With Father’s Day just around the corner (as a reminder, it’s coming up this Sunday), there’s just enough time to get in those last-minute Father’s Day gifts! As we’ve noted before, buying your dad a gift is challenging because it’s such a personal matter. Maybe your dad needs a coffee-table book or a tech gift. Maybe he loves to cook. Maybe he hates it! In the spirit of finding the right thing for your dad, we went in search of all the best Father’s Day gifts on Amazon for every different kind of father.
To make things even easier for you, we’ve pulled together a list of 43 last-minute Father’s Day gifts that we’ve written about before. Order any of these gifts today with two-day shipping, and they’ll arrive on your doorstep on Saturday, just in time for the big day. And if you’re looking for more ideas, be sure to check out our very last-minute-friendly Father’s Day gifts on Amazon guide.
For the dad who wishes he were roaming
This wanderlust-inspiring coffee-table book chronicles life on the road for people who’ve gone off the grid in VW campers and adventure mobiles to far-flung locales like the mountains of Mongolia. If you’re an Amazon Prime member, the book will come with free two-day shipping. (That’s true of all of the items on this list.)
For the dad who runs marathons
For the dad who wants to bulk up
For the dad who thinks he’s PGA material
For the dad who’s always looking for a spot to charge his phone
A desktop charging station with six (count ‘em!) USB ports for whatever he may need to juice.
For the dad who doesn’t want to deal with cords at all
Ditch the cord completely for this wireless-charging setup that boasts thousands of glowing reviews.
For the dad who’s the life of the pool party
For the dad who has separation anxiety
For the dad who loves a shiny new toy
If dad’s always wanted to take one for a spin, this mini–DJI drone wouldn’t be a bad place to start. It has a powerful camera for capturing aerial photos and is easy enough to control with a phone or even by hand.
For the dad who swims with the fishes
For the dad who overpacks
For the dad who’s over his Moleskine
For the dad who wants to brainstorm anywhere
For the dad who gets headaches
For the dad who still keeps his toothbrush in a Ziploc
For the dad who loves a lounge
For the dad who needs more rest
For the dad who cooks in style
For the dad who grows everything
For the dad who fries everything
He may not be able to resist the temptation of sticking cheese, potato wedges, or Snickers in this little deep fryer.
For the dad who wants “wow factor”
It’s a giant slab of pink Himalayan salt that’s sure to get “oohs” and “aahs” the next time he invites the neighbors over.
For the dad who can’t wait for the wine to breathe
For the dad who’s addicted to the snooze button
For the dad who’s on the clock
A one-minute hourglass filled with magnetized iron sand that collects into shards and stalagmites.
For the dad with a Starbucks habit
For the dad with a Starbucks habit who needs proper cups
For the dad who misses capital-F Fashion
Here, 500-plus pages of the story of the relationship between muse Loulou de la Falaise and Yves Saint Laurent, featuring interviews with more than 200 people, including Cecil Beaton, Diana Vreeland, and Robert Mapplethorpe.
For the dad who’s not great at the touch test
For the dad who wants to jam to Mingus wire-free
For the dad who’s too cool for Fitbit
For the dad who drinks beer discreetly
For the dad who drinks liquor discreetly
A slim flask that has the look of crinkly paper, but is actually made of stainless steel.
For the dad who drinks liquor … period
For the dad who wants to impress his houseguests
For the dad who rocks bed head unintentionally
Your lazy dad will think the culty R+Co invented this styling paste–slash–dry shampoo just for him.
For the dad who sports a five o’clock shadow 24/7
For the dad who keeps his face baby-butt smooth
For the dad who’s a clean freak
For the dad who could stand to de-stress a little
For the dad who wants a dog without the maintenance
A remote-controlled robot dog that barks and plays without needing to be walked or fed or cleaned up after.
For the dad who wants to guest-proof his coffee table
These hexagonal wood-and-marble coasters are very lagom.
For the dad who’s over Diptyque
This room-size candle will make him think he’s living by the beach.
For the dad who swears he once had a beer with Bill Murray
Maybe he’s in this book! At the very least, he’ll appreciate the collection of the many times the actor mixed and mingled with regular folk.
For the dad who’s convinced his office chair will kill him
For the dad who’s deep in his bartending phase
A wood-and-brass bar cart will accentuate his liquor collection — whether it’s booze-aisle fare or three-figure swill — quite nicely.
For the dad who just dusted off his Velvet Underground records
This boxy, minimalist turntable comes with a built-in preamp. All you’ll need is a set of speakers to get his well-worn records spinning.
For the dad whose feet are always pooped
For the dad who’s been putting off a chiropractor appointment
A bit granola-y, but for nearly instantaneous backache relief, this acupressure mat is well-vetted by podiatrists, acupuncturists, and our own Strategist writer whose aches wouldn’t go away.
For the jet-setting dad
A handsome, chestnut-hued Dopp kit is certainly much nicer (and environmentally sound) to house travel-sized shampoo than a Ziploc bag.
For the dad who wants to hack his golf game
Plus, it does double duty as a sleep monitor and step counter.
For the dad who’s stuck in the burbs
Grab one in a scent of your choice — oh, say, New York City. Two-day ship it to your old man, and give him a call while you’re at it. He’ll be glad to hear your voice.
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