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18 Valentine’s Day Gifts He’s Guaranteed to Love

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There’s less than two weeks to go before Valentine’s Day, meaning you’re undoubtedly scrambling to find that perfect something for your husband, significant other, son, or grandson to show them just how much you care. If you’ve been racking your brain to no avail, not to fret: We’re lined up some of the best Valentine’s Day gifts for him to be found, leaving you with a bevy of options that are sure to please, regardless of taste and budget.

What are good Valentine’s Day gifts for him?

In the day and age of Alexa, when your man can have just about anything he wants delivered to his doorstep in two days or less via Amazon Prime, it can be difficult to try and figure out what’s left over. What can you possibly buy him that he doesn’t already have? As it turns out, quite a lot, actually! We scoured the web to find some of the most practical and unique presents he’s not likely to have bought for himself — yet. Quirky, original, and downright awesome, these presents are sure to have him smiling from ear to ear as soon as he tears off the wrapping paper.

If he likes his food spicy, for instance, he’ll appreciate a hot sauce making kit ($35, UncommonGoods), while liquor aficionados are sure to go gaga for this whiskey- and rum-making kit ($75, Uncommon Goods), which comes complete with an old-timey whiskey barrel.

For the more practical man in your life, a water bottle that cleans itself ($95, Bloomingdale’s) is bound to be a surefire win — who has time to clean their water bottles daily, anyway?

If all else fails, there’s always a luxurious box of scrumptious Godiva chocolates ($49.95, Godiva) that, granted, won’t last very long, but will be extremely enjoyable while it does.

Whatever his type, be it sporty, manly, or creative, we’ve found something he’s sure to love. Keep scrolling for Woman’s World’s picks for the best Valentine’s Day gifts for him.

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