A good daddy deserves a good Father’s Day gift. But, dads sure are hard to buy for, aren’t they?
Every year was a struggle to find a gift my dad would like and now I have to find one that my husband will like, too! If you struggle as well, hopefully the gift ideas below will give you some tracks to run on.
Gift Ideas for Dads
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My father-in-law, a widower, uses his air fryer almost daily. Many of our readers and friends swear by theirs, as well. This one is reasonably priced, easy to clean, recommended by our readers, and has over 2,000 reviews with five stars on Amazon. MANY readers suggested biting the bullet and getting the Ninja Foodie if you’re in the market for multiple appliances in one.
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This is the “going for it” gift for the Apple product lover in your life. Scratch that: THESE are the “going for it” gift. Everyone I know who has these LOVES them.
My husband and my dad use this blender every single day (I do, too). Super convenient, dishwasher safe, and makes single serving smoothies-to-go. Be sure to print off our free Smoothie Recipe Pack and include it in the gift to get him started.
This has been one of my and my husband’s favorite Bibles of all time. For the man who loves to study and wants to learn more about the Bible, I think he will enjoy the quality of the commentary and the imitation leather binding. ESV is a similar translation to NIV but captures more of the poetic meaning in places like the Psalms (that’s my layman’s term way of describing it).
If you’re trying to build up his tool collection, this is one of the most useful ones he will own. One of the best drills on the market, too.
Oh man, this makes good coffee. Simply pour boiling water over ground coffee and you have some delicious brew on your hands.
Perfect for summertime! Pull these glasses out from the freezer when you’re ready to have a beer-30.
Having young kids fill out questionnaires about their parents is one of the best gifts in life. They serve as a memorable, thoughtful gift that can be looked back on with fondness for YEARS. I just bought this book for my kids to fill out. I’m excited to see what they say!
If you’ve ever been in the car and argued about whose battery was lower, you need this. Charges up to 5 phones (not just iPhones!) at a time, twice as fast. We very much needed this on our most recent road trip!
One of those things that sounds a little lame at first, but in reality, would be widely used around the house. I think my husband is going to have way too much fun with this. Over 7k reviews too!
13. Blink Security Cameras (Indoor or Outdoor)
Easy to install and a great price. If your man is looking to beef up security a bit, these might be a great option. They can work with a screen Alexa device, 2 year battery life, two-way talk, live view, and motion recording. Free cloud storage – Keep hundreds of clips stored up to a year with no monthly fees or service contract required.
- Digital Meat Thermometer – For the grilling guru. A great price!
- Snag a golf gift card or some concert, theater, or sporting event tickets for an “experience” gift.
- Buy his favorite beverages (and maybe even wrap them individually). My friend, Jon, mentioned to me that you can buy what’s supposedly the world’s best beer here.
- A gift card to his favorite restaurant.
- A subscription to The Athletic for ad-free online sports news