Your Christmas gift guide: Five of the best for a teenage boy

Meadowhall's Alex Caley picked these five gifts for a teenage boy. Picture Scott Merrylees
Meadowhall's Alex Caley picked these five gifts for a teenage boy. Picture Scott Merrylees
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Stuck for ideas for teenage boy?

Here, Meadowhall’s gift guide expert Alex Caley picks five of the best ideas.

She said: “Sometimes it can seem that buying for a teenage son is all the more expensive than buying for a girl, as they tend to love the teccy, high-end goods that have a hefty price tag attached. But any one of these would make an extra special present.”

More gift ideas from Alex here

SoundLink Mini Bluetooth speaker II, Bose, £169.95.

Alex said: “These are compact and have a great design - perfect for the desk or bedside table.”

FIFA 16 for Xbox, GAME, £41.99.

“This is a classic game that has had another update,” said Alex. “This year, for the first time, it includes women’s teams, which after we came third in the World Cup, has really propelled in status.”

Sky Drone Pro, Red5, £130.

“It can transmit real time video to your smart phone,” said Alex. “It’s by no means cheap, but would make a really special gift.”

BEATS BY DR DRE Solo 2 Headphones, Curry’s/PC World, £134.99.

Alex said: “These are a real statement item. Girls seems to prefer smaller earpieces but boys love these - they are so popular.”

Star Wars BB-8 Robot, Red5, £130.

Alex said: “The BB-8 is one of the new characters, and has been heavily featured in the trailers for the new movie, so there have been incredibly popular. Again, it’s a luxury item, but it’s not just your average droid.”

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