These are the bigger gifts that range from the newest iPhone gadgets (better, faster iPhone-controlled cars) to fancy pizza ovens. Even if you’re looking to buy a gift for the person who has everything, you’re sure to find it here.

Urbanears ‘Humlan’ Washable Headphones. You’ve spilled beer on your headphones somehow. Or you’ve tossed your headphones into the washing machine. No biggie. These are for the accident-prone person in your life because the new Humlan headbands are machine-washable. $49 at urbanears.com

Logitech UE Mobile Boombox. If the love of your life has enough wires in his life, get him this boom box, which allows him to play music via a tablet or phone sans dock or wires through Bluetooth technology on a speaker the size of a palm. It also doubles as a speakerphone with a built-in microphone. $100 at ue.logitech.com

iPhone Remote Control Microcar – ZenWheels. It’s a remote-control mini-car that you drive via an iPhone app. Yes, it gets even more awesome. You can set up a racecourse and the app tracks your lap speed and time. For sure, you’ll be the coolest kid in the office if you bring this gift in post-Christmas. $89 at zenwheels.com

evoMouse – Virtual Mouse. This seemingly invisible mouse responds to your hand motions and is compatible with Macs, iPhones, iPads, Windows and Android devices. It works by combining an IR Pulse emitter with a Time of Flight CMOS sensor. $80 at celluon.com

Spotter Multipurpose Sensor. Perfect for the person who travels a ton – or simply for someone who likes to be very aware of what’s going on at home when they’re not there – this sensor monitors noises, temperature, light, motion and even humidity from Android and iOS devises. $50 at quirky.com

The iPhone Binoculars. Attach these to an iPhone and they’ll transfer the image to your phone’s camera lens. The 36mm lenses will deliver eight times the magnification for a 465-foot field of view at 1,000 yards. $99.95 at hammacher.com

Boltbox Retractable Charge Cable. We’ve all had enough with the cords. This gadget helps. It’s a retractable charge-and-sync cable for Lightning devices, and it can extend up to three feet. It’s compatible with fifth-generation iPads, Pods, Phones and Minis. $25 at scosche.com

Presto 03430 Pizzazz Pizza Oven. Save up to 60 percent in energy when using this snazzy pizza oven compared with a conventional one. You’ll look so much cooler doing it in here, too. About $50 through gopresto.com

Logitech Washable Keyboard. We’ve all been told that our desks are the places where germs go to party. This shuts that party down. The characters are laser printed and UV coated so the letters don’t fade no matter how hard you scrub. $40 at logitech.com

Supaboy Portable Game Console. You may date yourself if you play these old-school games – but as long as you still have them, you can load your fave Super Nintendo and Super Famicom cartridges onto this console and play on the go. It was even designed to look like an old-school SNES controller with the flashback D-pad and face buttons. $80 at hyperkin.com

Impress Coffee Brewer. While single-cup coffee makers are all the rage, much of the coffee coming out of those coffee makers lacked the flavor nuances of the previous machines – until now. This single-cup brewer combines the French press coffee-making techniques with a thermos to transport the coffee, as well as the single-cup technology. $40 at gamilacompany.com

Kyte & Key Cabelet. You’ll never be left stranded without a charger again – because you’ll be wearing it. This bracelet turns into a power charging/data cable for Micro USB or Lightning, and it comes in three sizes and various colors. $70 at kyteandkey.com