This year you’re going to get him the perfect gift. It’ll be one that he’ll love, that he’ll show off to all his friends. To help you find it, we’ve hunted down all the best gifts for guys this year. Here are the top 12 presents to give your husband or boyfriend for Christmas.
This little blue disk will make sure whatever he attaches it to will never be lost again. It uses Bluetooth to keep in contact with a smartphone. If the Trackr is on his keyring and he can’t find his keys, he can ask his phone where the keys are. Or if he misplaces his phone, pressing the button on the Trackr makes the phone ring—even if it’s on silent. If he leaves the house without either the phone or the keys, the one that he has with him will remind him to go back for the other.
There are two more reasons why we love the Trackr: One, if he leaves a tagged item somewhere like a restaurant, he can find it even if he’s not near it. Trackr can broadcast using other Trackr users near it and show the tagged item on a map. Two, the battery is easy to replace so he doesn’t have to buy a new Trackr after a year or two.
If your man loves camping and backpacking, he faces a problem—how can he charge his electronics out in the wild? The Biolite Campstove solves these problems in a simple way.
It’s about the size of a water bottle and weighs just 2 pounds. While it burns twigs and leaves, it can cook his dinner and charge his phone.
The Biolite needs about 4-1/2 minutes to boil a quart of water, and about 20 minutes to add an hour of talk time to a smartphone. Now his phone won’t die on the trail and he’ll get that message about picking up a gallon of milk on the way home.
We’re geeking out over the Prynt case for iPhone 6 and 6s. It’s like a Polaroid camera stepped into the pages of Harry Potter because it’s both retro and magical. Take a photo with the phone and the Prynt app saves a short video of the moment, too. Then the Prynt case prints an instant photo (that’s also a sticker) just like Polaroid cameras used to do.
The magic continues when the person with the photo views it with their smartphone. Suddenly the image comes alive with the video taken earlier.
Is he always misplacing his sunglasses or can’t be bothered with them? Not anymore, not with these little marvels. The Slapsee Folding sunglasses don’t fall off during the game or match. The soft silicone arms grip and don’t slip.
When he takes them off, he can fold up the glasses to slip in a pocket, or slap the frame to wrap around his wrist or handlebar. They’ll be right at hand for the next adventure.
Hikers know that Vibram soles can’t be beat for durability. But Vibram’s not just for boots anymore. If your man likes to walk around in maximum comfort but minimal footwear, he will love Furoshiki Fitness Shoes.
The Furoshiki shoes have a wrap-around flexible sole made from long-lasting Vibram. These shoes are made to cradle the foot and allow for total flexibility. They have a simple Velcro closure and dry very quickly, perfect for the active man.
While he’ll be comfortable in this white cotton t-shirt, it’s no ordinary article of clothing. It resists dirt and spills with nanotechnology. Liquids like coffee, wine, beer, and water just bead up and roll off. It’s perfect for camping, lounging, and everyday wear because it always looks clean and ready for action.
Does he have a self-balancing scooter or hoverboard laying around? Many times people buy those thinking they will be fun, but then discover that they’re too hard to ride.
Let him turn it into a go-kart! The man who loves to tinker will enjoy this chance to make something new out of an old toy. If he doesn’t have a scooter yet, you may have to get him one so he can build this hoverkart for himself!
This is the ultimate all-in-one cooler for a tailgate party. First, it keeps up to 48 cans or 28 beer bottles frosty. Second, the 350-watt speakers let him play FM radio to hear the game, or enjoy music from his phone over Bluetooth. Third, it has an XLR microphone jack ready for karaoke.
But wait, there’s more! He can also charge his phone from the USB port or pop in an SD card to hear more tunes. The rechargeable battery works for up to 16 hours of play time. Plus, Tunes2Go includes a detachable flashlight, bottle openers on the sides, two wheels and a telescoping handle.
He will want this portable playpen for when it’s his turn to watch the baby. The Breeze opens with one push and closes with one pull. The large play area measures 45.5 by 32 inches while the walls are 29 inches tall. It comes with a carrying bag so he can take it with him to the backyard or to a friend’s house.
Will he want to walk when he can ride? This foldable baby carrier converts from a conventional stroller to a bike-powered carriage. When riding, it’s easier to keep an eye on the child in front of the bike instead of in back.
In either mode, he can pull up the sunshade to protect the little one from heat and rain. He also has a place to carry a diaper bag or purchases from the store.
Give him what the pros use to protect their $1000-dollar camera lenses. The Base Layer from Matador is water-resistant, padded, and ultralight. It clips to his bag or belt, cradling the lens and keeping it close at hand, ready to capture the moment.
Sure, he can put the little tyke on his shoulders, but then his hands aren’t free for anything else. When he uses the SaddleBaby Shoulder Carrier, it’s safe for the baby and easier for him. Adjustable Velcro straps secure the child’s legs to the frame and the frame to Daddy’s shoulders and chest. Now he can hold your hand, no excuses.