Life-Enhancing Holiday Gift Ideas From Tech-Life

Life-Enhancing Holiday Gift Ideas From Tech-Life

The Tech-Life Holiday Gift Guide features popular products designed to make life easier and more enjoyable, the company says.


SAN DIEGO, Calif. – Whether for work, home, or on the go, Tech-Life has life-enhancing holiday gift ideas for that special someone, the company says.

“Giving Tech-Life is the perfect way to turn up, light up and power up the gift-giving holiday season,” said Nick Mazza, CEO of PM Holdings. “Practical, durable and fun, Tech-Life quality is unsurpassed, enhancing life at work, home or play. Check out our holiday gift guide. There is something for everyone, including you.”

The Tech-Life Holiday Gift Guide features popular products designed to make life easier and more enjoyable:

BeatBlock Twins Stereo-Pairing Bluetooth Speakers – Perfect for work, home or outdoor areas, these compact, yet powerful speakers pair together wirelessly to play in stereo. Splash proof, BeatBlock Twins provide 10 watts of high definition sound and a 10-hour battery life.

BeatBlock Bluetooth Speaker – A streamlined wireless sound option, the BeatBlock Bluetooth Speaker gets big sound, anywhere. Ultra-durable, it features a 10-hour rechargeable battery.

Tech-Light – A full revolution in lighting, the inventive Tech-Light has 300 Lumens of light with a strong magnetic base and 360-degree rotating beam. Ideal for work shop environments, Tech-Light has unlimited indoor and outdoor uses and works well in hard-to-light areas.

The GRID – With nine, 110-volt power outlets and four 2.1 amp USB ports, The GRID is an award-winning power-delivery innovation, featuring an enhanced surge protector and three-zone independent power control. It is the ideal one-source solution to manage power delivery to multiple power tools, mobile devices, home entertainment equipment and other electronics.

To learn more about how Tech-Life products can enhance life this holiday season without breaking the bank, visit

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