Christmas Gifts for the Husband Who Has Everything
Virtual Reality Headset
This headset is the ultimate Christmas gift for the husband who has everything. He’ll delight in this Bluetooth-compatible device that comes equipped with access to hundreds of apps. This special Elite edition can also be used with Google Daydream, for the ultimate virtual reality experience.
To buy: $50; bloomingdales.com.
Save him a step—and ensure his phone is always germ-free—by gifting him with this smartphone charging station that also sanitizes his phone at the same time. Thanks to the built-in acoustic amplifiers, he can still listen to his favorite playlists while the closed station performs its magic. A light will illuminate once his phone is cleaned and ready to go.
To buy: $50; uncommongoods.com.
Marvis Royal Toothpaste
For the connoisseur of the finer things in life, this Christmas gift idea for your husband is sure to take center stage in his medicine cabinet. This limited edition toothpaste from Italian-based Marvis is inspired by a trip on the Orient Express, and features lemon oil, tangerines, nutmeg, and traditional fresh mint. You’ll have a hard time not sneaking some onto your brush when he’s not looking.
To buy: $15; barneys.com.
Ideal for your main squeeze who’s also a cigar aficionado, here’s a thoughtful gift he’d never splurge on himself. Lined with Spanish cedar and containing an internal humidifier and hygrometer, this wooden humidor looks more expensive than it actually is. Fill it with an assortment of his favorite cigars to complete the gesture.
To buy: $46; hayneedle.com.
What-to-Wear Wireless Weather Forecaster
One-upping the traditional indoor/outdoor thermometer, this humorous yet helpful weather forecaster includes a variety of changing clothing graphics and weather forecasting icons to help him determine what it really feels like outside. This Christmas gift idea for your husband is one he’ll appreciate long after the last present has been unwrapped.
To buy: $24; amazon.com.
Automated Floss Dispenser
If accidentally skipping his floss is a daily habit, this unexpected Christmas gift for your husband will make flossing an unforgettable (and, dare we say, fun!) part of his daily hygiene routine. The 90-second timer and reminder button will also help hold him accountable.
To buy: $30; thegrommet.com
Take his bartending skills to the next level with this set of six cocktail glasses. Each glass is a different color of the rainbow and is adorned with a graphic of a mixtape on the front. He can customize each glass to suit the recipient’s musical tastes with the included wax pencil, or simply create a groovy nickname so they don’t get confused as to whose glass is whose. This is a great Christmas gift for the husband who fondly recalls (and dearly misses) the '80s.
To buy: $50 for six; uncommongoods.com.
Grilling Plank Flight
He may already own a cedar salmon plank, but so does every other barbecue enthusiast in the neighborhood. Let him show his dinner guests who’s boss with this grilling plank flight. Featuring an assortment of seven different woods ranging from sugar maple to hickory, this is a great Christmas idea for the husband who truly has everything.
To buy: $50; amazon.com.
This smartphone projector may be tiny, but it is mighty. If he’s always wanted a fancier (and more expensive) projector, this may scratch that itch for a fraction of the price. An added bonus? It doesn’t require batteries—just make sure his phone is fully charged beforehand.
To buy: $32; nordstrom.com.
For the architecture buff in your life, he’s sure to instantly recognize Stendig’s classic calendar design. This oversized, yet useful Christmas gift idea for your husband can be proudly hung on the wall of his office for an eye-catching conversation piece that won’t go unnoticed by his colleagues.
To buy: $38; needsupply.com.
Beer-Infused Barbecue Sauce
Forget the traditional store-bought sauce. Gift your husband this delicious take on the classics, and watch your dinner guests rave while wondering what his secret ingredient is. It’s an excellent Christmas gift for the husband who takes his grilling duties very seriously.
To buy: $35 for three; uncommongoods.com.
Touch Screen Cashmere Gloves
In the middle of January, he’s sure to appreciate these sumptuous cashmere gloves that not only keep his digits toasty, but allow him to text away without exposing any appendages in the process. Free gift wrapping is included for a gift that’s sure to get your money’s worth.
To buy: $49; markandgraham.com.
Channel his inner Run-DMC with this '80s-inspired boom box cooler. Not only does the design look impressively retro, but it keeps up to 18 cans of his choice chilled and at the ready. Even better? The built-in stereo speakers pump up the jam for an impromptu dance party on the go.
To buy: $45; amazon.com.
Skull Coaster Set
Since he most likely won’t splurge on such chic, hip coasters for himself, he’ll appreciate that you thought ahead for him. Each set features 24 handmade coasters stamped with a gold foil skull for the ultimate in cool drink presentations.
To buy: $40; barneys.com.
For a husband Christmas gift that’s sure to please, this keepsake book filled with beautiful photographs of 20th century cars is one he’ll want to proudly display on the coffee table. It’s filled with the work of bold-faced artists and their specific takes on the automobile, and is accompanied by essays and quotes to boot.
To buy: $35; barnesandnoble.com.