Looking for some cool new gear to capitalize on those manly urges? There’s a little something for every kind of guy on our list: The athletic type, the music junkie, the self-appointed beer connoisseur. Whoever you are, we got you covered. Here are our top picks for some of the best gadgets for men that money can buy.
Audio-Technica ATH-ANC9 Headphones – $350
Audio-Technica rarely disappoints, and these over-the-ear headphones are no exception. The excellent design combined with soft, faux-leather memory foam ear pads make for a comfy, snug fit. And the sound? Absolutely superb with or without noise cancelling engaged. These professional headphones are great for any guy who likes quality audio at home or on the road.
Eton Boost Turbine – $60
If the Mayan calendar holds true, the end of the world is upon us. The Boost Turbine is a nifty way to keep your electronics alive and well during any power outage, apocalypse-induced or not. The durable power pack features a sleek aluminum body, LED charge indicator, and a Micro-USB DC input that is compatible with most standard phone charges. Oh, and in case you want a little workout on the side, the device can also charge gadgets via a hand-powered crank in addition to a lithium ion battery. How’s that for manly?
Fitbit One – $100
One of two new devices in the Fitbit lineup, the One is a dramatic improvement over its predecessor, the Fitbit Ultra. The small fitness device clips onto your clothing and tracks your various daily activities including the amount of calories burned, steps taken, and overall sleep quality. You can also access all this data with a free Web account on Fitbit.com or the Fitbit app to analyze activity trends. The rechargeable battery can last up one week on a single charge so you can clip it on and go.
JBL OnBeat Xtreme – $430
The JBL OnBeat Xtreme is your one-stop option for the best all-around iPod speaker dock. The sound quality is fantastic, whether your device is docked or streamed over Bluetooth, and the speaker is solidly built to stand the test of time. The addition of a ⅛-inch auxiliary input makes it compatible with pretty much anything that has an analog audio output, and the built-in microphone allows you to take calls while playing your favorite tunes. Be forewarned though: You may want to lower that music volume before accepting a call.
Read more: Brandon Widder, Digital Trends