12 Days of Holiday Giveaways: Something for the guys!

This great giveaway is the next to the last in my series for the holidays, and it has something for every guy in your life!

250_24pwr_wht_completeFirst, for the electronics-junkie, we have a Duracell Powermatt “24 Hour Power System*” to give away! I’ve been using this and really appreciate having one spot where our phones can charge, along with a portable battery backup charger. Also included is an access case, which allows phones to charge without any cord! For the busy guy (or gal!) who relies on a cell phone or iPod, this system really comes in handy. Keep the portable battery backup fully charged and tucked away in a coat pocket or backpack, so you’ll always be ready to charge that almost-dead phone.

*This system is for the iPhone 4/4S and/or Android.

Next, something really fun and special for the new, or soon-to-be-new, dad! It’s a Daddy Diaper Pack! This is a well-equipped, ultimate backpack for the new dad in the family.

backpacksmallPRINTThe custom design allows less fumbling through deep pockets and eliminates struggling to take off the pack while holding baby. The side pockets are great for water bottles, baby bottles, and sippy cups. There’s a big pouch for diapers, wipes, and a change of clothes (and of course a small one for the “dirty stuff”).

The front organizer pocket is designed for the essentials like keys, money, cell phone, pacifier, and small toys. The insulated cooler pocket is perfect for snacks. The skater straps are great for hooking everything from sand pails, to beach towels, to flip flops, hats, and even wet clothes.

The Daddy Diaper Pack™ by DaddyScrubs is truly the ultimate go-to diaper bag for dads – perfect for all occasions like shopping, walking trips, car rides, and emergencies.

You’ll have to customize the Pack with your own diapers, toys, blankets, and, of course, a baby! (Prize does not include additional items in photo.)

Screen Shot 2013-12-12 at 2_50_21 PMFinally, from Overstock.com comes a terrific, very MANLY looking American Casual Collection messenger bag! My son immediately fell in love with this, and has been using it as a book bag ever since. It can easily hold textbooks and notebooks, electronics, and just about anything else a guy feels he really needs to have at the ready.

However, no one would ever confuse this bag with a purse. Man-purses are a no-go here at The Survival Mom!

It’s made of sturdy canvas in neutral colors that pretty much go with everything, if your guy cares about that sort of thing.

Giveaway details

There are 3 prizes and 3 winners will be selected at random to receive one of the prizes. Giveaway ends on December 20, and winners will be notified within 48 hours.

I’d like to give you plenty of opportunities to win one of these prizes with this Rafflecopter entry form. Each time you click on one of the different ways to enter, you earn additional points, and, of course, the more points you accumulate, the more chances you have of winning.

Have fun with this one!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

 

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Comments

  1. qt prepper says

    I would give the self sustaining, dream farm we have both wanted for a very long time, 10 acres with woods and farm land, solar and wind powered everyone’s dream.

  2. Beverly says

    Would probably give him a visit to one of the most progressive MDs or Naturopaths in the US or the world. The ones here in Nashville, TN are just not cutting it……

  3. Patty Kasiewicz says

    My husband enjoys cooking. I would love to get him a new stove to use and new pots and pans . You might think it is unmanly but he is disabled and loves to putter around in the kitchen trying new recipes.

  4. Dulci says

    If money were no issue I would give my husband the land we’ve been saving for, and a cabin with an amazing library for all of the books we have stored away until we have room for them.

  5. Amber Bourland says

    If money were no object, I would get him a new extended cab, 4wd truck with automatic transmission so he could do his job and I wouldn’t have to worry about him getting back and forth safely.

  6. Lawre Sullivan says

    I think this year we will just focus on others as our budget is so tight. We will be making things like the old fashioned Christmas’s. Although there is a lot of things I would like to buy for him and the others, we will enjoy it for what the season is. To me that’s just being Thankful for everyday and having our loved ones a part of our life.

  7. Amanda says

    I’d make a deal with my grandmother to buy her property. There is a freshwater stream on property, 5+ acres of farm ready, 2 ponds, an established orchard and grape arbor, 2 barns, and there’s a walk-in meat locker in the basement.

  8. HeatherLDG (noonavarden) says

    Id give my family anything they needed and all their debts paid off. After having my house built in the Adirondacks, I would help my community and move my best friend up to never have to worry about feeding her son again. Knowing everyone is taken care of, it would give me the time to travel around the US, helping people with acts of kindness, getting awareness out for families struggling here and the homeless needing help. Id love to build a program for homeless, any homeless person, so they had a place to stay and resources. Ok, thats enough of my novel lol.

  9. Kari says

    My favorite gift to my husband was taking him fly fishing on the Green River in Utah! Always nice to be able to give them something that really makes him feel manly. *giggle* That was many moons ago & one day I’d like to do it again.

  10. Avlor says

    A new 4 wheel drive vehicle. He’s driving an old beater right now. (Though he’d pick a sports car if he could… Do they make 4WD Lamborghinis? looked it up – well they do. I’m in luck.)

  11. rayraycartucci says

    If I could buy my husband anything I would buy a grand piano for my husband who really wants to play piano(he plays everything else)but has never been around pianos enough to learn it

  12. Mimi says

    A nice big router table with router and accessories for his home business. He is using lots of smaller items to make things work, but it is not easy.

  13. Mary Ungruhe says

    A house in the country w/ 10 (or more) acres, some good dirt, a spring-fed stream, you know, basically a Survival Compound! 😉

  14. Laurie says

    I have no signifcant other but if money were no object I’d buy a tiny house camper/mini trailer for my son and I to have our own place and we could camp in it

  15. MonicaSGS says

    I rarely am able to find something for my husband because when he sees something he likes he stays quiet and then buys it for himself. How fun would it be to surprise him with things I know he will like and yet hasn’t (probably) crossed his mind!

  16. Tony Dellwo says

    I would pay for her to get the help that she wants with her PCOS. If money wasn’t a factor that is what I would do.

  17. says

    Money wouldn’t be the object, it is determining what she really wants. She doesn’t allow herself much so doesn’t leave any hints as to what she wants. Getting it right is a real hit or miss affair!

  18. says

    Concert tickets, spending money for food, drinks and T-shirts, and hotel rooms or transportation costs for every artist that will be playing this year nearby, that we love.

  19. Louise says

    He wants a replacement for his PT Cruiser, since a kamikazee deer wiped his old one out! I would buy him a newer used PT Cruiser in gun-metal grey (they don’t make them new anymore).

  20. Kimberly R says

    If Money was no object it would be a baby of our own. He is a wonderful Dad to my 2 boys but I cant carry anymore babies. Biologically yes we could have 1.

  21. Kim says

    If money were no object I would move to a warmer climate with lots of land so we could start our own homestead and I would make it so he didn’t have to work, just on the homestead.

  22. Maureen says

    I don’t have a special someone at the moment but if I did I’d try to find out what his dearest desire(s) was and get it for him, if I could. :)

  23. Missy Glover says

    If money were no object, I would give my husband either a suburban or a diesel Ford truck, years 1997-2003. He doesn’t want a newer one :)

  24. Joyce says

    He wants a metal detector and all the accessories. He also wants a wood splitter. A nice cabin on a lake so that he could go fishing whenever the mood strikes.

  25. Vickie Riddle says

    That’s a loaded question, I would give my “other” a nevermind, since it’s in the spirit of Christmas, a divorce so he and his girlfriend can go away.

  26. Patrick says

    If money were truly no object, I would give her and our children a full on compound. Nothing to make the government come shake us down, but enough to keep us safe and secure while still being part of the world.

  27. Kelly S says

    if I had the money/time I would give him the gift of travel! So many places we would like to see and experience together.

  28. Christina Knighton says

    I love this site. I would buy my loved one something beneficial and purposeful for help in dire situations . :0)

  29. Denise kline says

    If money were no object, I would buy back the Lincoln LS that my husband willingly sold in order to raise funds for the purchase of our first house! It was a great, selfless decision, but every time we see one on the road, I’m reminded of how much he misses it!

  30. Lucie B. says

    I’d love to be able to give my hubby 40 acres with a cabin, a creek, and a mule or two. He’d be in heaven for the rest of his life.

  31. Jennifer says

    I would buy my husband the best generator (actually 2 so he has a backup!) that money can buy, suitable for our needs of course, and a large gasoline/propane tank (full) to fuel it.

  32. says

    I would buy my wife the Hawaiian cruise with our girls that she wants so badly! I’m already saving up all my Tips to hopefully take them there in 4-5 years, but if I could put that under the tree this christmas, she would be so very happy.

  33. says

    I’d get my husband a really nice pickup truck. He has a part time landscaping job (in addition to his forester full time job) and a truck would come in handy!

  34. Debbie says

    Acres and acres of land with a pond, a grain mill, guns and ammo, top of the line water filtration system, an off-grid cabin.

  35. Alexis says

    If money were no object, I would build an extra bathroom just for hubby. He hates sharing ours. All my stuff gets in his way, and he could go in there and hide as long as he wants without being bothered.

  36. Deborah Sisk Clark says

    I would get him the almost $500 weight set he wants. Unfortunately it’s a little out of our affordability range right now.

  37. Sandy Fowler says

    Wow, another great give-a-way: how awesome! my DH would love any of these! thanks so much for another GREAT opportunity to win!!!!
    Happy Holidays to all of you,
    Sandy

  38. Heather Hudson says

    If money were no object, I would hire a full time nurse and the best of the best doctors to care for his mother who is declining in her health and battling cancer.

  39. Shiloh says

    If money were no object, I would get my significant other the self-sufficient homestead that we are currently working so hard to obtain! The works…solar/wind/hydro power…land for our animals and garden…land for our dirt bike trails…natural water source…the works!!!!!!!!

  40. Cathy H says

    If money were no object, I would give him the perfect country home/land that he has been dreaming of along with a new 4-wheeler and tractor to do everything he would want to do on the farm!

  41. says

    I’d buy him that super big TV he wants the edge-less one… but if money really was no object I would give him the money to start him own business doing what he loves.

  42. Laura S says

    If money were REALLY no object I’d get him a private jet, a hangar to keep it in and a pilot to fly it to our beach home –which I would also buy for him.

  43. says

    my husband died in 2011 miss him dearly but he always wanted to live off the grid so if I could have anything I would want a cabin in the mountains next to a creek and have one hundred acres an a nice 4-wheeler and a snow sled

  44. SingleMom says

    A large cabin in the middle of 100 acres — lots of woods, a clear-flowing creek, and enough open space for a garden and a farm animal or two.

  45. Kate says

    Great give away, dear hubby would love this, I’m finally getting him to understand what I’ve been up to for the past year!!!!

  46. GrilledAsparagus says

    If money were no object, I’d buy him a cabin on a lake near a fabulous golf course so he can retire and play golf when he finishes his 25 years on the fire department in 4.5 years – hooray! Hopefully, he’d let me come visit on weekends while I finish slaving away for another 10 or 12 years ugh. :)

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