120+ ideas for what to give your husband for 50 years

Have you already decid­ed how you will cel­e­brate the anniver­sary of your spouse? Will you go to a restau­rant, go on a trip or gath­er your loved ones at home? And you also need to pre­pare a spe­cial present. To make it eas­i­er, let’s share ideas on what to give her hus­band for 50 years
120+ ideas for what to give your husband for 50 years
What to give your hus­band for 50 years. Pho­to: shutterstock.com

A big hol­i­day is ahead — the head of the fam­i­ly turns 50 years old. The gift should be spe­cial, seri­ous. In grat­i­tude for a real­ly nice present, you will receive the most sin­cere smile and “thank you” from your loved one.

We decid­ed to help all the wives who are prepar­ing for the gold­en anniver­sary of their spouse, and have com­piled a volu­mi­nous list of ideas for what to give her hus­band for 50 years.

Top 25 best original gifts for husband for 50 years

Let’s talk about the best gift options. We are sure that you will find some­thing inter­est­ing in this sec­tion. And if you can’t get your bear­ings, then there is an impres­sive list in which you can def­i­nite­ly find a gift for your soul­mate.

1. Fishing kit

Fishing gear
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Even if a man is not an avid fish­er­man, but is not averse to sit­ting on the shore for a qui­et hunt a cou­ple of times a year, he prob­a­bly has a fish­ing rod and some tack­le. But such ama­teur fish­er­men often have a lim­it­ed and demo­c­ra­t­ic set.

We offer to give a com­plete set of angler for 50 years, which includes:

  • fish­ing rod (spin­ning, donk or float),
  • rod stands,
  • land­ing net,
  • cage,
  • Dry­er,
  • some­times even a chair.

2. Tourist tent

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With age, many men wake up crav­ing for coun­try trips. They remem­ber their youth, how they nt with their com­rades to con­quer forests and slopes. Today, equip­ment for tourism is pro­duced con­ve­nient and thought­ful. You can please your hus­band on his birth­day with a new tent. Go for quick builds with taped seams, ven­ti­la­tion and an extra inner tent.

3. Grill

kitchen grill
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You can cook fish, meat and veg­eta­bles on the bar­be­cue oven. If you have a dacha or live in your own house, then the grill is a good gift idea for your hus­band for 50 years. Choose a device with legs and wheels or con­sid­er desk­top mod­els. There are two types on sale: on coal or on gas — you need to attach a fuel tank to them.

4. Smokehouse

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If your hus­band does not refuse the plea­sure of prepar­ing a tru­ly “male” dish — bar­be­cue or the like, you can give him a smoke­house. The design is sim­i­lar to a bar­be­cue: it folds up and does not take up much space. The device is sim­ple and easy to use. You can exper­i­ment with wood chips (it is sold) and ingre­di­ents.

5. Suit for outdoor activities

sports gift
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Such an “out­fit” is suit­able for trips to the for­est for mush­rooms, hunt­ing or fish­ing, for hik­ing. Pro­tec­tive over­alls that do not restrict move­ment, made of util­i­ty fab­ric, sewn so that mites and var­i­ous bit­ing insects can­not reach the skin.

If pos­si­ble, it is bet­ter to take a col­ored suit, rather than a pro­tec­tive kha­ki: if nec­es­sary, a trav­el­er dressed in bright col­ors is eas­i­er to find in nature.

6. Multitool

Multi toe loop
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He’s a Swiss Army knife. Per­haps such a thing will seem small and non­de­script to you, but for the anniver­sary you want to give some­thing sol­id. But knowl­edge­able peo­ple under­stand: good mul­ti-tools cost decent­ly. If your spouse is a jack of all trades, then if he takes a qual­i­ty tool, he will imme­di­ate­ly appre­ci­ate the thought­ful design and under­stand that the thing is expen­sive and reli­able.

On sale you will find dif­fer­ent com­bi­na­tions. Some even have cut­lery, a flash­light, pli­ers, etc. Choose what suits your hus­band.

7. Electric scooter

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It may seem that this is for the young and reck­less, but as a present for a beloved hus­band for 50 years is not suit­able. But in fact, this is an excel­lent con­ve­nient form of urban trans­port and an option for leisure. And if you choose the right mod­el, more expen­sive, but also more durable, then you can ride on the coun­try road with­out fear and with com­fort. We also rec­om­mend pay­ing atten­tion to mod­els with a seat.

Impor­tant: if the hus­band does not have a dri­ver’s license, do not buy a scoot­er more por­ful than 250 watts.

8. Sapboard

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A gift option for fans of water tourism: mea­sured, not extreme.

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You don’t need any spe­cial skills – just row with an oar, admir­ing the views from the water along the way. You can ride stand­ing or sit­ting (and you can sun­bathe lying down).

The pro­jec­tile is rel­a­tive­ly safe, not trau­mat­ic and does not involve extreme. But it makes you keep bal­ance and use all mus­cle groups of the body. Despite the large size when inflat­ed, the SUP can be deflat­ed and fold­ed com­pact­ly into a bag.

9. Universal por station

Gym membership
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This is a com­bined sim­u­la­tor: almost the entire gym in one device. True, it’s cum­ber­some. With it, you can press, pull, swing — every­thing you need to keep in shape. Mod­els are sup­plied with pro­grams and instruc­tions. And for the price, such a sta­tion is quite com­pa­ra­ble to an annu­al sub­scrip­tion to the gym.

10. Breakfast station

Lunch box for breakfast
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There are dif­fer­ent com­bi­na­tions of this mir­a­cle machine. Some know how to fry bread, eggs and sausages, oth­ers also brew cof­fee. Some appli­ances are man­u­al, oth­ers with dif­fer­ent cook­ing pro­grams. For exam­ple, for hot dogs, French sand­wich­es, etc. If it is not cus­tom­ary in your fam­i­ly that the wife pre­pares break­fast for her hus­band in the morn­ing, and he is used to “cook­ing” him­self, then he will be delight­ed with such a birth­day present.

11. Urban bacweack

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Fash­ion trends of recent years are aimed at util­i­ty, prac­ti­cal­i­ty and effi­cien­cy of cloth­ing and acces­sories. Busi­ness bags and brief­cas­es fade into the back­ground. Even in office sky­scrap­ers, there are a lot of white-col­lar work­ers in suits and city bacweacks on their backs. Fits more, ar more com­fort­able. There are dif­fer­ent mod­els: more sporty or strict — made of leather.

12. Wristwatch

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If you and your spouse are not super­sti­tious, then you can safe­ly go to a watch bou­tique for a gift. There are not many such acces­sories for a man! One watch for going out, anoth­er for casu­al ar, and one for sports. Uni­ver­sal and win-win gift for 50 years.

13. Cufflinks

What to give dad for 50 years
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Gift for all fash­ion­istas. Cuf­flinks are a rar­i­ty these days. Prac­ti­cal but­tons beat this his­tor­i­cal acces­so­ry. Although design­ers pro­duce very inter­est­ing mod­els: from pre­cious met­als and stones, or vice ver­sa — from inex­pen­sive mate­ri­als, but with a unique shape. You can com­ple­ment the present with a lux­u­ri­ous shirt, which just has holes for an acces­so­ry.

14. Irrigator

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A sim­ple yet effec­tive den­tal instru­ment that is great for home use. It is enough to pour water or a spe­cial solu­tion inside, and then with a jet you can mas­sage the gums and clean the inter­den­tal spaces.

There are portable devices (water is poured into the body tank) or sta­tion­ary (water tank sep­a­rate­ly). The sec­ond ones are more thought­ful and per­fect, but bulky, and the first ones can be eas­i­ly tak­en on the road, but dur­ing clean­ing you will have to replen­ish the tank a cou­ple of times.

15. Electric shaver

electric shaver
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The rotary shaver is per­fect for a close shave, while the foil shaver is great for con­tour­ing to shape your beard or stub­ble. Mod­ern devices can shave dry or with foam. They are easy to clean, water­proof and charge quick­ly.

16. High pressure washer

High pressure washer
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It is not nec­es­sary to buy a mod­el from a Ger­man com­pa­ny that plays the first vio­lin in this area. Today there are many bud­get and wor­thy ana­logues on the mar­ket. The main pur­pose of this device is to wash the car. And it will also come in handy in the coun­try: wash the house, the park­ing lot, tidy up the car­pets, etc.

16. Bath set

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Includes caps, essen­tial oils, slip­pers and bathrobe. Some­times they put herbal prepa­ra­tions so that after the bath you can make tea. There are kits with a Vel­cro tol (you can wrap it around your waist) and zaparkas — these are fra­grant dry herbs that are designed to pre­pare an infu­sion for fra­grant soar­ing. The best sets are col­lect­ed in a con­ve­nient bag or a beau­ti­ful box.

17. Toolbox

Set of tools
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By the age of 50, many men accu­mu­late a mot­ley set in the garage or at home: grand­fa­ther’s screw­driv­er, father’s ham­mer, pli­ers that are left over from a long-stand­ing repair. If your spouse uses the tool reg­u­lar­ly, give him a mod­ern tool set packed in a spe­cial box, and some­times even in a suit­case on wheels. Such a kit clos­es almost all sce­nar­ios for a home mas­ter.

18. DVR

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The best cam­eras for cars are also equipped with a radar detec­tor and a nav­i­ga­tion sys­tem. There are recorders with two cam­eras: the sec­ond is mount­ed on the rear win­dow. Prefer­ably, of course, a mod­el with a screen. But if the cab­in is cramped, then you can take the option with­out a dis­play.

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19. Luggage box

luggage box
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This is a com­part­ment that is installed on the roof of the car. If your hus­band has a rel­a­tive­ly new domes­tic car or a for­eign car pro­duced over the past 20 years, then any box will do. In oth­er cas­es, it is bet­ter to con­sult a spe­cial­ist.

Choose mod­els with a cen­tral lock, with UV pro­tec­tion and a load capac­i­ty of 50 kg.

20. Car refrigerator

car refrigerator
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It can be pored from an out­let in any car. Or con­nect to a reg­u­lar net­work of 220 volts. The auto-refrig­er­a­tor is use­ful when trav­el­ing, for pic­nic trips, fish­ing, hunt­ing. Some mod­els also know how to warm up the con­tents.

21. TV box

TV set-top box
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Makes the TV “smart”: with its help, you can access the Inter­net from the TV, watch b chan­nels, stream­ing ser­vices, down­load appli­ca­tions. For the set-top box, you need an Inter­net wire or Wi-Fi. You can insert flash dri­ves and hard dri­ves into set-top box­es to watch down­loaded movies.

22. Wireless headphones

Wireless headphones
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Must-have gad­get. Con­nects to phones, tablets, lap­tops. Works for a long time: an aver­age of 6–10 hours on a sin­gle charge. There are dif­fer­ent form fac­tors: full-size with large ear cush­ions (the part of the head­phones that comes into con­tact with the ears) or com­pact in a neat case.

23. Smart home kit

Smart House
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Suit­able for apart­ments and coun­try hous­es, pro­vid­ed that every­thing is in order with the Inter­net in the lat­ter. Through the cen­tral con­trol pan­el, you can con­fig­ure var­i­ous devices: sock­ets, light­ing, video cam­eras, secu­ri­ty devices. And receive infor­ma­tion remote­ly, for exam­ple, using sen­sors for open­ing doors and win­dows. Man­age­ment is car­ried out via a smart­phone.

24. Facial care set

Facial cosmetics
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Mod­ern gen­tle­men do not shy away from tak­ing care of them­selves. More­over, high-qual­i­ty men’s cos­met­ics will not be super­flu­ous if the pass­port is already 50 years old. Give your hus­band a cos­met­ic kit: eye cream, after­shave mois­tur­iz­er, cleanser, etc. There are inter­est­ing com­bi­na­tions along with shav­ing acces­sories and man­i­cure sets.

25. Set for making tinctures

Set for preparation of tinctures
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Anoth­er gift idea for those who like to cook some­thing more com­pli­cat­ed than scram­bled eggs. Pack­ets of herbs and spices are placed in the infu­sion set, which can be mixed with dif­fer­ent spir­its, aged and obtained a new taste. The best pro­duc­ers arrange every­thing in beau­ti­ful box­es and even put bot­tles for infu­sion.

Original gift ideas for husband for 50 years

For our read­ers, have pre­pared a volu­mi­nous list of gifts that can be pre­sent­ed to a spouse on their anniver­sary. We are sure that here you will def­i­nite­ly find an appro­pri­ate and wor­thy gift.

  1. Straight razor
  2. Elec­tric Tooth­brush
  3. screw­driv­er
  4. Bra­zier
  5. Fit­ness track­er
  6. Ther­mos
  7. Acoustic sys­tem
  8. Smart speak­er with voice assis­tant
  9. cof­fee machine
  10. Three piece suit
  11. Chaise lounge chair
  12. Shoul­der gir­dle mas­sager
  13. Large screen TV
  14. Pro­jec­tor
  15. Set of win­ter or sum­mer tires for cars
  16. Wheel rims for cars
  17. Bike
  18. Ski equip­ment set
  19. Satel­lite TV set
  20. New smart­phone
  21. mir­ror­less cam­era
  22. air grill
  23. split sys­tem
  24. exer­cise bike
  25. Turk
  26. Note­book
  27. beard trim­mer
  28. Car trunk orga­niz­er
  29. Wick­er fur­ni­ture set
  30. Rock­ing chair
  31. Sub­scrip­tion to the gym
  32. Gift cer­tifi­cate for kayak­ing
  33. Dehy­dra­tor for veg­eta­bles and fruits
  34. Air wash­ing
  35. Quad­copter
  36. Robot vac­u­um clean­er
  37. IP Sur­veil­lance Cam­era
  38. Gift knife with a dec­o­rat­ed blade
  39. A cer­tifi­cate for the mar­ket­place so that he can choose a gift for him­self
  40. The­ater or con­cert tick­ets
  41. Safari tent
  42. Ortho­pe­dic pil­low
  43. Wine cab­i­net
  44. Stream­ing Ser­vice Sub­scrip­tion
  45. bar­ber­shop cer­tifi­cate
  46. car seat cov­ers
  47. Nordic walk­ing poles
  48. Video greet­ings from friends and rel­a­tives
  49. Vouch­er to the sea
  50. gar­den tools
  51. Geyser cof­fee mak­er
  52. Elec­tric bar­be­cue
  53. Elec­tron­ic book
  54. Tablet
  55. Car vac­u­um clean­er
  56. Dumb­bells
  57. Eye Mas­sager
  58. Purse
  59. flask
  60. A set of army dry rations
  61. Rub­ber­ized san­dals
  62. Col­lec­tor’s edi­tion of the col­lect­ed works of your favorite author
  63. Edi­tion of the news­pa­per that came out on his birth­day
  64. Som­me­li­er set
  65. riv­er table
  66. Out­er­ar: jack­et, coat, down jack­et, etc.
  67. A set of leather acces­sories: belt + wal­let
  68. Light alarm clock
  69. Fam­i­ly tree on order
  70. Action cam­era
  71. Dis­tiller
  72. lawn mor
  73. ther­mal under­ar
  74. Work chair with leg sup­port
  75. Elec­tric fire­place
  76. Globe with mini­bar inside
  77. bon­sai tree
  78. Orig­i­nal sun­glass­es
  79. Whiskey glass­es with chill­ing stones
  80. Per­fume, toi­let water
  81. Icon of the patron saint
  82. Extreme ride on bug­gies, ATVs, etc.
  83. Fam­i­ly pho­to ses­sion
  84. Ther­a­peu­tic mas­sage course
  85. Cook­ing class
  86. Por­trait as a his­tor­i­cal fig­ure
  87. tree sapling
  88. signet ring
  89. Tele­scope
  90. Pok­er set
  91. T‑razor
  92. Heat­ed mug
  93. Eter­nal flash­light
  94. A vis­it to the shoot­ing range where you can shoot from dif­fer­ent types of apons
  95. beer giraffe
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How to choose a gift for your husband for 50 years

Sergey Evdoki­mov, mar­ket­ing direc­tor of the Milarky online gift store rec­om­mends adher­ence to four rules.

  1. Think about your spouse’s hob­bies.
  2. Pick up a gift that makes his every­day work eas­i­er.
  3. Refuse to pur­chase on your own taste. Often the tastes of the spous­es do not match, and the things that seem nec­es­sary to you, the man will con­sid­er trin­kets.
  4. Make a sur­prise. If a per­son treats this kind of gifts ll. Such a present evokes emo­tions, it is they who are remem­bered, and not the thing itself.

More orig­i­nal ideas: gift options for hus­band’s anniver­sary

From myself, will add a few more rec­om­men­da­tions that will help make a great gift for the anniver­sary.

  • Do not for­get that the gift does not have to be mate­r­i­al. We live in an era of dig­i­tal ser­vice sub­scrip­tions and enter­tain­ment gift cer­tifi­cates. If noth­ing comes to mind from a tra­di­tion­al set, look this way.
  • If the thing that you have cho­sen as a gift is in a bud­get and expen­sive ver­sion, and you are lim­it­ed in finances, then con­tact your friends and rel­a­tives. To buy a gift for a purse. Per­haps they are also rack­ing their brains on what to give a loved one for 50 years. And so you buy a qual­i­ty gift togeth­er.
  • Went through 120 gift ideas, but did­n’t like any of them? Ask your hus­band direct­ly: “What do you want for 50 years?” There is a chance he will ansr. And if he is not straight­for­ward with you, then you also act with cun­ning: start a con­ver­sa­tion from afar, ask his opin­ion about var­i­ous things and inad­ver­tent­ly ask if he needs such a thing or not.

Popular questions and ansrs

We asked our expert to ansr the ques­tions, Sergey Evdoki­mov, mar­ket­ing direc­tor of the Milarky online gift store.

What can not be given to a husband for 50 years?

Try to give up things that every­one gives.
Tool kits, some­thing for the car, home the­ater — all these things are good only for men who are pas­sion­ate about this. A per­son who has nev­er held a ham­mer in his hands hard­ly needs a set of tools.

It is def­i­nite­ly not worth giv­ing clothes and shoes, despite their cost. These are every­day things, and 50 years is a major anniver­sary that you want to remem­ber. A kind of Rubi­con, when a per­son begins to look back at his life and ana­lyze suc­cess­es and fail­ures.

Avoid cos­met­ics as ll. Even an expen­sive per­fume that you buy at your own dis­cre­tion may not please your hus­band.

What a surprise to arrange for her husband on his 50th birthday?

The best sur­pris­es will be those that cause more emo­tions. Take a ride togeth­er in a hot air bal­loon, rent a coun­try recre­ation cen­ter, vis­it a scary quest, an amuse­ment park.

Many adults con­tin­ue to be chil­dren at heart, so you can choose a more “child­ish” sur­prise. Send your hus­band to an adult camp for a ek, take him to a shoot­ing range with real apons, arrange a meet­ing with old friends. You should not choose stan­dard trips to Turkey for hol­i­days or events that take place in ordi­nary life.

As a sur­prise gift, there can be both appli­ances and gad­gets hid­den in unusu­al pack­ag­ing. For exam­ple, a large met­al safe, an army box, or a black Kinder Sur­prise.

Where is the best place to celebrate your husband’s 50th birthday?

The place for the cel­e­bra­tion depends on how many guests are expect­ed. If you are not going to call a noisy com­pa­ny, then you can cel­e­brate togeth­er in a small restau­rant. If there are many guests, you should choose a good or unusu­al place (a restau­rant in a sky­scraper, rent a plea­sure boat, gaze­bos by the lake). It is also worth con­sid­er­ing the menu so that the guests are suf­fi­cient­ly full and not drunk at the begin­ning of the cel­e­bra­tion.

In sum­mer, var­i­ous pavil­ions near water bod­ies are pop­u­lar. In win­ter, ban­quet halls or coun­try hotels are most often rent­ed. More­over, the option with a coun­try hotel is much more inter­est­ing, because in addi­tion to the feast, you can vis­it a bath­house, ride in a sleigh, etc. Orga­nize active recre­ation for all guests. Of course, the cost of such a hol­i­day will be high, but the mem­o­ries will remain for a long time.