Remote workers gift guide by Edoc Service

Take a look at these 21 memorable gift ideas for the remote worker. 

1. iPhone Dock Natural

Here’s a wood-paneled phone dock that turns your touchscreen into a clock face while charging it at the same time.

2. Flex Lightning Cable

These Apple-certified cables turn a vanilla cord into a vibrant one.

3. PowerTraveller Solar Monkey

The Powertraveller Solarmonkey two-panel solar charger keeps your devices charged through solar panels. It’s a lightweight (and all-around neat) gift for the outdoor adventurer or just the busy traveler.

4. Amazon Prime Membership

With two-day shipping on most items, and access to millions of songs, Amazon Prime is quite possibly the perfect gift for the savvy online shopper. Prime Instant Video is another benefit, as well as photo storage in Amazon’s Cloud Drive and the Kindle Owners’ Lending Library.

5. Google Chromecast

Interested in instantly casting anything from the web on your computer screen, to your TV screen? It’s possible with Chromecast. Whether it’s Netflix, YouTube or Google Play, there’s lots of media you can enjoy all thanks to this $35 digital media player.

6. Crumped Paperweight

Based on the work of Hungarian artist, Tibor Kalman, here’s a quirky paper weight for the office.

7. Wireless iPhone Photo Printer

Printing right from your phone is now possible: wirelessly connect your printer to your phone, and then press print. 

8. Solar Window Charger by XD Design

Use the power of the sun for a different way to charge your device.

9. Evernote Triangle Commuter Bag

What makes this bag unique is its design: it can sit upright, you can see all contents inside, and it won’t tip over.

10. Slip Watch Stainless Black

Remote workers are well aware of staying productive, and the need to be time conscious. This watch’s face is rotated 20 degrees, the right angle for you to glance at the time without having to tilt your wrist or stretch your neck.

11. Evernote Edition Fine Point Stylus 

Optimized for Evernote and Penultimate, this is a true, fine-point stylus.

12. Audible

Audible has more than 150,000 titles to choose from, so you can enjoy audiobooks at any time…any place.

13. The North Face E-Tip Glove

Here’s a glove with thumb and index fingers that still let you type on your phone or tablet.

14. Dry Erase Weekly White Board

This calendar-meets-dry-erase board will help any remote worker stay on top of all ongoing projects and deadlines.

15. Moleskine City Notebook – London (or Your City of Choice)

Remote workers are fortunate to have the ability to travel. Grab a city notebook and fill it with restaurants, friends, notes you want to remember, or tourist sites you want to see. The Key Map that’s included in the city book shows a layout of the city as well as maps of applicable metro systems.

16. Basecamp Stickers

Remote work/lifestyle advocate, or just a Basecamp advocate, these stickers can help you support the cause.

17. All In: How the Best Managers Create a Culture of Belief and Drive Big Results by Adrian Gostick and Chester Elton

Adrian Gostick and Chester Elton tell the story of how you can get your team to fully buy-in to your company’s mission—on their own. Backed by science, it’s a worthwhile read for small and large companies alike.

18. To Do Weekly Notepad

Whether used as a travel planner or just your day-to-day calendar, here’s an eco-friendly notepad that is easy on the eyes.

19. Cordies Executive Holder

Keep your phone, e-reader, and all your various cables in place on your desk.

20. SuperTooth Buddy Bluetooth

Now, talking on the phone can be done hands-free. This Bluetooth is easy-to-use, charges quickly, and it is much more affordable than a system that’s built in to your car.

21. Kuzy Silicone Keyboard Skin

From spills, to normal wear, protect your computer with keyboard skin. This skin helps for easier (and quicker!) typing, and it’s simple to apply and remove.

This blog was written by Kim Sykes
Kim Sykes

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Kim Sykes is a marketer and content creator at Edoc Service, Inc., a total virtual company.