For many of us, dads have been a strong pillar in our lives -- being there to protect and nurture us in a manner that is different from that of mom’s. Masculine love can be very different from feminine love, and it is equally essential in order to grow up in a balanced manner. Well, if dad had been a strong and positive influence in your life, I am sure that you are on the lookout to get a Father’s Day gift for him. What about the rest of us who do not have such fond memories of dad? Well, now is a good time as any to mend broken fences and rebuild bridges by getting him a gift, too. If you do not know where to start, how about checking out our list of the best Father’s Day 2017 gift ideas?
Personalized Shed Sign
This £26 Personalized Shed Sign could be just the thing to brighten up your dad’s day and bring a smile to his face. Assuming your dad has no man cave in the home, but has a shed that he loves to spend time in, then this personalized sign is the perfect item. Capable of fitting in up to 15 characters for the top line, with 10 characters on the bottom line, which means the amount of “win” that this Personalized Shed Sign line greatly depends on your imagination.
Foldable charcoal fire pit
How about this unique £23.99 foldable charcoal fire pit? After all, summer evenings are the perfect way to spend time with your family and good friends over a BBQ. Char-grilled burger patties made from beef (or other meats of your choice) that are simply delicious to bite into can be an unforgettable experience. Many cultures around the world do place an utmost amount of importance when it comes to sharing a meal with someone, so why not do so with a foldable charcoal fire pit?
Kneelo Knee Pads
If dad has green fingers and simply loves to mess around the garden early in the morning or late in the evenings, then the £14.95 Kneelo Knee Pads would fit the bill perfectly. They might seem to be rather “sissy” to wear cushioned knee pads, but do look at the long term protection that it provides. Gardening ought to be a relaxing experience rather than being a strain on the joints, and the Kneelo Knee Pads would be able to help provide the right amount of protection.
Kärcher K2 Full Control Home Pressure Washer
Cleaning around the home is not an easy task, especially when some of the chores have been put off for quite some time already. Painting the walls of the home can be procrastinated for one week, a couple of months, and then before you know it -- it has been a year, and mold has made its growth all over the place. The £100 Kärcher K2 Full Control Home Pressure Washer is the ideal tool to have around the home, since it is more than capable of peeling paint from walls, rather than letting you suffer from scraping the paint off. The Kärcher K2 Full Control Home Pressure Washer will comprise of a trigger gun, a dirt blaster lance, patio and deck detergent and a patio cleaner accessory to help you get started right out of the box.
Dad’s reflexes might not be all that they were back when he was in his prime, but this doesn’t mean that the little boy in him is no longer around. No sir, the wildly successful Nintendo Switch would certainly be a “tool” that he would love to receive and enjoy with his children, and who knows, his grandchildren? The £308 Nintendo Switch is the ideal tool to alleviate any kind of stress, and it also helps one to de-stress after a particularly difficult day.
Amazon Echo Dot
Show dad how he is going to be one step closer to the world of a smart home, or perhaps a Star Trek universe, with the £49.99 Amazon Echo Dot. This voice-controlled device that makes use of Alexa Amazon's hands-free Echo Dot speaker that is rather small and highly portable. Not only that, this is one handy device which can play back your favorite tunes, set timers while cooking, or even read out the news, although it might get rather unnerving for some to have a digital voice read out aloud.
Well, what are some of the gifts that you think dad would fall in love with heads over heels this Father’s Day? Go through our list above, there should be a little bit of something for every kind of dad out there.