if you want to buy something for the proverbial (and commonly searched for on Google) Impossible man, then look no further
JetBoil Camping Stove
if the man in question likes the outdoors or camping in anyway, or just likes cooking stuff quickly, then the jetboil is an amazing present.
Stand Up Punchbag
If yiu need some stress relief or your impossible bloke is looking to get Fit, a freestanding punch bag is a good shout.
you can move them about and if you only have a spare room at gym, it’s a better option than hanging a heavy bag.
The METIS 6ft standing punchbag has great reviews on Amazon and can be filled with sand to weight well over 100kg – so it’s extremely robust and hard to knock over.
kettlebells are highly versatile keep fit equipment. Resistance bands are also a good shout for any fitness enthusiast.
They can be used for a huge array of workouts. Usually best to buy a heavy kettlebell for floor press and one arm row, slightly lighter one for cleans and snatches
Solar panel Kit
you can get mini solar panel gets for a few hundred quid.
they are great for learning the fundamentals of inverters, different currents and battery storage. You can use them to go camping or to power your washing machine, for example.
Build a Computer kit
Bring out the inner geek and learn a new skill with a computer building kit. You’ll also have a decent computer to play with.
Tech Advisor have a good post about building computer kits – https://www.techadvisor.com/feature/gadget/best-diy-computer-kits-2018-3623634/
not for everyone but hunting is arguably the most humane way to eat meat. Its also an excillirating hobby to take up.
if you want to survive the apocalypse, but don’t like shooting animals, then survival training involves everything most lads loved as kids – den building, foraging, bear fighting etc
Check out Beardy Men Adventures for survival and adventure holidays in the UK
stereotypical present that’s still potentially a good one, Coombe Organic farm do boxes from 40 quid.