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Find out all Cheryl Hickey, Rick Campanelli and Roz Weston want for Christmas this year! From luxury gift ideas to stocking stuffers, ET Canada's hosts reveal their
holiday wish lists.
Plus, enter for the chance to win some of these gifts!
ET Canada Senior Entertainment Reporter Roz Weston unveils a few of his favourite things to give and get this holiday season.
For the rebel in your life, this Thomas Sabo unisex bracelet made from blackened 925 Sterling silver with decorative stud-look elements is a work of art. With jewellery I'm pretty picky. What makes one skull ring awesome and another the exact opposite of awesome? What makes one bracelet 'Rock N Roll' and another look like the person wearing it is trying way too hard. Well, Thomas Sabo has you covered. It's affordable, it's awesome and it's jewlery a man can wear. Try their Rebel At Heart collection - this is my favourite bracelet. Simple and cool. | $574
When it comes to buying a retro looking camera you can
wither buy an actual old camera, or you can pick up the Fuji X-F1. It's a pocket
size point and shoot, wrapped in leather with an aluminum body. Not only does
it take wicked pics it's also a conversation starter. Trust me, people will love
this. It comes in three colours, but all I care about is the black one. | $449
I love food. It's my thing. Cooking to me is what calms me down after a 14-hour day. But I also believe that you should be able to taste the fun you had making it. I'm not a neat guy, to me a mess is as a part of cooking, as is burning your fingers. And for that, let me introduce you to the Limited Edition Reindeer Leather Apron! It's part Dexter, part Food Network and ALL awesome! | $840
Do yourself a favour and spring for a SlingBox 500. As someone who travels all over the world and is also lazy when it comes to watching TV - this solves all your problems. It allows you to watch anything on your PVR, in Full HD, from any computer in the house or around the world. Best part is, like other options out there, this doesn't require any monthly fee! | $299
Etsy is a fun site to troll for gifts. Last year I noticed a few high-end shops in New York and Toronto selling old subway and streetcar scrolls as wall art. If you love where you live, love nostalgia but don't want to spend the money on an original scroll - hit up Etsy and get one custom made for the city you live in. This is what I'm asking for this year... Well, if I don't ruin it buy buying it for myself first! | $252
Okay, so I know how I talked about my 'cool meter' and stuff, and I know most of you are gonna question it at this point - but if you live with a nerd who loves food, Star Wars Lightsaber Chopsticks are a must! Trust me. | $49
I don't read a whole ton. Like most people, I just can't find the time to commit to one story, one piece of history or one topic. There's a solution for that! It's called An Incomplete Education: 3,684 Things You should Have Learned But Probably Didn't. Never studied philosophy? Suck at history? Art history? Science? Political science or religion? Ever wondered why people love Citizen Kane so much? It's all in here. 10,000 years worth of knowledge. | $30
When I first saw the Black & Decker Gyro Screwdriver I felt like I was looking into the future! It's a screwdriver that knows what you want to do. Tilt it one way to screw, and the other for reverse. It works with insanely smart Gyroscopic Technology. Oh and once charged, it stays charged for 18 months! | $40
The Fisticup! AKA The Knuckleduster Mug! Don't get me wrong, this falls heavily into the 'gag gift' category - but if you're going to give a 'gag' gift, make it awesome! Make it something that someone can actually use. Oh, and if the coffee mug wasn't enough - it also comes in all chrome and an all glass version for beer. Brass knuckle Beer!?! Are you kidding me!?! | $30
When I first heard about the Dollar Shave Club it was still only in America - but not anymore! Simply put, you pay them a couple bucks a month and they send you all the razors you'll need. It's the kind of idea that you wish you thought of. Oh, and their commercial is amazing! Check it out! $3.50 a month in Canada including shipping.
Most retro, old-timey reproductions are usually a total tacky turn-off. However Restoration Hardware usually gets them bang on! They have fantastic taste and manage to introduce the new with the old in a way that most companies don't. The shining example of that this year is the iPhone and iPad Gramaphone dock station! | $299
Four words: Stainless Steel Ice Cubes! Mad Men meets Bladerunner! Perfect! | $60