7 Best Gift Ideas for Men Who Already Have Everything

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With countless wallets, cufflinks, and ties already stuffed in the back of their drawer, finding unique gifts for men who already have everything can be tricky. Maybe he doesn’t know what he wants, or has too many interests to keep track of, or you don’t want to get him something too generic. These 7 best gift ideas for men who already have everything are on the pricier side, which makes them perfect for a group gift, so bring family and friends together to chip in to show appreciation for your best friend, brother, or dad!

Whether your best friend’s birthday is around the corner or you’re looking for ways to celebrate Dad on Father’s Day, Presently is here to help you take the stress out of finding the perfect present for your favorite guy.


For the ultimate athlete: Adidas RPT-01 Sport On-Ear Headphones

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Trying to keep earbuds from falling out during a particularly intense workout is a struggle most athletes know all too well, and clunky on-ear headphones can grow sweaty and uncomfortable over time. The Adidas RPT-01 Headphones ($169) are designed with exercise in mind, built to be sweat-resistant and comfortable for longer workouts. Tired of tangled wires? No problem – these wireless headphones even come with removable and washable ear pads so he can appreciate all of his tunes without the hassle.


For the trekking enthusiast: Snaptain SP500 GPS Drone

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Those who love hiking and seeking out gorgeous views know it’s critical to get the perfect shot. The Snaptain drone makes aerial photography simple, allowing him to capture beautiful vistas or stunning motion footage from a birds eye view without having to scale a tree or fly a helicopter. The Snaptain SP500 GPS ($149) is uniquely useful for hikers thanks to its built-in Follow Me mode, which helps you get live footage of your family or friend scrambling over rocks or wading through rivers completely hands-free.


For the beer lover: Craft Beer Club subscription

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Beer lovers know that the best brews are always the overlooked local gems, but it’s not easy to find time to go out and try them all. The Craft Beer Club ($43/mo) subscription eliminates the hassle and allows him to try out exceptional craft beers from around the country straight from home. CBC will ship 12 beers right to his door, along with a few bonus gifts and a newsletter with background information on all the brews. One of the best gift ideas for men, as it’s easy to create new experiences with friends and family through it!


For the new dad who loves an early morning run: Bumbleride Speed Jogging Stroller

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Even a sleepless night can’t stop dad from getting his morning run in! Solve two problems at once and get him the Bumbleride Speed Jogging Stroller ($589). This stroller is super durable and its speed-3 wheel swivel steering is perfect for running. It’s also car seat compatible, super lightweight, and can handle a kiddo up to 65 lbs!


For the film buff: Kodak’s Ultra Mini Portable Projector

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Whether he is a diehard cinephile or just loves a good family movie night, creating an ideal viewing space is often difficult without movie theaters fully open. The Kodak’s Ultra Mini Portable Projector ($169.99) is the perfect way to bring the theater home! And, the portable projector fits in a pocket, so they can bring that HD movie night to a relative’s house or a backyard hangout easily.


For the Sentimental dad back in the office: Pix-Star 10 Inch Digital Picture Frame

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Is your dad back at work and already missing the family photos on the fridge? Check out Pix-Star’s 10 Inch Digital Picture Frame ($155). Display high-resolution photos of your family, pets, or the favorite child (you?) and watch your dad brag to his co-workers about the thoughtful gift. This picture frame is one of the best gift ideas for men even for those who aren’t tech-savvy, with easy WIFI set up and pairing in minutes. Photos can be added straight from your phone or laptop for a perfect addition to any workplace or at-home office.


For the grill master: Williams-Sonoma All-Clad Stainless Steel Grilling Basket & Omaha Steaks

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While most people think grilling is all about meat, an expert griller knows that the smaller sides that can’t be cooked on an open fire are equally important. A Williams-Sonoma Stainless Steel Cooking Basket ($79.95) can be placed atop any conventional grill and used to sear loose vegetables, shrimp, or fries without sticking to the grates, allowing for a more even sear and an easier cleanup. Want to round out the meal? Send your griller an order of Omaha Steaks that can be delivered right to his door – check out Omaha’s Father’s Day favorites ($159.99) here.


Gather a group to collaborate on a memorable gift

Whether the recipient is an athlete, a master chef, or a doting father, get him a unique gift that lets him know all he means to you and your friends or family. Choose your favorite idea (or two) from the list above and organize a group gift with your loved ones through Presently!

And hey, sometimes a gift isn’t what’s needed to show your love and appreciation. In those cases, a heartfelt collection of messages from loved ones may be just the right ‘gift’. We make it easy to collect messages for a group card, too.

If you’re still browsing for Father’s Day ideas, now’s the perfect time to get started on a gift or card.


Presently is a group-gifting platform that gives people an easy way to contribute to a single gift, together. Presently enables communities to gift better, choosing quality over quantity. Organize a group gift here.

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