Valentine's Day is coming up on 14 February. It can be a great opportunity to show you really care about someone, and a special gift can make it particularly memorable.
And the best part is that you don't have to fork out a fortune to really make someone's day - showing you care isn't always about splashing out. But if you do want to buy a gift, we've listed Valentine's Day gift ideas to suit any budget, from £6 to £135.
Valentine's Day is primarily a celebration of romance, but it doesn't have to just be for couples. If you're buying for a friend or family member (or even if it's just for yourself), they will surely appreciate a thoughtful gift.
We think any of these Valentine's Day gifts will impress the special person in your life. Plus all of them perform well in our tests, so you know they'll be worth your money.
You don't have to spend big to make your other half happy. If you both enjoy a good pizza (and, let's face it, who doesn't?), this excellent pizza cutter combined with a romantic night in and you rolling your sleeves up to make your favourite flavours will go down a treat. Or just buy one.
Either way, this lovely-looking cutter will be a lovely reminder of your special evening, and you'll appreciate its superior slicing power at many romantic evenings to come.
For aspiring home bakers, a quality cake tin can make the difference between a sweet treat and a kitchen disaster.
This springform cake tin from Prestige really takes the biscuit. It's incredibly durable, easy to clean, and is so non-stick that you don't even need to line it.
The spring mechanism is smooth, so crumbling cakes will be a thing of the past.
For the gardening-enthusiast in your life, a lovely new pair of gardening gloves will be a much-needed gift.
Practical and stylish, we enjoyed the softer leather feel of these Kent & Stowe gloves and were impressed at how they protected from thorns and nettle stings.
To celebrate those special evenings without breaking the bank, this Lidl Veuve Delattre champagne may be the perfect gift for your loved one.
At just over £12, it ranked far higher than many pricier brands in our tests, with a subtle, clean and fruity flavour.
A smart plug might not be the most romantic gift, but hear us out - as it's certainly one of the most useful as you can turn appliances on or off remotely, or set it on a timer.
You plug your appliance into the TP-Link Tapo P100 Smart Plug, and it plugs into your wall socket. It works with any wi-fi router, giving you full control via your smartphone. It's compatible with Android and iOS operating systems, and while you can't use 'Hey Siri' activation, it is compatible with Alexa and Google Assistant.
This is one of our favourite smart plugs, and at under £13, it makes an inexpensive and thoughtful gift for any tech whiz.
These Sony in-ear headphones make a great gift this Valentine's day, and their quality is fantastic for the price point.
The sound is smooth and clear, with minimal leakage from the ear buds. The line-in mic also lets you access Google or Siri and take calls.
For under £30, we think these headphones are a bargain.
For smoothie-lovers or general kitchen whizzes, This Kenwood Smoothie 2Go Smoothie Maker makes a great gift.
It produces smooth smoothies as well as a range of dips and sauces, and is incredibly easy to use.
It can be a little loud but, at just under £30, it's still great quality for the price.
This John Lewis Pasta Machine is another great gift contender for romantic date nights cooking together at home (especially if you love Italian food).
It works great for rolling and cutting a range of pasta shapes, from spaghetti to lasagne sheets. The machine itself could be fiddly at times, but we were impressed at the quality you get for your £35.
This Kitsound Diggit 55 portable Bluetooth speaker combines clear sound with a stylish design, and would make a great gift for music fans.
It can be used both inside and outside, being highly water-resistant, dust and sand-proof, and having a detachable stake for garden use.
For the coffee addict in your life, this DeLonghi coffee machine brings cafe quality right into the kitchen.
It produces great quality coffees while being compact and easy-to use. Its compact size (27.3 x 11.2 x 28.8cm) also makes it a great fit for smaller kitchens.
The Amazon Kindle makes a fantastic gift for any bookworm, especially those who like to read their favourite books on the go.
It's simple and easy to use, with a straightforward start-up and a great search facility.
It comes with built-in LED lights to make reading at night a complete breeze. Plus it's light, compact, and easy to carry around with you.
Apple AirPods can make a great gift for anyone, and some of the older generations are great quality and cost a lot less than the newer models.
The 2019-gen Apple AirPods are wireless and connect with Bluetooth. They have a remarkably clear sound, and come with a charging case to keep the battery up between listening sessions.
You can connect them to your other Apple products, such as your iPhone or Apple Watch, and they feature 'Hey Siri' voice assistant activation. They also work with Android devices.
To make keepsakes you can hold on to, an instant camera can be a great present for anyone with a keen eye for photography.
This Fujifilm Istax SQ1 is one of our favourites. The images it produces have a surprising amount of definition and detail to them, and our experts liked how the colours turned out. It's also straightforward to set up and use, although the shutter button is quite sensitive.
For happy campers and backyard barbeque devotees, this Cadac Safari Chef 2 mini barbeque cooker makes a great gift this Valentine's day.
It's a compact and portable gas-fuelled cooker, which is light enough to take on hikes or short walks.
The cooking surface is quite small, so it may be better-suited to cooking a romantic meal for two rather than a whole family meal.