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Father’s Day Gift Guide

Every dad can use a helping hand every now and again, whether he wants to admit it or not. This Father’s Day, skip the tie and the sports memorabilia (unless he’s really into those things) and give him a Father’s Day gift that offers the help he’s too stubborn to ask for.

Help With Home Repairs

Reactor Flex Flashlight – Home Hardware

As talented as dad might be, chances are, he’s not an octopus, which means sometimes, he literally needs a helping hand. Cue the Reactor Flex Flashlight from Home Hardware. Not only is this high efficiency, triple LED flashlight bright, but its flexible shaft, magnetic end, and rubberized jaws, allow it to be wrapped, clamped, and attached to precisely where dad needs it the most.

 

Tool Starter Set

Not every dad is an old hand at DIYs around the house. So, if you’re shopping for a dad who is also a new homeowner, there’s a chance that he might need a good top up on his tool inventory. Give a young dad the tools he needs with a power tool combo kit, like this 18V Lithium-Ion 8-Tool combo kit from Ryobi. This kit will allow him to drill, saw, drive, and clean up when he’s done.

 

Get Fired Up

Wood Grill Scraper – Canadian Tire

If dad is a grill master, treat him to the latest in on trend accessories this Father’s Day –a wood grill scraper. Made of all-natural hardwood, these scrapers eliminate the fear of stray bristles, that comes from using a wire scraper. These scrapers conform to the shape of your grill overtime, allowing for perfect scraping.

If a Star Wars Fan Dad is, Then Buy These You Must

father's day gift bbq tongs

Have a Star Wars-loving grill dad? Then he’s sure to love receiving these lightsaber bbq tongs as a Father’as his Father’s Day gift. Do they make that infamous lightsaber sound? Yes, yes they do. Will the force fix dad’s tendency to burn the steaks? No, sadly, they will not.

Relaxation and Recreation

 

Palmer 100% Leather Recliner – Structube

father's day gift structube recliner

The incredibly comfortable and great-looking 100% leather Palmer recliner from Structube is a Father’s Day gift dad will never forget. This power recliner forgoes that traditional handle and reclines at the touch of a button. For added convenience, dad will also find a built-in USB port at his fingertips, included on the small, integrated power console.

This restyled version of the quintessential “dad chair” means that he can kick back in any space, from the living room, to the bedroom or even the office without compromising the room’s décor.

Optishot2 Golf Simulator – Golf Town

father's day gift gold simulator

If golf is dad’s game, giving him the Optishot2 Golf Simulator as a Father’s Day gift is sure to score you a hole in 1. The Optishot2 is a simulator swing pad that connects to your computer via USB. Dad will be able to keep tabs on his swing, play on an ever-expanding library of world-class courses, practice shots from anywhere on the course, and more. Complete the setup with a hitting net and stance mat for the ultimate gift.

Refresh and Rejuvenate

Boss Blender – Breville

father's day gift breville boss

Whether dad likes to stay nourished with green smoothies, flexes his culinary muscles by making velvety soups and sauces, or happens to be a longtime resident of Margaritaville, he’s going to absolutely love receiving the Breville Boss high performance blender. With one-touch operation, curved stainless steel blades, and a whopping 1500W of power, this blender can turn ice into snow and breakdown fibrous greens like kale in no time flat.

Keurig Elite

father's day gift Keurig K-eilte

It’s time to upgrade dad’s coffee game with the new Keurig K-Elite. The K-Elite allows dad to brew his coffee hotter, stronger, and offers one-touch iced coffee brewing capabilities. The programmable Auto On/Off means this new Keurig will be hot and ready to brew when dad wakes up in the morning, while the sleek new design makes it a stylish addition to any space.

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