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Old Nov 26th, 2017, 05:22 AM   21
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So far i have him a mi band fitness tracker. ( would have opted for a more expensive one but i figured if it gets soaked at work, no major harm done. )
I am ordering him a bike stand once i get paid.
I think i have a small bottle of cool water aftershave for his work locker.
Desperately looking for an idea for one more thing. We agreed 4 gifts each is all we are buying.
He has an xbox one but doesnt use it often. Cycles, loves his bike and wants to get into more maintenance side of it.
Doesnt really have any hobbies. Worlds worst person to buy for.
What about new cycling shoes or clothing? New seat? Helmet? A servicing subscription?
It was his birthday last monthand he got mostly money. Hismum got him a service which has become a yearly thing. He bought himself some cycling shoes. We got him gloves for his birthday. He has not long got a new helmet and seat.

But, you have just reminded me he could do with a new top, its a base layer type one with a hood and a bit that covers his mouth. I hate the rush of washing and drying between uses.if anyone knows what one of these is called. He also got a puncture this am, which made me think about a set of tools. Not sure what kind of tools but bike fixing tools.and the correct sized pump.
Thank you. I love how helpfull this site is.



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Old Nov 26th, 2017, 09:15 AM   22
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I bought my husband the Seek thermal imaging camera for iPhone from Amazon in the Black Friday sale. Couldn't usually afford to splash out on this but instead of being 300 it was about 175 or something. Still expensive but he's wanted it for ages as he's into the paranormal and these show up any spirits there fabulously, and since our house is full of them he should have a lot of fun with it
He guessed I got him that and I knew he would but I told him unfortunately it wasn't in the sale so was unaffordable, hopefully he believes my little white lie.
Usually I would go for a weapon of some kind, guns or swords, but he bought a new revolver recently and I bought him a samurai sword for Father's Day this year so I think he has enough for now lol I wouldn't know what else in that department to buy him anyway except perhaps another air rifle but he doesn't have anywhere to use one of those at the moment where we currently are.
I may buy him his favourite manfume, I did think of something the other day but I can't remember what it is.

Obviously when I say guns I don't mean live! Just thought I ought to clarify this before armed response descend on our doorstep



 
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So far i have him a mi band fitness tracker. ( would have opted for a more expensive one but i figured if it gets soaked at work, no major harm done. )
I am ordering him a bike stand once i get paid.
I think i have a small bottle of cool water aftershave for his work locker.
Desperately looking for an idea for one more thing. We agreed 4 gifts each is all we are buying.
He has an xbox one but doesnt use it often. Cycles, loves his bike and wants to get into more maintenance side of it.
Doesnt really have any hobbies. Worlds worst person to buy for.
What about new cycling shoes or clothing? New seat? Helmet? A servicing subscription?
It was his birthday last monthand he got mostly money. Hismum got him a service which has become a yearly thing. He bought himself some cycling shoes. We got him gloves for his birthday. He has not long got a new helmet and seat.

But, you have just reminded me he could do with a new top, its a base layer type one with a hood and a bit that covers his mouth. I hate the rush of washing and drying between uses.if anyone knows what one of these is called. He also got a puncture this am, which made me think about a set of tools. Not sure what kind of tools but bike fixing tools.and the correct sized pump.
Thank you. I love how helpfull this site is.
It may be out of your price limit but this one is 120 LINK
I can't find any other brands, but eBay/Amazon may do a cheaper version?

Wiggle have a decent kit for for 39.99 LINK



 
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So far i have him a mi band fitness tracker. ( would have opted for a more expensive one but i figured if it gets soaked at work, no major harm done. )
I am ordering him a bike stand once i get paid.
I think i have a small bottle of cool water aftershave for his work locker.
Desperately looking for an idea for one more thing. We agreed 4 gifts each is all we are buying.
He has an xbox one but doesnt use it often. Cycles, loves his bike and wants to get into more maintenance side of it.
Doesnt really have any hobbies. Worlds worst person to buy for.
What about new cycling shoes or clothing? New seat? Helmet? A servicing subscription?
It was his birthday last monthand he got mostly money. Hismum got him a service which has become a yearly thing. He bought himself some cycling shoes. We got him gloves for his birthday. He has not long got a new helmet and seat.

But, you have just reminded me he could do with a new top, its a base layer type one with a hood and a bit that covers his mouth. I hate the rush of washing and drying between uses.if anyone knows what one of these is called. He also got a puncture this am, which made me think about a set of tools. Not sure what kind of tools but bike fixing tools.and the correct sized pump.
Thank you. I love how helpfull this site is.
It may be out of your price limit but this one is 120 LINK
I can't find any other brands, but eBay/Amazon may do a cheaper version?

Wiggle have a decent kit for for 39.99 LINK
😂 i dont love him that much!
But the tool kit, is perfect, i think. It looks the same shade of blue as his bike. No idea what it is all used for, but looks like the kind of bits he would need. Thank you.



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Hahaha! Maybe an overhead snood which can be tucked in? And you're welcome



 
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My oh has his birthday on December 16th so it used to be really hard then we decided to not do presents at all which was great, then this year his been really stressed and miserable so I brought him a PS4 in the Black Friday sales and gave it to him early and then he spent all day arguing with me about crap so I might take it back and let him have nothing again



 
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My oh has his birthday on December 16th so it used to be really hard then we decided to not do presents at all which was great, then this year his been really stressed and miserable so I brought him a PS4 in the Black Friday sales and gave it to him early and then he spent all day arguing with me about crap so I might take it back and let him have nothing again
My husband's birthday is Boxing Day of all days lol
Yeah, take it back and spend the money on yourself as an apology on his behalf lol



 
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Hubby quit smoking about 6 months ago and vapes now. He's got one but it's aluminium and quite boring really. I've seen a green camo one I think he would love in the same model so he's getting that. He's actually said he would love to get something that is more visually appealing.



 
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Hubby quit smoking about 6 months ago and vapes now. He's got one but it's aluminium and quite boring really. I've seen a green camo one I think he would love in the same model so he's getting that. He's actually said he would love to get something that is more visually appealing.
The Smok Procolour is fab, comes in all different colours (I have the rainbow one) and also has a lovely digital display which you can change the colour of, also lights up and changes colours when you use it. It goes up to 225W, you can alter puffs limit, voltage, watts, ohms and it displays the battery life too. It's 50 plus 20 for the two batteries for it and I think they're available in red, gold, silver, rainbow, purple, blue and green



 
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Hubby quit smoking about 6 months ago and vapes now. He's got one but it's aluminium and quite boring really. I've seen a green camo one I think he would love in the same model so he's getting that. He's actually said he would love to get something that is more visually appealing.
The Smok Procolour is fab, comes in all different colours (I have the rainbow one) and also has a lovely digital display which you can change the colour of, also lights up and changes colours when you use it. It goes up to 225W, you can alter puffs limit, voltage, watts, ohms and it displays the battery life too. It's 50 plus 20 for the two batteries for it and I think they're available in red, gold, silver, rainbow, purple, blue and green
Not sure if we have that available in our shop here in NZ so I might check out Amazon. I'll have a look at that. Thank you.



 
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