In case you didn’t know, it’s Father’s Day on Sunday 19th June – get it in your diaries before you forget. And if you need a gift idea, don’t worry – we’ve picked out all the best Father’s Day presents so you don’t have to. From handy gadgets and gizmos to food treats and sporting equipment, you’re sure to find the perfect gift here and save yourself a last minute dash to the off licence…
If your dad is Sports Mad
If your dad loves keeping fit and is constantly trying to rope you in to charity football games and fun runs, give his workouts a boost with one of these fitness gifts…
Fitbit Charge HR
If your dad is a bit of a gym junkie, help him keep track of his workouts and jump on the wearable tech trend with a this new edition Fitbit. It’ll continuously track his heart rate, all-day activity stats including total active minutes, calories burned, stairs climbed and steps taken (the walk to the fridge for a beer totally counts – every little helps) as well as his sleep patterns.
Will set you back: £119.
Nike Free 5.0 ID
Upgrade your dad’s running shoes with the latest trainers from Nike. They’re fully customisable, from the colour scheme right down to details like the laces, vamp and sole, so you can create something completely unique for your dad. A bit like when you used to make him handmade presents. Only he’ll appreciate this one more.
Will set you back: £120.
If your dad Loves His Grub
If your dad’s a bit of a foodie or loves to cook, try one of these great gifts. He’ll be cooking up a storm in no time (which is good news for everyone)…
Around-the-World BBQ Spices
If your dad loves a bit of al fresco cooking, he can barbecue his way around the world with a three-month BBQ Spice Box subscription from The Spicery. Each box contains recipes and spice kits to make delicious barbecued meals including Memphis style slow-cooked pork belly, kofta kebabs and tandoori chicken. Just make sure you remember to call round for tea…
Will set you back: £19.95.
Stonebake Pizza Oven
If your dad is more partial to a slice of pepperoni than a curry, maybe this home pizza oven will fit the bill. It’s a quick, simple way to make perfect pizza at home whether it’s frozen, part-baked or (who are we kidding) freshly made. And it’s easy to clean, so your mum will be pleased, too.
Will set you back: £59.99. And ruin your healthy eating regime.
If your dad loves Gadgets & Gizmos
If your dad prides himself on knowing his gadgets and being ahead of the game when it comes to tech, try one of these cool presents…
Virtual Reality Headset
If your dad always has to be first on the scene of any new gadget, let him get in on the virtual reality hype without shelling out for an Oculus Rift with this headset from MenKind. It’s compatible with Android and Apple smartphones, has full 3D viewing and will definitely impress his mates down the pub.
Will set you back: £29.99.
If your dad is constantly tapping away at his favourite gadgets, he’ll definitely appreciate this charging pen to keep all his tech charged up on the go. The Power Pen is a nifty little gadget that wouldn’t look out of place in Bond’s arsenal of tools. Inside the pen is enough power for an emergency top-up, and it also has a stylus compatible with all touch screen devices, as well as an old-fashioned pen, because you just can’t beat the classics.
Will set you back: £24.95.
If your dad is Always On The Go
Is your dad constantly jetting off here, there and everywhere? Whether his Frequent Flyer miles are from work or play, this travel gifts will be just the thing…
Aspinal Deluxe Travel Collection
If your old man loves to travel, help him jet around in style and keep all his travel documents organised with this classic travel kit from luxury English brand Aspinal of London. He’ll never have to rake through his pockets trying to salvage a crumpled boarding pass again.
Will set you back: £185.
Scratch Map Deluxe Edition
Help your globetrotting pops keep track of the places he’s visited with this scratch map. Every time he heads off on his travels, he can scratch off the gold foil to track where he’s been. It’ll be great for showing off his travels to the grandkids (or anyone else who’ll listen).
Will set you back: £15.95.
If your dad has the Need For Speed
If your dad thinks he could give Lewis Hamilton a run for his money, these driving experiences and gifts will be sure to put a smile on his face…
Supercar Driving Experience
If your dad’s a bit of a petrol head, there’s no better present than a supercar driving experience. Let him get behind the wheel of his dream vehicle, whether it’s a Ferrari, McLaren or Lambo. It’s the next best thing to buying him his very own supercar (and just a tad more affordable).
Prices vary depending on cars included, location and dates.
AutoGlym The Collection
If your dad’s lucky enough to have his dream car at his disposal, help him keep his pride and joy sparkling with this set from AutoGlym including everything he needs to get perfect bodywork, wheels and interiors. Just steer clear of visiting on a Sunday morning for a while, or you’ll get roped in to help.
Will set you back: £63.00.
If your dad’s a Budding Golfer
If your dad’s a budding (or wannabe) Tiger Woods, help him sharpen up his swing with one of these golf gifts…
Zepp Golf Swing Analyser
Help your dad get that ever-elusive hole in one with this super cool golf swing analyser kit. It’ll measure and analyse every detail of each swing, using advanced motion capture technology to record thousands of data points per swing to point out what he’s doing well and what he can improve on.
You might have to get one for yourself as well, unless you want him to start showing you up on the course.
Will set you back: £129.99.
Ryder Cup 2016 Package
Get your golf-loving dad tickets to the next Ryder Cup at Hazeltine and you’ll definitely be the favourite child for a while.
And it’s a great excuse to book yourself a ticket, too – well, you’re not going to make him go it alone, are you?
Prices vary depending on package options.
And if your Dad Has Everything…
If your dad literally does have everything, we’ve rounded up a few gifts we think even the most fortunate of fathers could find room in their lives for…
Reversible Mulberry Cufflinks
Okay, so cufflinks are a bit of a cliché Father’s Day gift, but for good reason. Any dad will love these simple and elegant Mulberry cufflinks – and they’re reversible, so he’s basically getting two gifts in one.
Will set you back: £115.
Bushmills 21 Year Old With Engraving
What makes a better gift for the dad who has everything than a limited edition 21-year-old vintage Bushmills whiskey? A limited edition 21-year-old vintage Bushmills whiskey in a bottle with your bespoke engraved message. Whether you go for soppy or sarcastic, nothing says Happy Father’s Day like a bit of personalisation.
Available here (and if your dad’s not a Bushmills fan, go for Johnnie Walker, Talisker or Lagavulin instead).
Will set you back: £132.00.
LFX Forex Trading Course
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