The Gents No Fuss Gift Guide.

January 1, 2017

 

There will always be the next new gadget that you may want or some other groundbreaking toy, but we’ve come up with a few gifts that every man is guaranteed to love be it for valentines, birthdays or Christmas. You'll find something you'll want!

 

Tom Ford Sonnenbrille Snowdon Sunglasses 

Whether you're heading for the snowy piste or just need to stop the low sun glare while driving, the Tom Ford Snowdons' are a mans best friend all year round. A modern, envisioning on the legendary wayfarer. There simplicity is there elegance. Available in several colour choices but we recommend the Havana, as sported by Her Majesty's finest secret agent.


Tom Ford Sonnenbrille Snowdon (FT0237) - £170

 

Body Composition Wi-Fi scale

Ordinary bathroom scales offer very little valuable information, you may very well be loosing fat and adding muscle and feel depressed when the scale doesn't budge. These Wi-Fi scales use a patented Position ControlTM technology to deliver the most accurate readings of your body composition (weight, body fat, muscle, bone and water). It automatically synchronises with your smartphone to display your trends and help you reach your weight goals.  

 

Withings Body - Body Composition Wi-Fi scale - £79 - Amazon.co.uk

 

Gramovox Bluetooth Gramophone

A masterful pairing of old-school sensibilities and modern tech, give the gift of great interior design and even better sound quality. Crafted from steel and a single, solid block of walnut, the old stereo will pale in comparison.

 

Gramovox Bluetooth Gramophone - $349.99 // £231.74

 

PROMiXX: The Original Vortex Mixer Bottle.

If you're struggling to get your daily intake of nutrients or have just started hitting the gym hard, then like 64% of us you'll be using one sports supplement or another. Mixing them properly however can be tricky, often having clumpy or unmixed powder in your drinks or shakes. The promixx is the original "blender bottle" and creates super-smooth shakes at the press of a button. Using high quality materials, including plastic that doesn't taint your drink. 

 Promixx Original - £17.95 - Amazon.co.uk

 

Billy Reid Peacoat

The Peacoat has become a design staple in many mens wardrobes in recent years. Properly cared for it can act as a dressy, business overcoat. Teamed with jeans and sweaters it becomes casual, autumn wear. Warm, smart and refined. Billy Reid is an Alabaman designer, with a flair for smart, rustic simplicity. Unlike most military style peacoats, the collar has been drastically cut down to accommodate modern shirts, suits and knitwear worn as base layers.

 

Billy Reid Bond Peacoat - Navy $695

 

 

The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well

A book that should be in every gentlemans' library. Ever wondered why Denmark is always ranked one of the happiest places on earth? Well, that's down to hygge. (pronounced HOO-ga), is the Danish word for enjoying life's simple pleasures. This could be spending time with friends and family, getting all cosy at home with candles and a good book or enjoying good food. Basically it cannot be translated into one word, but this wonderful little book helps to illustrate exactly how you can make your life more hygge and happy.

The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well - £5.95

 

 

Billingham Bag - Hadley Large

Icons in the world of camera bags, balancing style with substance and are therefore considered the holy grail of camera bags by those who use them. Originally conceived as fishing or shooting bags, they were quickly adopted by photojournalists for their robust, silent and waterproof qualities. Remove the liner and you have a generous shoulder bag that will last years!

 

 Billingham Hadley Large Khaki - £130

 

There you have it, no matter what you get or give we here at Blades are here to steer you right! Do you have any suggestions to add to the list? Drop use a line and we'll see about adding it!

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