derFunkenstein wrote:Kind of depends on their personalities, but I would suggest something alcoholic in nature.
FireGryphon wrote:Multi-tools sound like a great idea. I use my Leatherman every day practically.
Dieter wrote:I second (fouth?) the multi-tool suggestion. I've been a groomsman in lots of weddings, and the only gift that I really ever used was a Leatherman Micro. It was awesome and I used it all of the time. So awesome, somebody stole it off of my keyring.... (but left the keys)
I have been given flasks, cigar sets (cutters, etc), glasses, cuff links, tie tacks, you name it. Most was either thrown out or dusting away. The Micro was used constantly, and was a quality item.
I'm not much for trinkets anyway (I'd rather you save the money than give me some useless crap, and I don't expect a gift anyway), so take it with a grain of salt....
balzi wrote:definitely useful is best, but I want to defend the cuff-links idea. I don't think that anyone ever uses them again, BUT my brother in law gave us all cuff-links with different icons on them and in different styles, but all blue and silver. so it looked kinda cool.
maybe you could get them but not make it hte gift.. I don't know how much they are though.
alcohol sucks IMO, there's no lasting memory unless it comes in some fantastic bottle that you mount or display on the mantle piece. I think the general intent is to give the fella's something to remind them of the great day they shared.
ChrisDTC wrote:Im already buying more alcohol than they could even dream of for the wedding
Common Sensei wrote:If you are willing to go to $60 a head, you can get them the Wow Putter:
ChrisDTC wrote:I went with the Gerber Crucial, I found a pretty good deal here http://www.fedtactical.com/crucial-tool ... 10548.html
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