Thu, 04 Jul 2013 13:15:59 GMT — The 4th of July is finally here and with so many celebrations taking place we want to make it as stress free as possible.Jorge Gomez with Best Buy stopped by Thursday to showcase some simple gadgets and tools that could help you out!They will be open on Independence Day and can be found in McAllen and Brownsville.Top 10 things everyone needs for the Fourth:1. iGrill (necessary for every BBQ)2. Krups BeerTender (Easily dispenses your favorite brews and keeps them cool)3. LifeProof nuud Case (waterproof case for any lake or beach activity)4. Margaritaville frozen concoction maker (for slushies, margaritas, etc.)5. Jawbone BIG JAMBOX Bluetooth Wireless Speaker (bring your tunes to the beach, the boat, or the BBQ)6. Hard Candy Cotton Candy Maker7. Fitbit Flex wireless activity and sleep tracker (if you want to count your BBQ calories)8. Cuisinart frozen yogurt/ice cream/sorbet maker (make your own cool treats)9. Mophie Juice Pack (keep your devices charged and juiced up when you TMre outside)10. Retro Kettle Popcorn Maker
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