120+ Ideas of What to Give Your Husband for 35 Years

Find­ing a gift for your loved one is not an easy task. Men most often buy the nec­es­sary things for them­selves on their own and with­out delay, and “Wish­list” is rarely placed in a spe­cial wish­list. we will tell you what you can give your hus­band for 35 years
120+ Ideas of What to Give Your Husband for 35 Years
120+ ideas of what to give your hus­band for 35 years. Pho­to: shutterstock.com

To decide on a gift, some­times it is not enough to know the tastes and inter­ests of the birth­day man. Often, the wives of avid fish­er­men and hunters puz­zle over what their hus­band will like and what he lacks.

A cor­rect­ly select­ed present will diver­si­fy or facil­i­tate the every­day life of the donee and will not gath­er dust on the shelf. We offer you to look at the list of inter­est­ing ideas from we — you will sure­ly find sev­er­al options for what you can give your hus­band for 35 years.

Top 25 best options for original gifts for a husband for 35 years

Some men spend all their free time in nature, oth­ers pre­fer to wan­der through art gal­leries, and still oth­ers do not get out of the gym. We’ve tried our best to find some­thing for every occa­sion.

For summer residents and lovers of outdoor recreation

1. Brazier

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Mod­ern bra­zier will appeal to grill mas­ters and bar­be­cue lovers. You can take a fold­ing design if your hus­band is easy-going and ready to have pic­nics any­where.

An alter­na­tive to a mobile bar­be­cue will be a mono­lith­ic steel struc­ture, with a retractable ash pan, a table and a built-in fire­wood rack.

Choose mod­els from high-qual­i­ty heat-resis­tant steel with a wall thick­ness of 2 mm. Pay atten­tion to the grooves for skers on the bra­zier and the abil­i­ty to cook in a caul­dron.

2. A set of skers

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When it comes to a gift set of skers, not only func­tion­al char­ac­ter­is­tics are impor­tant, but also appear­ance. You can buy durable long skers made of food steel with carved han­dles made of rare mate­ri­als, such as wal­nut. For greater pre­sentabil­i­ty, choose mod­els with a stor­age case, which is made of gen­uine leather. On such a cov­er, you can make a unique engrav­ing for your hus­band.

3. Electric saw

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One of the most nec­es­sary men’s tools is a saw, which is suit­able for cut­ting dry branch­es, and for repair and con­struc­tion work, and for prepar­ing fire­wood. It is not nec­es­sary to buy a pro­fes­sion­al heavy tool: there are mobile por saws in stores that run on bat­tery por, com­pact in ight and small in por ver­sions.

When choos­ing a gift, start from the type of saw design (chain, cir­cu­lar, etc.), and also pay atten­tion to mod­els with over­heat­ing pro­tec­tion.

4. Cooler bag

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Pic­nic lovers will appre­ci­ate the func­tion­al isother­mal bag, which is able to main­tain the required high and low tem­per­a­ture for up to 24 hours. It can be use­ful to your hus­band on a fish­ing trip or on the beach. It is worth buy­ing mod­els in which the insu­lat­ing lay­er is more than 1 cm, and the walls are as thick as pos­si­ble. The best option is a cool­er bag with a vol­ume of 30 liters, igh­ing no more than 1.5 kg.

5. Multitool

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A uni­ver­sal tool — a rel­a­tive of the Swiss knife — is respect­ed by men. A mod­el with pli­ers, an awl, a bot­tle open­er, a knife and screw­drivers will be a great gift for the 35th anniver­sary.

Be sure to read what mate­r­i­al the mul­ti­tool is made of, and do not try to choose a mod­el with a myr­i­ad of tools, 4–6 will be enough. This is the case when the main thing is qual­i­ty, not quan­ti­ty.

For couch potatoes

1. Coffee machine

coffee machine
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If the first thing your spouse dreams about in the morn­ing is fresh­ly bred cof­fee, it’s time to give him a qual­i­ty cof­fee machine. This is not about a huge carob colos­sus from a cof­fee shop: for the home, there are minia­ture cap­sule, drip and oth­er options. If the hus­band under­stands bean cof­fee, it is bet­ter to stop at a bean cof­fee machine, which, as if by mag­ic, will make espres­so from Ara­bi­ca cof­fee.

2. Board game

Board game
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For a long time, the range of board games is not lim­it­ed to mahjong, monop­oly and lot­to. On the shelves of stores there are the­mat­ic edi­tions of games based on books and films, ana­logues of com­put­er strat­e­gy games, all kinds of rpg games and word/gesture board games.

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The range is so wide that even the most selec­tive man can choose the right option. You can start from the num­ber of play­ers, dura­tion, theme and com­plex­i­ty. And the price range is wide: you can choose an option for any bud­get.

3. Smart home kit

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If your hus­band is tech savvy and likes to improve every­thing around, you can choose as a gift a kit for con­trol­ling lights, heat­ing, air con­di­tion­ing, cam­eras and elec­tric­i­ty in sock­ets in the apart­ment.

It is enough to enter the nec­es­sary set­tings in the con­trol mod­ule and your hus­band will be able to con­trol all the process­es in the house at the click of a fin­ger.

4. Game console

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Not only hard­core gamers and teenagers dream of a gam­ing con­sole. For an evening with a mod­ern Sony or oth­er game con­sole, your spouse can invite friends or spend a cou­ple of hours after work to unload.

Be sure to check before buy­ing if the set-top box is com­pat­i­ble with your TV — you need it to sup­port 4K for­mat.

5. Fancy whiskey/beer glass

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One of the bud­get gift options (or in addi­tion to the main one) would be a beer mug or a glass for your hus­band’s oth­er favorite drink.

Here it is worth turn­ing on the fan­ta­sy and choos­ing a unique sam­ple. For exam­ple, for hock­ey fans there are beer mugs with a “wired” puck in the body. You can also do cus­tom engrav­ing.

For those who lead an active lifestyle

1. Smart watch or fitness bracelet

Smart watch
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A mod­ern gad­get will help the hus­band to mon­i­tor the progress of train­ing and con­trol dai­ly activ­i­ty. Many cur­rent mod­els are water resis­tant, so a man can take a shor and even swim in the pool with­out remov­ing the acces­so­ry. In addi­tion, the gad­get will help you always stay in touch: noti­fi­ca­tions of calls and mes­sages will be dis­played on the screen of the watch/bracelet.

2. Thermal mug

Thermo mug
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For ear­ly ris­ers, a ther­mal mug becomes a life­saver: it’s nice to go to work if you have fresh hot cof­fee or tea on hand. You can choose a mod­el that fits the cup hold­er in your spouse’s car or opt for a heat­ed device.

Before buy­ing, pay atten­tion to the mate­r­i­al of the bowl and the type of lock: rotary mech­a­nism, valve, non-spill hole.

3. Action camera

Children's action camera
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Fans of extreme sports will appre­ci­ate the high-qual­i­ty shoot­ing of stunts with the help of an action cam­era. Also, the device can be use­ful in a reg­u­lar hike, raft­ing or hunt­ing: when you want to cap­ture every­thing with­out tak­ing your hands on the cam­era at the same time.

Now the hus­band does not have to get the phone: the cam­era shoots Full HD video with 4K res­o­lu­tion. The gad­get is light and maneu­ver­able, you can choose a durable mod­el with a wide view­ing angle. When choos­ing a gift, you should give pref­er­ence to a cam­era that is not afraid of water and eas­i­ly endures strong shak­ing and falls.

4. Sports nutrition shaker

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For those who can­not live with­out pro­tein shakes and gain­ers, a qual­i­ty shak­er will be the best gift. Most often, a stain­less steel ball is placed in the bot­tle, which turns the con­tents into a homo­ge­neous mass.

It is impor­tant that the shak­er has spill pro­tec­tion and a mea­sur­ing scale. The stan­dard vol­ume of a bot­tle for sports nutri­tion is 450–600 ml.

5. Bath set

Bath set
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Fans of the Finnish steam room and the Russ­ian sauna will love the set for going to the bath­house. Most often it includes:

  • broom,
  • bath­house hat,
  • tol,
  • 1–3 aro­ma blends for vap­ing.

You can order a sauna kit with per­son­al­ized embroi­dery or com­ple­ment the fin­ished com­po­si­tion with your hus­band’s favorite sham­poo.

Be sure to check when the broom was assem­bled. A fresh broom will last longer and will not crum­ble imme­di­ate­ly after unpack­ing.

For technology lovers

1. Wireless headphones

Wireless headphones
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An alter­na­tive to wired in-ear head­phones are com­pact wire­less head­phones. The only thing they are infe­ri­or to their pre­de­ces­sors is that such a device needs to be charged on time.

Choose head­phones not only by bat­tery capac­i­ty and col­or, but also by the shape that your hus­band is used to. You should not buy the cheap­est option: there is a high prob­a­bil­i­ty that you will throw mon­ey away.

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2. Quadcopter

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Aer­i­al pho­tog­ra­phy has become avail­able to ama­teurs: a vari­ety of drones are sold every­where. Don’t think it’s just a toy. In addi­tion to the fact that the hus­band will be able to take high-qual­i­ty shoot­ing from a bird’s eye view, he will have a chance to par­tic­i­pate in drone rac­ing and win a prize for the best shot.

3. E‑book

Electronic book
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If your hus­band can­not imag­ine his evening with­out a book, but so far he man­ages only paper ver­sions or reads from his phone, you can give him an elec­tron­ic read­er.

Mod­ern mod­els pro­tect the read­er’s eye­sight, slow­ly con­sume the charge and con­tain almost the entire vol­ume of the Lenin Library. There are col­or screen read­ers for those who love graph­ic nov­els (comics).

4. Smart speaker

smart speaker
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Think about it, maybe it’s time to get an “inter­locu­tor” for your hus­band, who will turn on suit­able music on request, and ansr the child’s ques­tions, and even joke about it. All this is with­in the por of a smart speak­er — a minia­ture device that selects con­tent for the own­er, talks about the sit­u­a­tion on the road and in the world, replaces the radio, and some­times even a smart­phone.

5. 3D printer

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A 3D print­er is not just office equip­ment, but a whole field for exper­i­men­ta­tion. Such a gift will not leave indif­fer­ent a man with an engi­neer­ing mind­set, an archi­tect or a design­er, and any per­son who wants to real­ize any of his ideas in 3D at home.

The gift is not cheap, espe­cial­ly con­sid­er­ing the cost of con­sum­ables. Nev­er­the­less, such print­ers are gain­ing pop­u­lar­i­ty and are increas­ing­ly set­tling in the homes of cre­ative peo­ple.

For those who respect the classics

1. Leather wallet

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A clas­sic strict purse or a sam­ple with a com­mem­o­ra­tive engrav­ing — choose the option that your hus­band will appre­ci­ate. It is impor­tant not to spare mon­ey for qual­i­ty mate­r­i­al. Gen­uine leather prod­ucts nev­er go out of fash­ion.

2. Quality tie

Pho­to: Adri­an C. Nitu, globallooweress.com

There are nev­er too many ties, so if your hus­band ars ties, you can add anoth­er sam­ple to his col­lec­tion.

Choose high-qual­i­ty fab­ric, inter­est­ing col­ors that your spouse will approve. You can buy a tie in a gift box or with a clip includ­ed.

3. Cufflinks

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Think jel­ry is just for women? What­ev­er it is: pay atten­tion to the cuf­flinks. This small ele­ment of the image will empha­size the pre­sentabil­i­ty of your man.

There are dif­fer­ent options to choose from: Chain Link, that is, con­nect­ed by a chain, or clas­sic two balls, Bar type.

4. Beard trimmer

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Not just a razor, but a real pro­fes­sion­al beard groom­ing tool will be a good gift for a man who prefers to keep his facial hair. Var­i­ous noz­zles will help trim and shape the beard you need. Take a clos­er look at the sharp­en­ing of the blades: how sharp they are and how easy it is to clean the struc­ture after use.

5. Leather belt

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It is dif­fi­cult to come up with a more ver­sa­tile gift than a qual­i­ty leather belt. Even if a man does not ar trousers, but prefers jeans, a belt will dec­o­rate his image. Do not choose a frilly buck­le — beau­ty is in sim­plic­i­ty.


What to present as a gift to her hus­band for 40 years — unhack­neyed ideas

Original gift ideas for husband for 35 years

If you haven’t found the “same” per­fect present for your lover in the top 25, take a clos­er look at this list.

  1. Sports equip­ment (ball, rack­et, stick, etc.)
  2. bar­ber­shop cer­tifi­cate
  3. Sub­scrip­tion to the gym
  4. Trav­el bag
  5. Coupon for kart­ing
  6. Sub­scrip­tion to online cinema/music
  7. VR glass­es
  8. Som­me­li­er set
  9. Assem­bly mod­el car
  10. Pok­er set
  11. Chess
  12. Wrist watch
  13. Flash­light
  14. Set of tools
  15. Fish­ing gear
  16. Bacweack/briefcase
  17. home grill
  18. DVR
  19. Wire­less Blue­tooth speak­er
  20. Orga­niz­er
  21. per­fume
  22. car care kit
  23. Shirt
  24. Head­phones
  25. Cam­era
  26. Lad­der
  27. Mas­ter class on cook­ing steaks
  28. mas­sage cer­tifi­cate
  29. Indi­vid­ual tai­lor­ing of a suit
  30. MOT for his car
  31. Med­ical insur­ance
  32. Check-exam­i­na­tion of the body
  33. boots
  34. Din­ner in a restau­rant in the dark
  35. car vac­u­um clean­er
  36. Hor­i­zon­tal bar
  37. Dumb­bells
  38. Axe
  39. lawn mor
  40. Ortho­pe­dic mat­tress
  41. Ortho­pe­dic pil­low
  42. home pro­jec­tor and screen
  43. Com­put­er mouse for gamers
  44. Key­board for gamers
  45. Shoe care kit
  46. Wire­less charg­er
  47. Knife set
  48. Ther­mos
  49. trav­el pil­low
  50. Gui­tar
  51. For­eign lan­guage cours­es
  52. Umbrel­la
  53. Sus­penders
  54. Belt bag
  55. Hold­er for your mobile phone
  56. Cof­fee
  57. Wine decanter
  58. flask
  59. Pass­port cov­er
  60. Fold­er for stor­ing doc­u­ments
  61. Dear Pen
  62. Elec­tron­ic Cig­a­rette
  63. Hookah
  64. portable fire­place
  65. Trav­el
  66. Night city tour
  67. Sub­scrip­tion for food deliv­ery
  68. Win­ter fish­ing
  69. Hike to the bath com­plex
  70. Smart alarm clock
  71. ther­mal under­ar
  72. Tablet
  73. Elec­tric Tooth­brush
  74. busi­ness card hold­er
  75. Lighter
  76. Cig­a­rette case
  77. Bot­tle for strong drinks
  78. Kick scoot­er
  79. Inflat­able boat
  80. Train­ing cours­es (IT, pro­gram­ming, etc.)
  81. Swim­ming with dol­phins
  82. Plate
  83. retro turntable
  84. themed cake
  85. USB stick
  86. Camp­ing uten­sils set
  87. Bed sheets
  88. rain­coat tent
  89. Poster
  90. Sleep mask
  91. earplugs
  92. Pro­fes­sion­al roulette
  93. Com­put­er / lap­top
  94. Shoot­ing range
  95. Equip­ment (for exam­ple, for rid­ing a motor­cy­cle)
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How to choose a gift for a husband for 35 years

Togeth­er with an expert host­ed by Max­im Davy­dov made a kind of route map of how to find out what a hus­band would like to receive as a gift.

More ideas

How to con­grat­u­late your hus­band and what to give him so that the anniver­sary will be remem­bered for a long time

  • Before ask­ing direct­ly about what you want, observe what your loved one lacks. Maybe the screw­drivers are ran­dom­ly lying in the tool­box, since there is no case to store them? Or has he recent­ly lost one of his cuf­flinks? Take a clos­er look, sud­den­ly his purse was rather frayed, and the hus­band nev­er bought a new one.
  • Talk to your friends: per­haps your mis­sus com­plained to them about the DVR being hand­ed over or tells how he dreams of sky­div­ing, but does not get around to it.
  • If you can’t pick up a mate­r­i­al gift, give emo­tions. A cer­tifi­cate for sev­er­al races in kart­ing or indi­vid­ual lessons in a yacht club will sur­prise your beloved. By the way, it is believed that the impres­sions from gifts asso­ci­at­ed with emo­tions are much brighter than from the most expen­sive trin­kets.

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Popular questions and ansrs

There are always a lot of ques­tions around the top­ic of gifts, so asked expert Max­im Davy­dov to ansr the most fre­quent­ly asked ques­tions about the hol­i­day and gifts.

What can not be given to a husband for 35 years?

To ansr this ques­tion, it is nec­es­sary to shift the focus from the age of the hus­band, to the “for­bid­den” — prod­ucts that do not fit the role of an ide­al birth­day gift. These include, for exam­ple, socks, slip­pers and oth­er non-orig­i­nal items of cloth­ing and house­hold items.

This can also include alco­holic bev­er­ages and cig­ars (cig­a­rettes / hookahs / elec­tron­ic cig­a­rettes) if your hus­band has recent­ly giv­en up bad habits.

It is not rec­om­mend­ed to give mon­ey as a gift, espe­cial­ly if you have a joint bud­get. You can also mis­cal­cu­late with the aro­ma of per­fume, so if you do not know for sure your pref­er­ences and favorite brands, it is bet­ter to refrain from such a gift.

What a surprise to arrange for her husband on his 35th birthday?

Most often, men after 30 are immersed in work and fam­i­ly chores, so there is not much time to meet friends, and it is dif­fi­cult to match sched­ules. There­fore, a sur­prise par­ty arranged by you, to which you can invite close friends of your hus­band, will be an excel­lent addi­tion to the gift.

The sec­ond option is the exact oppo­site of the one described above. If you have small chil­dren, per­haps the hus­band lacks the atten­tion of his wife, and a tête-à-tête evening will be a good solu­tion for cel­e­brat­ing. Choose the way to cel­e­brate, based on the sit­u­a­tion.

How and where is the best place to celebrate your husband’s 35th birthday?

If you have cho­sen a sur­prise par­ty, you can arrange it at your spouse’s favorite bar or, ather per­mit­ting, out­doors. If on this day your hus­band will be sur­round­ed by rel­a­tives and loved ones, the room does not play a spe­cial role.

Think over the menu and the list of guests, and then choose the appro­pri­ate con­di­tions for your request.

Remem­ber that it is not nec­es­sary to rent tables in an expen­sive restau­rant — you can arrange a paint­ball or bar­be­cue out­ing.