Getting 400 pounds for birthday don't know where to spend.

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soempty
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Hello, i will be getting this sum of money for my 18ths birthday and i am willing to spend it on gadgets. To clarify I have a nice laptop, a nice phone (in future) and good pair of headphones. I am not sure about what i want to get. It could be either one big item, for example expensive headphones (don't suggest beats) or a lot of smaller ones like set of gaming headphones, kindle etc.
What woud you reccomend me to buy? I am desperate to spend everything to the last penny, so saving is out of question.
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Save it short term until a gadget comes out you do really want?
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Why are you so desperate to spend it?
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Honestly sounds like you're going to **** it away needlessly there dude. You know how tech is. If it's decent now it'll be ****e in 3 years. If you've already got a decent phone, lappy and headphones, why not do something exciting like go on holiday?
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(Original post by kimprovising)
Why are you so desperate to spend it?
(Original post by BeautifullyTragic)
Save it short term until a gadget comes out you do really want?
I dont like saving at all + inflation I want to buy something new which would be usefull to me for few years.

(Original post by mikeyd85)
Honestly sounds like you're going to **** it away needlessly there dude. You know how tech is. If it's decent now it'll be ****e in 3 years. If you've already got a decent phone, lappy and headphones, why not do something exciting like go on holiday?
Thats why i am asking for advice. I need something which would be good investment of money and preferably lasts more than few weeks. Plus very good headphones don't really get outdated.
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Kindle is the best one out of that list. How else can you carry 1500 books in your pocket? The cheapest one is 70 quid, still leaves you with over 300 quid for something else.
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I know it's been 7 years but you should get a desktop or save up to a car or just buy something nice for yourself or like an upgrade, a subsciption to netflix, nice deco for your room
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Hi i know its been 9 years but you should get a new kindle. Heard they're great 😁😁😁😁
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