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We were gifted the featured items in exchange for coverage. This year Father’s Day is being celebrate in our home with TWO daughters. Madness!
Last year Aurora was just a couple of months old, and poorly, and so we weren’t really ‘in the game’ so to speak. This year I’ve got lots of bits for my lovely husband that I know he will really appreciate.
If your budget for Father’s Day stretches a little more then why not go for something on the fun side? This Frenzy 205mm pneumatic folding commuter scooter is perfect for Dads, under 100kg, who are wanting to relive their youth, travel to work for free or just enjoy a different way to travel for leisure.
skates.co.uk offer FREE UK Delivery alongside easy 30 day returns so you can choose from their range of scooters, skates, skateboards or accessories confident that your Dad will be catered to and anything unsuitable can be returned.
A Readly digital magazine and newspaper subscription is the perfect gift to buy digitally if you’re running low on time. There are a range of brilliant magazines for Fathers, including T3, Wired, Men’s Health, The Guardian, Retro Gamer, TIME, News Week and more.
Your Dad will get unlimited reading with this great gift card, which offers 3 months for the price of two. £19.98 is all it costs to give your Dad unlimited reading this summer with more than 6,000 digital titles available.
This Father’s Day don’t bother with another personalised mug, or calendar full of images. Instead why not gift your Dad the gift of choice? Buy A Gift have hand-picked a range of amazing driving activities, treats, adrenaline adventures and other experiences. With everything from Zorbing to gourmet dinners and gaming breaks there will be something to suit every day with the Treat Him Gift Box.
Your Dad gets to make their own selection, and this is a fantastic way to show your Dad your gratitude without having to tie him in to one specific activity that might not suit his personality!
Beards seem to be more popular than ever before, and whether your Dad is clean-shaven or bearded he can keep looking trim and tidy with this amazing Wahl Stainless steel 9-in-1 multi groomer. This has 240 minutes cordless run time, 17 cutting lengths from 0.2 – 25mm and 4 interchangeable heads. It has a titanium steel finish and is designed to offer a precision finish.
For the Dad that has absolutely everything already why not get a personalised gift card? The Prezzee voucher can be personalised with video, audio and images. It comes in a range of great Father’s Day designs and can be redeemed at more than 120 different outlets including Deliveroo, John Lewis, ASOS, Virgin experience Days, Just Eat and more.
This is a fantastic gift for the Dad who is impossible to buy for, as they can choose something lovely themselves and you’ll be able to let them know you care, without wasting your money!
When you’re wrapping up those lovely presents for your Dad don’t forget about the Father’s Day card! Danilo has an amazing selection of Father’s Day cards, and cards for Grandfathers too, plus this amazing Pokemon gift bag and gift wrap is perfect for the Pokemon fan in our house!
If you’re on a limited budget, but still want to let your Dad know you care, then this Haribo box filled with the traditional favourites jelly babies and wine gums, is perfect! Your Dad will have a whopping 800g of goodies to get through and there is even enough to share with loved ones.
Who doesn’t love a sweet treat on a special occasion? We’re big loves of chocolate in this house, and this Cadbury Father’s Day Chocolate gift box is perfect. It comes packaged up, in the bold Cadbury purple, and is a complete gift in a box!
This gift comes with Cadbury chocolate, wine gums, Bourneville chocolate and other Cadbury treats as well as a No. 1 Dad sleeve for the chocolate! Cadbury have a TON of great gifts on their website which you can personalise too.
There you have it! All the goodies that my lovely husband is receiving for Father’s Day this year! I’ve tried to go with genuinely loved and useful products and treats. I can’t wait to share the sweets with Thomas too, as I’m sure Daisy would agree with also!