“Help! My firefighter was promoted and I would love to get him an awesome gift… but what?”
We hear this ALL OF THE TIME! So to save your sanity and wallets, we’ve put together some great gift ideas on a budget and without one just in case you have multiple people chipping on one super awesome gift. We heard a lot of different gift ideas but wanted to show you some great decorative pieces as well as some practical ones that your new firefighter can use every day! We heard from some fellow firefighters about what gifts they loved and they also give some really great other ideas. Which ones have you given or do you think are great ideas?
Personalized Maltese Award Plaque
Piano finish (other finishes available) fire specialty award / plaque in the shape of a maltese cross with ladder and fire hydrant, 12″ x 12″. Engrave with your Firefighter’s information for free! Get yours HERE.
Fireman Clock and Plaque
The Fireman clock is 12 x 15 mahogany with 2.5 x 3.5″ plate for up to 5 lines of text and a quartz 3.5″ clock. Other finishes available.Other designs available. Engraving your Firefighter’s information is FREE. Order today HERE.
Customized Fire Dept Throw
Beautiful Customized Throw. 100% Cotton and “Made in the USA”. Personalize 3 lines, 24 characters per line. Throw measures 46″x60″. Orders can be placed HERE.
Custom Cornhole Boards
A set of 2 premium handcrafted heavy-duty 2×4 cornhole boards made in the USA and a set of 8 corn filled bags. Fully assembled and ready to play out of the box. We even include an instructional card to help answer your questions on care, setup and game play. Find this set HERE.
These axes can be customized with any wording you like. Last name, Rank/Name, FD name, short phrase. You can also include service dates, station/call number or FD initials in the Maltese cross or up by the blade. Available in small (18”L x 3” W), medium (20”L x 4.5” W) and large (35.5”L x 4.75”W). Ordering dates/availability may vary. Read more and Order now HERE.
Heavy Duty Glove Straps
This Heavy Duty Glove Strap comes highly recommended to us. It features reflective tape and super strong stitching. Velcro extends 4″ down each webbing strap which allows for adjustment for different sizes and styles of gloves. You can get them HERE
Channellock Rescue Tool
This is another highly recommended item we have heard, this Channellock Rescue Tool can loosen up to 5″ hose couplings and is also capable of prying open windows and more. Get it HERE
Rechargeable LED Flashlight
This is another well received and liked gift idea. Flashlight has 5 light modes, self defense modes, and also comes with a battery charger as well. Can also be used as a power bank to charge items from too. Orders yours HERE.
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Firefighter Mason Jar Cup
Mason Jars are easy to use and versatile, these cups hold 16oz and can be used for hot or cold drinks. Order yours HERE.
Firefighter Tie Bar
Available in silver or gold. High polished finish with enamel-filled emblem. Order HERE.
Sweatshirt String Bags
Having an extra bag around to carry the light stuff in always comes in handy and you never know when you might need one. Super easy to carry and you can Order HERE.
Firemen Patent Wall Art Prints
Set of Six 8×10 Photos PREMIUM GRADE photo paper in a rich gloss finish. 100 year archival rating, designed for a lifetime of enjoyment. Order this set of prints HERE.
Firefighter Parking Sign
Mountable embossed parking sign for your newest firefighter to mark their favorite parking spot around. Order it HERE.
HCSB Heroes Bibles pair the complete text of the popular HCSB translation with an extended devotional section of articles, prayers, and spiritual guidance. Order them HERE.
Firefighter Stepping Stone
Keep this memento outside or on the porch to look at all the time. Can be used as a plaque to hang or stepping stone. Order it HERE.
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