Whether you've been together for a few weeks or a few years, Valentine's Day gifts are notoriously difficult to buy. Skip the stress, and make your V-Day shopping a breeze by gifting one of these 25 gifts perfect for the guy in your life.
Give him a bird's eye view by gifting a quadcopter drone. Its Wi-Fi camera streams real-time footage to his smart phone, where he can record and capture unforgettable scenes.
No use spending money on nice watches if he isn't going to protect them. The brass mustache clasp adds a touch of humor to this old-fashioned gift.
$295, Jonathan Adler
For the refined meat lover, try an Italian cookbook that maps the different cuts, cooking methods, and techniques best for everything from osso bucco to Roman lamb. The majority of these 150 recipes haven't been published in English before, so even expert chefs won't be left unsatisfied.
Portable and beautiful, these rechargeable speakers are a collaboration between LEFF Amsterdam and designer Piet Hein Eek. Pair them with mobile devices via Bluetooth, USB or an auxiliary input cable.
$189, Leff Amsterdam
Giving him the gift of good hair is a present that renews itself every day. This set includes a 2-in-1 shampoo and conditioner, styling creme, texturizing clay, and a tortoise comb — all wrapped up in a handy Dopp kit.
A modern graphic statement fitting for a home bar or kitchen, this corkscrew print is pulled from the Patent Office Archives.
$128, Oliver Gal
A fine gift that isn't a gamble, this leather backgammon set from Ralph Lauren features polished-nickel and bronze game pieces.
$486.50, Ralph Lauren
A pizza stone is a gift for both of you. The All-Clad set replicates the conditions of a commercial pizza oven, as the porous soapstone absorbs moisture from the dough while evenly transmitting heat.
Artisan leather goods company Billykirk modeled this bike pouch after a vintage bag the designers found in France. It's perfect for carrying your guy's necessities — without making him look schleppy.
Whether he is manning the grill or firing up the kiln, a leather work apron will continue to age beautifully through every task.
$375, Moore & Giles
Covered in embossed shagreen and brass, this elegant item will be the perfect blend of form and function on your guy's tabletop.
Slither into his heart over and over with this exotic and intriguing accessory (he can place it on his desk or coffee table) of unlacquered brass.
For the world traveler and adventurer, perhaps nothing will be more intriguing than a look at the largest and most expensive book to be published during the 17th century — Joan Blaeu's "Atlas Maior," filled with hundreds of intricate maps.
For the kind fella who accompanies his gal to Tiffany & Co., get him something from the store that sparkles just for him. This timeless flask is an archival design made of sterling silver.
This classic portfolio comes with a collapsible handle and will have your hun feelin' like #MrBoss.
Your guy doesn't need to be preppy to appreciate a good monogram. Make him feel distinguished and crafty with this bi-fold wallet, which features a stitched needlepoint name or monogram.
Make your fella swoon (and get a few tasty meals out of it, too) with this three-knife kitchen set made with stainless steel and rosewood handles.
Consider Johnnie Walker Blue Label the Ryan Gosling of whiskeys – no other single-malt is as smooth or elusive.
$229, Johnnie Walker
Tell him you love him to the moon and back with a timepiece that's been worn on all six lunar missions.
Designer VK Nagrani counts President George H.W. Bush and Spike Lee as fans of his socks. Way better than the pairs he gets from Costco, right?
Go ahead, let him open his present before your V-Day date – he's going to look damn good wearing this.
Hook him up with a portable charger. Gotcha, terrible phone battery!
Some gifts are cliché for good reason – and cologne is no exception. You won't be able to resist this blood orange and cedarleaf scent.
Skip the fight about who's cooking and treat him to a personal chef's dinner party in your own home.
If all else fails, two magic words: chocolate bacon.