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AmIAWeed Wed 09-Oct-19 08:24:05

My daughter is obsessed with getting a beauty advent calendar this year, that's son on the other hand not so easy!
He's 15 and whilst I can get him something extra for the actual day it seems mean his sister getting something every day in December so if at all possible i'd love to get him a nice one as well.
Lego is a no go
Obviously the alcohol ones are a no go!

I found a next one for men but lots of the products are beard related, and bless him he's not blessed in that department.

Has anyone found a 24 day advent calendar for teenage boys?!

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Disfordarkchocolate Wed 09-Oct-19 08:26:32

When we do one we fill our own. Last year he barely remembered to open his chocolate one from his Nanna and we felt a bit sad. I will be following as it's great to find little stuff he likes but it's now bloody hard!

Ricekrispie22 Wed 09-Oct-19 19:27:51

Revell have a good range:
Star Wars
Radio Control car

There’s also an escape room science-themed one

Disfordarkchocolate Wed 09-Oct-19 19:47:50

Great suggestions @Ricekrispie22, I think the last one would e really good for my young chap.

shadesofwinter Wed 09-Oct-19 19:51:59

Pork crackling!

FlipFlopCottonTail Wed 09-Oct-19 20:01:21

How about the funko pop ones? Marvel or Harry Potter roughly £50 but £45 on amazon smile

Tiggles Wed 09-Oct-19 22:40:23

Maybe a Haynes manual one? Build your own radio or electronic games.

Loveislandaddict Wed 09-Oct-19 22:44:20

Can you get one of those advent calendars which you fill yourself?

lynx advent calendar

Just found this lynx one

Hooleywhipper Wed 09-Oct-19 22:49:18

I did see a popcorn one but I can’t remember where sorry.

dementedpixie Wed 09-Oct-19 22:55:00

A pringles one? Tbh my 2 like the expensive lindt chocolate ones.

AmIAWeed Mon 14-Oct-19 09:41:58

Thanks for all the recommendations, I was going towards the pringles or pork scratching ones.
He said he doesn't like pork scratchings (gave him a bag to try!) then when I directed him towards pringles also said he doesn't like most the flavours :/
However, by that point he realised what I was after and asked me for a nerds or millions one (millions one bought from b&m this weekend!)

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Charley50 Mon 14-Oct-19 09:47:28

Last year I got my son a posh marshmallow one with a little burner thing so you can 'cook' your marshmallow. He loved it!

Great for foodie, sweet-tooth, non-pyromaniacs!!!

Charley50 Sat 19-Oct-19 10:28:43

ThePankhurstConnection Sat 19-Oct-19 15:15:14

I did see a popcorn one but I can’t remember where sorry.

Joe and Seph's do a Christmas popcorn advent calendar: £25

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