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Thursday, 15 August 2019
Man Cave Gifts
Man Cave Gifts Give him the Man Cave of his dreams this Father’s Day, Sunday 1st September
What man doesn't dream about a Man Cave - a space he can call his own, where he can relax or hang out with his mates. These are the gifts that every dad needs to deck out his Man Cave. The only problem is he might never want to leave!
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Here are a few of our favourite Man Cave gift ideas...
1. BOTTLE OPENER eg. Suck UK G-Clamp Bottle Opener $29.95 If he disappeared out to the shed with this innocent clamp in-hand, you might think he was just popping out to fix something, but don't be fooled! This "tool" is a handy bottle opener in disguise! Now this is the kind of DIY every guy loves.
2. DECORATION eg. 100 Things You Must Do Before You Die Poster $58.95 This poster will add a bit of colour to the walls of his Man Cave, and is a great talking point. Simply peel off the activities you’ve completed to reveal a cool illustration underneath. It’s like a Christmas advent calendar for your life. So, what are you waiting for?! Get busy!
4. FAVOURITE RECORDS eg. Art Vinyl Record Frame (3 pack) $199.95 If he loves his vintage records, he will love this unique frame to display his record covers. The frame simply flips open at the push of a button, so you can change it up as often as you like. Also available individually and in a choice of black or white.
10. AN INTERESTING GADGET eg. Fitzroy's Storm Glass $33.95 No Man Cave is complete without a cool gadget, and this Storm Glass is truly fascinating. A Storm Glass is a type of Barometer or historical weather forecasting device that came into general use in the early 1700s. The liquid in the glass changes based on varying weather conditions - it's a barometer in a glass!