FATHERS DAY gift ideas


Sharing some fun father’s day gift ideas I put together for you and… a few that came highly recommended by my dad.  He’s been sharing his favorite items the past few years. Some he has received as gifts and others he bought for himself that he loves and uses all the time.  I love shopping for the special guys in our life and whether your shopping for your dad, husband or friend I think all of these items would make the perfect gift.


These gifts are great for the athletic guy. I’ve included some great athleisure pieces, a smart watch and some pickleball accessories.


Loving these items for the businessman. Including items for travel like this carry-on luggage and some office style. Also, these noise cancelling headphones are amazing!




This eye massager would make the perfect gift. It has heat, music and massages around the eye and temple area. It is customizable and very relaxing to use.


This working light has three different settings. Has a magnetic back, makes for hands-free lighting, rechargeable with USB port, and comes in a two pack. Great if you have a dad that loves working on cars it easily attaches directly to car hood. You can attach it to the a grill to for a dad that likes to BBQ.


I actually bought this for my dad for Father’s Day day years ago and it’s still one of his favorite gifts. The globe is light activated and it spins when there is light in the room. It’s a globe inside of a globe that floats in water. It comes in different sizes and different color schemes.


This is not your average flashlight. It has a telescoping neck and it can bend to see hard to reach areas. Think under the sofa, in between car seats, under the bed, etc.



This is a great tool your dad could add to his drill. It’s a universal socket that automatically adjust to any size bolt or screw you may be trying to use that ranges from a quarter of an inch to 3/4 of an inch. It can literally replace an entire package of socket attachments.



This gift is a great gift for the gardening or plant loving dad. All you do is stick this meter in the soil to see what the water levels are below the surface. This is a great tool to make sure you’re not over watering or under watering your plants.

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