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Some men don’t like a really clean, close shave. For them, having very fine stubbles of facial hair can help preserve the manliness of their look. However, using conventional shavers simply won’t cut it. What is needed is the Philips Norelco OneBlade Beard Trimmer. This is a full hybrid system that works to cut and trim facial hairs up to a certain length to give you the kind of manly, rugged appearance that you’re after. It comes with a dual-sided OneBlade blade that allows for easier styling and very precise edging. What’s more, the blade is actually good for 4 months before you start replacing it.
You’ll love the Dango Tactical EDC Wallet as it really doesn’t look like any of the conventional wallets we know. The Dango comes with a very slim profile yet you’d be amazed at its ability to hold up to 12 different cards. Made of high carbon stainless steel the Dango is actually embedded with 10 different tools including a nail prier, saw, knife, hex tool, ruler, paracord tensioner, and a smartphone stand, among others. It also features a state-of-the-art RFID blocking technology that’s hell-bent on protecting your cards’ sensitive information. The Dango is a classic multitool wallet that keeps all of your secrets well-protected.
If you need a little help getting around, this is one bad-ass personal electric vehicle. The Whill Model Ci has a max speed of 5 mph and a battery range of up to 10 miles; the integrated lithium-ion battery takes between 4 and 5 hours to charge. Though it’s not an all-terrain vehicle, it can handle inclines and a variety of surfaces — and the accompanying app allows family members to check battery level and location remotely. 
Whether you’re shopping for your boyfriend, brother or another special guy in your life, you know him best so take a look through our collection of cool stuff and wait for something to catch your eye. The nice thing about our gadgets is that many of them are really clever and so men don’t have to feel self-conscious about receiving a toy when they are given tech gifts from our range. Some of them are aimed at children but there’s definitely plenty of crossover. Anyway – why grow up? These toys for boys prove that there’s still plenty of fun to be had even when you’ve left your schooldays behind you.
This adorable heat-based, color-changing mug is an awesome gift for any man in your life. It is just a fun way to brighten his day – every day. With a cold beverage, the mug appears to be sleeping. Then, as heat is added, the black disappears making way for the cheery yellow happy face. One thing we have all experienced is sipping too-hot or too-cold coffee. The Chuzy Chef Heat changing mug tells you the temperature, just by looking at it.
The best cool electronics of 2017 make great electronic gifts for men, women and kids of any age. You can get a portable Pokemon power bank, DJI drones and the best USB type C accessories. We also have smart robots, and they are all under our electronic gadgets category. Some of the highlights for 2017 are electric skateboards, a neat outdoor multi-tool shovel, and the air fryer home gadget. These represent the latest healthy kitchen tech.
Because your pets want in on the tech game too!  This HD Wi-Fi cam has two-way audio so you can see and talk to your best pal and they can hear you too! Plus, load up their favorite treats and then use the app to dispense them even when you’re away.  #Insanity
Sometimes you can’t help but reach out and tap the screen, only to realise that you’re on your laptop and, erm, it’s not touch-sensitive. Your solution is the AirBar, a little black bar that sits snugly at the bottom of your screen and projects an invisible light field on the surface of your display, making it possible to touch and interact. Now available for MacBook Air, too.
Have you ever wanted a gigantic Jumbotron for your own home? Good news! Samsung has developed the MicroLED — a version of its Cinema Screen technology used in movie theaters — for your house. The new model, called The Wall, measures a mind-blowing 146 inches. 
On your “most wanted” list of kitchen tools and gadgets are likely potato mashers, can openers and food thermometers. Williams-Sonoma has a fine assortment of each, as well as colanders, strainers, food mills and splatter screens. Make a delicious fruit salad using your apple corer, melon scoop and slicers for strawberries and pineapples. Add healthy fresh vegetables to your meals with a spiralizer, greens stripper and steamers. For savory meats, poultry and seafood, let a burger press, tenderizer, poultry sheers or roast lifters lend a hand.
This unassuming speaker packs quite a punch. It delivers massive sound and can fill a room or a pool party with, thumping bass. It’s splash resistant, shockproof, and can even be hooked up to an echo dot for hands-free voice control, courtesy of Alexa. It comes in a variety of colors and will look really good virtually anywhere you end up putting it. You can even pair it up with another UE speaker via the companion smartphone app.
Fine, fine.  It’s a vacuum.  BUT it’s a wireless robot cleaning vacuum they’ll actually want this year!  Roomba 980 from iRobot not only vacuums up almost anything (with technology that won’t let it fall down the stairs) you can also schedule cleaning while you’re away at work via the app and then it automatically recharges itself when it’s done.  I mean.  #Technology
Finally, it is worth mentioning that if you are advertising health devices baby products you may need to make some clear disclaimers. Especially about certification or non-medical status of the products. Of course this is depending on the location where you are selling.
This box is the most novel gift you can buy for any man this year. Each time you use it, it turns itself off. Turn the switch on; it turns itself off again. There really is no end to what you can do with this box, and it can even glow in red. The Useless Box Gift comes with clear instructions and provides endless trickery and enjoyment.
LG kicked things off on Sunday with a TV from the realm of science fiction — a 65-inch 4K OLED display that rolls into a tube, like an upside down window shade. Imagine it at the foot of your four-poster bed or the end of your luxury bath. We can dream that this futuristic boob tube will hit the market soon, but LG hasn’t announced pricing or availability, let alone an explanation of how the thing actually works. 
…because you’ve been hearing all about this magical air frying machine that can quickly make fried chicken without oil and, well, you’ve been curious.  Read on! We’ve been researching all things “air fryers” for quite some time.  We’ve seen them everywhere lately (hello Today Show!) and wanted to some of our best picks on […]
Price: $25.00 When you have a traditional house party, you will run into a problem. It’s typically a good problem to have but, nonetheless, it is still a problem. That problem is not being able to find a game that can keep the entire party involved and happy is tough. Beer pong? Yeah, typically only…
Chopping garlic is universally recognized as one of the most irritating and tedious culinary tasks. This garlic chopper removes potential frustration and makes chopping garlic a quick and easy task. Just place garlic inside the plastic ball on the top of the gadget and roll the wheels vigorously over any surface. Have you heard of all these amazing health benefits of garlic?
Why keep all those photos in a phone that stays in a pocket? Give her the HP Sprocket so she can print them out. It makes 2-by-3-inch stickable, customizable snapshots wherever, whenever because it’s nearly as small as a smartphone.
Electonics for the kitchen aren’t only there to make tasty food and beverages. They can also ensure higher standards and maintain the quality of produce. One such kitchen gadgets are the food thermometers. These are perfect for restaurants or canteens. Where there are health and safety requirements to check on food temperatures in storage or presentation. It’s an essential gadget at a low price!
Perhaps not the most practical design for a serious chef, but it sure does look impressive – the nesting nonstick knife set from Deglon would make a nice display piece and conversation starter in any kitchen. Do check out our post on unique knives for more cool knives.
Apple slicers are must-have tools for anyone who likes to snack, dip, bake, and arrange tasty apple snacks. The Calphalon Easy Grip slicer has the added benefit of large sturdy handles for easier slicing, with a raised construction so you don’t rap your knuckles on the cutting board.
Say Hello To The Tesla Steampunk Watch! If steampunk fashion is your thing, then the Tesla Watch is for you. If science or science fiction is your thing, then the Tesla watch is for you. If you like watches, then the Tesla watch is for you. Basically, everyone should…
Deuces Siri.  Hello Alexa!  The closest thing we have to living Star Trek to date.  Hands-free, ask Alexa anything and she’ll answer. Find out the weather, traffic, how old Adele is, turn your lights on and off with just a voice command, play Jeopardy and more! Plus listen to music because, music.  Available in several different styles.

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    Chandra is senior features writer at PCMag.com. She got her tech journalism start at CMP/United Business Media, beginning at Electronic Buyers’ News, then making her way over to TechWeb and VARBusiness.com. Chandra’s happy to make a living writing, something she didn’t think she could do and why she chose to major in political science at Barnard Co… See Full Bio

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