A neat little accessory for the Nikon family of DSLR cameras. Wireless remote control works great for group photos and multiple exposures over time, or for setting up “photo booths” for parties and events.
A quality set of headphones is a must on frequent flights. The crying baby (that’s not his, hehe), non-stop chatter, roaring ending… not for the dad with these headphones! Without the fuss of wires, Jabra Move Wireless Stereo headphones are a no-fail choice. .
When it comes to birthday gifts for dad from daughters, few can match up to this docking station. Not only does it add some semblance of order to his life and keep his desk clutter-free.
Exact same deal as above, only with good-quality footwear. My husband is super hard on his shoes, but won’t complain until there are literally inch-wide holes in them. You decide what he’d most appreciate: sandals? loafers? a fancy new hiking boot for hours of family activities?
There are countless benefits gained from reading to your toddler. Help make read-out-loud activities fun for the new dad by gifting him with dad-themed children’s books. Ahmet Zappa’s Because I’m Your Dad is a wonderful book that showcases the special bond between a father and his kids.
At the other end of the beverage spectrum, AppKettle is perfect if your dad is a fan of a quick brew, a nice cuppa or anything in between. This is essentially a good quality kettle with one key addition - it's compatible with Amazon's Alexa voice assistant.
Again, another great idea for the dad that travels a lot. Also pro tip: if you can get him one that is leather, they last forever! They’re more expensive, but totally worth the money.
Feed your dad’s wanderlust with one of these unique birthday gifts for dad. For the outdoor-loving dad, this nautical compass would make sure he always comes home to you.
If dad enjoys listening to music while working out, the EarFun Free true wireless earphones may be the perfect option. They combine quality audio performance with a waterproof design for an impressively low price.
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Check out this tutorial on how to craft an accordion file notebook designed to hold special coupons for Dad on Father’s Day. Sometimes the best gifts are homemade and with DIY gift certificates, you can give Dad the things he truly loves, like maybe a Saturday without mowing?
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For sport, not for style — but they'll look pretty sharp with dad's activewear anyway. Multilayer lenses are anti-scratch, anti-fog, and anti-glare, paired with an unbreakable, flexible frame.
This lovely silver frame set is two 4 X 6” frames attached to each other and comes with a lovely poem for Dad on one side and a place to put a photo on the other. The perfect gift for your dad, it works as well for the office as it does for home. This will be a cherished Father’s Day gift.
One of the smallest portable chargers going is this little number from Belkin, which should fit in any bag or even a pocket. With over 2,000mAh in its reserve, you'll be giving your dada a useful burst of juice should her ever need it, at a very reasonable price.
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Who is always the hardest person to buy gifts for? Let’s say it all together…DAD! Gosh they are hard. Not only is it like pulling teeth to get gift ideas from them, but whenever they DO have something that they actually need, they go out and buy it for themselves! The nerve! So what are we supposed to do? Just keep on giving them Lowe’s gift cards every birthday and Christmas from now into eternity? (Honestly, I don’t think they’d mind that. At least my husband wouldn’t.) But when it comes to buying actual gifts to wrap and put under the Christmas tree, it’s always my husband and my father that are the hardest. (Yes, YOU, Dad!)