The ultimate Christmas 2020 gift list: stocking fillers for teens

  • What do teenagers want for Christmas? We asked them what’s on their wishlist this holiday season and curated a guide to make Christmas shopping easier this year
  • Here are 5 of the best presents if you’re on a budget or need something small
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Yes, we suggest masks... but rather cooler ones.

We’ve selected five budget-friendly, pocket-sized gifts that will bring a smile to any face.

G.O.D fabric facemask

The accessory of the year! With so many uniquely Hong Kong patterns and three sizes to choose from, there’s definitely a mask for everyone.

Wear something uniquely 852. Photo via the GOD websiteIt’s best to get two so the person receiving the gift can wear one while the other is in the wash.

HK$120 and up

Buys one here.

Onigiri moulds

It’s amazing how many people told us they want one of these practical tools for Christmas. They make it easy to whip up this popular quick snack.


Onigiri triangles are delicious and so customisable, it’s really up to you what you want in it. You can find the moulds at Don Don Donki, Japan Home Store, or most Japanese supermarkets.

Resistance band

Using one of these during a workout will make everything harder, but that just means it will help make you stronger.


They’re also great for stretching. This is perfect for teens who want to get on their fitness game.


Buy one here.

Wildflower phone case

Wildflower makes the cutest and coolest iPhone cases. Sisters Devon Lee Carlson and Sydney Carlson are big on Instagram, and definitely know who their audience is (and it includes some pretty big celeb names!).

There’s everything from groovy checked prints to sweet butterflies, and you can turn your phone into a fashion accessory.

US$35 (HK$270)

Buy one here.


Popsockets are making a comeback, and are an easy, super useful, genderless gift that everyone will appreciate.

And now they have an extra function other than just making sure you don’t drop your phone – they’re a handy place to hang your mask while you eat.

From HK$99

Buy one here.