New Valentine's Day Gifts and Gadgets

Share Article release a selection of gadgets and gifts for this coming Valentine's Day.

For centuries, people have celebrated Valentine's Day. Originating from an ancient Roman feast, it was associated with a Roman Catholic feast day on February 14th to honor two Roman martyrs called St. Valentine. In modern times, this date has been transformed, and consists of giving gifts to loved ones, to help you arrange the perfect Valentine's Day.

Crazyaboutgadgets are offering some unique and quirky Valentine's related gifts to their quirky and unusual gift selection, some include:

Roses have become a popular Valentine's gift and this year they're available in a sweet scent of rose. Crazyaboutgadgets offer 100 sumptuously scented red rose petals which will no doubt leave your other half like putty in your hands

In addition to roses, Crazyaboutgadgets offer the Love Heart retro sweet. Displayed in a gift box, the Sterling silver replica of the favourite classic sweet is guaranteed to break the ice this Valentines day and score some brownie points. And because it's made of silver you won't be tempted to have a nibble if you're feeling a bit puckish.

Traditionally, rubber ducks have been yellow and made of rubber, but with a bit of thought and advances in technology they're now available in a Lovers' version. Yes, the Lover duck is a unique rubber duck carefully decorated in hearts and cupids' arrows, best of all, the water activated LEDs' mean it'll glow for 45 hours.

Originally made in 1938 by Rowntrees in York, Rolos are a brand of chocolates with chocolate coated caramel centres, and for years advertised with the slogan 'Do you love anyone enough to give them your last rolo?' There have now been Rolo cookies, ice-cream, muffins, mini Rolos, big Rolos, and Easter eggs, but now it's possible to find a solid silver rolo and a gold plated version of the caramel covered chocolate. If thought the silver love heart was unique, wait till you see the silver and gold rolos'.


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