18 Products Your Grandpa Probably Uses (And So Should You)
He may hate your green hair and nose ring, but he’ll think this stuff is “just spiffy!”
An inconspicuous jar opener because we're not going to let arthritis, or poor upper body strength, get in the way of our pasta sauce and pickles.
A pair of chic reading glasses so you can be as sexy as your Grandpa is far-sighted.
A gorgeous TV tray for when you're binge-watching Broad City (or The Andy Griffith Show) while you eat.
A seriously strong antiperspirant deodorant because your Grandpa isn't messing with some flowery powder-fresh scent to cure B.O. and neither should you.
A strategically placed putting pad because Grandpa thinks golfing is the literal sh*t! And sometimes you just need a way to pass the time while taking a long... well, what Grandpa said.
A geometric whisky stone set to keep drinks from watering down. Because a real man deserves a stiff drink and a real woman deserves two.
A genius three-in-one nose hair trimmer because tbh your Grandpa isn't the only one who could be shaving that stuff.
An elongated shoe horn that'll let you put on your shoes while standing. Saves Grandpa's back and saves the back of your shoe!
An electric callous remover because Grandpa doesn’t get pedicures and you can’t afford to.
A bear-y cute backscratcher that'll definitely hit that itchy spot, or liver spot, you can't reach.
A Nifty Nabber made specifically for those over a certain age, and under a certain height.
A magic Wi-Fi robot vacuum might be too high-tech for Grandpa, but it'll keep your floors clean and your feet up. He'd like that.
A bossy clock that tells you to take your meds at exactly the same time every day, which keeps your Grandpa from getting heartburn and keeps you from getting pregnant.
A vintage-inspired copper tea pot that will help you fix up a strong cup of chamomile.
A weirdly classy package of carbolic salve that Grandpa has had in his bathroom drawer for 40 years. Which is basically made to cure all paper cuts. You're welcome.
A seriously practical grocery cart, because we judge the people who use them but we secretly want to be them.
And a rather rustic-looking jar of beard balm that keeps Grandpa's face fresh and will make your Tom Selleck-stache the manliest at Beardfest.
Now go knit something sweet and make your grandpa proud!
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