150+ Gift Ideas for Father’s Day

Father’s Day is a rel­a­tive­ly new cel­e­bra­tion. We can say that there was an offi­cial rea­son to once again do some­thing pleas­ant for a loved one. Let’s tell you what you can give dad on his “pro­fes­sion­al” hol­i­day
150+ Gift Ideas for Father's Day
Ideas for what to give for Father’s Day. Pho­to: Josh Will­ink, pexels.com

Moth­er’s Day in Rus­sia has been cel­e­brat­ed since 1998, and the popes of the whole coun­try mod­est­ly wait­ed for the restora­tion of jus­tice until 2021. But now their hol­i­day is fixed at the offi­cial lev­el: Father’s Day is cel­e­brat­ed every third Sun­day in Octo­ber. It’s a pity, they don’t give a gen­er­al day off. But the wife and chil­dren can please the head of the fam­i­ly. More­over, as you under­stand, it is not nec­es­sary to come up with some­thing grandiose — dad will be hap­py with any man­i­fes­ta­tion of atten­tion and care.

Gifts from daughter

In a dank autumn, I espe­cial­ly want to give dad my warmth. There­fore, in addi­tion to a gift, you can cook some­thing deli­cious for tea — to have a good time at the com­mon table.

1. Smart bracelet

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He, like a smart watch, also knows how to remind you of calls and mes­sages by vibra­tion, but is more tai­lored for inde­pen­dent work. First of all, it helps to con­trol the state of health and activ­i­ty indi­ca­tors. The smart bracelet mon­i­tors the dura­tion and qual­i­ty of sleep, mea­sures the pulse, pres­sure and oxy­gen sat­u­ra­tion, counts the num­ber of steps and calo­ries burned. And this is only a min­i­mum of what mod­ern mod­els can do. An indis­pens­able thing for ath­letes and those who care about health.

2. A set of steam baths

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If dad under­stands brooms and he has his own felt hat for a bath, then per­haps only a few touch­es are miss­ing for com­plete hap­pi­ness — fra­grant steams for a bath. These are col­lec­tions of herbs, leaves and tree bark, packed in eco-friend­ly can­vas bags. They need to be placed in water, which is sat­u­rat­ed with aro­ma and ben­e­fits, and then it can be suc­cumbed to the stones. Man­u­fac­tur­ers claim that such pro­ce­dures will make every trip to the bath­house not only more pleas­ant, but also help relieve stress and strength­en the immune sys­tem.

3. Slippers

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If your dad flaunts around the house in socks or even bare­foot, it does­n’t mean he does­n’t like slip­pers — maybe he just did­n’t have the per­fect pair. Choos­ing home shoes is not only about size. If the father is a hot-blood­ed man, give him light open-toed slip­pers with a cork or tex­tile insole. If, on the con­trary, he likes to keep warm, you can present soft slip­pers made of felt or wool.

4. Bean bag

Bag chair
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Such a pouf can be called fur­ni­ture only with a stretch. The bean bag can be moved around the house to any place where your dad wants to stay: for exam­ple, clos­er to the TV to watch the long-await­ed match, or to the floor lamp in the far cor­ner of the room to read a book or just take a break from busi­ness.

The most com­mon on sale are pear-shaped mod­els, but if you wish, you can find a bean bag chair in the form of a couch or round­ed shape (they are usu­al­ly dec­o­rat­ed to look like a soc­cer ball). Pay atten­tion to the mate­r­i­al: an oxford pouffe will be more prac­ti­cal, but a velor cov­er is more pleas­ant to the touch and looks more pre­sentable.

5. Certificate for “quad tour”

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The ATV looks impres­sive and growls like a real beast — not every­one can keep such a mon­ster at home in the garage, but to ride once is the dream of many. Even if your father is not one of them, such a gift will def­i­nite­ly leave him new vivid impres­sions. If pos­si­ble, keep dad com­pa­ny or even orga­nize a full-fledged fam­i­ly out­ing. This will be espe­cial­ly valu­able for him if you rarely man­age to get togeth­er with the whole com­pa­ny.

6. Bike light

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For an active dad who likes to dri­ve with the wind, you can present not just a head­light for an iron horse, but a full-fledged mul­ti­func­tion­al device. Many mod­els, in addi­tion to a bright lamp with the abil­i­ty to adjust the light beam, are equipped with a sound sig­nal and a speedome­ter. You can find a flash­light with a solar bat­tery in the kit (a prof­itable solu­tion). Or per­haps your father will need a whole set: front and rear lights — such sets are not much more expen­sive.

7. Vitamins

Vitamin complex
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Even the strongest and most con­fi­dent dad is like­ly to need health sup­port. And if he does not buy vit­a­mins for him­self, then a lov­ing daugh­ter can take care of this. There are vit­a­min and min­er­al com­plex­es, select­ed specif­i­cal­ly for men. But you can assem­ble a use­ful set your­self. As a rule, a set of vit­a­mins A (for the pro­duc­tion of testos­terone), B and C (to pro­tect against stress and infec­tions), E (for the pre­ven­tion of car­dio­vas­cu­lar dis­eases, the cor­rect meta­bol­ic process in the body), the amino acid argi­nine (for mus­cles , immu­ni­ty and pre­ven­tion of blood clots).

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8. Folding glass

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A con­ve­nient and prac­ti­cal glass made of hypoal­ler­genic sil­i­cone will come in handy on a busi­ness trip, on a walk, in the office, on a fish­ing trip. It will fit in a bacweack, and in a clas­sic slim brief­case. With one move­ment of the hand, the device turns into a volu­mi­nous dish for cold and hot drinks (you can even pour boil­ing water). If your father prefers more seri­ous mate­ri­als, give a col­lapsi­ble glass made of steel. But they are not very suit­able for hot drinks: you can get burned.

Gifts from son

The old­er the son gets, the more he turns into a true friend. And who, if not a real friend, knows what is miss­ing in men’s every­day life.

1. Set for making tinctures

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A great option just in case when you want to make a nice and use­ful gift that looks pre­sentable and does not hit too hard on your pock­et.

The set con­sists of sev­er­al bot­tles with labels, inside of which there are already the nec­es­sary spices, zest, berries, roots and herbs. It also comes with cook­ing instruc­tions and paper fil­ters. With such a set, dad will be able to make fra­grant tinc­tures for him­self and treat them to dear guests.

2. Polarized glasses

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These are glass­es with a spe­cial coat­ing that cuts off light spots (glare), for exam­ple, from snow or water. They also pro­tect your eyes from oncom­ing head­lights. Such mod­els are dis­tin­guished by the yel­low col­or of the glass­es. Polar­ized glass­es will def­i­nite­ly come in handy for a dri­ver or a fish­er­man. And if your father spends a lot of time at the com­put­er, you can give him anti-reflec­tive glass­es. They are sim­i­lar to polar­ized ones, but dif­fer in that they trans­mit light bet­ter. It can be seen more clear­ly, and the eyes are less strained. With such a present, you can save dad from the habit of squint­ing.

3. A set of car cosmetics

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If a father adores his “swal­low”, he will grate­ful­ly accept such a gift. The kit usu­al­ly includes every­thing you need for a full dai­ly car inte­ri­or care: foam­ing agent, clean­er, brush­es and soft tols. Many man­u­fac­tur­ers also pay atten­tion to the aes­thet­ics of design — a set in a beau­ti­ful pack­age does not even require a gift wrap.

4. Thermos

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For drinks or food — choose what is more use­ful to dad. And you can also give a com­plete set: so that, for exam­ple, while fish­ing, on the road and in any work­ing con­di­tions, dad can enjoy hot home­made food.

It is impor­tant to choose not only the vol­ume and design, but also the mate­r­i­al. Met­al flasks are more reli­able, but retain heat a lit­tle worse than glass ones. If, nev­er­the­less, you decide to stop at the last option, pay spe­cial atten­tion to the qual­i­ty of the cork — if it does not sit ll, then such a ther­mos will not keep the tem­per­a­ture for a long time.

5. Trial freediving lesson

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Giv­ing pleas­ant expe­ri­ences to your loved ones is one of the best habits. And giv­ing dad the oppor­tu­ni­ty to try some­thing new is espe­cial­ly appro­pri­ate if there is a rea­son.

Free­d­iv­ing is a type of scu­ba div­ing with­out scu­ba gear and spe­cial equip­ment. To do this, you need to be able to hold your breath. An inter­est­ing expe­ri­ence can be orga­nized away from the sea coast if such train­ing is con­duct­ed in your city. But if your father has con­traindi­ca­tions (for exam­ple, hyper­ten­sion or chron­ic sinusi­tis), then you can choose anoth­er option. This could be a tri­al les­son in play­ing a musi­cal instru­ment or a flight sim­u­la­tor ses­sion.

6. Fire bowl

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A great option for own­ers of cot­tages or lucky peo­ple who live out­side the city. A fire pit is prob­a­bly the most aes­thet­ic way to orga­nize a hearth in the fresh air. A met­al prod­uct on legs or a small podi­um can be placed in any con­ve­nient place, and then it’s up to the small: stack fire­wood, light a fire and find a cou­ple of com­fort­able chairs to relax with loved ones in a cozy atmos­phere.

7. Screwdriver set with bits

Screwdriver Set
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If dad is handy, loves to fix and make things, but his tool is a hodge­podge, you can give him some­thing ver­sa­tile and com­pact. For exam­ple, a set of screw­drivers with bits. In this set, objects of dif­fer­ent sizes are select­ed for var­i­ous tasks: for car repair, fur­ni­ture and even chil­dren’s toys. Small tools packed in one case will not be lost and will always be at hand.

8. A set of expanders

carpal expander
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Such a present will come in handy even for not the most ath­let­ic dad. If the head of the fam­i­ly works a lot or spends a lot of time at the com­put­er, he just needs to peri­od­i­cal­ly warm up. There is not always time (and desire) to go to the gym, but with a set of expanders it is easy to do an effec­tive 15-minute exer­cise at home or in the office.

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Pack the present beau­ti­ful­ly and pro­vide it with sim­ple instruc­tions if nec­es­sary: ​​so that the father under­stands how to use it and what each item is for.

gifts for husband

On this day, you can pam­per your loved one and remind you that, thanks to him, you have such a won­der­ful fam­i­ly. The present can be quite tri­fling — the main thing is that your pre­cious spouse def­i­nite­ly finds a use for it.

1. Nose and ear trimmer

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Non-stan­dard, per­haps, but very prac­ti­cal present. If it is impor­tant for your hus­band to always look brand new, such a machine will def­i­nite­ly come in handy. With the help of a minia­ture trim­mer, you can quick­ly and pain­less­ly remove unwant­ed hairs that can spoil the whole impres­sion.

But, choos­ing such a present, you need to under­stand exact­ly that the father of your chil­dren will use it. If he val­ues ​​u200bu200bevery inch of his body, then such a gift can offend him, and not please him.

2. Certificate for rope jumping

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When a loved one has every­thing they could wish for, some new expe­ri­ence can be a win-win present.

If your spouse does not have health prob­lems and fear of heights, give him a cer­tifi­cate for rope jump­ing, or oth­er­wise — a rope jump. Such enter­tain­ment today can be found in many cities and even small towns. They usu­al­ly jump from bridges, rocks or spe­cial tors. It is cheap­er than many extreme fun, but vivid emo­tions will remain for a long time.

3. Thermal underar

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Such a set should be not only in the wardrobe of an avid fish­er­man, hunter or win­ter sports enthu­si­ast. Spe­cial under­ar, which is almost not felt on the body and at the same time retains heat, will come in handy both on a long trip behind the wheel and dur­ing a short fam­i­ly walk through the win­ter for­est. And it won’t take up a lot of space in your clos­et.

4. Tackle box

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Out­ward­ly, it looks like a ther­mal bag: a plas­tic box with a belt. Inside, it is some­what sim­i­lar to a wom­en’s box: sev­er­al tiers, many small and large com­part­ments. It is not sur­pris­ing — this box is also designed to store “jels”, only fish­ing ones.

When choos­ing, pay atten­tion to the qual­i­ty of fit­tings: locks and lin­tels inside. If some­thing breaks, all the plea­sure of using the present will go down the drain.

5. Jelry

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Who said that giv­ing beau­ti­ful things is only for women? Many men also will not refuse such signs of atten­tion. Chain, bracelet, ring or cuf­flinks — it remains only to find the right option.

In the lat­ter case, choos­ing a gift is espe­cial­ly inter­est­ing: it can be an ele­gant clas­sic made of sil­ver or gold (per­haps with inlay), a lacon­ic mod­el dec­o­rat­ed with silk or wood, beau­ti­ful styl­is­tic cuf­flinks in the form of anchors or stars. Or maybe some­thing more orig­i­nal: for exam­ple, steam­punk jel­ry, cuf­flinks in the form of trad­ing tables or with a Spi­der-Man mask.

6. Computer headset

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An ide­al gift for a man who works a lot at the com­put­er or likes to retire for an hour or two into the world of “shoot­ers” and “rpg”. A spe­cial com­put­er head­set will help him keep in touch with his team­mates, par­tic­i­pate effec­tive­ly in an impor­tant binar, or just lis­ten to pleas­ant back­ground music. When choos­ing a present, pay atten­tion to the con­nec­tor — so that you do not have to look for an adapter lat­er. And if you want to buy full-size head­phones, the ight of the mod­el will be an impor­tant cri­te­ri­on. From a heavy head­set, the spouse will quick­ly get tired — then you will lis­ten to his tired grum­bling.

7. Foot massager

Foot massager
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Mas­sage is prob­a­bly one of the best inven­tions of mankind. A foot mas­sage is a spe­cial kind of plea­sure.

A spe­cial com­pact device will allow you to relax after a hard day’s work, relieve accu­mu­lat­ed stress and even improve your mood. There are very inex­pen­sive mechan­i­cal options, as ll as bud­get elec­tric mod­els. You can buy a gad­get only with a mas­sage func­tion, or you can buy a hot-water mas­sager for your favorite. Anoth­er great option is a hot tub. Who said it’s only for women?

8. Set of meat delicacies

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For those who like to enjoy “some­thing like that.” The gift set can include dried poul­try, lamb, horse meat, veni­son snacks, var­i­ous pâtés and rhi­ets, and even “clas­sic” stew.

The main thing here is the orig­i­nal pre­sen­ta­tion. Many kits come in wood­en crates that need to be opened with a screw­driv­er or a crow­bar. And the tool is includ­ed. Com­fort­able!

And if your spouse does not favor meat, you can present him with a set of sets or unusu­al sam­ples of tea / cof­fee.

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Original and Inexpensive Gift Ideas for Father’s Day

  1. Tights (pants for ath­letes)
  2. Chip set for smok­ing
  3. Gloves or mit­tens
  4. home clothes
  5. per­fume
  6. Dry bag for fish­ing
  7. Ther­mal bag
  8. Portable speak­er
  9. Tea set
  10. Weight
  11. fit­ness gloves
  12. Mul­ti­tool
  13. Gas-burn­er
  14. wall hor­i­zon­tal bar
  15. Fold­ing camp­ing chair / stool
  16. camp­fire tri­pod
  17. beard and mus­tache groom­ing kit
  18. Lunch box
  19. Bracelet
  20. Shtof
  21. spice grinder
  22. Wire­less head­phones
  23. Smart­phone case
  24. Lap­top bag
  25. Trav­el bag
  26. Tie
  27. Cool­ing stones for drinks
  28. bon­sai tree
  29. Cake
  30. Hike to the quest
  31. Book
  32. Per­fume shop cer­tifi­cate
  33. Aro­ma dif­fuser in the car / office
  34. car vac­u­um clean­er
  35. DVR
  36. Cer­tifi­cate for a tat­too stu­dio
  37. Sad­hu boards
  38. Bal­ance­board
  39. Robe
  40. screw­driv­er
  41. Screw­driv­er bit set
  42. Video greet­ing
  43. Vinyl player/record
  44. car radio
  45. Juicer
  46. Wheel disks
  47. puz­zle toy
  48. Board game
  49. Sleep­ing bag
  50. Expen­sive brand­ed pen
  51. Rain­coat
  52. Bra­zier
  53. Set of skers
  54. Shak­er for sports nutri­tion
  55. Bar­tender set
  56. Ion­iz­er
  57. Humid­i­fi­er
  58. Sun­glass­es
  59. Spec­ta­cle frame with diopters
  60. Bert­sy
  61. Home­made post­card
  62. panty set
  63. Foot ham­mock
  64. Biofire­place
  65. Fish­ing boots / waders
  66. smart ring
  67. Walkie-talkie set
  68. cam­era trap
  69. chef knife
  70. Anatom­ic pil­low
  71. Col­lec­tion alco­hol
  72. Pig­gy bank
  73. Dumb­bells
  74. Care cos­met­ics
  75. elec­tric shaver
  76. Beard brush
  77. Meet­ing with friends orga­nized by you
  78. Pic­nic in nature
  79. pho­to col­lage
  80. Skates
  81. Mini grill
  82. Sub­scrip­tion to mag­a­zines / music / TV
  83. Machine / tank on the con­trol pan­el
  84. snow­board stick­er
  85. Bal­akla­va
  86. Travel/sports bag
  87. Cov­ers for cars
  88. Key ring
  89. Car mats
  90. Sauce set
  91. Tri­al les­son in a for­eign lan­guage
  92. Decanter
  93. Match tick­ets
  94. speak­er
  95. Auto­mat­ic corkscrew
  96. Scraper brush for car
  97. Sub­scrip­tion to the pool
  98. Con­cert / the­ater tick­ets
  99. Urban bacweack
  100. Set of glass­es / beer mug
  101. Tol
  102. Cov­ers for dif­fer­ent doc­u­ments in the same style
  103. Fun­ny print T‑shirt
  104. kig­u­ru­mi
  105. Elec­tron­ic book
  106. jig­saw
  107. Scales
  108. Pool glass­es and cap
  109. for­tune cook­ies
  110. Purse
  111. Nordic walk­ing poles
  112. Snow­shoes
  113. echo sounder
  114. A set of wob­blers / spin­ners
  115. Shot­gun clean­ing kit
  116. Cer­tifi­cate to the tool shop
  117. Paint­ing
  118. Mini TV in the car
  119. Com­pa­ny shares
  120. Wool mit­tens
  121. Samovar
  122. Bot­tle for water
  123. Umbrel­la
  124. Radio for giv­ing
  125. Uni­ver­sal remote
  126. Cer­tifi­cate in the spa-salon

How to choose a gift for dad for Father’s Day

Let’s be hon­est: Father’s Day is not such a grandiose hol­i­day as, for exam­ple, his own birth­day or the New Year that every­one is wait­ing for. For many, this is an addi­tion­al rea­son to say warm words of love to the head of the fam­i­ly and, per­haps, give him some­thing that he had been think­ing about for a long time, but all hands did not reach to buy.

If you’re on a bud­get, no big deal. Tak­ing dad to your favorite cafe where you haven’t been for a long time, or final­ly giv­ing him a liter mug for tea, which he has long threat­ened to buy for him­self — this will already be a great gift for Father’s Day.

But the main thing is to indi­cate in any way con­ve­nient for you that you val­ue dad and appre­ci­ate every­thing he does for you and the whole fam­i­ly.

Popular questions and ansrs

Togeth­er with event orga­niz­er Jahangir Gari­bov We ansr pop­u­lar ques­tions from read­ers.

What not to give dad for Father’s Day?

Don’t give gifts that he already has (unless you decide to replace them with new ones) or that he prob­a­bly won’t use. For exam­ple, tools are a bad option for a man who prefers to entrust even small house­work to pro­fes­sion­als. As ll as for a sophis­ti­cat­ed dad in this regard — if you do not know what exact­ly he needs. For exam­ple, he will not need a cheap screw­driv­er if he has, albeit not a very new, but high-qual­i­ty expen­sive tool.

Here you can also men­tion such things as expen­sive col­lectible alco­hol. If your father does not col­lect such a col­lec­tion, then he sim­ply will not appre­ci­ate the full sig­nif­i­cance of this present.

Also, do not give too expen­sive gifts — dad may be offend­ed.

What can you give dad for Father’s Day?

It can be any­thing from a lighter to a pro­fes­sion­al shot­gun. The fact is that the con­cept of ben­e­fit is dif­fer­ent for every­one. A gym mem­ber­ship is very use­ful to one, and the oth­er may even be offend­ed. Try ask­ing your dad direct­ly what he would like to get “for com­plete hap­pi­ness.” And if he is mod­est, con­sult with oth­er house­hold mem­bers.

What is a handmade gift for Father’s Day?

By the way, the ide­al option for this hol­i­day is some­thing made by you per­son­al­ly. It can be a fes­tive din­ner (espe­cial­ly valu­able if scram­bled eggs are the pin­na­cle of your usu­al culi­nary skills). You can pick up a track list of your dad’s favorite music to it. Or you can bake a ben­to cake or a “full size” treat for him.

You can also present a pho­to album with pic­tures that he has not yet seen or has already for­got­ten. Cre­ate a fam­i­ly tree. In gen­er­al, maybe dad has been dream­ing about grand­chil­dren for a long time?