Gifts for Aquarius Men

  • The Aquarius man is an intellectual and would appreciate a unique gift that required some good thought and a touch of brilliance. As a visionary, he likes a gift that goes beyond the normal pair of socks or boring male accessory. His humanitarian side would love a charitable gift, or you can appeal to his friendly side and give him something that he can enjoy with his friends.
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  • Perfect Drink App-Controlled Smart Bartending
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    Perfect Drink App-Controlled Smart Bartending. Perfect Drink gives real-time pouring instructions. Connect your iOS device via app that's no charge. Choose from hundreds of drink recipes Save your own custom variations Watch the Virtual Glass fill up on screen as you pour. Tells you what to pour and when to stop. Overpour? It tells you how to fix your drink!
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  • The Hungry Scientist Handbook: Electric Birthday Cakes, Edible Origami, and Other DIY Projects
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    The Hungry Scientist Handbook brings DIY technology into the kitchen and onto the plate. It compiles the most mouthwatering projects created by mechanical engineer Patrick Buckley and his band of intrepid techie friends, whose collaboration on contraptions started at a memorable 2005 Bay Area dinner party and resulted in the formation of the Hungry Scientist Society.
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  • Wooden Labyrinth Game
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    Throughout history, labyrinths have often been used as a form of meditation, with their twisting paths freeing the mind to contemplate higher things. This labyrinth, however, is much more likely to raise your blood pressure. It's a challenging puzzle, where you guide five stainless steel balls through a circular track.
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  • The Curious Bartender: The Artistry and Alchemy of Creating the Perfect Cocktail
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    Preparing a first-class cocktail relies upon a deep understanding of its ingredients, the delicate alchemy of how they work together. In The Curious Bartender by Tristan Stephenson explores and experiments with the art of mixing the perfect cocktail, explaining the fascinating modern turns mixology has taken.
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  • Waxed Canvas Reusable Lunchbag
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    There's a certain routine comfort in packing a great homemade lunch in a classic paper sack. But a newfound, adult sense of responsibility has made tossing a paper bag away every day seem a little, well, wasteful. Which is why this simple alternative, a heavy-duty waxed canvas bag that will hold up to hundreds of lunches, is timeless.
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  • Scientific American Mind
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    Scientific American Mind Magazine, the new magazine from the editors of Scientific American, takes you inside the most riveting breakthroughs in psychology, neuroscience and human behavior.
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  • Beer Tasting Tool Kit
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    There are two types of beer drinkers in this world--those who believe they know everything they need to know about beer, and those who believe they'll never know enough. If you find yourself in the latter group, this kit will help you on your way to discovering the nuances of artisan beers, from lagers and ales to porters and stouts.
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  • Classic Napa Valley Bike Tour (San Francisco)
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    There is no better way to tour the Napa Valley than from the seat of a bicycle. As you pedal past rows of undulating vineyards you will enjoy an invigorating sensory experience that simply cannot be achieved from the inside of a car. You will bike at your own pace on mostly flat, easy terrain with picturesque mountains, vineyards and redwoods, as your backdrop.
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  • San Francisco Dinner Cruise
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    Enjoy the finest in gourmet cuisine, surrounded by spectacular bay views on one of San Francisco's magnificent dinner cruises. Aboard this 3-hour, dinner-dance cruise you'll enjoy delicious food, live entertainment and breathtaking bay views. Start with cocktails on the deck then relax as our gracious crew transports you to a world of ease and luxury as you float through the bay.
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  • Hand Warming Cognac Glasses - Set of 2
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    Indulge in a glass of your favorite cognac at its ideal sipping temperature, courtesy of the warmth of your hand and this unique glass. The tilted design fits perfectly in your palm so you can swirl the liqueur around the peak center, bringing out the full aroma and flavor. Made in China.
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  • Your New York Times Front Page on Marble Clock
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    Get the top half of any New York Times front page on a beautiful rustic marble clock. Geared to mark birthdays, anniversaries and other important life events, this charming 8" x 8" clock makes a unique and personal gift. Select your date and have the top half of that day's front page printed on 100% Botticino marble. (Because of the square 8" x 8"...
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  • Craft Beer Home Brew Kit
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    The only thing better than kicking back with a cold one is kicking back with one made with your own two hands. Featuring pub-worthy craft brew, this home brewing kit puts premium beer in your fridge and a refreshing brew in your glass for results that are truly toast-worthy. Brews one gallon in just 21 days. Made in the USA.
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  • Beer Nerd
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    What is the difference between English and American pale ales? What led monks to become commercial brewers? Answer these and put your palate to the test with a well-brewed game of Beer Nerd. Four players move around the board answering trivia about stouts, hops, brewing techniques, and more - but it's the blind taste test that really gives this game its draw.
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  • The Drunken Botanist: The Plants That Create the World's Great Drinks
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    A New York Times Bestseller! Sake began with a grain of rice. Scotch emerged from barley, tequila from agave, rum from sugarcane, bourbon from corn. Thirsty yet?In The Drunken Botanist, Amy Stewart explores the dizzying array of herbs, flowers, trees, fruits, and fungi that humans have, through ingenuity, inspiration, and sheer desperation.
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  • More Electronic Gadgets For The Evil Genius
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    Forty new build-it-yourself projects for mad scientists everywhere. Author Bob Iannini provides fully detailed and diagrammed plans for a host of pre-tested evil projects. Make a dog bark control device, a vacuum-tube Tesla coil, a mind-mangling sound generator, a TV/radio jammer and 36 other evil devices. Many of these projects for world domination can be completed for less than $100.
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  • Personalized LP Record
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    Made from an upcycled vinyl LP and suspended between two pieces of glass in a floating frame, Jeff Davis' custom wall art is sure to top the charts at home. With a choice of two retro stylings, the lyrical words you compose for your label can commemorate a newborn solo act, a romantic duet, or your favorite golden oldies, along with up to five songs with personal resonance. Framed record...
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