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If you’re anything like us, you never know what to get your hubby for the holidays, and it doesn’t help that he’s probably already bought what he wants for himself!

Well, we did the heavy lifting for you and compiled 20 of the best gifts for the guy who already has everything he needs. Whether he’s an outdoor enthusiast, bookworm, foodie, or Star Wars nerd, he’s bound to love something from this list!

He’ll always be prepared with this emergency survival and first-aid kit. It’s a must-have for any outdoor enthusiast and perfect for taking along on activities like camping, hiking, car travel, climbing, boating, etc.

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These no-slip, no-bounce sunglasses are actually designed for running, but we bet he’ll want to wear them everywhere. They’re great quality and won’t break the bank in case you lose them, sit on them, or someone else in your family decides to steal them.

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Get him this awesome heat massager to help him work out all those knots. Maybe snag one for yourself while you’re at it so you can enjoy his and her relaxing deep-tissue massages side-by-side. 

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You can’t put a price on a good night’s sleep. Dodow is a metronome with a light system that teaches you how to fall asleep naturally, without taking any medicine.

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Bring on the potholes, quick turns, and backcountry roads because this 20 oz. travel mug holds enough caffeine for even the biggest coffee drinkers. Cup-holder compatible!

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One of the highest-rated portable Bluetooth speakers out there. The Flip 4 model delivers a powerful stereo sound and features up to 12 hours of continuous, high-quality audio playtime. Bonus: no more worrying about rain or spills because this speaker is completely waterproof—you can even submerge it in water.

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Your golf aficionado can practice putting from the comfort of his home, office, backyard, or anywhere else with this putting green. Simply roll out the 10-foot long putting mat and you have a fully functional golfing area!

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This quick-and-easy sandwich maker is basically foolproof and cooks your breakfast, lunch, or dinner sandwich in just minutes. Your guy will love it for a healthy meal on the go. Even better? It’s super easy to clean and all removable parts can go in the dishwasher.

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Here’s something that will make endless hours of spectating youth sports a lot more comfortable! Gift him this full-size collapsible rocker and he’ll be the envy of every other dad on the sidelines.

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Ideal for keeping things spicy! Gift him this fun sampler pack of 7 different hot sauces inspired by exotic flavors and peppers from around the world.

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He’ll never miss again. ToiLight is an LED, motion-activated night light that activates automatically when you approach the toilet. It’s perfect for a fun gag gift but we bet everyone in the family will want one for their bathroom.

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Let your bookworm listen to his favorite John Grisham novel right from his phone or tablet with an Audible membership.

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Great for your camping enthusiast, the Solo Stove Campfire has been recommended by Backpacker Magazine and serious survivalists including Discovery Channel’s very own Matt Graham. It’s lightweight and uses twigs, leaves, pinecones, and wood as fuel.

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Help him reach his fitness goals with this adjustable Flybird dumbbell. It can shift between 5, 10, 15, 20, and 25 lbs., replacing several sets of weights in one compact device. As an Amazon Choice product, it’s top-rated and highly recommended.

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How fun are these epic lightsaber chopsticks, which will take sushi nights to another galaxy, far, far away?! Perfect for your Star Wars fan.

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You scratch his back, he’ll scratch yours. For the man who already has everything, this is the perfect gift. Bonus: it has a roller ball on the end of wooden handle for full-body massage.

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A good pair of socks is worth its weight in gold, and the older you get, the more you appreciate something comfortable on your feet! Your guy will definitely enjoy these highly-rated, moisture-control pairs from Dickies.

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