I intended to post this two weeks ago but life had other plans and now I am finally getting up a last minute holiday gift guide for Father’s Day.
I tried to find options from Amazon because now we are really pushing the shipping deadlines. I tried to find practical, budget friendly gifts that might be fun for Dad or Grandpa.
Spikeball Game– This would be a great game for a Dad that entertains or BBQs often, for a sports Dad that does a lot of travel tournaments where there are often hours of downtime. I haven’t tried this game but I have seen it all over the place all of the sudden and it looks really fun.
3M WorkTunes– These headphones are perfect for woodworkers or DIY guys that might have lots of projects around the house. They protect your ears while also connecting to Blutooth to allow you to connect to a phone call or play music while working.
Home Right Paint Sprayer– paint sprayers are so handy for a DIY Dad. I use mine all the time and it gives you a perfect finish so much faster than painting by hand. This one is super affordable or step it up to the super sprayer.
Wireless Phone Charger– for a Professional Dad or a Dad that likes to charge his phone on the nightstand, this wireless charger could be a great option. It looks much sleeker than cords.
Crosley Bluetooth Speaker– Bluetooth speakers are so handy and this one looks vintagey and cool. This would look nice in the home or in an office.
Pool Golf Put – This is a fun addition to the backyard for golf Dads. You can use it in the pool or on grass and would be really fun for BBQs or Dads that are suddenly spending a lot more time at home. Our neighbor is a big golf guy and I can see him stopping over to hit balls with my husband on weekends in the pool. They actually had buckets in the yard during shelter in place and would hit balls back and forth across the street as entertainment.
Weighted Workout Vest– my daughter’s soccer trainer has her wear this all the time and it would be great for a Dad that loves to workout or run or plays sports.
Bucket Misting Fan– These are also a great idea for a sports Dad- especially one that sits all softball/baseball games all weekend or soccer tournaments. They do require a little work to bring water and such but if you have ever sat all day in 90+ degree weather watching kid’s sports, this thing is worth every penny.
The Original and Remix Shirt– I think I put these on my holiday gift guide and I still love them. These shirts are absolutely perfect for a new Dad in particular. I bought one for my nephew at Christmas and he absolutely loved it.
Hooray Heroes Custom Book– These books are so darn cute. Totally and completely custom but you need to order immediately to get in time for Father’s Day. These are from a British company so that shipping deadline might not apply to everywhere in the US but I still wanted to share these because they are just so cute.
Yeti or Hydroflask– Father’s Day is a great time to pick up new water bottles. Hydros are on sale for 25% off right now or Yetis and you can choose from coffee tumblers or these can drink cozies that are perfect for beers or sodas this summer. I am considering these for my Dad since he spends a lot of time fishing and boating in summer.
Cuisinart Knife Set– For the Dad that likes to cook or grill, this knife set is pretty enough to leave on the counter and might be a practical gift Dad loves. This set would be super handy for outdoor kitchens too for quick prep of meats to grill or fruits for cocktails.
Cooling T-Shirt– I hadn’t heard of a cooling t-shirt but the reviews look really good on this. It is supposed to be moisture wicking and cooling and it comes in several color options. I really want to get this for my Father in Law who lives in Palm Springs and for my husband.
Pizza Oven– This is another idea for a Dad that loves to cook or grill. These pizza ovens are such a fun way to create a family tradition. We frequently have Friday pizza night and a legit pizza oven is a perfect way to make gourmet pizzas at home.