Last Updated: Dec 22, 2021 @ 7:10 pm.

What are the best romantic gifts for men? To find out, we asked the experts—guys! We asked our readers for their favorite gifts over the years. Here are the ones we recommend.

FYI: We've been reviewing and rating products for the home and families since 1994. We don't take money or freebies from the brands we review. Our work is 100% reader-supported!

Finding the Best Romantic Gifts For Men

Let’s talk romantic gifts!

When we asked the guys among our readership for their favorite romantic gifts, we got an earful.

Many guys like to keep it simple—the keychain below is a good example. Nothing fancy, but gets the point across.

Jerky (and food in general) is another perennial favorite. We looked at several suggestions from our readers before picking a couple of choice you see below.

So drum roll . . . here are the best romantic gifts for men:

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Best Simple Gift

Nice engraving
Sometimes, it is the little things that count—this simple keychain does the trick. Bonus: comes in a nice jewelry gift box.

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Best Food Gift

Surprise, it's jerky!
We're not sure what we love more here: the 10 samples of super tasty jerky (our favorite: black pepper). Or the sharp looking heart-shaped box. Caveat: expensive for small size jerky treats.
$39.99 ($8.00 / Ounce)

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Best Game Gift

Learn new things about your partner
Fun! We liked how you can play this game one-on-one with your partner or with other couples. Sparks great conversations!

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Best For Meat Lovers

Delicious, rich flavors
Yes, this bouquet is meat sticks. And boy are they tasty! Caveat: shipping box gives away what's inside!
$59.99 ($3.00 / Ounce)

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About the Authors

Denise & Alan Fields are consumer advocates and best-selling authors. The Fields have authored 12 books with three million copies in print, including the best-selling guide to baby gear, Baby Bargains.

The Fields have been featured and quoted in the New York TimesWall Street Journal and Los Angeles Times.

As consumer products experts, the Fields have been guests on the NBC Today Show, Good Morning America and ABC’s 20/20.

How We Pick Products To Recommend

We often turn to our readers (3 million strong!) to find products to recommend. We ask our parent readers for their favorites and consider their real-world experiences in our recommendations.

When we test a product, we always purchase it with our own monies. We do not take free samples, as we believe that compromises our independence.

We also fact check manufacturer information with our own measurements. If a maker claims a product weighs X pounds, we will weigh it to make sure. If the battery life is supposed to be six hours, we will see how it stands up in the real world.

In some cases, we will do interviews with experts in the field to get additional feedback on products.

To get hands-on time with products, we regularly meet one-on-one with gear companies and even tour manufacturing facilities. (When we do this, we pay our own travel expenses).

Why Trust Us

We’ve been rating and reviewing products for the home and families since 1994. We do extensive research, evaluating products with an eye toward quality, ease of use and affordability.

We make our living off of affiliate commissions, but we always recommend what we think are the best bets for our readers (not the ones that are the most expensive). We are always looking for products that offer the best bang for the buck.

Our independence is a key reason why we have been doing this so long. As we mentioned above, when we purchase a product for hands-on testing, we do so with our own money.

Here’s another key point: we don’t take money from the brands we review. No free samples, no sponsors, no “partnerships.” Our work is 100% reader-supported!

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