Holiday Countdown Gift Guide: More Nifty Gifts for Men (Probably)

Wearables     clockwise

The Gentleman Rancher’s Flannel Lined Insulated Vest: quilted flannel lining that keeps warmth inside, heavy 100% cotton canvas twill outer shell and insulating flannel. . Fabrics used in the vest are eco-friendly and sustainably manufactured. Brown canvas twill with red plaid lining. 100% polyester polyfill. Machine washable. Imported. Men’s sizes M, L, XL, 2XL.  Sale $89.95

Golf Ball Locating Glasses– These are the glasses that help golfers locate golf balls obscured by shadows and thick rough. The lenses have a blue pigment that filters light as it passes through, making white golf balls easier to locate against dark backgrounds. The glasses have a flexible plastic-resin frame that wraps around the face for optimal comfort and fit. Includes a drawstring bag that stores and protects the glasses. Not intended for use as sunglasses. One size fits most. 1 3/4″ H x 5 3/4″ W x 6″ L. (1 oz.) $39.95

The Adjustable Rechargeable Heated Ear Warmers: Deliver up to six hours of cordless heat. A panel placed over the right ear provides a steady source of soothing warmth to both ears no matter how low the thermometer falls. Wraparound style has an adjustable back strap that keeps the warmers securely in place. Rechargeable battery pack supplies up to six hours of heat on the lowest setting (two hours on high) from a three-hour charge using the included USB charging cable. Soft micro-fleece fabric. Black. One size fits all. $59.95

The Everyday Heated Gloves: Available only from Hammacher Schlemmer, these are the everyday gloves that provide three levels of heat for chilly fall and winter evenings. Up to 5 1/2 hours of heat on low and 2 hours of heat on high, reaching temperatures of 80.2° F and 135.6° F, respectively. Temperature adjusts with a pushbutton control on top of each wrist that can be operated without removing gloves, and the lightweight batteries zip into the palm side of each cuff. With touchscreen-compatible fingertips on thumb and index and a 100% polyester lining. Outer shell 70% polyester/30% nylon. Imported. Charges via AC. Black/Grey. $149.95  

Useful Tools

Left: Outdoorsman: Survival kit with 21 ‘tools’: 14 in 1 Hatchet, 18 in 1 Snowflake Multi Tool, Tactical Pen, Multi-use Spoon Fork, Survival Bracelet, Flashlight, Whistle, Survival Bracelet, Water Bottle Clip, Emergency Blanket, Parachute Cord, 2pcs Carabiner, Flint Stone Scraper, 2pcs Glow Sticks, Fishing accessories, 2pcs AA Battery and Waterproof Box. $29.99 

Right: The Best Knife Sharpener: This knife sharpener earned The Best rating from the Hammacher Schlemmer Institute because it produced the sharpest, most resilient edges. The Best Knife Sharpener also won for its list of features including an auto-adjusting sharpening angle (from 12 1/2 to 22 1/2) and its versatility that allows it to be used on single-edge, double-edge, and wide-tooth serrated knives. Black or Silver. 3 1/2″ L x 4 1/2″ H x 3 1/2″ D.  $119.95

Miscellaneous     clockwise

Smartphone Photo Printer: Works with all iPhones, iPads and Galaxy/Android devices to make borderless 4”x 6” color prints in seconds. Simply download the free app to crop, edit, apply filters and make collages and ID photos. Sale $135.99

Stress Buster Desktop Punching Bag: The durable spring bounces the punching boxing stress ball back every time you hit it. Heavy duty composition. Punching ball comes with an air pump to ensure that the ball is always inflated and ready for action $21.95

The Award Winning Ergonomic Head Shaver: Named one of the best bald head shavers two years in a row, this is the ergonomic head groomer that makes it fast and easy to create a clean shaved look. Made of stainless steel, it fits comfortably in the palm for precise control and enables shaving with either hand in any direction. Has an LCD that displays battery life. Charges via USB; a full charge provides up to 60 minutes of power.  $49.95

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