16 Last-Minute Father’s Day Gifts You Can Have Delivered Right to His Door
Any dad would be thrilled to find one of these thoughtful presents on his doorstep. We asked a dad to round up the best last-minute Father's Day gifts. He found ideas for foodies, history buffs, outdoorsmen and more.
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Book of Puzzles
Need a last-minute Father’s Day gift for the dad who loves crosswords and escape rooms? These mind-bending books are full of brainteasers, ciphers, puzzles and secret codes that will keep him busy for weeks.
Leather Toiletry Bag
This affordable and stylish leather toiletry bag has a sturdy canvas interior to keep dad’s toiletries in one place. The bag is available in a wide variety of colors, including light brown, dark brown and black leather, and is small enough to pack easily in a suitcase.
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If your dad loves spending time out in the backyard, he’ll love this top-rated can cooler. It fits specialty 16-ounce craft beer cans, has a freezable adapter for 12-ounce cans and can also be used as a stay-cool pint glass. Its patented design keeps canned beverages 20 times colder than standard coolers, so dad will never have to worry about warm beer or soda again. Pair this gift with the best craft beer from your state.
Any dad that’s active, athletic or on his feet all day will appreciate this foot massager. It uses heat, compression and shiatsu massage to relax tense muscles and soothe aches and pains. Pick up these other Father’s Day gifts on Amazon Prime.
Outdoor Kubb Game Set
Looking for more outdoor games to play this summer? Kubb is a lawn game that has been played in Sweden since the days of the Vikings. With play that has been described as a combination of horseshoes and bowling, this game requires strategy and skill. It’s one of our favorite lawn and garden Father’s Day gifts!
Pour-Over Coffee Maker
Remind dad that he’s one half of a perfect set. These trendy snapback hats come in matching pairs—one big enough for dad, one small enough for his kiddo. What an adorable last-minute Father’s Day gift!
Smartphone Controlled Paper Airplanes
Turn any paper airplane into a high-flying machine with this award-winning paper airplane conversion kit. This kit uses Bluetooth to connect to dad’s smartphone, letting him pilot paper airplanes within a 55 meter range.
Dads deserve pampering as much as anyone else. These extra-large sheet masks are sized for men’s faces, and will nourish dad’s skin with vitamin C, vitamin E, hyaluronic acid and hydrolyzed collagen.
Create Your Own Reel Viewer
This nostalgia-packed gift lets your dad turn his favorite photos into a custom reel, so he can relive his best memories the same way he did when he was a kid.
Wine Chilling Coasters with Glasses
These freezable coasters are made from reclaimed granite countertops, which lock in cold air and keep dad’s glass of wine well-chilled between sips. For a present from the whole family, pair the coasters with a bottle of white wine or another wine gift.
Help your dad take his grilling game to the next level with this lidded smoker box that’s designed to fit inside most standard barbecue grills, and be filled with wood chips or herbs. He can use this kit to add smoky flavor to meat, seafood or vegetables. Discover more gifts for the griller.
2-Burner Propane Stove
Make camping easier for your outdoor-loving dad with this Coleman stove. It has two burners, which means he can heat water for coffee and make breakfast at the same time. Plus, it’s portable and easy to pack up.
Teas of the Boston Tea Party
What history-loving father wouldn’t love to drink the same teas that were thrown into the harbor during the Boston Tea Party? This gift set includes information about tea’s role in early American history, and features five historic varieties of tea: Colonial Bohea, Congou, Young Hyson, Lapsang Souchong and Singlo green tea.
Moving Locomotive Kit
Dad can build a working model of a 19th century locomotive with this intricate DIY kit. The wooden pieces can be assembled without nails or glue, and instead of coal-fired steam, the model gets its power from a rubber band.
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