Contrary to popular belief, men are not easy to buy gifts for even when you yourself are one, let alone if you are trying to do it for your partner. To find something that he will actually like and doesn’t have already is no easy task unless you are planning to rob the bank and get him a Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita! Don’t worry, to save you the trouble of going through hours of confusion at the mall, we have a list of five gift ideas that most men would actually like, and may even love.
Levitating Bluetooth Speaker
He might already have a Bluetooth speaker, but the question is: does it levitate? Probably not! There are very few things in the world that can match the awesomeness of a device that churns out crisp beats while floating in mid-air! For the added “wow” factor, you can check out this floating Death Star in action.
A Bottle of Single Malt Whiskey
A bottle of good wine will not let you down and it is a classy gift, but single malt whiskey has a timeless appeal that few men are immune to. A bottle of Glen Grant or Glenfiddich IPA should do the trick here. You can always go the more expensive route, but when it comes to whiskey, more expensive does not always mean better. A LOT more expensive will most definitely mean better though!
Anyone who vapes will probably love some vaping gear and a vape subscription from Auster. They have a wide variety of flavors available for the vaping enthusiasts to choose from and all products are completely free of tobacco. Even if he is not into vaping, he will probably enjoy an introduction to a new experience.
Let’s admit it, it’s not very unique and he probably already has enough watches. But even then, a watch is a gift that has stood the test of time for centuries and is still going strong as one of the classiest gifts that you can ever gift a man (or a woman). That being said, nobody is stopping you from making your gift unique by selecting a timepiece that stands out.
Sporting a beard and the caveman look seems to be quite in these days, but unless he lives in an actual cave, he will need to shave or at least trim every few days. Make his life easier by giving him the complete set. If you are feeling experimental, you can also try out one of those laser razors that are gaining in popularity these days.
This is a relatively safe, short, and dependable list, which will work for more or less all grown men. However, a few honorable mentions that did not make it onto the list include a book on a subject that he is interested in, a Barbecue set if he likes cooking at those Sunday-afternoon parties and a set of wine glasses in case he is quite the wine man.