Father’s Day is just days away. (Remember, it’s Sunday, June 20, this year) We’re down to the wire when it comes to buying gifts. But there’s still just enough time to sneak in some great last-minute Father’s Day surprises. Perhaps your dad needs help getting in shape after months spent isolating himself at home. Perhaps his towels, T-shirts or Dopp kit need an upgrade. Perhaps he needs a way to host distant movie nights in his yard. We have compiled a list of the top last-minute Father’s Day gifts that will reach dads everywhere in the world.Check out the Father’s Day Gift Ideas For Separated Parents list below now!
Father’s Day Gift Ideas For Separated Parents
For the tired dad
Whether he’s sore from a new workout routine or hours spent bouncing a new baby to sleep, he’ll get relief from this curvy foam roller that actress Kaley Cuoco loves. Its large divots let her “wiggle around on both my back and legs, and get the tender spots.”
A camping trip for the family with dad
8-Pack of Zulay 32-Inch Extendable Stainless-Steel Roasting Sticks
$14Now 7% Discount on $13
He’ll be the campfire hero roasting up marshmallows and hot dogs with these extra-long sticks that are a favorite of fire-loving dads.
Dad for the mixologist
Cosori Premium Food Dehydrator
$160Now, Save 6% on Orders Above 150Photo by retailer
To take dad’s boozy creations to the next level, cocktail expert Fred Minnick recommends this food dehydrator for creating elegant garnishes. He says that a single dehydrated orange slice can enhance the taste of any spirit, no matter how expensive or simple, however it may be. The drink’s flavor changes as the citrus marinates in it. You can make jerky, dog treats and cured egg yolks.
For the dad who forgets
The Bluetooth sensor is about the same size as a nickel. It will stick to dad’s keys, wallet or any other items he might lose. To find the remote the next time he misplaces it, he can simply pull up the Tile app from his smartphone.
Architect Christopher Choa tells us this book — that’s both a guide to living a truly happy life and a biography of 16th-century essayist and philosopher Michel de Montaigne — would make an excellent 60th birthday gift, but we think dads of any age who like to ponder life’s biggest questions would enjoy it.
Podcasts for dads who listen to podcasts while showering
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The new dad who doesn’t have the time or desire to shower.
Ursa Major Essential Face Wipes$20 for 20
This 20-pack of Ursa Minor face wipes will leave him feeling refreshed and will exfoliate and hydrate his skin.
For the dad who drys in style
Striped Turkish towels are great for drying off at the pool, beach or in the bathtub. They can be stored in a small linen closet or beach bag, and are compact and lightweight.
For the birder dad who yells at squirrels
Bird feeder to stop his worst enemies
For the dad who runs marathons
The dry bag will allow him to store all his wet gear after a race, without letting the rest of his stuff get soggy. Ultramarathoner Michael Wardian says it’s the best gift he’s ever received.
A little motivation for dads who need to get fit.
Obe FitnessStarting at $27
Obe Fitness offers thousands upon thousands of weekly live and on-demand classes in a variety of practices including pilates and cardio boxing. Each class lasts 28 minutes and does not require any equipment other than a mat.
Pickles for the dad who loves to make them
Complete Mason Jar Fermentation System
$80Now 38% Discount on $50
For the dad who cannot find his charger
This wireless charger, which doubles as a hands-free phone stand, is hard to lose (especially if given a dedicated spot on his desk or nightstand) and will keep Dad’s phone from dying.
For dads who need new basics
Comfort Colors Men’s Adult Short Sleeve Pocket T-ShirtStarting at $10
$11Now 9% Off
Fill his dresser drawer with a bunch of pigment dyed pocket tees from Maine-based basics brand Comfort Colors. These T-shirts are loved by cool men like Max Lakin and Mickey Pangilinan.
Embark is a DNA test for dogs that works just like a human test. It helps dog owners to determine if their pups are a Corgipoo or a Border Chow.
Dogs with separation anxiety
Furbo Dog Camera$163
Furbo’s dog monitoring cams allow pet owners to keep an eye on their pets while away. The model can even give treats.
A garden and pet for the busy dad Father’s Day Gift Ideas For Separated Parents
The Roots Water Garden
$100Now 12% Discount on $88
This clever herb garden can also be used as a fish tank. This will be a great project for young children or him.
A gift for the dad who is a sucker for a new shiny toy
DJI Mavic Mini Combo
$499Now 20% Discount on $399
The Mavic Mini is a great place to start if your dad has always wanted to fly a drone. The Mavic Mini has a powerful camera that can capture aerial photos. It is also easy to operate with a smartphone or by hand.
A dad who wishes to improve his photography skills
LinkedIn Learning is a great resource for dads looking to improve their career or learn new skills in their hobby. Courses include negotiation, creative writing and portrait photography. You can access more than 16,000 classes for $30 per month or $30 per month if you sign up upfront.
Dad who needs more sleep Father’s Day Gift Ideas For Separated Parents
According to Sleep Number’s president and CEO, Shelly Ibach, wearing blue-light-blocking glasses while you scroll at night will help you fall asleep faster. These glasses have helped me fall asleep faster since I started using them earlier in the year. They are indispensable. “They really do make a big difference,” Ibach says.
For the dad who travels
The stylish Dopp Kit (that Thomas Pardee, the Trevor Project’s creative Director, describes as “deceptively large”) will hold all of his products and is perfect for traveling, now that it’s back in fashion.
The dad who makes great guacamole Father’s Day Gift Ideas For Separated Parents
ChefSofi Mortar & Pestle Set — Unpolished, Heavy Granite
$45Now 22% Discount on $35
For the home chef who has it all, Alex Stupak recommends a volcanic-rock mortar and-pestle set.Father’s Day Gift Ideas For Separated Parents
The dad who would like to grow his own lettuce Father’s Day Gift Ideas For Separated Parents
Plant Theatre Psychedelic Salad Recipe
$27Now 37% Discount on $17
These “psychedelic” vegetables — golden beets, radishes, and delicious lemon cucumbers — will add even more variety to his garden.
The dad who fries everything
Cuisinart AirFryer, Convection Toaster Oven$190
$200Now 5% Discount
You can enjoy french fries with your son, and you don’t have to worry about your arteries.you can give Father’s Day Gift Ideas For Separated Parents
Dad who isn’t great at touch testing
He’ll never overcook a pork tenderloin (or undercook a steak) again with this digital thermometer that alerts him when the specified cut is done.
Dad who isn’t quite ready to return to the movie theatres
He can also set up his own theater on his roof or in his home. This projector topped our list of the best-reviewed home-theater projectors on Amazon, with fans praising it for how well it works outdoors.
For the (concession-stand-loving) dad who’s not quite ready to go back to movie theaters
A tub of Twizzlers — dancer Stephen “tWitch” Boss’s favorite movie candy –will help him feel like he’s out to the movies even if he’s streaming them from home.you can give Father’s Day Gift Ideas For Separated Parents
For the dad who has outgrown his Moleskine
Rocketbook Wave Smart Notebook
$27Now 30% Discount on $19
A “smart” notebook that lets him digitize his hand-scrawled notes electronically via email or Google Docs. After he has gone through everything, he can microwave it to reset it so he can start over (maximum five times).you can give Father’s Day Gift Ideas For Separated Parents
Father with a Starbucks habit Father’s Day Gift Ideas For Separated Parents
This handsome pour-over kettle will help him stop pining for expensive lattes.you can give Father’s Day Gift Ideas For Separated Parents
Dad with a Starbucks habit, who wants proper cups
These Japanese ceramic cups can be used for tea but also make great water and coffee vessels.you can give Father’s Day Gift Ideas For Separated Parents
For the dad who loves to jam to Mingus wire free
Bose SoundLink Around Ear Wireless Headphones (2)
$229Now 31% Off $159
Bose SoundLink Around Bluetooth headphones have extra-large ear openings and padding that are so comfortable your dad may forget they’re even there.
For the dad who is too cool to wear a Fitbit Father’s Day Gift Ideas For Separated Parents
A sleek activity and sleep-monitoring watch that doesn’t look like an activity and sleep-monitoring watch. You Can give Father’s Day Gift Ideas For Separated Parents
For the dad who cannot sit still
He won’t be ashamed to show it off!
For the father who discreetly drinks liquor Father’s Day Gift Ideas For Separated Parents
Stanley Classic Flask 8-Ounce with Never-Lose CapStarting at $24
$25Now – 4% Discount
This pocket-sized flask has a rugged, outdoory appearance that is slightly more subtle than the shiny stainless-steel model.
Dad who takes handwashing seriously Father’s Day Gift Ideas For Separated Parents
A handwash with cedarwood, geranium, and sweet-almond oils in handsome if not entirely legible — the print’s teeny-tiny! Packaging
For the dad who is meticulous about keeping his face clean
If he prefers to go clean-shaven, he could do a lot worse than this handsome (and affordable) shaving cream.
The dad who wears a five-o’clock shadow around the clock
Braun Series 7 Electric-Foil Shaver for Men
$200Now 7% Discount on $186
For the perfectly manicured beard, your dad will appreciate this high-precision trimmer that’s one of our favorite electric razors. (See some of our other best-beard-trimmer picks, too.)You can give Father’s Day Gift Ideas For Separated Parents
For the dad who is working on his waves
This small sponge brush is a great gift for black men who want their curls to stay tight. Julius Randle of the New York Knicks told us he (and probably most of the other Knicks players) uses this barber sponge to get his hair in order before stepping out on the court.
Dad who can take a break from stress.
A minimal aroma diffuser that came recommended by writer Lindsey Weber for its no-frills design and subtle scent.
You can grab one in any scent you like — or even New York City. You can ship it in two days to your man and give him a phone call. He will be happy to hear your voice. you can give Father’s Day Gift Ideas For Separated Parents
The dad who wants his coffee table to be guest-proofed
These marble and hexagonal wood coasters are lagom.
For the dad who just dusted his Velvet Underground records
The turntable is minimalist and boxy. It also has a preamp. To get his old records spinning, all you need is a pair of speakers.
The dad who wants to hack his game of golf
Jonathan YarwoodStarting at $50
Jonathan Yarwood, a South Carolina-based coach in golf, will help your dad improve the swing through custom coaching videos. A lesson costs $50, while a six-month membership costs $299.
The dad who believes his office chair will kill them
Maybe it’s time he made the move to a standing-desk converter like this one, which people on Amazon rave about for its quality and affordable price point.
The dad who cannot wait to go to the chiropractor
Acupressure Mat and Neck Pillow Set for Home Pain Relief$30
$40Now 25% Off
Acupressure mats can be used to provide instant relief for backache.