This father’s day gift guide includes items I have been sent to share with you.
Are you looking for gift ideas for your dad, step-dad, grandad or even mum for a Father’s day gift? When Ben was younger we called it special man day because he could give a gift to whoever he thought was a special man in his life. A great way to broach the subject of families that are less conventional.
Here I have some great gift ideas to share with you and give you a bit of inspiration!
A gift for a traveller
If you are buying a gift for someone who loves to travel this Dapper Wrapper is great for storing cables, headphones, USB sticks etc. Simply put them all inside and wrap it up to keep them all safe and in one place. The Dapper Wrapper is available soon on Amazon for £24.95.
A Father’s day gift for a whisky lover
Whether you buy a big bottle of expensive whisky or a small bottle from the supermarket it is always nice to buy something that little bit different isn’t it. This lovely set from the Boutique-y whisky company is a range of scotch whiskies and comes uniquely presented in this quirky box too. Available directly from Master of Malt or from Amazon for £19.95.
If maybe you don’t want to buy a bottle of Whisky or can not afford their expensive tastes then how about a scratch-off Scotch Whisky map from Maps International for just £11.70.
A stylish gift
If you are buying for a man who wears suits frequently but likes a unique tie then this lovely Bee tie is perfect from Fox & Chave for £35. They offer gift-wrapping too!
If the person you are buying for is on the larger side that does not mean they can not enjoy a lovely stylish gift too. This t-shirt from Big Clothing 4U was made popular after Harvey Price (son of Jordan/Katie Price) wore it and also Laurence Shahleai (British strongman). Available in sizes 2XL to 8XL for £14.99.
Gifts for a dad who likes to fix things
Does the man you are buying for love to tinker with his computer? Adding memory, changing the casing etc? This Ballistix gaming memory might be the perfect gift. With various sizes available for competitive prices you are sure to find something perfect.
How about a Build your own telescope kit for a young one and dad to build together. This one is amazing and you can read my review of it here if you wish. For £19.99 you can have a fully functioning telescope after lots of fun building it together.
Drinks for gifts
Most dads like coffee don’t they? If your dad does then this lovely Whittard of Chelsea set of Coffees of the World is a lovely coffee gift set and good quality coffee too. It is £25 from the Whittard of Chelsea website and contains a lovely variety to really give him a taste of which coffees he likes. If he is more a hot chocolate fan then do check out their hot chocolates as they are honestly to die for!
If your dad is more of a beer man then how about this Alcohol-free Dry Drinker six month mixed styles beer box. For £24.99 a month you get a box a month of lovely alcohol-free and low alcohol beers for dad to enjoy.
If gin is more his thing then this Keepr’s gin is amazing! British Elderberry, Mulberry and honey gin in a 20cl bottle like this is £15 from the Keepr’s website. A very different gin that will be enjoyed by any gin lover. It could be used for these tasty cocktails.
Something for him to eat
If you are buying for a vegan or someone gluten-free then it can be difficult to buy an edible present that is a bit different and special. How about these lovely Rocky Road bars from Mummy Meagz. Cinder Toffee and sea salt flavour they are just one of a huge range of sweet treats over at Mummy Meagz so go and have a look. Some products are also available at The Vegan Kind and Holland and Barratt.
Kids and grown-ups love Haribo, if your dad is a fan then a box like this of Haribo is really easy to buy with your shopping at the supermarket so why not pick him one up as a nice budget Father’s day treat?
A football-loving dad
If you have a dad who loves football and is really missing it at the moment then this book may be the perfect gift. Zero to Hero the Gareth Southgate Story is just £2.99 in paperback to a lovely budget gift he is sure to love.
A super cheap gift
Instead of buying a gift if you are short of money how about making a nice meal like this Jamaican beef stew for your dad? Or could you or the kids wash the car?
Do you have any other ideas perfect for a dad this year? Do let me know in the comments.