The range of gifts out there for men is way better these days than when your only options were a tie or a pair of socks.
And you don’t have to go for novelty items either, although those do of course have their place under everyone’s Christmas tree. There are so many ways to give the man in your life something truly unique and special, or something that’s going to keep them entertained well beyond the New Year.
So here’s my Christmas gift guide for the fellas. Don’t forget to check out my earlier guides for kids and for her.
Personalised recipe book, from £15 at This Is Your Cookbook
If you love spending time in the kitchen as a family then this will be right up your street. The website makes it so very easy to design your own cookbook plus has a vault of recipes to choose from. Or you can add your own favourite family recipes.
So this is a chance to create a cookbook that gets handed down through the generations or that puts your other half’s amazing spaghetti bolognese recipe in print at last.
Leather wash bag, £55 from notonthehighstreet.com
These leather bags can be customised with initials or the word Dad to make a beautiful, but practical, gift for Christmas.
Motion control drone, £34.99 from Menkind
Christmas isn’t Christmas without a gadget to play with on the day. This drone is a bit different as the controller works based on your hand movements, which is pretty cool.
Fitbit Flex 2, £54.99 from Amazon
I recommend this gift for the fellas and the ladies because it’s great fun comparing notes at the end of your week. You can get really competitive with it too!
The Fitbit Flex is a totally simple fitness tracker. It doesn’t have a display telling you you’ve got new emails but it is lightweight, waterproof and tracks your workouts accurately.
The bands come in a range of colours so you can pick your other half’s favourite,
Personalised clothing, contact Printsome for a quote
What better way to make his Christmas than by creating a top or hoodie with your own message to them. Get creative and see what you come up with. You can play around with fonts and pick from a range of coloured items of clothing.