your buck, look no further.

So which gaming chair should you choose? Well, as we mentioned, pricing can be a little all over the place when it comes to choosing a gaming throne, and it can be pretty easy to get carried away and spend a lot. Our advice is to look for a reasonably priced model that offers just as much style as it does support – which is why something like the GT OMEGA PRO Racing chair is such a great choice as you get a bit of everything, without breaking the bank.

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Top 5 Best Portable Generators (2020)

Welcome to GetMojo, we do the research so you don’t have to! In this video, we’re offering our picks for the 5 best generators on the market in 2020.

Nobody likes to be left in the dark, be it at home or on your travels. And so a reliable generator can be an absolute essential. But with so many on sale, which one should you buy? Well, we’re here to help you decide. We’ve sifted through website and consumer reviews to present our 5 recommended products. Okay, first up.

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The Front Runner: Honda EU2200i Super Quiet Portable Inverter 

This gas-powered Honda generator may not offer the longest run time, but it stands out in almost every other category. Being impressively quiet and lightweight, it’s a brilliant option for those camping, although it still functions great as an at-home generator. Equipped with a Honda GXR120 engine, it can power everything from circular saw power tools to laptops. It is, however, quite pricey at just over $1,000.

The Comparable: Yamaha EF2000iSv2 Gas Powered Portable Inverter

Going head-to-head with the Honda model is this Yamaha option. This boombox-looking, highly-portable generator has been praised for its easy-to-use controls, quiet operation and ability to run for 10 and a half hours off a full one gallon tank of fuel. Priced at $820, Amazon consumers praised its user-friendliness, and its handy fuel gauge feature.

The Value Option: Champion 3,800-Watt Dual Fuel RV Ready Portable Generator 

This gas-powered generator may be a little bulkier and noisier than the aforementioned models, but at around $600, it offers excellent value for money. Capable of running for nine hours on a full tank of gas, consumers have praised its RV-ready 30A outlet, as well as its convenient household outlets. It also offers a simple push button start, and cold-start tech that means that you can be confident it will fire up even when the temperature drops.

The Powerful One: DuroMax XP12000EH Dual Fuel Portable Generator

In terms of portable generators, this model from DuroMax – nicknamed The Beast – is about as powerful as it gets. Boasting a power output of 12,000 starting watts and 9,500 continuous watts, it’s capable of powering multiple major devices at once, with ease – from air conditioning units to televisions. Priced at a hefty $1,300, it’s capable of running on gas or propane, with a 20 pound propane tank capable of sustaining 50 percent power output for up to 20 hours.

The Battery-Powered One: Goal Zero Yeti 1000 Lithium Portable Power Station

If the idea of having to refill a gas-powered generator puts you off, then why not try a battery-powered one? This silent Goal Zero unit is rather expensive at $1,200, but it’s very versatile. While it does offer enough power to keep something like a refrigerator running, it’s perhaps best suited to powering smaller devices like laptops and phones – and it can do so for days on end. Taking 18 hours to fully charge, it’s also compatible with solar panels.

So which generator should you choose? Well, the real question is, what do you need it for? If you’re looking for a camping generator, then you’ll likely want something that’s quiet and compact. If you want one for your home, then power is probably going to be paramount.

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