Valentine’s Day is exactly 4 weeks away, and if you’ve been doing this for a while, the ideas on what to get him next might not be as forthcoming as they might have been years ago. Valentine’s Day has, in the past, been geared towards the fairer sex, but in recent times more and more women are treating the men in lives to Valentine’s Day gifts. We, at My Gift Stop, have found some pretty awesome gift ideas guaranteed to make your man feel special this Valentine’s Day.
Luminox watches are some of the most masculine watches out there, and make exceptional gifts if that’s in your budget. These watches are the choice of the Navy SEALs for all their night missions because of the excellent readability at night. Luminox is also the supplier of armed forces and police forces across the world.
What could be better than giving the guy in your life a scent that you love smelling? Getting a cologne is a gift that you both can enjoy. Of course, getting a cologne does require some research and testing to get it right. You can also refer to some of his existing collection to give you a baseline of what he likes and go from there.
Definitely a favorite among men, this gift helps your guy to stay looking sharp and on top of his game. There are many kinds of grooming kits out there, and each with their own accessories. We recommend the Remington All-In-One Lithium Powered Grooming Kit. When fully charged the shaver can last for over an hour without being plugged in.
Valentine’s Day is smack dab in the middle of winter, and you want your partner’s hands to be warm when they are not interlaced with yours. Getting him a pair of leather gloves not only looks great and sophisticated, but also show that you are thinking about him and his comfort.
Mobile Photo Printer
There are a few of these on the market, but the one getting the most rave reviews is the HP Sprocket Photo Printer. This On-The-Go Photo Printer is connected to your smartphone via Bluetooth, and the user can print photos of their choice from their social media accounts. It uses 2x3 sticky photo paper which can be bought from the manufacturer. Of course, you do need to download the HP Sprocket App from Google Play or iTunes to get going with the Sprocket. As an alternative, you get the Kodak Dock and WIFI Photo Printer, which prints larger photos than the Sprocket.