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By Keith Wagstaff

Winter isn't coming. It's already here and it feels like it might never leave. Don't give up and move to Key West just yet! Steve Greenberg, author of "Gadget Nation," visited TODAY and shared nine gadgets that will help you keep warm and entertained.

1. Zippo Hand Warmer, $19.95

Fill this tiny metal hand warmer with Zippo Premium Lighter Fluid and get 12 hours of your hands not feeling like they are going to fall off into the snow.

2. Thermacell Heated Insoles, $130

Cold feet? No, literally, are your feet cold? Then grab these heated insoles, which keep toes toasty for five hours at a time and can be recharged more than 500 times.

Say goodbye to frozen feet.Thermacell

3. Beardski, $34.95 & Up

You could stop shaving and wait until you look like Gandalf from Lord of the Rings. Or you could buy this insulated ski mask lined with a synthetic beard.

4. Brondell LumaWarm Heated Nightlight Toilet Seat, $119

Pull out a magazine and get comfortable! This toilet seat has three temperature settings and a nightlight.

5. Adirondack Chair Squirrel Feeder, $21.99

It's never too cold to enjoy the creatures in your backyard. This squirrel feeder attaches to trees and comes equipped with a corn-on-the-cob mount.

6. Selfie Toaster, $75

It's no miracle. This toaster takes your selfie and puts it on your breakfast. Now your toast will be like an Instagram pic, except you can slather it with butter and eat it.

7. The Messless Indoor Snowball Fight, $29.95

There is a reason people don't have snowball fights inside. Prevent a slushy living room with these plush alternatives, which are also a good option for kids in warm weather who don't want to feel left out of the winter fun.

8. Crossbow Snowball Launcher, $24.99

If plush snowballs aren't your thing, launch real ones with this crossbow, which can fling them up to 60 feet.

9. Estes Proto-X Nano Drone, $29.99

Bummed you can't fly your drone outside in the snow? Worry not. These tiny quadcopters can fly safely around your living room.