Dads can be hard to buy for and their tastes can vary greatly depending on their age, which is why this great gift guide has been put together for you to take your pick of the best pressie ideas for Dads of all ages – whether it’s Father’s Day or his birthday.
The gadget loving early 30s Dad
This Dad is more than likely all about his gadgets, which is why you should buy him something like the…
Perfect for busy working Dads in their 30s, the iKettle 2.0 allows him to start the kettle boiling via his smartphone from the comfort of his bed, so he can enjoy an extra minute or two under the covers.
The adrenaline junkie mid-40s Dad
Dads around this age like to start testing the boundaries, they’ve probably picked up a gym membership and a brand new car they like to drive at the weekend, so indulge their newfound lease for life with this gift idea…
Racing car experience day
If your Dad has always dreamed of skidding round a track in a Ferrari and has a need for speed, then an experience day might be just the ticket.
The ‘in his prime’ 50s Dad
This Dad probably enjoys spending his weekend eating delicious food, trying new restaurants and getting creative with the BBQ grill. With this in mind here’s a ‘grate’ gift idea:
Personalised cheese board
Is your Dad a bit of a cheese connoisseur? Does he skip the usual dessert and ask for some La Luna to go with his cheese biscuits? Then one of these cheeseboards, that you can have engraved and comes with cheese knives, will go down well.
The swinging 60s Dad
Is your Dad still playing the same old CD – or even vinyl – from his glory days? Then this gift should make him happy:
A pint sized record player
Record players are no longer those hefty machines you remember as a child, now they come compact and ready to play your favourite records. Pick him up one of these recommended record players and enjoy listening to some of his favourite classics together on that special occasion.
The taking it slow 70s Dad
Dads start getting sentimental at this age, reminiscing on happy times and fun they had with their family years ago. Grab him something that will keep those precious memories alive such as:
A personalised photo gift
Sites such as PhotoBox allow you to create fun, personalised photo gifts that can feature images he loves. A photo mug with an image of you and your siblings as kids will make him smile while he drinks his morning cup of tea or a pillow with a photo of his grandchildren printed on it is a great gift he can look at fondly and make use of.
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