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Like neckties, wristwatches no longer serve any practical purpose. They can still make a fashion statement, though, even if that statement is “I like computers more than dressing up”.
Romance is supposed to be a two-way street. If your not-so-secret admirer occasionally brings you flowers, you should reciprocate with...what, exactly? Socket wrenches? A crossbow? A Mongolian throat singing CD?
Truly, men are simple creatures, but this doesn't mean they don't appreciate the finer things in life, especially when these come from someone who's important to them. Show him that you care by going to a little extra effort when selecting his next present. The thought will most certainly be remembered even after the novelty of the gift has faded.
Nobody ever tells a beginner at golf just how much time they’ll spend looking for their ball after a shot into the rough. While these glasses won’t do anything to improve your aim, they do make it easier to locate your wayward balls, saving you time.
Getting into an accident is bad enough, but legal or insurance trouble afterwards can add to the pain. Using a dashcam such as this affordable ApeMan camera, can gather evidence for you when you need to worry about more important things.
Woodwork is a fine art that needs precision and care. So the last thing you want is for your masterpiece to suddenly go sliding off the bench just as you start the finishing touches. These Bench Cookies from Rockler ensure that your work pieces stay exactly where you want them to.
You’d think giving someone a reference book as a gift might be a bit dry, but the World Atlas of Coffee is a refreshing tome that reveals the world of coffee in an entertaining way. James Hoffman gives a unique and enthralling tour of coffee’s history, impact and importance.
When it comes to showing someone special that you care about them, you can’t go wrong with a gift that’s sensual in some way – something you can taste, smell or touch. Eco-friendly and packaged in a nice tin, this soap is sure to make anyone feel good in the shower.
What really is the fastest, safest way of improving your race times? According to these three authors, all of who are respected figures in the world of running, the answer lies in training harder, but less frequently than most marathoners think.
If you don’t think of skipping rope as a serious exercise, you probably just haven’t tried it with a speed rope yet. Ergonomic handles and a weighted cord make it possible to go much faster, burning an impressive number of calories in the process.
This is a great gift for someone who travels frequently or studies abroad. With this friendship bracelet you can maintain a connection with a sibling, romantic partner, or what-have-you – now you can touch them no matter where you are.
Some men are notoriously difficult to buy gifts for. Luckily, men are genetically prone to putting stuff like keys, phones, and wallets down in random places and then forgetting about them. Now, you can get them this dedicated thing-putter-downer-on.
Depending on where you live, what job you do, and what kind of in-laws you have, this jacket or vest from MC Armor might be a life safer – literally. Staying clear of trouble is probably the best advice, but this may not always be possible.
There are various techniques to deal with stress, but what if you don’t even know where to start? That’s where this stress management tracker comes in. The perfect gift for workaholics who tend to forget about their health.