We all know that buying for men can be a tricky task. They can be guilty of just buying themselves whatever they feel like throughout the year, and then when asked what they want for Christmas, just responding with a shrug.
Following the advice of askmen.com, we are going to list some of the top men’s gifts for 2014, just to help all you guys and girls get some ideas.
Food & Drink
For men who enjoy a little tipple, you could treat him to Pink Pepper Gin (£47.99), Haig Whiskey (£37), or Redbreast 12 year-old Cask Strength Whiskey (£63.99). And what about some Copenhagen Whiskey Glasses (£35.50 for set of two), or even Game of Thrones Wine Glasses (£40) emblazoned with the sigil of each house for any aspiring Ned Starks in your life. For the lazier gentleman, a new Pop-Up Hotdog Toaster (£50) is the ideal appliance for quick meals.
Boys will love their toys – and this year it’s simple to find the tech accessory to please. Apple iPad Air 2 (£399) was launched in October and is the most impressive tablet on the market. For film buffs, a Epson Projector (£1299) would make their Christmas, although is a little on the expensive side. Home entertainment can be vastly improved by getting a Sonos Play 1 (£169), or if you’d rather not listen to their musical preference – Turtle Beach Shadow Headphones (£79.99) may do the trick.
Fashion can be difficult to buy for yourself, let alone anyone else. Well, why not get the Chatham Luxe Loafers (£129), simple yet stylish, you can’t go wrong. Luxury gifts don’t get any more luxurious than a £3,550 watch, but the Bell & Ross BR03 Golden Heritage is worth every penny.
There is obviously a huge range of possible gifts for a man at Christmas, I hope we have inspired you when it comes to ideas. What are you planning to get the men in your life this year? Who is the most difficult person to buy for in your family and why? Let us know in the comments.