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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”.
Some people think men are easy to buy gifts for, but honestly, most of them have all the socks and ties they need.
In this section, you'll find presents a little further off the beaten track, hopefully including one that aligns perfectly with your male friend's interests.
If you know a fitness fanatic who’s always complaining about knee pain, you might want to seriously consider giving them this item for Christmas. Whether hiking or running, it allows you to carry a heavier load without torturing yourself.
Practically speaking, it’s impossible to avoid all potentially harmful chemicals, but many people are now choosing to limit their exposure. As far as underarm deodorants go, this may even be the more effective and economical option.
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.
No one wants to think about getting into an accident, but if you’re ever trapped in a car you’ll be glad you had the foresight to buy one of these. The IPOW window hammer and seatbelt cutter costs just a few bucks, but it could save your life and that of your family.
Fitness trackers are helping people all over the world stay fit and healthy. This budget choice from Letscom is a stylish way for anyone to keep track of their exercise progress, ensuring you’re getting the workout you need.
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.
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.
Whether thinking about workout supplements or liquid meals for when you’re on the go, you don’t need to settle for lumpy results. Shaking on its own, as you probably know, doesn’t really work with a full bottle, but this one-of-a-kind system mixes like a champ.
Looking for a gift that will please a music-lover who’s constantly on the go? These lightweight yet surprisingly tuneful headphones are worth considering. Though on the expensive side and with a few drawbacks, their sound quality is second to none.
Getting the most out of your afternoon coffee break is often all about the little things. Assuming that you like to take your caffeine cold sometimes, you’re sure to appreciate these bean-shaped pieces of frozen coffee that can make your drink look twice as stylish.
With just a few swipes, this privacy stamp will obscure a large area of text. It also allows you to selectively censor text within a paragraph. Perfect for that privacy obsessed friend or, conversely, that gullible colleague.
It’s always nice to have an umbrella on hand when it starts pouring, and it sucks when you discover that yours doesn’t work. This one won’t break or jam the struts while you’re opening or closing them, and a gust of wind won’t pop them inside-out.
This is a great add-on for people who’d like to explore alien worlds underwater. Up to now, the easiest way to do so was snorkeling, but with this board you can also do aquabatics and experience the joy of dolphins swimming in a pod.
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.
There are very few things more frustrating than getting ripped off. Locks and chains are often ineffective, but some people have thought of technological solutions. This bike tail light alarm is one of our favorites.
This is for security guards, suspicious people, or even, dare we say it, someone really nosy. The GPS tracker is mainly for cars, but it’s also discreet enough to place inside your luggage, under a vehicle seat, or even in a pocket.
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.
This product will not be useful for everyone, but it will be an invaluable gadget for mechanics, building inspectors, or anything like that. They can snake the device through pipes, behind walls, or deep into machinery’s innards.
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.