52 Gifts For Weather Geeks
1. Cosmos Knife Set
From their stunning images to the amazing detail, these knives are so much more than a pretty face. The handle is made of beautiful wood with an iron bolster and brass rivet details. These high-quality blades will feel as good in your hand as they look on the countertop! Includes 6 steak knives, 1 carving knife and 1 utility knife.
2. Solar Wind Chime
These are interesting and magical wind chimes that keep you in a good mood. At night, they will shine in wonderful colors, red, yellow, green, orange, purple, red and blue. They will change various kinds of brilliant colors to light up your heart, making you and family happy. They are so close to you, even 10 times more beautiful than the shining stars in the sky. You’ll love them.
3. Neck Brace | Work Gloves | Backpack
Neck Brace | Work Gloves The perfect backpack for a student! This backpack has it all – multiple organizers, laptop compartment, and even space for books. The bag is durable and water-resistant making it an excellent travel backpack as well.
4. Pocket Fan
This little guy can do it all! The fan is USB-rechargeable, so you never have to worry about batteries. It’s designed to keep you cool on the golf course or while working in a barn, and it comes with a built-in flashlight for when the power goes out.
5. Travel Backpack
This waterproof backpack is made to protect your laptop and other valuables against all kinds of elements. The large main compartment fits a 17-inch laptop, while the front pocket can fit everything you need for an adventure, including a rain jacket, water bottle (almost any size), multi-tool, toiletries bag, and more.
6. Portable Camping Fan
This camping fan is a great addition to any outdoor enthusiast’s gear. Whether you want to beat the heat or keep cool in your tent this fan will get the job done! This fan also has an SOS feature, so if anything were to happen and you needed help standing up, passers-by could alert authorities by activating the alarm.
7. Dino Socks | Holiday Gift for Dad | Birthday Gift Ideas for Men | Funny socks for men
Dino Socks | Holiday Gift for Dad | Birthday Gift Ideas for Men Sometimes we all need, a little motivation. These funny dinosaur themed socks are sure to put a smile on your face and maybe even get you out of the house! Made from 80% cotton and 20% polyester these socks are lightweight, breathable, and comfortable enough to run in.
8. Slim Wallet
This practical and stylish backpack has one main compartment, two front pockets, two pen holders, a key holder fob and lots of mesh pockets to keep everything neat and organized. The bag is water-resistant so you can carry all your gear to the beach or pool without worrying about it getting wet.
9. Rechargeable Fan
They say the side of a mountain can’t be climbed, but they don’t say you can’t cool off on the way up. This fan will give you all-around airflow and is rechargeable, which means no more worrying about batteries! It has 48 air outlets to provide maximum cooling power in any direction.
This super cozy fleece hoodie makes the perfect gift for that special 15-year-old in your life who is a fan of warm weather activities and minimalistic style. The North Face made this edition extra thick to keep him warm and comfortable!
11. Bigfoot Socks
If your dad loves wearing sassy socks, then these Sasquatch-themed socks are perfect. Made from 76% cotton, 21% nylon and 3% spandex the socks are comfortable enough to be worn all day long.
12. Slapshot Watch
Digital watches are all the rage, and this Casio model takes slapshots to the wrist! This is a great gift for that hockey-loving dad in your life. It’s 100% digital with an easy to read LCD display. With 5 alarms and 6 different alarms types, you can be sure he’ll never miss a game!
13. Classic Watch
Designed to be a classic, this watch is from Casio’s W-series of watches. This line of watches was designed for women, but men love them too! They are affordable, durable and look great on any man. This particular model has a black resin band and measures 00902 which makes it more water resistant than your standard watch.
14. Digital Weather-Reading Watch
This is a great conversation piece and an excellent gift for anyone who loves to adventure out into the wild. This watch measures high and low pressure systems, wind speed, direction temperature and even altitude. The watch also has a timer function, altimeter function, barometer function and it plays the weather channel when connected to wifi!
15. USBboat Portable Bluetooth Speaker
This waterproof bluetooth speaker is unlike any other you’ll ever use. Bose technology pushes sound out loud and clear while their proprietary transducers and passive radiators tame the lows so it stays present even at high volumes. The built in battery lives longer than six hours, and there’s a charging port so you can keep playing when your phone is dead.
17. Home Atmosphere Monitor
With a beautiful, vintage style the Galileo Thermometer makes for a great conversation piece and is excellent for monitoring indoor temperatures. It’s fun to look at, works well, and doesn’t break the bank!
19. Gold Toiletry Bag
This leather toiletry bag is a must-have for travel, it’s small enough to fit in your checked luggage but large enough to hold all your toiletries. The bag features four internal pockets and two of the zipper pockets expand to easily hold large travel accessories.
20. English Lace Tea Towels
A few well-chosen words can give you a big lift. A nice gesture, especially if it’s on your wedding day. These tea towels are from English Lace and were handmade in England by skilled weavers who use natural dyes. Each measures 30 x 42 inches and has a lovely lace pattern.
21. Traditional Barometer
This is a traditional barometer instrument used to measure and record changes in pressure. These types of instruments are often called “weather stations” or “storm clocks.” They can also be used to monitor changes in altitude, temperature, and humidity. This particular barometer is made of brass with a glass front so you can view the indicator needle without opening the case.
22. Hanes Beefy-T’s
H&M t-shirts are made of a soft, breathable fabric (90% cotton, 10% polyester). They come in several colors and designs. This one is from the California inspired graphic collection.
23. Old Farmer’s Almanac
Celebrate the New Year with The Old Farmers Almanac which is always accurate and includes 32 pages of information not found in other almanacs. This edition has unique full-color images throughout and features such timely topics as 2021 holidays, noteworthy astronomical events, trends, best fishing days, valuable gardening information, tantalizing recipes and more.
24. Digital Thermometer
Accurately measure indoor and outdoor temperatures in both Celsius and Fahrenheit. The thermometer is made of heavy-duty, resin and stainless steel construction making it durable, weather-proof, and easy to read. Display the temperature inside or outside using the handy tip piece.
25. "Storm Chasers" Gift Set
Storm Chasers is one of the best reality television shows on Discovery Channel. The series follows scientist Tim Samaras and his chase team as they document weather phenomena around the world, seeking out tornados and other severe storms. This gift set includes all 4 seasons of Storm Chasers on DVD and includes a coffee mug with Tim’s likeness printed on it!
26. Leather Sole Oxfords
These are a nice alternative to the Allen Edmonds dress shoes that most men have. Made of full-grain leather, they come in several colors and are easy to get on and off due to the speed laces.
27. Glow In The Dark Dance Mat
Who doesn’t like to dance? For those who love to dance, this is the best gift ever. This light up dance mat will have them moving in no time at all! Follow the beat of its built-in music or connect your own fave track via AUX or BLUETOOTH. A well-padded dance surface & large light-up arrows make this the perfect activity from toddler to teen.
28. Stainless Steel Grilling Set
This stainless steel grilling set is a favorite gift for those who love to BBQ. In this kit you’ll get 8 skewers, 4 corn holders, 1 spatula with built-in bottle opener and tenderizer blades, 1 basting brush, 1 replacement head for the basting brush, and 1 tong. It’s much better than running outside in the heat trying to find something that was dropped. This makes a great stocking stuffer or birthday gift!
29. You’re Overreacting T-shirt
Does your dad or grandpa have a sense of humor? Then this “you’re overreacting” t-shirt is a must-have Christmas gift! This hilarious shirt makes the perfect gift for that 50+ year old man who needs to put those funny bones to good use.
30. The Complete National Geographic Kids Atlas
This atlas is more than just pictures – it’s a tour through the United States and beyond! Each page contains detailed information about a specific place, including history, culture, and facts about nearby nature. This educational kids’ gift will spark an interest in geography that cannot be matched!
31. Neck Fan
This personal fan is ideal for keeping cool on the go. The neck strap lets you carry it with you wherever you go. Its dual function as a fan and a lamp brings extra convenience to enjoy reading, playing games, or just staying comfortable in hot weather. A unique gift for camping lovers or anyone who loves being outdoors!
32. The Cloudspotter’s Guide
There are few things we cherish more than our favorite medium granting us a window to the world. From meteors to sunsets, from rainbows and starfields to fog banks and ground mist, clouds reveal an unguarded truth about ourselves–that we long for connection but don’t know how. This book is about clouds—how they formed, why they form that way, and what it all means.
33. Organic Cotton Socks
Soft, comfortable, and good for the environment– what’s not to like about these socks made from cotton grown without synthetic pesticides or herbicides? These are a great baby gift and an even better shower gift.
34. Hanes Men’s Heavyweight Ultimate Cotten Sweatshirt
Big and warm, this heavyweight Hanes Ultimate Cotton Crew fleece sweatshirt is cotton-rich for breathable comfort. Inside, it’s pure plush cotton for soothing softness. Made by Hanes.
36. Fashion Boom Bag
Make way for the bag ladies! This trendy anorak is a great mix of fashion and function that can be worn in your everyday life or to travel anywhere. The outer shell is a water repellent polyester microfleece, while the soft inner lining keeps you warm and dry. Includes hood, two front pockets with magnetic snap closure, adjustable draw-string waist and two side pockets with buckle closure.
37. Pressure Cooker
A pressure cooker is a great gift idea for a new mom who loves to cook and also hates to do the dishes. No more nervously checking on your meal because it will be done in its own time, with little fuss. A pressure cooker can bring down the stress of dinner and make feeding the family easier!
38. Toilet Night Light
A soothing nightlight for your bathroom makes getting up in the middle of the night easier and helps avoid injury. This toilet paper holder night light is constructed from lightweight, durable materials and plugs into an outlet—it’s perfect for any home or apartment that has limited wall socket space. It also comes with four reusable batteries, so there’s no waste associated with traditional lights.
39. Bullet Journal
This bag was designed specifically with women who travel in mind. The laptop compartment fits up to a 15.6 inch laptop and has two additional slip pockets for your phone and other smaller items. There are several different colors to choose from, but the one I received is black which is pictured.
40. Galileo Thermometer
This attractive set features a Galileo thermometer, which reads 64-80 degrees F. When the temperature rises, the liquid inside the glass tube becomes less dense and the liquid-filled bulbs sink. When the temperature cools, the process is reversed and the bulbs rise from the bottom. – Variations in barometric pressure associated with weather systems are immediately revealed by the water level in the spout of a glass barometer globe that shows a frosted world map. A low level of liquid in this globe indicates high-pressure and fair weather can be expected. A high water level is associated with bad weather.– In cases of severe weather and major storms, you may even run out of water from this spout! Both thermometers and globes are mounted on sturdy wooden bases making them an excellent educational addition to any home or classroom science collection!
42. WiFi Range Extender
This WiFi extender works with up to 15 devices and adds Wi-Fi coverage up to 1000 square feet. It connects via Ethernet cable to a router or gateway for setup instructions.
43. Glass Bottle Weather Forecaster
Beautifully decorated bottles make unique gifts that are appreciated year-round. These bottles are some of the most creative and beautiful I’ve seen, and each one is hand-painted. They come in a variety of designs which change weekly, and the color scheme for each design is represented by a corresponding fixed-position beads on the bottle.
44. World’s Finest Comics
Batman and Superman were the world’s greatest superheroes back in the 1950s, and they teamed up for these stories from 1956 to 1959 that are now available for the first time in one massive hardcover. The book includes their battles with villains including Lex Luthor, Clayface, Brainiac, Bizarro, Bat-Mite, Mr. Mxyzptlk and many others.
45. Kids’ Weather Station
The Brookstone weather station is an easy-to-use, educational gift for children to teach them about the weather. It makes learning about weather easy and fun!
46. Flash Omnibus
This is the original Silver Age Flash including stories from Showcase #4, #8, #13, and #14 as well as The Flash issues 105-132. This is a tremendous value in a single volume hardcover that any true Flash fan will want!
47. Space Bullet Pen
The original Bullet space pen was conceived in July of 1948. It became the first Fisher ball point pen, and is arguably the most popular pen of the 20th century. This pen is now all brass with a matte-black finish. When closed, the bullet space pen is the perfect size to carry in your wallet, pocket, purse, car glove box, organizer or toolbox. When open it’s a full-sized evenly balanced writing instrument. The patented ink cartridge was designed by Paul Fisher for NASA in the 1960’s enabling it to write in temperatures from -30 to +250 degrees Fahrenheit under water, in Zero gravity and at any angle – even upside down!
In the 80’s, sweats were the ultimate in comfort and was an instant mood lifter for me. I could spend hours running around playing sports but my sister and mom could always pull something off the closet to change my mood. It wasn’t until many years later that I realized just how much impact these cool clothes had on my life! This vintage Champion sweatshirt is made of 80% cotton and 20% polyester so it’s super soft and cozy but still moisture-wicking which means it will keep you dry no matter what kind of activity you get into.
49. Binary Watch
A binary watch is a watch that displays the time in the binary system, which uses only ones and zeros. This makes it easy to display any number of digits, unlike decimal numbers, which require equal increments from one unit to the next.
50. Weather Predictor Bottle
What makes a good gift for an astronomer? A telescope, of course. But we all know how difficult it is to give a woman something she doesn’t already have. This weather glass does just the opposite. It tells you the future! Hold it up to the sky and see if it matches the forecast on this bottle.
51. Weather Diary
A journal for kids to record their observations about the outside weather conditions. A great gift for a future meteorologist to get them started by using this weather log book to record daily temperatures and watch the weather to observe patterns and extremes. Space to record, Date & Time, Temperature, Cloudy/Covered/Partial, Precipitation, Wind speed & direction (mild/light/none), and Ground condition (dry/wet/mud). 100 pages – one set of observations per page.
52. Kids’ Weather Journal
Start your young scientist off on the right track with this 100-page journal to record information about the weather. Make observations every day and enter the data into a graph to later compare it to past years. Also, get them involved in recording some of their own data points so they can better identify trends over time!