Did you wait until the last minute to start narrowing down Father’s Day gifts this year? Join the club. It seems like everyone’s trying to figure out what to get dad for Father’s Day right now — which can be a pretty difficult task, considering how in-person shopping is limited in many areas right now.
Luckily, the internet exists, and there are tons and tons of options available for good old dad on the web. Tap or click here for personalized gift ideas from Etsy.
Want even more options? Does your dad like to tinker with cars? Is he a DIY mechanic? A budding chef? Great. We’ve got gift ideas on this list of Father’s Day gift ideas below. Let’s take a look.
Heated razor starter kit
If you’re looking for a last-minute gift for dad, why not invest in the world’s first heated razor? This heated razor is not only the first of its kind — it’s also awesome.
The Gillette Gillettelabs Heated Razor Starter Kit feels more like a hot towel shave in a barbershop than a daily chore thanks to the two levels of heat — 109 degrees F and 122 degrees F — and it heats up in less than a second.
It also has four intelligent heat sensors, which allow the razor to maintain a safe and consistent warmth, along with five blades and flex disc technology that allows for a safe but close and baby-smooth shave.
You won’t have to worry about your present to dad getting damaged by water, either — this bad boy is built to be completely waterproof, so shaving at the sink or in the shower doesn’t have to be a stressful affair.
Get dad into the streaming phenomenon
Looking for a budget-friendly, multi-use gift for your TV-loving dad? Well, you might be interested in the Amazon Fire TV Stick, which will cost under $40 for a powerful remote and streaming service filled with not only familiar content but also a ton of original Amazon content, too.
All dad will have to do is plug the Fire TV Stick into his HDTV and he can start streaming shows from Netflix, YouTube, Prime Video, Disney+, Apple TV, HBO, Pluto, IMDB TV, and more, or even play games and use apps, in a matter of minutes.
As a bonus, Amazon Prime members get unlimited access to thousands of movies and TV episodes. So if your dad is a Prime member, he’s pretty much set on his content needs without having to subscribe to any new streaming services if he doesn’t want to.
Apple Watch Series 3 (42mm)
Got a hip, iPhone-loving dad who needs a way to make calls, texts and use apps from his watch? You may want to consider investing in the Apple Watch Series 3 for your dad for Father’s Day this year.
The Apple Watch comes with GPS, a retina display, an optical heart sensor, an S3 chip with a dual-core processor, an aluminum case and a ton of other accessories.
As an added bonus, the Apple Watch comes with an optical heart sensor, emergency SOS (especially handy if your parents are adventurous or elderly), and it stores music, podcasts, audiobooks, activity trends, cycle tracking and hearing health innovations.
Gloves right out of a sci-fi flick
If your dad is always tinkering with cars or other toys, you might want to snag a pair of LED Flashlight Gloves. They are the perfect accessory for a father who loves sticking his head (and hands) into the car engine, or dark spaces of the garage while tinkering with his projects.
These are a good source light from the two LED lights on the index finger and thumbs of each glove, which means dad can tweak and twist and “fix” the day away, all without having to tote a flashlight for illumination.
They’re not only convenient, though — they’re also super simple to use. There is an on/off button on the back of each glove so it’s easy to switch them on when dad needs it and off to save battery when he doesn’t.
For the handyman in all of us
Is your dad’s drill looking a little worse for the wear? Well, you may want to invest in a DeWalt 20V Max Cordless Drill Combo Kit for Father’s Day this year. Your dad, and his projects, will thank you because this drill is a beast.
This kit includes a compact DCF885 20V MAX Lithium-Ion 1/4-Inch Impact Driver, which is not only compact — 5.55 inches front to back — but also lightweight at under three pounds. It comes with a ton of accessories too, which makes it the perfect choice for DIY mechanics and dads who just like to use their drills.
Instantly transform your father’s house into a smart home
This Kasa Smart Plug by TP-Link 2-Pack is the perfect gift for the tech fans out there. These smart plugs will allow dad to add voice control for electronics to any home outlet, which means he can drive your mom nuts by yelling at the smart appliances when he wants to use them.
Just plug them into any outlet and these smart plugs will allow dad to turn electronics on and off from anywhere with his smartphone using the Kasa app, whether he’s at home, in the office, or on vacation.
DIY pizza party
If your dad is an at-home chef (or thinks he is), get him the portable Camp Chef Artisan Pizza Oven. Dinner at your dad’s house (or wherever he drags this portable Camp Chef accessory) will undoubtedly improve with the help of this pizza oven.
The Camp Chef Artisan Pizza Oven 90 accessory works with the Camp Chef 16″ Cooking System stoves and will help your dad cook the perfect pizza every time, no matter where he is. The idea is to help dad recreate a true, wood fire pizza oven without having to go through a major installation or investment.
The ceramic pizza stone promotes even heat and will give your pizza a delectable crust. Plus, this pizza oven accessory will also let him bake bread, pies, and other goodies while on the go or on the patio at home. Fresh bread? Heck yes.
Let dad choose the perfect gift
If you’re at a loss for what your dad could possibly want this Father’s Day, you may want to just do the smart thing and opt for an Amazon eGift card, which is pretty much the best gift for the dad who has everything and won’t give you any leads on what he wants this year.
You can opt to go this route and just choose how much you want to spend. The eGift card will get delivered to your dad’s email — so you won’t even have to deal with mailing the card to him (or the stress about it getting delivered on time that comes with it).
Give dad the gift of impeccable sound
Is your dad a music or audiobook fan who’s constantly glued to his wired headphones? If the answer is yes, you can bring your dad into this century (tech-wise, anyway) with the help of some Raycon Earbuds, which are a great Father’s Day gift for any audiophile.
These earbuds not only deliver top-notch sound quality but are wireless and can be fully charged up to four times on the go with the convenient and well-designed charging capsule they come with. Even dad will be able to figure out how to use the charging capsule — it’s foolproof, even for dads who have thus far avoided the wireless earbud trend.
These earbuds have a 24-hour battery life, are water-resistant, and come with six different-sized gel tips designed to fit any size ear. As a bonus, these earbuds have phone capabilities so dad can make calls with them in his ears.
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KeySmart Pro with Tile
Is your dad the type of dude to constantly misplace his keys or phone? Does he constantly text you that he can’t find his keys and will be late to lunch, dinner, or some other meetup? Well, you can ensure that dad will no longer be stuck with the title of “King of Lost Things” any longer if you give him a KeySmart Pro with Tile for Father’s Day this year.
This smart key tracker with location tracking is the best gift for the dad who can never find his stuff: it will help him locate his lost items by making his missing keys beep with an alert or making a misplaced phone ring, even when it’s on silent. He can also locate his items on a digital map to give him the precise location. Pretty nifty!
As an added bonus, the KeySmart Pro can organize up to 10 of your existing keys and it’s rechargeable, so dad won’t ever have to use the lost keys excuse again when showing up to lunch late. He’ll just have to come up with some other excuse instead.
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