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2016 Holiday Gift Guide: Budget

Holiday bills add up. Finish your gift shopping without completely breaking the bank with these twenty gifts, all but one which cost $40 or less. They include a thrifty backup battery with enough juice to refuel your phone 4 or 5 times over, a book that becomes a rudimentary camera, coins with hollowed out interiors good for stashing (tiny) things, and a wireless audio streamer to modernize your old school…

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2016 Holiday Gift Guide: Wild Card

Some people are consistently harder to shop for than others. Maybe they’ve already got just about everything and don’t fit any specific stereotype. Hence the need for our 2016 Holiday Wild Card Gift Guide. There’s no pattern here, just randomness and cool stuff a wide range of personalities can appreciate. Some notables include a multitasking pan that can cook up a full meal simultaneously, a minimalist razor, a hoodie that…

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2016 Holiday Gift Guide: Tech

Staying on the cutting edge isn’t cheap, so our 2016 Tech Holiday Gift Guide runs a little pricier than the others. But the practicality and sheer cool factor of these devices — which include both Google’s and Amazon’s home assistants, the best noise cancelling headphones, the best e-reader, a portable outlet, and an exceedingly user-friendly router — is worth the shelling out of a few extra bucks. Google Home – $130 Sonos Play:1 –…

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2016 Holiday Gift Guide: The Foodie

This one’s for the foodie(s) you know. And the coffee addict. And the person who likes their drink just a little too much. Some notable items on the guide (they’re all notable if you ask us, but if we have to choose) include a cookbook that can convince even the laziest human to cook, glasses to properly aerate your whisky and wine, a sous vide circulator that’ll run you just a hundred bucks,…

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2016 Holiday Gift Guide: Outdoors

There’s barely a month left until the holidays. Hopefully you’ve got some sort of idea of what you’re going to get for the person who can’t ever seem to stay indoors for long (or who can’t stop moving). If not, we’ve got sixteen gift ideas for that person (or for yourself) below. They include a saddle that doesn’t require a long and painful break in, a no-compromise multitool, a multitool in a belt, a…

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2016 Father’s Day Gift Guide

Every father is different and unique. As is every father’s day gift budget. We’ve put together a gift guide with a selection of interesting last minute gifts for your perusal, including containers of Sriracha packets for dads who insist on bringing some along everywhere, a few style accessories to spruce up his style, a wine system to let him extract enjoy one glass of wine without spoiling the…

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2015 Holiday Gift Guide: On a Budget

Predictably, the holidays have a way of annihilating the contents of our wallets. So we’ve put together a list of gifts that cost up to $34 and won’t totally break the bank, unless of course you buy all of them. Also be sure to check out our other four themed gift guides here, which span various gift ideas across a range of prices. 1. Collar Stay Punch – $30 9. Basics Wallet –…

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2015 Holiday Gift Guide: The Techie

The Techie revels in innovation and leverages technology to facilitate his life — and his plethora of devices are never without juice for long. We’ve gathered up three handfuls of interesting gadgets, toys, and devices that’ll impress even the most cutting-edge individuals.  Also be sure to check out our other four themed gift guides here, which span various gift ideas across a range of prices. 1. Anova Sous Vide Cooker – $165 9. Bowers & Wilkins…

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2015 Holiday Gift Guide: The Foodie

We don’t cover much food per se on GearHungry, rather food-related indispensables. And when we say Foodie we don’t mean to exclude anyone with a healthy love of coffee or alcohol. This year’s picks include Darth Vader’s oven mitt, a spatula with a built in flashlight, a safe for your guilty pleasure, plus a kit to spice up your in-flight drinking.  Also be sure to check out our other four themed…

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2015 Holiday Gift Guide: The Outdoorsman

Good gear matters, particularly when it’s freezing outdoors. Or you need to start a fire and have nothing but your laced shoes. Or need a multitool fit for your pocket and another one for your hair. Either way we’ve got you (and the lucky recipients of your gifts) covered with our first 2015 Holiday Gift Guide: The Outdoorsman.  Also be sure to check out our other four themed gift guides here,…

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2015 Father’s Day Gift Guide

We can’t help you much with Mother’s Day, but Father’s Day is right up our alley, and rapidly approaching (June 21st, if you weren’t keeping track). Fourteen gift ideas span the price spectrum and also suit a wide spectrum of dads. And just guys in general. 1. Aer Duffel Pack – $150 8. Tactica One Bottle Opener – $30 2. Make Your Own Hot Sauce kit – $35 9. Cyntur…

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2014 Budget Gift Guide: Under 40$

Chances are you’re on the verge of losing complete control over your holiday spending. Fortunately, we’ve composed a list of solid stocking stuffers — with a cutoff of about 40 bucks — that’ll help get you through the end of the year without completely bulldozing your year’s savings. 1. Whiskey Wedge – $15 9. Gen Mgf Co Finn Concrete Coaster – $14 2. Dubs Acoustic Filters – $25 10. Spy…

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2014 Gift Guide: Everyday Carry

Technically, everybody has an everyday carry. Some are just more enthusiastic regarding the meticulously-handpicked contents in their own. The following items bring diverse value to the EDC of the person you’re gifting — or, more likely, your own — spanning from laces that can start a fire, multitool belts and hair clips, to just generally compact, quality stuff. 1. Flint Laces – $14 9. Retrakt Pen – $40+ 2….

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2014 Gift Guide: The Outdoorsman

There’s a lot to like about nature. But that doesn’t include getting lost, getting wet, freezing, going thirsty, or countless other unpredictable scenarios that come with being unprepared. The Outdoorsman knows that, though he can probably use a bit of help gathering some good gear since this stuff doesn’t come cheap. 1. Pat’s Backcountry Beverages (refills) – $46 9. Alite Bison Chair – $140 2. Goal Zero Torch 250 – $80…

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2014 Gift Guide: The Techie

We all know a guy who’s a single wire or gadget short of being plugged into the Matrix — you might even see a little bit of that in yourself, and we’re not judging. Granted, modern devices are pricy and go obsolete rather quickly, but a steady stream of new blood keeps The Techie wholly satisfied. 1. Kindle Voyage – $220 8. Jawbone Up Move – $50 2. Normal Custom-Fitted…

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2014 Gift Guide: The Jetsetter

Get a head start on your holiday shopping for that friend or guy in your life who just can’t seem to stay in one place. Whether it’s about travelling with a wrinkle-free suit, blocking out unwanted noises on flights, or packing shirts that never wrinkle or need washing, we’ve got you covered. 1. DSPTCH Dopp kit – $62 7. Sadapter – $13 2. Henty Wingman Suit Bag – $200 8. Handpresso Wild Hybrid – $123 3. CalypsoTag – $100 9. Scrubba…