How To Spend It Well At Christmas With Phillip Schofield was back tonight – here’s where to buy the products featured!
It’s been a year like no other and as Christmas approaches, Phillip Schofield returns with a brand new three-part series hoping to bring viewers some much needed joy by helping them spend their festive funds in the best possible way.
In the second episode (Tuesday 1 December), Phillip and his team of experts give viewers the low down on some of this year’s best gifts and gadgets, from unique postal gifts to delicious food kits, so that they can spoil their loved ones this Christmas and make the most of their festive budget.
Tech journalist Georgie Barrat gave Phillip the low down on her best buys for this year – and from a retro camera to the latest VR kit, there’s something for everyone.
instax SQUARE SQ1 – Buy here.
Simplehuman Hi-Fi Sensor Mirror – Buy here.
Oculus Quest 2 – Buy here
With many people spending more time at home this year, home fitness equipment has taken off, so ex-footballer Chris Kamara and his son Jack joined GB gymnasts Ellie and Becky Downie to see what fitness gifts were worth the price tag and should be on Christmas lists. The products featured were:
Mirafit Core Exercise Sliders – Buy here
JAXJOX Adjustable Kettlebell Connect – Buy here
Beast Gear Boxing Reflex Ball – Buy here
Brazyn Morph Collapsible Roller – Buy here
Portable Coffee Makers
Phillip asked some happy campers to put three different portable coffee makers through their paces.
Hario V60 Dripper – Buy here.
Barista & Co Brew It Stick – Buy here.
Aeropress Coffee Maker – Buy here.
Dogs love a game of fetch so the team put four toys to the test by dog behaviourist Ali Taylor.
Man’s Best Friend Ball Launcher – Buy here
Nerf Dog Stomper – Buy here
Ruffwear Hover Craft Flying Disc – Buy here
Kong Wavz Bunji Ball – Buy here.
Dog behaviourist Ali Taylor also looked into some top dog beds.
AmazonBasics Pet Sofa Lounger – Buy here
Bedsure Orthopedic Dog Mattress – Buy here.
Herringbone Dog Bed – Balmoral Nest – Buy here.
Food Making Kits
Journalist and restaurant critic Grace Dent stepped into the kitchen to try out a selection of food inspired kits that could make the perfect gift for the foodie in everyone’s life.
Fudge Making Kit – Buy here
Cranberry & Rosemary Bread Wreath Baking Kit – Buy here
Cheap kitchen gadgets
Chef Matt Tebbutt rated some all time-saving kitchen gadgets.
Strawberry Top Remover – Buy here.
MagiPull Ring Opener – Buy here.
Orange Peelers – Buy here.
How To Spend It Well At Christmas will be back later this month on ITV with the third and final episode of the 2020 series.
You can watch episodes online via the ITV Hub here.