Unique Gifts for the Chief of Stuff

Today kicks off Presidents Day weekend, though officially and federally, Monday’s public holiday is still called Washington’s Birthday.

No matter what you name it, we have some unique gift ideas fitting for a president of any sort: leader of the free world, a company CEO, or the individual in your home who is Chief of Stuff.

Impress heads of state – or the in-laws – with this commercial-grade dual espresso maker from Italy, the same kind trusted in the finest restaurants worldwide. The internal brewing mechanism has an advanced microprocessor, while a built-in water softener ensures the best cup of espresso possible. The ornate copper dome is handmade in Morocco and topped with a very presidential brass eagle. 

Somehow, presidents of all sorts always seem to find time for golf. This attention-getting hovercraft golf cart glides over sand traps and water hazards on a cushion of air as easily as it does over fairways and the rough. Its ducted fan propels the craft up to 45 mph and 9″ off the ground without harming grass, allowing immediate crossing of a pond or stream to follow-up a cross-water shot. The fan’s streamlined design minimizes noise, speeds up an 18-hole outing, and conveys four passengers and two golf bags.

If there’s one lesson learned from the most recent Presidential election, it’s that we all need to exercise caution to avoid having our valuable computer passwords filched by sinister hackers. This password vault securely stores passwords, usernames, and ATM PIN numbers, with easy retrieval. Unlike password information stored on a computer, passwords are stored offline in the vault’s memory, ensuring sensitive information can never be compromised.

There’s a whole list of laws and regulations that prevent POTUS from keeping most presents given while in office. Instead, they become property of the National Archives and are frequently displayed in the president’s library museum collection. You, however, can keep all of the unique gifts you receive…consider it a perk of not having the job.

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