Christmas is supposed to be a time of love, joy and celebration: and desperate, last-minute shopping. But whether you’re shopping for an uber-geek or a crotchety oldster, we’ve got the gifts for you . Log-On In this Aladdin’s Cave of adorable, you’ll find gadgets, trinkets and accessories galore. For the True Patriot Nanoblocks space shuttle, $699 Celebrate China’s mission to the Moon by building a space shuttle out of teeny blocks. For the Tech Nerd Sphero 2.0, $1,088 This app-controlled ball will get geeks going. It’s waterproof, pet-proof, and rolls at top speeds of seven feet per second. For a Please-Everyone Stocking Stuffer 3Father Christmas bath lily, $68 Have a very merry bathtime indeed, as you rub Santa all over your secret places. For the Fitness Fanatic Fitbit Flex Wireless Activity + Sleep Wristband, $898 Monitor your sleep/wake cycle, track steps and your fitness goals with this sleek wristband. It all syncs wirelessly to your smartphone. For the Manic Pixie Dream Girl Sock monkey hat and gloves, $259-299 Got a wacky pal with a zest for life and an unconventional wardrobe? Dial up the adorable with this cute and cozy gift. Various Citysuper stores including B/F, Times Square, 1 Matheson St., Causeway Bay, 2506-2888. Lane Crawford The classiest department store of them all, it’s almost impossible to go wrong. For the Animal-Loving Kid Kate Barnett X Lane Crawford penguin tee, $180 We’re suckers for kids in cool t-shirts. Christmassy, but wearable all year round. For the Dopey Dad Atelier Cologne gold leather set, $2,000 Get pops out of his Old Spice rut. The Gold Leather fragrance has notes of bitter orange, saffron, plum and leather. For Your New Girlfriend Mistletoe Christmas bauble, $540 Commemorate your first Christmas together with this classy mistletoe bauble. Dangle it high and you might just get a smooch out of it. For that Special Cougar La Mer Radiance Collection, $4,800 Mr./Mrs. Robinson works hard to look that foxy, so show your appreciation with this bumper gift set from anti-aging skincare specialists La Mer. For One-Percent Party Favors Claus Porto mini soaps, $70 each Keep people coming back to your dinner parties with these triple-milled soaps from Portugal. Various locations including 3/F, IFC Mall, 8 Finance St, Central, 2118-3388. Living Plaza by Aeon For the truly poor and/or desperate, there’s always the good old $12 store. Sarah Fung and Adam White scour the outlet in the HK Magazine office basement for inspiration. For the Dishwashing Adverse 52 Paper Cups, $12 Hosting a mulled wine party but your helper’s on holiday? Sounds like you need some disposable party ware, you lazy jerk. For the Twee House Cleaning Enthusiast Hedgehog microfiber mitt, $12 If you need to tell your loved one that they’re falling behind on the dusting, you can soften the sting with this cute hedgehog duster. For Your Cat Kitty plate, $12 Winston the kitten will be delighted to eat off his own face forever. Actually, he won’t know. He’s a cat. For the Chain-Smoking Driver Tobacco Stain Removing Sheet for Car Interior, $12 Send a passive-aggressive message about your giftee’s vehicle by presenting these elegantly packaged disposable cleaning sheets. For the Discerning Oenophile Bunch of Plastic Grapes, $12 Decorate your tasting room with this classy bunch. Also available in green and muscat. For Protecting Something Delicate Colorful Corn Cushions, $12 Nothing says “I Love You” like protecting your delicate gifts with multicolored, heart-shaped packing peanuts. For Your Estranged Father Penguin Tie, $12 Here’s a facile gift that requires little to no thought. Perfect for the absent dad. For Some Friend’s Dumb Kid Net of ducks, $12 Here, kid. Have a net of ducks. You’re welcome. For a Hoarder Enormous-headed Dog, $12 Doesn’t matter what you give them, really. You know they’ll keep it forever. Locations pretty much everywhere, including B/F, Hollywood Centre, 233 Hollywood Rd., Sheung Wan, 2871-9223. G.O.D. This made-in-Hong-Kong brand has all kinds of fail-safe local-themed gifts. For the BBQ King “Tiger King” apron, $320 Channel the king of predators as you grill with this scary-eyed apron. For the Nostalgic Insomniac Chocolate beans eye mask, $125 Can’t sleep for worrying about Hong Kong’s fast-disappearing heritage? This eyemask blocks out ambient light AND reminds us of our favorite childhood candies. For an Early Riser Vintage travel mug, $198 If your friend gets up early for marathons, rugby games, or just plain old boring “work,” they’ll appreciate this travel mug. For Someone with a Tiny Kitchen “Yau Ma Tei” stacking mugs (set of four), $295 Stacking cups are perfect for tiny Hong Kong apartments, and the tong lau print makes us grateful for the space we have. For the Skinny Jeans Devotee Mahjong tile slim money holder, $250 If your buddy worries about an “interrupted silhouette” caused by the usual leather goods, then this slim wallet should please. Various locations including 48 Hollywood Rd., Central, 2805-1876.