Father's Day Gift Ideas: Presents For The Dad Who Says He Doesn't Want Anything
Finding the perfect gift can be a struggle for those whose husband or dad does not want to receive anything on Father's Day.
However, the gift-worthy items listed below will still surely make them smile.
The What I Love About Dad by Me book is perfect for sentimental fathers who appreciate the little things. The book allows children to express their feelings and thoughts about their dad.
The handy item offers 50 sentence starters for loved ones to fill in and tell dads how much they mean to them. Fathers can browse through the pocket-sized book whenever they feel melancholic or sentimental, or just want a little reminding of how precious they are to their kids.
The book retails for $10 in Uncommon Goods and it has so far received positive reviews from customers. One buyer calls it "creative, thoughtful," and just the perfect gift for dads on Father's Day.
"Some of the sentence starters made for some really funny ones too! Made for some laughs in between the 'hidden" tears!' one reviewer wrote.
The Tie Bar Set
Dads can never say no to a pair of new socks and a new set of ties. The Tie Bar Ultimate Gentleman's Set from Mark & Graham is a perfect gift for fathers who love to dress up for an occasion or for the businessman dads who want to look chic and casual at the same time.
The set comes with three silk ties, two pairs of cotton socks, two linen pocket squares, and one cotton pocket square, all in shades of blue. The product is a steal at $99.
Cool Ice Cubes
The West Elm Stainless Steel Ice Cubes is the perfect pair with whiskey, gin, or any hard drink dads enjoy. The cubes are food-safe and they do not dilute the drink.
The stylish gift comes in four cubes made of stainless steel and is priced at $29.
The Hidden Compartments Stash Belt from This Is Why I'm Broke is perfect for dads who find it cumbersome to carry around a bag with their essentials.
The belt keeps important items, such as money or cigarette sticks, in its secret compartments. It is a discreet way to carry cash, credit cards, and other small valuable items. The item costs $89.99.
The Anker PowerLine+ Lightning Cable is a practical gift for dads on Father's Day. It charges faster than almost any lightning cable. It is also 10 feet long and only costs $18.
It is the ideal portable present for dads who easily ran out of juice on their phones or gadgets.