This innovative iceless cold and compression therapy wrap from Arctic Ease is the perfect gift for any college kid with an active life, from varsity athletes (Arctic Ease is an official IRONMAN partner) to casual exercisers and students dealing with everyday aches and pains. Arctic Ease instant cold wraps provide relief from pain and swelling without the inconvenience and discomfort of ice or frozen gel packs. The wraps are reusable and require no refrigeration, plus they eliminate the mess of melting ice packs – and there’s probably plenty of mess already in those dorm rooms. With Arctic Ease, there’s no need to put your life on hold – simply wrap the area that’s bothering you and you can remain active for hours while you heal.
Arctic Ease Wraps come in two different sizes—the full size which retails for $14.99 and the small joints wrap which retails for just $9.99. They also come in four different colors so college students can match their school colors. Arctic Ease products are currently available at CVS, The Vitamin Shoppe and online.
- Tough Solar Power
- 100M Water Resistant
- Low Temperature Resistant (-10C/14F)
- Digital Compass with 60 seconds continuous measurement
- World Time (48 Cities)
- 1/10 Second Stopwatch (1,000HR)
- Countdown Timer (24HR)
- 5 Daily Alarms + Hourly Time Signal
- Full Auto Calendar
- 12/24 Hour Format
- Sunrise/Sunset Time Display
- Power Saving Function
If you’re looking for gifts for a tech savvy dad or recent grad with the bonus of helping them live better, be sure to check out Basis—the most advanced wearable fitness tracking band on the market (in the same product category as a Fitbit or a Jawbone Up) designed to help you get fit, sleep better and stress less. Great for a busy dad looking to fit better healthy habits into his routine, or a grad looking to maintain balance in college or when entering the work force.
Basis takes a multi-sensor approach to give users the most comprehensive picture of their overall health and fitness. It leverages these advanced sensors to automatically capture calories burned, steps taken, activities (including running, walking and biking), perspiration, skin temperature, heart rate* and sleep.