Believe it or not, you don’t always have to spend big to impress your loved ones at Christmas.
These days, tech is so cheap you can get some pretty nifty gizmos for under £20.
Don’t believe us? Scroll down and check it out for yourself.
Here’s our roundup of the best bargain techy stocking fillers and cheap gadgets for under £20.
But be careful: with prices like this, you might ending up buying a few sneaky gadgets for yourself.
£19.99 at Firebox
£16.95 at Prezzybox
The Smartphone Magnifier is a perfect gift for the retro lovers out there.
Video returns to its primitive retro roots with this clunky box and faux-wood exterior, warped nostalgic 8″ screen, and no remote control.
Get Netflix on the go, slide it into the back and sit back and watch as your TV shows are transformed into blown-up vintage masterpieces.
£6.99 at Iwantoneofthose
Selfies sticks are SO 2014. Enter the Selfie remote; the easier and much more lazy way to take narcissistic snaps of yourself on your inevitable journey of egomania.
No more tired arms or looking like you’re about to go golfing, the SelfieMe is both a keyring and Bluetooth button in one and is easy to take with you on the go.
It even comes with a handy stand for your smartphone, so you can position the phone, stand back and snap away. Perfect for the vain and lazy among us.
£15 at Google
Although essentially it is literally a piece of cardboard, the Google VR headset, aptly named “Google Cardboard” offers some pretty neat visual experiences considering.
Step into stunning environments that stretch all around you. No matter where you look, it’s as if you’re really there. All by just slotting your phone into a £15 box.
It works with any device with screen sizes from 4 to 6 inches, too, so not limited to the type of phone you have.
Great for those wanting escape annoying family members at Christmas time without having to muster the energy to leave the room.
Cheerson mini drone
£11 at Amazon
Is the receiver of your gift dying to fly a drone, but you don’t have hundreds of pounds to spare.
Look no further than the Cheerson mini drone , a tiny version of the more popular devices that have been causing a ruckus in British skies of late.
Light, durable air frame which prolongs flight time effectively, this mini drone costs just over a tenner and has a flight time of 8 minutes.
It features 3 level of adjustable speed., flashing LED lights for night flight and a 6-axis design, which makes the gyroscope adjustable, promoting flying stability.
Griffin Survivor Clear iPhone 7 case
£19.99 at Griffin
The Griffin Survivor Clear is a case that doesn’t look like a case.
With see-through drop-protection in an ultra-thin casing that lets your iPhone 7 shine through, the Survivor Clear is one of our slimmest Griffin iPhone cases ever, and has been designed with Military Standard 810G protection to save your beloved Apple handset from falls up to 1.2 metres high.
£15.oo from Carphone Warehouse
While frantically ransacking your stocking to find yourself holding a plug might not be the most exciting way to spend your Christmas morning, at least this plug is one with a difference.
The Mu Classic is the world’s smallest 3-pin plug which unfolds to full size offer USB charging ports to be used with a range of gadgets such as smartphones and tablets.
Let’s face it, it’s a damn sight more useful better than a pair of socks.
£6.99 at Firebox
Sellotaping your iPad to the ceiling didn’t go well? Don’t worry, there’s more effective ways around – what we can imagine – is a very popular predicament. And all without a single magnet, velcro strip, or sticky adhesive in sight.
Thanks to the revolutionary polymer compound that its made from, the Grip Strip’s silicone material grips everything from tablets to Sat Navs.
Just slap it on your dashboard, desk or wall and place your items on top.
As if by magic, your possessions will defy the forces of nature and be held in place.