Father's Day Gift Guide
With Father’s Day fast approaching we thought we would give you some ideas to save that last minute dash to the shops!

Mirror with razor holder              

This gadget it perfect if you’re forever finding the razor everywhere but its place.  It keeps the mirror and razor together, so they are easy to find and can be kept high enough that children can’t get to it. It’s lightweight, easy to hold and anti-fog.

Driving experience

You can’t go wrong with a driving experience if your dad love his cars. They are a great alternative to a physical gift, and not only provide a great experience but also give you the chance to spend some quality time together.

Bluetooth speaker

A Bluetooth speaker is a great gift on its own or it can be an added extra. Not only does it play all of your favourite songs, but it also answers phone calls. A great option if he likes his gadgets.

Something personal

We all love a gift that’s been personalised, so getting him something with his name or even nick name is a great way to show him you care. It doesn’t have to be something expensive, but if it’s personalised it gives that extra effort.

Homemade kits

There have been a lot of kits around recently to make your own beer, make your own cheese and make your own wine. These can be a really unique present and could be the gateway to a whole new hobby!

Gym class taster

If your dad is always saying he wants to get to the gym or wants to get into doing more exrecise, you could get him a voucher to try out some gym classes at your local gym, this could get him on the right track to achieving any goals he had set for 2019!

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