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Valentine’s Day Gifts for Him: 50 Non-Cheesy Presents He'll Love

Whether you want something cool, cheeky, funny or romantic, we've found the Valentine's gifts for him. Don't worry they're (nearly) all non-cheesy, and will delight even the hardest-to-buy-for boyfriend, fiancé or husband.

Mug with three spider mans pointing at each other

Mug with three spider mans pointing at each other

Valentine's Day shopping for the man in your life can be a minefield. That's why we've put together the ultimate guide to Valentine's gifts for him for 2023.

The best Valentine's Day presents are everyday luxuries based on something the recipient already enjoys. Remember, it's about what he actually wants, rather than what you think he should want. You may want him to read more, for example, but if that's just not his thing, a book club subscription is going to be pretty pointless. Similarly, a man who isn't into running isn't going to start joyfully pounding the pavements after you produce a Valentine's Day Fitbit.

A gift for him on Valentine's Day should say: I see what you love, and I want to give you more of it.

Is he into cooking? Some high-quality kitchen tech should go down a treat. Does he take his grooming seriously? There are gorgeous products and sets that can upgrade his experience. Is he a real homebody? Get him some time-saving devices or a chic interior buy to make his space feel even better. And so on. 

From cool tech to non-cheesy Valentine's day gifts for him, there's a thoughtful present here to suit all kinds of interests. Get ready to have his Valentine's Day gift sorted in record time this year!

Want even more gift ideas? We've got an edit of the best gifts for boyfriends or husbands for any occasion!

The 50 Best Valentine's Day Gift Ideas For Him

1. Mauli Nourish Post-Shave & Beard Oil – £44, Mauli

Bottle of beard oil

Treat your partner to some pampering with Mauli's renowned beard oil. He can still enjoy it even without facial topiary, as apparently it works a treat as a soothing post-shave oil, too. It is scented with lime, sweet blood orange, jasmine and sandalwood, so he'll smell gorgeous when you go in for a Valentine's day kiss!

Pros & Cons: This beard oil might seem a little pricey but it's a great investment as a little goes a long way. He'll only need a few drops so the 30ml bottle will last ages. 

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2. Re-Charge Black Pepper Eau de Parfum 100ml – £120, Molton Brown

Brown and silver bottle of Molton Brown fragrance

The fragrance notes of this Eau de Parfum include bergamot, cardamom, cedarwood, vetiver, and of course black and pink pepper - a delicious combination for nights out or snuggled up together on the sofa. The marble top bottle looks seriously cool too, and will take pride of place on his dresser. 

Pros & Cons: Reviews state that this fragrance lasts all day and is a timelessly classic scent. It has strong notes, making it best suited to be worn in an evening. 

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3. Gift Card – from £50, Reiss

REISS gift card

Unless you know your partner's taste inside out, buying clothes as a Valentine's Day present is a tricky enterprise. Make life easier by giving him a Reiss gift card, so he can choose his own, whether loungewear, sportswear or something smarter. You can select a value of £50-£500 so it's a gift that can cater to most budgets. 

Pros & Cons: A gift card is far from boring as the REISS gift cards allow you to include a personal message so you can pen your loved one something sweet. 

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4. Discovery Shaving Box, from £24.95, The Personal Barber

Shaving subscription box filled with razors and products

Help your partner up his razor game with the Discovery Shaving Box from The Personal Barber. Choose to get wet shaving goods delivered to their door every six or 12 weeks. The first box includes the basics, such as a razor, brush and cream, and the onward boxes will keep his routine interesting with the likes of balms, scrubs and colognes. 

Pros & Cons: Your partner will be so grateful for this gift as it'll handle the chore of remembering to buy new blades! You can also upgrade the razor in the initial kit to premium quality. 

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5. The Elvis Cheese Subscription – from £31.50 for 6 Months, Cheese Geek

Blocks of cheese on stands

For another gift that'll keep on giving beyond Valentine's Day, buy him a cheese subscription from Cheese Geek. For the duration of the subscription, he can enjoy sumptuous cheeses delivered to his door. The box can be made bespoke, so if he isn't a fan of blue cheese, goat's cheese or is a vegetarian, his dietary requirements will be catered to. 

Pros & Cons: We recommend adding some crackers and chutney to your box as well! It is an additional £5 but it'll complete his cheese board. 

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6. 5-Pack Low Rise Trunks – £65, Calvin Klein

Model wearing a pair of Calvin Klein underwear with a pink waistband

Underwear is a classic Valentine's Day gift for him - who doesn't like to feel attractive in well-fitted pants? Obviously, we're not talking your regular high street value-buys. Instead, treat him to some Calvins. The sexy style features a pink waistband, which we think is a cute nod to the holiday.

Sizing: S-XL

Pros & Cons: Although you might not typically spend £65 on underwear, Valentine's Day is the perfect occasion to do so. It's a gift they might not treat themselves too which is always an excellent route to go down. 

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7. Global G3 Carving Knife 21cm – £129.00, Lakeland

Kitchen knife

A high-quality knife is a thoughtful Valentine's Day gift if your partner loves to cook. You could spend hundreds on a set, but it makes more sense to invest in Global's iconic Carving Knife, an award-winning blade that can be used for pretty much anything from slicing and dicing to chopping with precision.

Pros & Cons: This practical gift is an idea that shows you are in touch with his hobbies. To give it a more romantic touch, wrap up some ingredients too for his favourite dish and have a night in cooking together. 

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8. Football Commentary Chart – £28, Commentary Charts

Football commentary print in a black frame

These football charts are based on the notes compiled by legendary commentator Clive Tyldesley for key games. Simply find your partner's team, select a game and order a chart, either framed or unframed. You can choose from A4 or A3 so it can fit into any corner of his home. 

Pros & Cons: You might want to double check which football team he supports before you get this gift! Clive can write a short bespoke message and sign your artwork to make your present extra special. 

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9. Nordace Siena Smart Backpack – £139, Nordace

Black smart backpack with tan zippers and 'Nordace' label on front

He can use this cool rucksack for weekends away, the gym and the office. With a USB charging station and a sleek structural design, it's the ideal gift for the modern on-the-go man. Available in several colours, pick his favourite or a neutral shade that will match any outfit. 

Pros & Cons: This specialised design means it'll keep its shape whether it is empty or full. It has so many amazing features, including a fleece-lined pocket for glasses and an anti-theft pocket. 

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10. Cosy Cotton Unisex Bath Robe, Steel – £50, John Lewis

Soft cotton bath robe in grey with belt tie and two pockets

This unisex robe just screams cosiness and comfort. With its plush fabric, it promises long mornings and evenings lounging together in style - the perfect Valentine's Day sentiment. Reviews state that it washes and lasts well. 

Sizing: M-XL

Pros & Cons: This robe has an oversized fit so we recommend sizing down or wearing in the winter when you want to be snug. 

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11. Make Your Own Gin Kit Deluxe Edition – £42, Kitchen Provisions

Make your own gin kit

This Valentine's Day kit lets him perform a magic trick: turning vodka into gin. Well, it's not as simple as waving a wand, but we bet he'll enjoy using the botanicals and blends to create his own drink. The gin can be ready and made in just 24 hours. 

Pros & Cons: You'll need to buy the vodka separately but that means you can choose a brand to your taste and budget.

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12. Navi XL Automatic 41mm Leather Strap Watch – £239, Timex

Black watch

A watch is a great option if you want to get him a Valentine's Day gift that'll last for years. The diver-inspired Timex Navi XL not only looks cool, but as it's automatic, he won't need to worry about the battery running down. It can store a whopping 40 hours of energy!

Pros & Cons: This design is best for those who wear a watch everyday as it'll keep ticking as long as it keeps moving. If it is left motionless for over 40 hours, it can still be used, simply wind the watching using the crown. 

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13. Gun Metal Chivalrous Collection Watch – £495, William Wood

Gun metal watch with a black leather strap and blue hands

For a watch brand with a special heritage, check out William Wood, named for the owner's grandfather who served in the British Fire Service. The Gun Metal watch is beautifully designed - and it's hand-crafted in the workshop using upcycled firefighting materials.

Pros & Cons: This is one of the more expensive Valentine's Day gift ideas for him on our list, but it is a luxury buy that has a lovely meaning to it. If you are giving it to your future husband-to-be, he could wear it on the big day - see even more wedding watches if you love this idea.

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14. Sonic Watch – £159, MVMT

Sonic watch

MVMT is the brand to know for cool, affordable watches. We particularly like the future-retro vibes of the Sonic watch, perfect if your partner prefers a pared-back style that favours contemporary design over classic style. You can add a gift box for an extra £9. 

Pros & Cons: This is a unique design that will stand out from the crowd. It is still simple enough to be worn everyday, yet it makes a statement and will elevate any outfit. 

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15. GA-710B-1A9ER – £119, G-Shock

G-Shock watch with black and gold detailing

If your partner likes stand-out accessories, we suggest you make your way over to G-Shock - specifically, this design, a bold style with a 3D face and enlarged watch hands that are made to mimic carved metal. It is water resistant and the battery will last up to five years. 

Pros & Cons: The glass is durable and won't scratch easily. If your partner would prefer a silent watch, the tones on the mode buttons can be switched off. 

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16. Beer52 Beer Subscription – from £74 for 3 Months, Find Me A Gift

Beer subscription

Is your partner a beer connoisseur? Give him the gift of a monthly delivery of different beers from around the world with a Beer52 subscription. You can choose between a mixed case or light beers only and each package contains eight craft beers, a snack and a beer magazine. 

Pros & Cons: If they're entering into the world of speciality beers, this is the ideal way for them to dip their toes into it. This gift will arrive as a voucher so we think it's a lovely idea to pop it into a Valentine's Day card

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17. Weighted Blanket – from £80, John Lewis

Grey weighted blanket on a bed

Weighted blankets are the wellness buy of 2023, helping users deeply relax and reducing restlessness at night. This John Lewis version is competitively priced - make sure you choose one that's around 10% of his body weight for optimum results. 

Pros & Cons: The plain and simple design means it'll fit into all kinds of home interiors. Reviews state that it might take a little while to get used to it, but once you have you won't regret it. 

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18. Personalised Nutella Label - from £2.20, Etsy

Personalised Nutella label

Put a twist on the traditional Valentine's Day gift of chocolate by getting him his very own personalised Nutella label, which you can affix to a jar of the chocolate-hazelnut spread. You can also add a sweet - get it? - message. 

Pros & Cons: This label is available in lots of different label sizes so you can stick it onto jar of your choice. There are also varying designs to choose from - including a rather rude one! 

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19. Spider-Man Mug - £18.73, Etsy

Spider Man mug

Whether your man is a comic book lover or a Marvel enthusiast, this Spider-Man mug is sure to get a chuckle out of him. Plus, while it's relevant in 2023, it's also timeless. Spider-Man never goes out of style. Choose from a blue or red colourway. 

Pros & Cons: With a new Spider-Man film set for release in summer 2023, he'll be ready for the launch with this mug. This item is shipped from the US so there is a small delivery fee. 

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20. Brushed Rectangular Steven Cufflinks – £30, Hitched Shop 

Rectangular cufflinks

Cufflinks are a lovely option for a stylish chap, and this rectangular design can be personalised with his initial. If you're engaged, he could save them for the wedding day as they'll fit with all kinds of groom wedding suits

Pros & Cons: The minimalistic design gives these cufflinks an air of elegance. They won't make a huge statement, but they will still elevate his outfit to sophisticated heights. 

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21. Selvim Phone Camera Lens Kit – £32.99, Amazon

Clip-on lens for phone with five different lenses

Elevate his photos without the need to invest in a camera - this Selvim Blu-Ray 9-piece lens kit works with many smartphones to take much better pictures. It comes with a clip for your lenses, an updated tripod, a phone holder, an eyepiece cover, a portable case, and more. First use: a Valentine's Day selfie of the two of you.

Pros & Cons: As this item is available on Amazon, it's perfect for last minute V-day purchasing! It is compatible with a wide range of models, but be sure to check his phone will pair before buying. 

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22. Date Night Pizza Kit – £29.99, SOU-CHEF


Yes, you could just order a takeaway, but it's more romantic to cook together on Valentine's Day. This pizza kit makes it quick and easy to whip up your favourite cuisine in no time. It comes with a cook-along video and step-by-step instructions so even beginners can get involved. 

Pros & Cons: There are several toppings to pick from but if you can't find what you are looking for on the list the brilliant thing about pizza is that you can simply add your own ingredients tot taste! 

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23. Valentine's Day Cooking Class – £330, Class Bento 

Couple at a cooking class

He may fancy more of a culinary challenge, in which case, get him this couple's cooking class, which is located in Wandsworth, London. You will try your hand at cooking the likes of scallops, tagliatelle and a delightfully indulgent dessert - all while sipping on bottomless booze. It's a lovely gift experience for a couple.

Pros & Cons: If you don't live near the area, there are several easy transport links located nearby. The menu can be catered towards vegetarian diets. 

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24. RED5 Swift Camera Drone - £59, Menkind

Drone camera on a desk

This hand-controlled drone may be for ages 14+, but we think it'll delight and amuse the man in your life who likes to have fun. It features LED lights for night-flying and has a 20 minute flight time. It can also be folded away for easy travel. 

Pros & Cons: No licence is required to fly this drone, however we do advise checking out the local guidelines before take-off. 

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25. Lagavulin 2006 Distillers Edition - £105, The Whisky Exchange

Bottle of scotch

The Whisky Exchange has excellent scotches, and this Lagavulin single malt, distilled in 2006 and bottled in 2021, has rich notes of sea salt, coffee, vanilla, and intense peat smoke. You can also have the bottle engraved for £10 which is an extra special touch. 

Pros & Cons: If you don't know much about whiskey, this is a fail-safe option as it has a smooth finish. One review even stated that a sip will transport you straight to the rugged western coast. 

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26. Alpaca & Merino Jumper – £79, Arket

Model wearing a grey Arket wool sweater

This easy-wearing Arket jumper is a suit-anyone style available in a range of colours, and even though it's a basic, it feels special enough to be a Valentine's Day present. It will keep him warm, but it is still lightweight ensuring breathability. 

Sizing: S-XL

Pros & Cons: Crafted from a blend of alpaca and merino, it has a soft and luxurious feel. For long-lasting wear, hand wash this item in cool water. 

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27. Men's ColdGear® Armour Mock Long Sleeve – £50, Under Armour

Model wearing a long sleeved Armour top

Workout gear is a brilliant present, particularly if you choose a high-performance brand such as Under Armour. This top will help get him through chilly outdoor workouts in winter, without being bulky or riding up. 

Sizing: S-XXL

Pros & Cons: If you are unsure on what size to pick, we recommend sizing down as this should have a tight finish to maximise warmth. It has an inclusive size range so you're bound to find a comfortable fit. 

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28. Moleskin Professional Journal – £21.99, John Lewis

Moleskine notebook

Give him the gift of organisation with a Moleskine notebook - it's a stationery icon for a reason. You can have it personalised with his initials or with a message up to 24 letters. It is made from pigmented pulp, which makes for satisfying scribbling. 

Pros & Cons: Reviews state that this notebook is easy to index and the format of the pages helps formalise notes from meetings. It's an ideal gift if your partner is often working on projects. 

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29. DSQUARED2 ACC Baseball Cap – £165, Selfridges

DSQUARED vintage baseball cap

Does the man in your life love logo-chic? This DSQUARED2 baseball cap would be a smart choice this Valentine's Day. The rustic finish gives it an effortlessly-cool look and the instantly recognisable brand will gain points in the style stakes. 

Pros & Cons: Yes, £165 might seem like a lot for a cap, but if it's within your budget and you know he'll love it, it's a gift he'll use again and again, bringing down the per-wear price.

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30. Armpocket Racer Plus – £20, Amazon

Armpocket sports armband

This sports armband is one of Runner's World's top picks, so you know it's going to be good. It's a thoughtful gift if your partner gets his cardio kicks by running or walking, so he can listen to music on the go. Just make sure it's suitable for his phone.

Pros & Cons: For £20, this is an affordable piece of gear that he'll wonder how he lived without. As well as a phone, it can hold valuables such as cash and keys. 

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31. Beard & Daisies Prayer Plant – £19.99, H&M 

Prayer plant in a pot on a side table

Add some life to his living space with this gorgeous prayer plant. It's easy to care for and will look great in any room of the house. Those pretty leaves have magical powers, too - they lay flat during the day and then fold together at night, like hands closed in prayer, hence the name! 

Pros & Cons: Prayer Plants are native to the rainforests of Brazil, so replicate these conditions by misting them regularly to keep them moist. 

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32. Clinique for Men Daily Daily Oil-Free Essentials Starter Kit – £12, The Perfume Shop

Clinique men's daily essentials kit

This grooming kit is a great introduction to Clinique's men's range, and makes for an affordable Valentine's Day gift for him. With a face wash, shave cream and moisturiser included, it's a great pick for those new to skincare. 

Pros & Cons: These products are travel-friendly size which allows him to test and see if it works for his skin before committing to the full product. 

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33. Malin + Goetz Healthy Skin Starter Set – £38, Space NK

Malin + Goetz skincare set

On the spennier end of the scale, there's Malin +Goetz's grooming set, which is ideal if he wants to get into better skincare habits. The packaging is very cool too and will super chic in your bathroom. This set includes a face mask, lip moisturiser, a vitamin E moisturiser and a cleanser. 

Pros & Cons: These moisturisers are medium thickness, making them work for both day or night application. It is best suited for those with combination or dry skin. You could try it out too...

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34. The Office Poster – from £5, Etsy

The Office tv series poster

Alright Sunday do seriously stylish, minimalist posters of much-loved films, TV series, video games and song lyrics. Find your partner's pop culture favourite - like The Office, for example - and you can order a poster in different sizes. 

Pros & Cons: This poster doesn't come framed but we reckon a simple black design will match perfectly - this allows him to choose a finish that will suit his taste. 

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35. BARBOUR Teviot Tartan Wool Scarf – £50, Selfridges

Tartan Barbour scarf

This Barbour scarf is classic yet modern, and would be a stylish Valentine's Day gift for a fashion-conscious man - as well as being a practical choice for winter walks. It is part of their new season collection so he's unlikely to already have this design. 

Pros & Cons: If the red is a little too bold for your liking, Barbour also sell a neutral colourway

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36. Picton Camel Cashmere Blend Scarf – £68, Reiss

Camel cashmere scarf with fringe on the ends

This Reiss scarf is another very chic option, made of lambswool and a cashmere blend to make it extra-soft and snuggly while still looking smart. It'll work with a number of different outfits so we bet it'll become his winter wardrobe staple. 

Pros & Cons: The fine embroidery finish gives it an extra edge of luxury. It it light weight enough to be taken into the warmer months giving you more bang for your buck. 

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37. Personalised Black Stainless Steel Insulated Water Bottle – £25, Hitched Shop

Stainless steel water bottle

This personalised water bottle is just so slick, and it's useful too, keeping hot and cold drinks at the perfect temperature. It's great for when he's out and about, or just trying to drink more water at home. There are lots of designs to pick from, including initials and logos. 

Pros & Cons: The screw top lid will stop any leaks - we recommend handwashing so that the bottle keeps its shape and durability. 

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38. Personalised Metallic Map Print – £24.45, Yve Print Co.

Metallic map print

Personalised wall prints for Valentine's Day can sometimes tip over into cheesiness - not so this map print, which is both cool and subtly sentimental. Choose a place that means a lot to him, or to you as a couple, and you can have it commemorated in map form.

Pros & Cons: This print also comes with framing options so it'll be all ready to hang when he opens it. It requires a little research, but if you've known each other a while, a special location should easily come to mind. 

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39. Celia Glass Desk & Table Lamp – £95, Oliver Bonas

Oliver Bonas desk lamp next to a plant

Is your partner WFH? If so, brighten up his desk space with this minimalist lamp. We particularly love the gold finish - with a price tag that might be a bit heftier than you're used to for a lamp, it's for the man with a taste for the finer things in life. 

Pros & Cons: This lamp has vintage appeal to it which would suit an office with dark mahogany details. The bulb isn't included, but a warm white glow would work wonderfully.  

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40. BaByliss Do-It-Yourself Hair Clippers – £43.99, Amazon

BaByliss hair clippers

If your partner goes  DIY with his hair, make sure he has the best possible tool: the BaByliss clippers. They've been specifically designed for solo haircuts, with a twin blade cutting system to get to hard-to-reach areas.

Pros & Cons: It has up to 75 minutes of cordless use, so it's a great gift to use on-the-go. Ensure the appliance is well-oiled for a professional performance. 

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41. Hugo Boss Essentials Brown Leather Bracelet – £59, Ernest Jones

Leather brown Hugo Boss bracelet

Treat him to some designer jewellery for Valentine's Day with this chic Hugo Boss bracelet. It's an ideal gift for a man who likes his accessories on the subtle side or doesn't typically wear jewellery and you want to start his collection off. 

Pros & Cons: The colours of this bracelet are specifically designed to match a traditional and classic watch. The engraved magnetic enclosure is easy to pop on or off - perfect if he removes jewellery at work or the gym. 

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42. Merckz '69 Cycling Print – from £40, Etsy

Cycling print

Is your man into cycling? If so, chances are he'll appreciate one of The Handmade Cyclist's very cool cycling prints. They cover a range of routes and tours, so you're bound to find one he has done before or aspires to complete. 

Pros & Cons: You can purchase this ins A4, A3 or A1 to fit into any space in his home. It doesn't come with a frame, but we think it would look cool just as cool hanging from pegs and string as it would framed.

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43. Castelli Superleggera 12 Cycling Socks – from £15.25, Amazon

Cycling socks

Another gift for the cycling enthusiast in your life: Castelli Socks. We know socks don't seem like a very exciting Valentine's Day gift, but trust us, cyclists love them, and this Castelli design has garnered excellent reviews.

Sizing: S-XXL

Pros & Cons: These socks come in four different colours so you could mix and match. Ensure you read the size guide before buying as some reviews state they had to double check. 

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44. Deluxe Globe Decanter Set – £69, Menkind

Clear and frosted glass globe-shaped decanter with stand for two glasses

Even if your partner already has a decanter, chances are he doesn't have one this cool. This globe decanter is reminiscent of the classic bar-inside-a-globe and is a great gift for the man who loves to travel and settle into a nice glass of whisky at home. It also pairs well with that bottle of Lagavulin.

Pros & Cons: This is a unique gift that we're predicting he won't have come across before. It's a fragile present, so be mindful of this when wrapping! 

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45. Marauder's Map Heat Reactive Footprint Mug – £11.99, Amazon

Harry Potter Marauder's black mug

This Marauder's Map mug is a thoughtful gift for anyone with a childhood - or ongoing - love for the Potterverse. When you pour a hot drink into the mug, footprints appear on the map. You could even pop a Harry Potter love quote into the card...

Pros & Cons: This mug might not look like anything special upon first glance, but he'll be super impressed when the magic begins to work! 

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46. Personalised Whisky Tumbler in Solid Oak – £39.95, MijMoj Design

Whiskey tumbler

There's something so aesthetically pleasing about this wooden whisky tumbler, from the unexpected material to the rounded edges. It's a sophisticated Valentine's Day keepsake he'll love using and is likely to become a new favourite for an evening tipple. 

Pros & Cons: This product has over 170 five-star reviews - some even buying it for the second time as their recipient loved it so much. Hand wash to keep the wood in tip-top condition. 

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47. Canvas Weekender Travel Bag – £50, Hitched Shop

Canvas travel bag

Dreaming of a sunny holiday? Or perhaps a romantic staycation? Get him this stylish weekend bag and spend Valentine's Day researching where to go! Our guide to the most romantic hotels in the UK will get you started. 

Pros & Cons: The leather accents on this bag are vegan. The magnetic snap closure is strong, but we recommend keeping valuables in the inside pockets for extra security. 

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48. Dior Sauvage Shower Gel – £44, The Fragrance Shop

Dior Sauvgage shower gel

There's something wonderfully indulgent about a designer shower gel, and this Valentine's Day is the perfect time to elevate his shower experience. To really make an impact, it has to be Dior; specifically, the heavenly Sauvage, a woody fragrance with a subtle sensuousness.

Pros & Cons: We won't deny that £44 is a lot to spend on a shower gel but we bet he's well worth it! It's a gift he might not typically treat himself too and if he has the fragrance to match, it's a really thoughtful idea. 

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49. Valentine's Day Gnomes – from £3.94, Etsy

Two felt gnomes in red and pink outfits, one is holding an envelope with a heart and the other is holding a plush pink love heart

If you didn't get in on the whole 'Christmas gonks' trend last year, it is unlikely you will be thrilled by the news that you can get Valentine's gonks (or that you'll even understand what we're talking about). But if you and your partner love these gnome-esque critters, you're in luck: add the Valentine's versions to your basket and prepare to give your home some more Scandi-gnome vibes.

Pros & Cons: If you love the idea of gifting a classic stuffed toy on Valentine's Day, this is a brilliant alternative! If you don't want them on full display, they'll look adorable in a bedroom. 

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50. Personalised Handmade Buffalo Men's Leather Wallet - £26.95, Paper High

Personalised brown leather wallet

A classic leather wallet is a great gift for your husband. This leather wallet has been treated and oiled for a hardwearing finish. There's a section for notes, space for cards and a coin pocket and can be personalised on the inside or on the front.

Pros & Cons: It is designed to get better with age as it gets more character so the longer they keep this present, the better. 

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Should I Buy Him a Gift For Valentine's Day?

Even if your partner isn't upfront about wanting a gift for Valentine's Day, if he means a lot to you, giving him something to celebrate this occasion is a lovely gesture. If you want him to feel appreciated, Valentine's Day is the perfect moment to show him you care. 

Buying him a Valentine's Day gift doesn't have to be a huge moment where you declare your undying love, so if you are unsure whether to gift him or not, our edit has lots of non-cheesy Valentine's Day gifts for him to choose from. 

What is the Best Valentine's Gift For Him?

The best Valentine's Day gift for your other half is a present that you have put time into picking to ensure it is something that he needs or you know he wants. Zoe Burke, editor of Hitched, recommends tapping into a hobby of his.

"Think about what it is that your partner enjoys doing in his spare time and look for a gift that nods to that, or introduces him to a new hobby. Consider what he would want from the gift, for example if he has said he would love to try out some new recipes, a cooking class is a great idea."

Zoe also suggests picking a present that he wouldn't typically treat himself to. "If your partner has had his eye on something but hasn't quite made the plunge to purchase, Valentine's Day is the perfect time to treat him. Luxury grooming products will be appreciated, or a clothing item that he's always wanted." 

What is a Good First Valentine's Day Gift For Him?

Zoe says that you don't have to go overly romantic with your Valentine's Day gift if that isn't you. In fact, a non-cheesy Valentine's Day gift for him is a popular choice with couples. 

"If it is your first Valentine's Day together and you don't want to go over the top, opt for a practical gift such as a new fragrance or something light-hearted like a funny present," she says. Our round-up of the best funny Valentines' Day gifts will give you tons of inspiration. 

Keep the romance going by planning your next couple's getaway - we've found the most romantic places in the UK for a hot tub break. And if you're stuck as to what to write in your Valentine's day card for him, you could always borrow a lovely message from our edit of the loveliest (and funniest!) wedding anniversary card messages