Looking for Christmas gift ideas for the man in your life? This list of Christmas gift ideas for him will help provide inspiration for what to get him.
Do you struggle to find Christmas gifts for men? I always have problems finding the perfect gift for them. This year I am getting organised early and have been searching for perfect gift ideas for the man in your life. I have put together a list of Christmas gift ideas for him to help you find the ideal gift.
RRP £69.66 The Braun Multigroomer will ensure that your man is kept well groomed. The three in one product allows you to trim, style and shave with just one product. The shaver has an extra wide head with a flexible smart foil that adjusts to the shape of the skin to give a really close shave. A twistable trimmer allows efficient trimming of beards with both a wide and narrow side to allow for shaping. Finally there is a click and lock comb that allows beards to be trimmed to the exact length required. It is a great all in one product that any man would be pleased with.
While an electric razor is good to have some men prefer a traditional razor feeling it gives them a closer shave. Why not treat them to the Dorco PACE 6 Razor. The Dorco PACE 6 has been designed to provide the best shaving experience possible. It has a six blade system to ensure a smooth shave as well as an ergonomically designed non-slip handle for grip. Skin is soothed while you shave with the Aloe Vera, Vitamin E and Lavender Oil infused moisturising strips. Available as a subscription service or just as a one off.
After all that grooming a man needs to smell nice. The Bluebeards Revenge Eau-de-Toilette Gift Set RRP £24.99 is the perfect solution. Containing a fresh and masculine shower gel to brighten up the shower and a modern Eau de Toilette for after it is bound to put a smile on his face. The whole set is supplied in a stylish blue box showing it is from the luxury male grooming brand.
Give your man a chance to experience five unique American bourbons with this Drinks by the Dram bourbon tasting set. (RRP £28.95) . The tasting set contains a diverse range of flavours and is a great introduction to bourbon. The small bottles allow you to appreciate the differences in flavour between the different bourbons. Order from 31Dover.com and you even get next day delivery.
Socks for Christmas is a bit of a cliché but these Bridgedale WoolFusion Trekker socks (RRP £15.99) are more than just socks. Bridgedale are a British made sock and these WoolFusion Trekker socks use CuPED technology. Copper ions have been embedded in the wool fibres to help feet stay fresh during long winter walks. The wool also keeps your feet warm and cosy and will dry fast if your feet get wet. Copper also has anti-inflammatory effects and acts to reduce bacteria and fungi to keep your feet smelling fresh.
In the winter most men need a good winter coat to keep the cold at bay. This Scruffs Expedition Double Zip Jacket (RRP £64.95) may well be the perfect jacket. Made from nylon body fabric with a double zip fastening, bubble padding on the inside and a mircofleece lined hood it is sure to keep you cosy whatever the weather. There are also a number of secure pockets for storing things in. It really is a well made jacket that is perfect for winter expeditions. The price is great as well, a lot of jackets of this quality cost a lot more.
Isle of Harris gin is a new gin which includes local hand harvested sugar kelp to capture the elemental nature of the Isle of Harris. There are eight other botanicals included which all speak of the remote Hebridean island’s deep connections to the sea. Served in a distinctive rippling glass bottle this is a unique present that will be a talking point of the drinks cabinet. A 70cl bottle is RRP £35.00 or get the Harris Serve which includes a 70cl bottle of Harris Gin, 2 tumblers, a 50ml bottle of Sugar Kelp Aromatic Water and costs £80
Designed in colour have recently launched the British Colour Standard mug collection. The distinctive colours of the mugs have a lot of history behind them. The British Colour Standard dates back to the 1930’s when dyed strips of ribbon and wool were used to specify colours for products from uniforms to flags and even post boxes and battle ships. The colour books were sent out across the British Empire and now the mugs use the same standard. These would appeal to a history lover. Each mug features the name to reflect the colour allowing you to easily choose which you like best. British Standard Colour mugs, £12 each, expresso mugs, £10
So that is my list of Christmas gifts for him. Which product would you buy for your loved one? Let me know below.
Don’t forget to check out my list of Christmas gifts for her as well.