Top Practical Gifts and Gift Ideas for Mothers under $100
Updated December 2020
#1 Shiatsu Foot Massager
For mom who is always asking for a foot rub, get her a foot massager so she can enjoy a relaxing foot-spa after a long day of work. Foot massagers take up significant less space than massage chairs.
#2 Retractable Clothesline
Cloth drying racks take up space and is not convenient. Buy your mom a retractable clothesline so she can install and use it indoor or outdoor whenever and wherever she needs. Retractable clothesline appears hidden when not in use.
#3 Wifi Digital Picture Frames
Display hundreds of family photos in one single picture frame. These frames are excellent conversation pieces to share your moments with your friends and family.
#4 Sous Vide Cooker
For mom who loves to cook, get her a sous vide cooker for a perfect beef, fish, or chicken steak every single time. Never worry about over cooking. Moms can let sous vide run on the side while they cook.
#5 Temperature Control Mugs
Moms are busy all the time and their coffee or tea goes cold before they can finish it. Grab this temperature-controlled mug to keep her drinks at the perfect temperature, ready for her whenever she needs it.
#6 Instant Pot
For every mom who cooks at home, she deserves to have an instant pot. It is a pressure cooker, slow cooker, rice cooker, steamer, yogurt maker, food warmer and much more all in one nifty appliance.
#7 Matching Aprons
Your mom would love to spend time with you together in the kitchen. Buy a pair of matching aprons and enjoy cooking and preparing food with her.
#8 Handheld Vacuum
These handheld vacuums are very convenient, portable, easy, and quick to use, especially when you can't reach places that bigger vacuums can't. Perfect for quick cleanups around the house.
#9 Cuisinart Griddler
This griddler is the perfect companion for your mother in the kitchen. Sear and grill any vegetable or meat. Easy to clean and easy to store away.
#10 Polaroid Originals OneStep2
For moms who want to hang pictures of the kids on the fridge, buy them a Polaroid Originals OneStep2 camera so she can capture and display the moments.
#11 Coffee Maker
Is your mom a coffee drinker? Buy her a premium coffee maker so that she can enjoy her morning coffee. Give her a gift that can be part of her daily life.
#12 Leather Gloves
Buy your mother a pair of leather gloves. Protect her hands. These elegant leather gloves have fantastic exterior look and comfortable fleece interior.
For mom who likes to exercise, give her a beautiful and sleek Fitbit to help her stay motivated and live a healthier life.
#14 Handheld Clothes Steamer
Quick and easy to setup. Extremely portable. Moms would love to have one of these in the house to conveniently remove wrinkles from clothes.
#15 Portable Power Battery Bank
For moms who are always on their phones or tablets, get them a battery bank so they will never run out of juice again.
#16 Air Fryer
As delicious as fried food is, it's notoriously unhealthy. Air fryers, which, as the name suggests, do the work of a frier with a minimal amount of oil, provide a healthier alternative. This is a good gift for women who love kitchen gadgets and those who champion a healthy lifestyle.
#17 A White Noise Machine
When babies first arrive, they are soothed by sounds that mimic what they heard in the womb. A white noise machine is a handy gadget that sits in the baby's room and lulls the newborn to sleep. It will also help her get some much-needed shuteye.
#18 Dinnerware Set
If the woman you're buying a gift for loves hosting dinner parties and having friends around to eat, a complete set of matching plates will go down a treat. Go for a style you know she'll like.
#19 Air Purifier
Air quality matters and if you're buying a gift for a woman who lives in the middle of a busy city, you can't go wrong with an air purifier. Make sure the model you choose has a HEPA filter to really get rid of all the nasty bits in the breeze.
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