TOP 5 GADGETS FOR HIM

1. Philips Norelco QT4070 Vacuum Beard Trimmer

Guys are obsessed with facial hair, be it keeping their stubble at the perfect length, or growing the longest beard they can. So getting an electric beard trimmer can assist them when it comes to styling, and the vacuum part makes the cleanup easier as well, and avoids that morning argument.
Price: €53
Cheap Alternatives: Gillette Fusion Proglide Styler (€27)

2. Z850 Fogless Shower Mirror

This one is really cool. If you hang it in your shower, the special mirror is designed so that the steam doesn’t fog it up, meaning your man can now make his dream of shaving in the shower a reality. It also has some other cool features like an LED Light, X5 Magnification, a razor holder and a clock display.
Price: €38
Cheap Alternatives: Cassani Fogless Shower Mirror (€13 on Amazon)

3. Gaming Headset for PC/PS4/Mac/Mobile

If your boyfriend is a serious gamer, or uses Skype regularly, he’s going to need a good headset. The HyperX Cloud Gaming Headset is the best on the market; a comfortable lightweight headset with leatherette memory foam ear cups and extra set of velour ear cups. The tangle-free braided cables with inline volume control and mic-mute controls make them all your man could ever want, apart from you of course.
Price: €80.00 on Amazon.
Cheap Alternatives: Corsair Raptor HS30 (€50), TeckNet 7.1 (€27).

4. Misfit Wearable Shine

This is the sleekest of fitness trackers to date, so much so it scares us. It’s an oval shape carved out of a block of metal, and once you tap on its surface, a line of dots around its edge show you how close you are to your daily goal. You can also sync it to your iPhone by simply placing it on your screen, giving you more detailed info about your performance.
Price: €87
Cheap Alternatives: (€43 on Amazon)

5. Micro Airmax 9103 Rc Helicopter

If you really want to send him some love this year, send it via a remote controlled gadget, like the Micro Airmax 9103 Rc Helicopter, which goes forwards, backwards, up down and will have your man dizzy with love for you. Its also made in high strength metal frame, so that it can survive all the bumps your other half might throw at it.
Price: €35
Cheap Alternatives: Air Max Mini 3CH RC Helicopter (€27 on HobbyTron)

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