Need Father's Day Gift Ideas? Here's How to Figure Out What Dad Really Wants & 5 Fun Gift Ideas! by Cheryl Leahy

Father's Day
6 years ago

When considering a Father's Day gift, try solving a problem or reinforcing a passion! For example, one year my dad had recently retired and was getting ready to travel a great deal. He is also very organized, and was frustrated trying to keep everything in its place. I went to a specialty travel site and purchased travel organization accessories - a huge hit! 

Experiences such as food tours, day fishing trips and go kart racing are a few likely to put a smile on his face. He might also just want to spend time with you, which can be the biggest gift of all!

Hanging Toiletry Bag Travel Organizer
Hanging Toiletry Bag Travel Organizer $13
Portable, compact and lightweight: This hanging toiletry bag will fit all of Dad's needs when traveling.
MagnoGrip Magnetic Wristband
MagnoGrip Magnetic Wristband $8
Dad can use this magnetic wristband to keep tools on his wrist while doing projects around the house. Ideal for holding nails, screws, fasteners, wrenches and small tools.
Double Edge Safety Razer Kit by Shaveology
Double Edge Safety Razer Kit by Shaveology $30
This razer is the perfect edition to any man's shaving routine. The high-end razor features a chrome plating on the neck, head and base so it not only looks great, but it will not rust or tarnish.
18-Piece Stainless-Steel Barbecue Set
18-Piece Stainless-Steel Barbecue Set $19
Dad will love this BBQ set with 18 grilling tools and handled storage case.
Personalized Rustic Craft Beer Carrier
Personalized Rustic Craft Beer Carrier $52
Dad can mix, match and carry his brewery favorites in this personalized rustic craft beer carrier with bottle opener.

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Dieter Schmitz
Hmmmmmm, how about a nice bottle of wine for the hardworking dads?
Great suggestions for dads, thanks!

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