Best Tech-Inspired Accessories and Gadgets for Men

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Men just do not live by their jeans and shirts. What makes them truly stand apart are the little extras and accessories that also make their daily routines a lot easier.

There are a lot of gadgets for men that are highly useful and help them in flaunting their style. From amazing time pieces to some of the best activity trackers, here are some of the best and useful gadgets and accessories for men.

Pebblebee Finder

From keys to the wallet, there are a lot of things that we tend to misplace and forget. But not anymore with the help of The Finder from Pebblebee. This gadget works perfectly with iOs 9.3 and Android 5.0 and has a buzzer that is loud and clear enough to track your misplaced things. It also has LED lights blinking to make your search easier. It has a range of 200 feet and integrates with Alexa – so you can ask her where your keys are. Just saying.

Kavu Beber Belt

This gadget is surely a summer staple for geek lovers. It is designed by Seattle-based Kavu and basically is a nylon web belt that has a bottle opener built secretly into its buckle. So beer lovers do not have to wander over searching for the openers while holding their favourite drink in hands. The belt is available in different patterns including cool textures and retro patterns and comes in black and beige colours. No. You need to buy the beer yourself.

High and Dry Rucksacks from Poler

This weatherproof bag made of Thermoplastic polyurethane is from the renowned hip outdoor brand from Portland. It covers you for work and play and comes with a neoprene compartment that protects your laptop, roll top and rucksack closures. It splashes a bright coral colour making it a perfect choice for your trip to the beach.

Leatherman Signal

This 19-in-1 multi tool from Leatherman is the one that you’d definitely need for your outdoors as it comes packed with a lot of survival features including a blade sharpener that is diamond-coated and a fire starting ferro rod that lets you start a campfire even when you are in a remote place. Other tools included are an emergency whistle, wire cutters, screw driver, a hammer and a tiny saw.