Christmas Gift Guide : For Him

Men are extremely hard to buy for I don't need to tell you that. 
But I have come up with some ideas for the man in your life this Christmas.

*Clock Safe

Men can keep their valuables secure with Getting Personal's unique Clock Safe
Not only does this fab clock safe keep your belongings safe and securely out of sight,
but as its an analogue clock it means it will sit unnoticed on the wall. 
Inside the clock is an brilliantly disguised storage box with built-in shelves, which is sure to keep its contents safe and sound.
The clock requires 1 AA battery

Next up Asda has a lovely Bayliss and Harding 3 piece set. 
The Black Pepper and Ginseng Mens 3 piece set  contains: 
1 x Shower Gel 200mL 
1 x Hair and Body Wash 300mL 
1 x Aftershave Balm 200mL
This is a fab set smells amazing and makes an ideal little gift.

£7 (Asda)  

Next up we have Celestron PowerSeeker 50AZ Telescope. 
The Celestron PowerSeeker telescopes are designed to give the first time telescope user
the perfect combination of quality, value, features and power. 
Astronomy is a great family hobby that can be enjoyed all year round and the 
Celestron PowerSeeker is the ideal affordable and high quality choice to provide
many hours of enjoyment. 

£25 ( Asda) 

* 5W LED Torch
Another great gift idea is the 5W LED Torch from Aldi.
The LED Torch has: 
- Min of 50,000 hours of LED lifetime 
- Continuous zoom 
- brightness levels and SOS function
- 5 Watt Cree LED
and is shock resistant and weatherproof. 

*Mens Pjs
Last of all we have a pair of Pjs. 
This set from Aldi is ideal for the cold wintry nights
and makes me a fab gift for loved ones. 

All items with a * were gifted to me for the purpose of this post

Would you like to comment?

mpsandy said...

These are all great ideas, men are so difficult to buy for! I love the clock. Thank you.

Anonymous said...

My hubby has wanted a telescope for ages, thank you for reminding me!!! :D x

sarah3875 said...

Great ideas thanks!

Debbie said...

Thanks Victoria. Keep them coming. I hate shopping for my hubby. I never know what to get him and neither does anyone else. I get calls from his mum, sister, my daughter etc., "What can we get Nick for Christmas this year?". Phew!!!!!

Happy Homebird said...

I want a telescope for myself, well us all! Great price, might have to buy that!

Unknown said...

I never know what to give my grown up son as a present and this has given me food for thought.

Vikki Douel said...

Very handy - thanks!

Unknown said...

I hate buying for men, the older they get the harder it is as well. Loving the PJ's and clock safe. x

Saetana said...

I think mine would love the telescope, but it would be a 9 day wonder and would end up gathering dust with our evergrowing pile of unused exercise equipment :D Rafflecopter entries for the infinity necklace are in my real name NIKKI HAYES

prwilson said...

I'd love a nice little telescope like that - not sure what the neighbours would think though. :)

Natasha Mairs - Serenity You said...

My husband just wants dvds and chocolate


great suggestions! love the telescope ~ my son would love that

prwilson said...

My Dad would like the Clock Safe.

Natalie White said...

I love the look of the clock safe! Some fab ideas :) I find it hard to buy for the men in my life!

Kim Neville said...

My partner quite easy to buy for, socks and boxers always come in handy

Jo Glasspool said...

Loving the Bayliss and Harding 3 piece set

Emma said...

The clock safe is a great idea

auntygeek said...

Like Natalie, my men are just impossible! My Dad and my eldest brother in particular. One never wants anything (Dad) and the other buys himself everything he wants immediately (brother) - grrr!