Father’s Day is creeping up on us and it’s time to show him just how much you love and appreciate him. Instead of getting your dad the same ol’ tube socks or a coffee mug, why don’t you step up your game and get him something he’ll actually enjoy? We’ve gathered up the top 10 gifts for Father’s Day out there for your unique type of dad.
Table of Contents
- For the Dapper Dad
- For the Sports Fanatic Father
- For the Techie
- For the Master Chef
- For the Handy Man
For the Dapper Dad
Old Fashioned Comb Bottle Opener from Cool Material, $28
Your dapper dad can enjoy his favorite bottled beer and look good doing it! Help your dad stay well-groomed even after he’s knocked back a few with this stainless steel comb bottle opener.
Executive Clasp Tie Bar from Ties.com, $18
It might seem like a small accessory, but it make the big difference to any man’s outfit. Make your dad look like the classiest man in the room with the Gunmetal Executive Clasp Tie Bar from Ties.com.
For the Sports Fanatic Father
Game Tickets from Stubhub.com
There’s no better gift for a sports fanatic than tickets to a game with their favorite team. Whether the seats are close enough to see the players’ beads of sweat or far up in the nosebleed sections, it sure beats watching the game from home on TV. Stubhub.com is a great place where fans can buy and sell tickets, so you’ll be able to find a good deal.
Retro Tabletop Foosball from Trademark Games, $25
With this miniature foosball table, your dad can experience the thrill of a friendly competition right at home. Challenge the whole family to play during game night and have some good old fashioned family bonding time.
For the Techie
WiFi Hotspot Cuff Links from Red Envelope, $250
If your dad is like most people and owns a smartphone, then WiFi is probably his best friend. Now, with these nifty high tech cuff links, he’ll be take his own personal hotspot anywhere he goes (and look great doing so).
Google Chromecast, $35
Love to stream movies but don’t have the money for an expensive smart TV? The Google Chromecast is the answer to your prayers. This thumb-sized device will transform any TV into a smart TV. Simply download an app and your dad will be on his way to streaming Netflix and Youtube right on his prized flatscreen.
For the Master Chef
The Craft Beer Cookbook by Jacquelyn Dodd from Urban Outfitters, $20
It’s pretty common to cook with wine to bring out delicious flavors, but did you know you can also cook with beer? With this Craft Beer Cookbook, you dad can create hundreds of dishes with these drool-worthy recipes that features some of his favorite brews .
10-Piece Grilling Set by Cuisinart, $99
To an experienced grill master like your dad, the right grilling tools make all the difference. Make sure your old man has everything he needs to cook up his famous BBQ ribs or marinated steak with a 10-piece premium grilling set from Cuisinart.
For the Handy Man
Leatherman Crater C33TX Knife from REI, $42
You’ll never hear your dad say, “I wish I brought my screwdriver” again! The Leatherman Crater C33TX Knife has a stainless steel blade and features two types of screwdrivers and a bottle opener. This convenient multi-tool is perfect to slip into his back pocket so your handy dad will be prepared for virtually anything.
53-Piece Household Tool Kit by Apollo Precision Tools, $40
A handy man would be nowhere without his tools. With this comprehensive 53-piece tool kit, he’ll be able to fix up anything around the house in a jiffy.
Whatever you choose to give your father, make sure you take the time to tell him you love him. It often isn’t said enough and it’s usually the best gift a dad could ever receive. Now, go out and celebrate another amazing Father’s Day with the dude that made you!
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