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Heather! are you a professional gift buyer or something? I am a fan of your ideas — @blam
It won't be! Sorry. If you email me I can ask the writer, though. blam @ the wirecutter
heather you are awesome at this
great question! I recommend what heather said, but also check http://photojojo.com and our list of camera/computer bags.
Agree on Belkin WeMo and ifttt.com!
If he likes to ride in the winter, you can't go wrong with anything from Smartwool. The socks are warm without being bulky and they breathe well. I love the balaclava for under the helmet — nothing beats it for the warmth to bulk ratio. http://www.smartwool.com/balaclava-1.ht…
Good morning/afternoon Lauren! What kind of cyclist is your father? Road? commuter? long distance race? mountain biker? Does he already have everything and is he very particular about his gear? If so, have you considered whether or not its better to avoid getting him something that is something he'd rather choose…
Time is a factor. If you've got a 3 hour window to heat a room, an oil filled radiator is slow to heat, so its best to just keep it on a steady burn rather than expect it to heat instantly when you start feeling cold.
many we tested were driven by fans, too.
some are driven by fans!
Be aware that different heaters in our test used different designs. Some were micathermic, and some used fans. So versus fan driven models, radiators were not also using juice to spin motors, so oil filled models were, in effect, more energy efficient than non oil filled versions. Not only in theory, but as tested and…