Dad often gets the rubbish end of the stick when it comes to receiving gifts. Ties, novelty socks, self regulating heat tape for pipes, chocolate liquors, smellies …it’s hardly a thrill a minute list is it?
Here are a few (hopefully) interesting gifting ideas for Dad.
Beer & A Day Off
While it may sound like a bit of a cop-out, who doesn’t want to have a day off to themselves, to do whatever they choose – even if it means kicking back on the sofa, watching back to back Fast & The Furious and drinking a few bottles of their favourite drink. This can be presented in a lovely way too, a “day-off” voucher inside a homemade card from the kids, tucked into the handle of his favourite craft beer box.
No doubt that biscuits, sweets, chocolates, nuts and all the nice things don’t last long in a family house, so Dad could definitely do with a box of his own to stash away and nibble on when the desire to snack comes a calling. A little box of the snacks that make him happy that he doesn’t have to share will be the real treat.
An Experience Day
No, not the experience of attempting wastewater odor control… I’m thinking something exciting. Whether Dad would like to race a Porsche, Meet a Meerkat, attend a beer tasting event or even drive a tank. If Mum wants in on the action too there are plenty of experiences for couples from meals at nice restaurants to spa nights away.. Taking the opportunity to do something a little different would make a great gift,
Sharp Dressed Gifts
Is Dad one to spend the best part of the morning looking smart for the day ahead? A menswear gift that helps him complete his look could be the perfect thing to make his day, that doesn’t mean a patterned tie or a pair of socks. Consider a pair of luxury cufflinks to go with his suit, not only will they help him look dapper, but he’ll have a nice gifted heirloom to pass down that will last the test of time.
Not just a present for Dad, connected technology can be great fun for all the family, voice-activated speakers will read you the current weather, news of the day, play music from your library and answer all those “why” questions your kids like to ask. Smart-speakers are Bluetooth friendly, so can be placed anywhere around the house from the back bedroom, front and centre in the kitchen to outside in the garden. If Dad really can’t stay away from the DIY you could even hit up Millenium Leasing so that he can check the connections himself!
With the hot summer weather, we know Dad likes to bust out the BBQ utensils and fire up the grill, so why not treat him to a new utensil set or a master grill rub set with all the meat spices and rubs he could ever dream of! If spice is his thing, there are plenty of hot sauce caddy’s available with everything from the hottest of the hot to milder, more mouth-friendly sauces.
Whether it’s his birthday, celebrating an achievement or a late Father’s Day gift, make Dad feel valued with a gift from the heart, that will warm him and put a smile on his face. Doesn’t Dad deserve it?
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