This candle from Henry Rose is a first from the brand, emitting a warm glow from a 100 percent cotton wick and blended coconut, soy, and vegetable waxes infused with the brand’s mysterious and sensual Torn fragrance. Notes of vanilla bean, earthy vetiver root, and cozy sweetness will fill the air. It’s manufactured in small batches and hand-poured in the United States, so you’ll feel good about supporting an American business.
Whether you’re celebrating your granddad, your dad, or your favorite “zaddy,” you may need some gifting inspiration. Dads often don’t help in this regard; the most common refrain from my own father as we approach any holiday is a gruff “I don’t want anything.” But of course he does, and even if you can’t pull it out of him, you can still get your dad something he’ll appreciate. Send him one of these great, Wirecutter-recommended gifts for dads—none of which is another boring tie.
Our top-rated carry-on luggage, the Samsonite Flexis 21" Spinner features tough, nimble wheels that should last for years of hard use. It offers 2,520 cubic inches of packing space. The inside of the suitcase boasts a large open area with elastic retention straps for securing your clothes or packing cubes into place, as well as mesh stash pockets for organizing smaller items. On the inside of the bag’s lid, you’ll find a zippered, mesh compartment that’s perfect for jamming socks or underwear in. We were particularly impressed with the self-healing YKK Strong Grip Zip. If one of the bag’s zippers gets messed up (but doesn’t break), zipping and unzipping it should make it as good as new.
These relaxed fit jeans by Duer are a true-to-size dream he’ll live in day and night. His tees, button-downs, and sweaters may be swapped out each day, but these jeans will be the core wardrobe piece that gets him through just about every fashion scenario. They’re made of L2X performance denim, a cotton blend that was created to stay cool and offer just enough stretch and breathable comfort. Don’t miss these other gifts for the guy who’s impossible to buy for.
While a kitchen faucet may not be exactly what they expected, the kitchen design lovers on your list will obsess over this Isenberg K. 1200 Caso in their sink. It’s a dual spray stainless steel kitchen faucet with a pull-out function that makes everything from filling to washing a pot far easier than ever before, all while looking like an ad for luxurious living. This is definitely for the one always admiring kitchen decor and appliances, and will last for years.
Perhaps your father figure isn’t the most organized person in the suburb. This tiny tracker can help keep an eye on his belongings with minimal effort. It’s small enough to fit on just about anything and has a three-year battery life, so he can just stick it and forget it. When he inevitably misplaces his remote control or car keys, he can track them down up to 150 feet away (assuming he doesn’t lose his device with the Tile app on it). It might not be the most exciting gift, but it’ll keep him from calling you every time something goes missing.
Most high-quality drones will cost you $500 and up, which can be pricey if you aren’t sure you are going to get a lot of use out of it. The Potensic T25 is our favorite drone under $200, making it an awesome way to practice flying (and crashing), without spending a ton of money. Despite the price, you’re still getting an included 1080p camera and smart features like hovering, decent battery life, and a “Follow Me” mode.
Most waxed aprons are made from canvas, with a thick top layer of paraffin (to repel water), but that makes them heavy and stiff. The Tilit Contra Chef Apron, on the other hand, is made from a thinner cotton fabric that contains a water-repelling solution. This little detail makes the Tilit apron lighter and more comfortable than typical waxed canvas aprons. We think the clean lines, narrow bib, and welted pockets give the Tilit Contra a neat and polished look, and Dad will agree. And this apron comes in a slew of both perennial and seasonal color options.
Baking is more fun than ever with the Baketivity Face-Bake DIY Cookie Kit Baking, because young and advanced bakers alike can create cookies with edible images, text, logos, and even favorite teams. The company offers a fun design-it-yourself tool that’s fun for everyone on your list, and even more delicious to eat. You’ll also love these stocking stuffer ideas for kids.
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Ask any chef or serious cook: an 8-inch Chef’s Knife is a must-have. This Henckels model is almost universally praised by online shoppers and won our roundup of the best chef’s knives, easily slicing through the competition in our testing. If you want something to go with it, I personally love the $50 Epicurean Gourmet Series cutting board, which is beautiful, functional, excelled in our testing, and is even dishwasher-safe.