Father’s Day is fast approaching, have you gotten that dad in your life a gift yet? If not, don’t worry! Over the past few weeks Chris and I have posted a series of gift ideas for Father’s Day that may just save your hide. I’ve pulled together a roundup of these ideas for you to consider when buying your last-minute gift for dad.
Tech gadgets for outdoorsy dads
I recently posted about three affordable tech gadgets that you can get for your outdoorsy dad.
- Anker PowerCore 10000 Power Bank – keep your dad’s devices charged on the go
- BigBlue 28W Solar Charger – if you dad likes to really get off the grid, add a solar charger to the power bank
- Casio Men’s Tough Solar Sport Combination Watch – an affordable but rugged solar-powered watch so your dad won’t be late for dinner when he’s out adventuring
Wallets for all types of dads
Chris recently posted about wallet types you can get your dad for Father’s Day.
Some ideas from his post include:
- Handmade Trucker Wallet by Dad Hands – bring back that old school biker vibe with this awesome handmade leather wallet
- Handmade Card Holder by nothin but flies – give a gift that just exudes quality and will last forever with this handmade card holder
- Minimalist Slim Wallet by The Ridge – Chris recently got his dad this minimalist wallet, and from what he can tell his dad loves it
- Zippered Front Pocket Wallet by OneTigris – keep his cards and cash safe and contained with this zippered wallet design
- Micro Pocket Organizer by Maxpedition – help your dad carry more essentials with this zippered pocket organizer
- Zippered RFID-blocking Passport Wallet by Valantr – if your dad likes to travel internationally, this wallet will keep all his essentials organized while on his next adventure
- Carbon Fiber Money Clip by Travelambo – if your dad always carries cash, he might find a money clip useful
- GDC Money Clip by Gerber – kick the money clip up a notch with the option from Gerber which includes a fixed blade knife within
Whiskey tumblers for camping
I recently compared two popular double wall stainless steel whiskey tumblers to use for camping.
The tumblers compared are:
- YETI Rambler 10 oz Lowball – this tumbler outperformed the other, but not by much. However, it feels better made and makes a great gift.
- Coleman Sundowner Insulated Stainless Steel Rocks Glass – performed admirably compared to the YETI, but for half the cost. If you want a functional but affordable option, this could also make a great gift.
Coffee and tea brewing
What dad can survive his day without a good cup of Joe? That’s why Chris reviewed some coffee brewing options that can make great gifts.
These options include:
- BLACK+DECKER 1.7L Cordless Kettle – pour over coffee is delicious, but that requires boiling water. Make it easy for dad with this cordless kettle.
- OXO Brew Single Serve Pour-Over Coffee Maker – make pour-over coffee easy with this OXO pour-over coffee maker. It even works great while camping.
- OXO Brew Tea Infuser Basket – if your dad is more of a tea guy, then get this infuser to help him make his loose leaf tea
- YETI Rambler 14 oz Stainless Steel Vacuum Insulated Mug with Lid – we all know a classic ceramic coffee cup might have style but it doesn’t keep a drink hot for very long. Keep your dad’s coffee or tea piping hot with this mug.
- Keurig K50 Coffee Maker – is your dad the lazy type, who just wants to roll out of bed and get coffee with minimal effort? Then he’ll love a Keurig coffee maker – throw a pod in, push a button and voila! Coffee is served.
We’ve given you tons of ideas, so if you’re scratching your head consider one of these options – many of which we use ourselves and come with our personal stamp of approval. We wish all you dads out there a happy Father’s Day and hope you get a chance to kick your feet up and relax on your special day.
Do you have other ideas to share for Father’s Day gifts? Comment below to share your ideas with our readers!