You’ve still got time — these last-minute gifts from Amazon will arrive just in time for Christmas

Last-minute holiday shoppers, consider this our gift to you. We’ve scoured Amazon for the very best presents that will arrive in time for Christmas. Overnight shipping is available for each of these items, so if you’ve been stressing to finish your shopping — now’s the time. You’re welcome!  

Owala FreeSip Stainless Steel Water Bottle, $32.99

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A really nice water bottle is a great go-to gift for anyone on your list who doesn’t already have their own, and the Owala FreeSip is our absolute top choice. It’s made of vacuum-insulated, double-walled stainless steel that can keep drinks cold for a full 24 hours (seriously). One of its coolest features is the two-in-one spout, which lets you drink straw-style or by tipping back and chugging. And, all the materials are free of BPA and phthalates. Three sizes and 15 different color combos are available. 

Bronax Pillow Slippers, $23.99

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There are no lies in the name of these magical unisex slippers — they truly give the feeling of walking around on a couple of pillowy clouds. Anyone and everyone on your list will be thrilled to unwrap a pair. The 1.7-inch soles are made of EVA material, which is incredibly lightweight, cushioning and supportive. They’re also durable and quick-drying — all in all, everything you could possibly want in a pair of house shoes. The slippers come in 16 different colors.

LEGO Icons Flower Bouquet Set, $47.99 (Orig. $59.99)

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Hear us out on this one — for a his-and-hers gift, you really can’t go wrong with the LEGO flower bouquet set. It’s both a fun couples activity and a cool home decor item, which we’d say makes it two presents in one. The set has 756 pieces, breaking down to 15 different flowers, stems and leaves. Roses, poppies, daisies, snapdragons and all the other classics are included. There are tons of ways to customize stem lengths and how the petals and leaves are posed. 

NEST New York Bamboo Candle, $43.59

The way we see it, the whole point of presents is to get people amazing things that they’d never buy for themselves. That puts the ultra-fancy, super high-quality NEST candle right at the top of our list. They’re made of cosmetic-grade wax that burns cleanly and evenly, creating luxurious aromas that fill your space. In addition to this classic 8.1-ounce glass candle that burns for 50 to 60 hours, a bunch of other different sizes and forms are available in a range of 23 scents. 

Start Here: Instructions for Becoming a Better Cook: A Cookbook, $36.43 (Orig. $45)

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You might recognize Sohla El-Waylly from Dan Levy’s show “The Big Brunch” or the New York Times Cooking YouTube channel. If not, it’s time to get acquainted. She’s sort of like the modern-day Julia Child — talented, funny and capable of helping anyone learn to cook. That’s what this 600-page book is all about. It includes tons of easy and delicious recipes, plus helpful overviews of basic skills and techniques. Gift it to the people on your list who are still trying to figure out this whole adulting thing. 

Deciniee Jade Roller and Gua Sha Set, $9.99 (Orig. $19.99)

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This jade facial roller and gua sha set makes a great stocking stuffer. Both are made of 100% natural jade stone and can be used to boost circulation, tighten skin, relax muscles and reduce puffiness. The magic comes from jade’s natural cool temperature, which holds up even when it touches the skin. Use the roller on the face and neck and the gua sha stone all over. And don’t let the pink color fool you — these tools are awesome gifts for absolutely anyone. 

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