Sure, they like to act all tough and manly ... but guys love gifts, too! Here are our favorite reasonably priced items for the guy on your gift list.
Chares & Marie
We all enjoy a cold beer every once in awhile—ok, maybe more than once in awhile. And if you're a total teetotaler, this super handy bottle-opener-meets-fridge-magnet opens old school soda bottles, too!
Keep Dad's twinkle toes warm and cozy with these thick boot socks from O'Hanlon Mills. You just might want to steal them from his sock drawer!
Sticking notes to your fridge? There's an app for that.
How cool will your hubby feel lathering up with this old school shaving kit? It comes with a 100% natural fiber brush and eucalyptus oil-enriched shaving cream in a convenient, space-saving bowl (which means more counter space for you!).
Make your keys easy to identify with the world's raddest pizza-gobbling, crime fighting team. These keycaps come in four designs: Donatello, Raphael, Leonardo, and Michelangelo. Just remember to use your keys to open the front door, 'cause you may be tempted to karate chop your way in.
We pity the fool who passes up this hilarious Mr. T pocket keychain! It produces six of Mr. T's most famous quotes.
Until the U.N. designs a worldwide wireless network, we're keeping this baby on our keychain. It will help you find a hotspot when there's no coffee shop or library in sight. Crazy convenient!
Take the traditional "here's a pen" gift to a whole new level. The Messograf is a not only a retractable, refillable ballpoint, it's a caliper rule,
a tire-tread gauge, a thread scale and a ruler, too. The chromium-plated brass is also super sleek and if (OK, when) he forgets it in his pocket,
it's washing-machine safe!
These mini sports binoculars may be smallish in size, but they're big on features. The fully-coated lenses reduce glare and eye strain and produce crisp, bright images, making them perfect for hikes, sports games, concerts, the opera ... OK, maybe not that last one, but a culture-craving girl can dream, can't she?!
Greener Grass ...
We do love those charming self-portraits you take by stretching out your arm to snap a pic. But for a more natural way for photogs to make it into the family album, we're digging this smart, savvy tripod. It fights right on a drink bottle!