Father’s Day is nearly here, and you’re likely still on the hunt for the perfect gift. This year we think you should do it a little differently. Rather than get him another tie or “World’s Best Dad” mug, why not try something you can enjoy together? Not only will you be getting him a great gift, you’re also investing in some quality time.
With a new cordless drill, you and your dad can finally finish that DIY project you started months ago. Or spend the day getting his car in tip-top shape with our favorite car wax. No matter what your dad likes, there’s a gift that’s perfect for him.
We worked with our sister site BestReviews to bring you these favorites. In order to maintain a zero-bias perspective, BestReviews never accepts free or discounted products. They’ve researched all of these products extensively to make sure they are the best your father could hope for. Some they tested in the field to make sure they were of the top-notch quality your dad deserves. So read on to discover an array of crafty gifts you can enjoy together on Father’s Day.
If your dad is always bringing up projects he’d like to work on around the house but just doesn’t have the tools to get the job done, look no further than this cordless drill. BestReviews tested their top cordless drill in all sorts of situations so you can be confident that it’s ready for anything your dad has been hoping to do.
Maybe it’s not the most exciting gift, but there are few better ways to catch up with your pops than putting together a jigsaw puzzle. You’re guaranteed a few hours of time together and the whole family can join in. And when you’re done, you can frame it and give it to dad as a keepsake.
This gift is for the dad who is hip to the latest gadgets and curious about homebrewing beer. Get your dad the Krups SUB plus a subscription to Hospy and you two can enjoy the latest brews all year long (assuming you’re over 21). Every time he pours himself a pint, he’ll think of the best Father’s Day gift he’s ever gotten.
Maybe painting the house on Father’s Day was a little more than you planned on signing up for. But nothing will make him happier than spending time with you tackling a big project. The affordable Wagner Control Spray Max (a BestReviews favorite) has a 20-foot hose to make the job as easy as possible.
We know quite a few dads who have been dreaming of getting into the drone world, and we bet your dad is one of them. Instead of going immediately to drones that cost hundreds of dollars, why not get a starter one that won’t be as much of a loss when your dad inevitably crashes it. BestReviews loves the Holy Stone F181W because of its value and the inclusion of a small camera.
Although hunting season is still a few months away, it’s not too early to spend the day getting your dad’s favorite spots ready with a trail camera. BestReviews took the Browning Strike Force Trail Camera out in the field and loved how easy it was to set up and how responsive it was to movement.