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Finding a gift for your man that’s thoughtful, doesn’t cost the world and that he’s sure to love is easier said than done. If you’re in need of a little assistance, these nine Christmas gift ideas for him are sure to put a smile on his face come Christmas morning…

Under £20

Reese’s personalised chocolate peanut butter spread, £6.99, Selfridges

Spread this on toast, add it to a sandwich or just eat straight from the jar… who could resist a jar of Reese’s?


Black Leopard 2-in-1 shave gel cleanser, £8.99, Amazon

This Aussie skincare company that’s just for men has finally landed in the UK, bringing with it six hero products crafted from naturally derived ingredients to hydrate, soothe and revitalise skin.


Bombay to Britain Recipe Book, £14.95, Amazon

Christmas gifts for him

Packed with 50 recipes, inside this colourful book you’ll find a wonderful bend of classic hearty dishes – from chicken tikka masala to a delicious dhansak – to meals for more adventurous types. Why not try your hand at a barbecue chilli butter lobster, or even ox cheek with carrots and cloves?


Cheese trio gift pack, £12.45, Snowdonia Cheese

Snowdonia Cheese gift set

If your man is a fan of a posh cheese, this gift set from Snowdonia Cheese will have him watering at the mouth. The trio of cheeses is made up of a Red Leicester and two vintage cheddars.


Monopoly Classic, £14.49, Amazon

Who doesn’t love a board game at Christmas time? If he hasn’t got this all-time classic in his collection, it’s a great excuse to prove once and for all who’s superior when it comes to handling money…


Cheese Set Gift Box, £14, VinersChristmas gifts for him

Made from stainless steel with a mirror finish, this three-piece set is great for cutting up all your favourite cheeses on Christmas Day. It’s packaged in a glossy gift box, too.


Under £50

Uncovered by Ian Birch, £21, Amazon

Compiled by industry veteran Ian Birch, this book tells the stories behind the most ground-breaking and controversial magazine covers ever published, as told by the people who created them.


The Winter Puddings chocolate box, £22.95, Hotel Chocolat

Hotel Chocolat chocolate box

This isn’t just any box of chocolates – remove the lid to reveal 27 cakes, cookies, crumbles and more reinvented in chocolate form, from treacle tart to carrot cake. A gift for him that’s a gift for you too (as long as he’s the sharing kind, that is)…


Braun 7-in-1 multi grooming kit, £24.99, Argos

Braun multi grooming shaver kit

A useful gift for those bearded boys, this shaver kit comes with four combs for precision trimming, as well as a cleaning brush and smaller bladed shaver.


Curved Bluetooth metallic speaker, £29.99, Intempo

Intempo speakers

For the man that loves his music, these bluetooth speakers are sure to be a hit come Christmas morning.


Georg Jensen bottle opener, £35, Amazon

Impressed by the elephant’s form, designer Jørgen Møller adapted the elephant’s trunk to act as a sturdy bottle opener. Made from aluminium, this is one stylish piece to add to the kitchen utensils.


Digital radio, £32, Made

If you want to banish mobiles from the bedroom, but still need something to rouse your other half from bed in the morning, this smart walnut radio from Made will do just the trick.


Chalkboard slow cooker, £39.99, Salter

Salter chalkboard slow cooker

A slow cooker is a great kitchen gadget to have for warm, hearty meals just perfect for winter. We love that you can use chalk on this one too.


Tile Pro location tracker, £49.99, Amazon

Christmas gift guide for him Tile Pro

Prone to losing everything? The clever little bluetooth tracker Tile Pro will make that a trait of the past. You can use it to make your phone ring, even if it’s on silent!


Under £100

Cashmere-blend scarf, £50, Reiss

This super soft, midweight scarf will keep necks toasty during cold snaps. Choose from five colours.


Evoko Groupie lightening lens, £71.28, Stuff UK

Evoko Groupie lightening lens

This wide-angle illumination lens is designed for taking video conference calls on the go. Attach to any device and it’ll widen your camera’s capabilities and light up the field of view, ensuring that colleagues and acquaintances can see you clearly.


Luna Rossa Black eau de parfum, £75, Prada

Prada Luna Rossa Black eau de parfum

With notes of bergamot, amber wood and patchouli, this woody scent gives off a seductive masculine energy.


Suede trainers, £80, Le Coq Sportif

If he’s a trainer buff, these handsome sky blue kicks from French sports brand Le Coq Sportif are sure to become a firm favourite.


Emporio Armani watch, £93, Watches2U

Emporio Armani brown leather watch

This smart retro-style watch will tells the date as well as the time, featuring a thick brown leather strap with mock croc markings.


Mulberry card holder, £95, Mr Porter

Crafted from robust full-grain leather, it’ll only get softer and more patinated with wear. There’s four card slots in total, with a central slip that’s perfect for storing receipts.


Budget breakers

Francis Francis x Illy coffee machine, £175, Amazon

Francis Francis Illy coffee machine

Every man needs a good coffee machine in his life. Not only does this one make fabulous cafe-worthy coffee, it’ll look pretty swish on your kitchen countertop too.


Ring Spotlight Cam Smart Security Camera, £199, John Lewis

Christmas Gift Guide: Gifts for him

For those tech and security-savvy dads, the Ring Spotlight Cam is the perfect motion activated security camera which sends instant alerts to any smart device.


Suunto GPS watch, £249.45, Amazon

Suunto graphite traverse watch

This GPS watch is the ideal companion for hiking or trekking; it’ll track your route, count calories burnt, record speed, altitude and even give you weather forecasts and storm warnings. Impressive!


Bose Sound Bar 500, £499, John Lewis

christmas gifts for him

Bring the cinema experience home with this great soundbar. Surely this gift doubles up as a gift for you too?

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