Kids and Teenagers

Teens and Betweens

Sometimes the hardest to please, teens and tweens are sure to love these gifts.

SAVE (Gifts under $25)

I Grobot – $12.50 – Add some actual greens to your kid of any age’s room. Easy to take care of, this “Grobot” comes with a mission: “green life for humans.”

Trug Tubs – $16.95 – Cleaning their room might be easier if they have more places to toss their stuff. These bins are made from recycled polyethylene used in tire manufacture and are EXTREMELY durable.

Media Pocket – $19.00 – Designed to fit the iPhone, iPod, and other smaller PDAs, phones, and media players, this pouch is made with gray industrial wool felt made from factory excess (85% wool and 15% mixed fibers).

SPEND (Gifts from $25 to $100)

SIGG 1.5L – $29.99 – This extra large SIGG is perfect for students and encourages re-filling (and not land-filling).

JouJou Pendant – $69.99 – These pendant necklaces are made from deconstructed shampoo bottles.

SPLURGE (Gifts over $100)

The ‘Nomad’ Bicycle Trunk Bag – $129.95 – This solar trunk bag that mounts to a standard rear bicycle rack charges your cell phone and more while you ride.

Citizen Folding Bike with Steel Frame – $194.00 – Bikes not only save you gas money, but also encourage exercise and being green. Citizen bikes fold up — making them easy to store and transport.

Penguin Sparkling Water & Soda Machine – $239.99 – The average American drinks 24.6 more gallons of soda and sparkling water than bottled water each year! If you’ve got a soda drinker, this product will help reduce all those bottles and cans.

MacBook – $999 and up – New MacBooks are greener than ever. Every new Macbook is built using recyclable materials, is free of many harmful substances and use reduced packaging.

Need more ideas? Check out our list from last year.

Posted in Holiday Gift Guide by Rhaya on November 28, 2008 | Permalink | 3 Comments

3 thoughts on “Kids and Teenagers

  1. Suzanne L. says:

    I couldn’t find Trug Tubs from your link. Is that what you’re talking about?

  2. Suzanne L. says:

    Black ones there too – look more like tires. ;)

  3. Rhaya says:

    Thanks Suzanne. You are right… I had the wrong link. I added in the correct link now — if you live in the Indy area, they are at Celery Street.

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