Another year has passed and it’s once again time to think about what to buy that man in your life for Father’s Day. With so many types of men, it could be difficult to figure out what to get your type. And so, we’ve got you covered.
Here’s a thorough list of unique gift options for all the unique qualities and interests of your man:
For the dad with an insatiable sweet tooth, you can’t go wrong with Dylan’s Candy Bar. They make a Man Cave Gift Set that includes a Fun Foods Bacon Bar, Junk Food Good to Go pouch, Sour Gummy Worms Soda Can and much more. Top this off with Dylan’s Candy Bar Box, a monthly membership that brings assortments of candy, chocolate and other fun goodies right to your door. ($109.)
For the dad who loves clean floors, but hates to vacuum, the iRobot ROOMBA is the ultimate solution. Practically designed for the busy homeowners, this wi-fi connected robotic vacuum navigates an entire level of your home, keeping track of its location and recharging as needed. ($699)
For the George Foreman Grill fan check out the new Grill + Broil. (Because hey, sometimes you can’t change a bachelor’s favorite way to cook.) There’s a bottom grill and a top broil for perfect caramelization and melt. The infamous fat draining trays are still there. Don’t worry. ($140)
For the athlete dad who appreciates good beats, take a look at Zipbuds 26. These bluetooth sport earbuds are sweat and waterproof, specifically created to solve the common frustrations in sport headphones. ($149.99)
For the Danny Tanner type of dad, ECOVACS Winbot is an automatic window cleaning robot that you want in your home. It works with frameless windows, sliding glass doors, shower stalls, glass railings and more. ($400)
For the dad who grills like a dad, the Grillbot takes the grunt work out of cleaning up afterwards. It’s as easy as putting the machine on the grill and pressing a button. Available in four different colors. ($140)
For the dad who loves doing home renovations, add WalabotDIY to your gift-giving list. It provides ‘Superman-vision’ to see up to 10CM into drywall, cement, and other materials to determine location of studs, pipes, wires and anything else. Apparently, this is really important. ($199)
For the dad who takes care of his skin, consider gifting him a Personal Microderm Pro. It exfoliates away dead and dull skin, pulling blood flow to your skin’s surface, which increases circulation and naturally build collagen. (Okay, fine … so maybe you’ll want to get one for yourself too!) ($199)
For the dad who appreciates a nightcap, The Glenlivet 15 Years Old is the perfect spirit. A portion is matured in a selection of French Oak casks for a limited period, which intensifies the whisky and results in a richer and creamier finish. ($58)
For the dad who has no time to get a massage, get him a massage! Zeel is the first company to deliver spa-quality massages to your home, a hotel, or essentially anywhere you’d like in less than an hour. Choose the gender, time and location, and Zeel will deliver a licensed and vetted massage therapist to do what they do best.
For the dad who fancies Western medicine, Lure Essentials has a pretty cool Iconic Cupping Set. The therapy set can help reduce swelling and inflammation, relieve fatigue, muscle and joint paint, strengthen the immune system, improve sleep and much more. ($25)
For the dad who appreciates some pops of color, Feit Electric recently launched LED Glass Color Filament Bulbs. The energy efficient lights come in red, blue, orange, pink, green, yellow and purple and glow brightly, so consider them for backyard entertaining.
For the dad who loves to entertain, but can’t stand mosquitos, check out the Halo Repeller by Thermacell. Place Halo right where you are and create a 15’ x 15’ mosquito protection zone. No more smelly spray or foul-smelling candles. ($40)
For the dad with a beard to groom, Beard Guyz is a collection of grooming products that combine natural oils, conditioning butters, herbal extracts and vitamins to really take care daddy’s skin. The collection includes growth serum, conditioner, daily wash, oils and balms.
For the dad who likes a hot meal while on the go, check out Hot Logic. It employs a flat shelf heating system and uses low-slow conduction heat to hold food at an ideal serving temperature for hours. What’s more is that it can also act as a slow cooker to prepare meals from scratch. Needless to say, it’s pretty useful. ($40)
For the dad who takes pride in his garden, the Rachio Smart Sprinkler Controller will make his life easier. Dad can use the app to control the sprinkler and also use other smart products like the Alexa, IFTTT, Xfinity, Nest and more. This is definitely the smarter and more efficient way for dad to control the sprinkler system.
For the techie dad who loves to take photos, check out Nixplay Iris frames. This is a Wi-Fi digital photo frame that lets you easily and securely store, share and display photos. You can even load pics of the whole family before you give it to him and he’ll be thrilled. Guaranteed.
For the dad who is just the cheesiest, challenge him with Palmetto Cheese – The Pimento Cheese with Soul. With a variety of flavors to choose from, dad (and let’s face it, the whole family) won’t be able to get enough. Top a burger, stuff some jalapenos, use it as a dip … he will not be able to get enough. ($5)
For the sentimental dad, check out Personal Creations. They have a lot of options for the perfect personalized gift for the most important man in your family. From a bottle cap wall display to an oversized beer mug, there are many things to choose.
For the worldly dad, quarterlane is a literary service that delivers a luxury box set filled with an assortment of quality books, art and seasonal gifts four times per year. If you know dad loves to get lost in the crisp pages of a new book, this is the gift for him. ($105)
For the frequent business traveling dad, PLIQO is a must-have. Get rid of the bulky garment cargo and introduce yourself to the bag that makes it possible to fit a suit into a laptop bag without it becoming a wrinkled disaster. PLIQO unfolds into a traditional garment bag set up, but folds up into a traditional cross-body. Talk about extra light traveling!
For the dad who’d like something a little shiny on his wrist, check out Studio Jewel’s handcrafted customizable cuff. Have something special printed on the bracelet like coordinates, dates, names, initials, and anything else you can think up. ($164)
For the dad who likes to sparkle-up, check out Drinkmate – the new beverage carbonation system. Perfect for a pool party or lazy day in the sun, Drinkmate can sparkle-up any drink from juices, cocktails and even beers. Experiment with ingredients or even bring flat beer or soda back to life! ($98)
For the dad who opts for dairy-free, you must check out Kite Hill products. This plant-based brand created alternatives for yogurts, cheese, cream cheese and even ricotta cheese. Their chive spread is a definite!
For the “nerdy” travel loving dad, plan a last minute getaway to New York State for the June 17-18 Path Through History Weekend. The family can delve into rich and fascinating history with hundreds of events at historic and cultural destinations throughout the state. So make Father’s Day an excuse to get out and learn something new while having fun.
For The Cool Dad, a cute idea for dads whose babies are just as cool as he is. Party at My Crib bodysuits are available in white and aqua; sizes 0-6m and 6-12m bodysuits; $19.99. Give Back: For each purchase made, Fayfaire donates a special bodysuit for every NICU baby that the charitable organization Miracle Babies helps.