Behind on your holiday shopping? No worries. Amazon's got free overnight shipping on thousands of products through tonight. Here's the best of what can still get to you—for free—in time for Christmas morning.

Everything below ordered by tonight (12/23) at 11:59 PM EST will get to your house by end of day Tuesday, with plenty of wrapping time to spare.

Sony RX100 II: A point and shoot that doesn't know it's a point and shoot. If you're shopping for someone who wants a great camera but won't want to mess with extra lenses, this is your pick—and it's $50 off the list price. [$698]

Basis B1 Band: One of the best activity trackers on the market, with biometric feedback to spare and a design that manages to look like something you'd actually wear. [$170]

Sony Xperia Z Tablet (32GB): Look, let's be honest, if you're gifting a tablet this year it should probably be an iPad or a Nexus 7. But! If you're gifting a tablet that you need to ship overnight for free, the Xperia Z is a fine choice—especially if the recipient knows how to root away that awful Sony skin. [$521]

Omega 8003 Juicer: The Omega 8003 is not the best juicer out there—that title, according to our friends at Sweethome, goes to its big brother, the 8004. But the 8003 is still pretty great, and it's definitely the best juicer you can get delivered tomorrow for free. [$228]

Back to the Future: 25th Anniversary Trilogy (Blu-ray): One of the best movie trilogies of all time, in glorios high definition. And it'll get to your front door in under 1.21 jiggawatts. [$26]

Alfred Hitchcock: The Masterpiece Collection (Blu-ray): Fifteen iconic films from a man who refused to make a bad one. And unlike many collections, this one's actually got the movies you want to watch—at over 60-percent off. [$108]

Samson Meteor Mic USB Studio Microphone: If you've got a friend who's pretty sure he could make a kickass podcast if he only had the right equipment, this is that equipment. Or at least, the right equipment under $100 that'll show up tomorrow. [$70]

Lego Mindstorms EV3: If the Lego fan in your life is ready for the next challenge, we can't recommend Mindstorms highly enough. You're not just building bricks—you're building moving, programmable bots. It's magic. [$350]


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