The best part of Father's Day is finally buying that new item he’s not-so-subtly hinted at since last Father's Day. Whether he's a techie, a gym buff or loves a good DIY project, we have put together some tips to take the guess work out of what to get dad.
Wireless Charging Pad:
If your dad is a tech geek, we'd put our money on a wireless charging pad because we all know his battery gets drained quickly.
We all know that dad who loves a good home theatre so get him started with a great projector, plus it’s a great excuse to get the family together for a movie night!
A video doorbell is a handy device that allows your dad to see who is at the door from the comfort of the lounge straight to his phone, your dad will never miss a parcel or a visitor again!
Automated Vacuum Cleaner:
Give dad the gift of multi-tasking with a brand–new automated vacuum, so he can kick back while the house stays spick and span.
Working from home can make your super active dad a bit more sedentary, an under desk elliptical machine is a great way of staying active.
When dad's in recovery mode, the best remedy is a good foot massager, preferably a heated one.
Reusable Water Bottle:
We all know the importance of staying hydrated, especially when there is a lot of sweating involved. No doubt, a good quality water bottle will prevent Dad from dehydration!
Bottle Opener and Stubby Holder:
If your dad is an expert DIY handyman, we're certain he knows how to honour a good brew. In this case, a bottle opener and stubby holder could be a great pairing. You can even get yours monogrammed to give it that personal touch.
Portable Cooler Bag:
If your dad is constantly out and about, he will need a safe place for his greatest valuables i.e. his favourite snacks and drinks. A cooler bag that he can carry around day-to-day will prove to be extremely useful.