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14 best Father's Day gift ideas

Fathers Day Gift Ideas
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Finding the right Father's Day gift is no easy task, and time is running out. With Father's Day just a few days away (June 20), now is the time to shop. The good news: with Prime Day deals starting June 21, you may see some great sales ahead of Amazon's big event. 

So we're rounding up the best Father's Day gift ideas all in one spot. Below you'll find Father's Day gifts for all types of budgets — from our favorite streaming devices to a few splurge-worthy gifts.

Just remember to make your purchases as soon as possible, because Father's Day delivery deadlines are coming up fast. 

Best Father's Day gift ideas

Darth Vader Instant Pot: $99 @ Amazon
For the dad who has it all, this Star Wars-inspired 6-quart Instant Pot Duo comes in Darth Vader black with sketches of Lord Vader himself. The 7-in-1 pressure cooker packs all the features you could want including 13 smart programs, stainless steel inner pot, and more. 

Roku Express 4K Plus: $39 @ Amazon
The new Roku Express 4K Plus takes the basic design of the Roku Express, but adds 4K streaming into the mix. It also supports HDR10 and HDR10+ content, which means you’ll get brighter and more realistic images. Dad will also appreciate the device’s 802.11ac dual-band wireless modem, which makes the Express 4K Plus speedy enough to download apps in mere seconds.  

Weber outdoor grills: deals from $62 @ Home Depot
Let dad enjoy some grill time this summer with a brand new Weber grill. For a limited time, Home Depot is slashing the price of select grills from Weber, Royal Gourmet, and Lifesmart. After discount, Weber grills start as low as $62. 

Viski 4-piece barware set: $69 @
Take your dad’s bartending skills from amateur to pro mixologist with Viski’s 4-piece barware set. The set includes a crystal mixing glass, stainless steel strainer, double jigger, and weighted bar spoon. The mixing glass is ideal for making one or two cocktails and the weighted bar spoon is perfect for stirring those summer Negronis. 

Nintendo Switch Lite: $199 @ Amazon
Face it: Dad doesn’t have time for a PS5, nor have you been able to buy one. So your best bet is the Nintendo Switch Lite. The handheld can do everything its big brother can you, except connect to your TV. However, we found its screen to be more immersive and its design sturdier than the regular Switch. Plus, it comes in a cool new blue color (pictured).

90 Point Wine Gift Set: $99 @
Give dad the gift of wine with this 90 Point Wine Gift Set from The set includes 3 bottles of red wine and 3 bottles of white wine. Each wine has been rated 90 points or above by top wine reviewers like Wine Enthusiast and James Suckling. It's the perfect Father's Day gift for the dad who appreciates a nice bottle of vino with his dinner. 

iPhone 12: free with new line + trade-in @ T-Mobile
Treat dad to a brand new iPhone 12 courtesy of T-Mobile. When you open a new line on T-Mobile and trade in an old device, you'll get a free iPhone 12. (You get up to an $830 credit you can apply toward the purchase of any iPhone 12 model). It's cheap way to give dad one of the best phones around. 

Disney Plus gift subscriptions: 1 year for $79 @ Disney
Beyond the popular Star Wars series The Mandalorian, Disney Plus packs a ton of Disney's back catalogue, including Pixar films. You also get The Simpsons (though Disney's taking until 2020 to fix their cropping issues). It's the perfect Father's Day gift for the stay at home dad. 

Sunny Health & Fitness Indoor Bike: $346 @ Amazon
The Sunny Health & Fitness Indoor Bike is our favorite overall workout bike. Easy to assemble, its steel frame holds up to 275 pounds. It features a 49-pound weighted flywheel along with multiple levels of resistance.

Sleepy Jones Purple Pajamas: $90 @ Purple
Give dad the ultimate Father’s Day gift — the perfect night’s sleep. Purple's silky soft Sleepy Jones Pajamas offer the perfect mix of stretch and breathability to ensure the most comfortable night's sleep. Just like Purple's bed sheets, the moisture-wicking cloth in these pjs helps regulate your body temperature, so you'll sleep cool even during warm summer nights. Meanwhile, their elastic waist guarantees you won’t feel guilty if you overindulge on Father's Day dinner.  

Chemex Pour-Over Coffeemaker: $45 @ Amazon
Think of the money your dad will save with this Father's Day gift idea. The Chemex Coffee Maker lets you make your own pour-over coffee using the beans you want from the comforts of your home. The classic series can hold up to 10 cups (50 ounces) and includes a polished wood collar with leather tie.

Fitbit Charge 4: $129 @ Amazon
For dads who like to stay fit, the Editor’s Choice Fitbit Charge 4 is the best fitness tracker you can buy. It features built-in GPS, a heart rate monitor, and a new SpO2 pulse oximeter sensor that can track your sleep patterns. We found its GPS and heart rate tracking to be consistent and reliable, and we especially like that you can use it for running, cycling or swimming. 

Butcher Box subscription: from $129/month @ Butcher Box
From ground beef to wild caught salmon steaks, Butcher Box delivers 100% organic meats. The service is completely customizable so you can send dad deliveries on special occasions or on specific holidays. Choose between mixed boxes, beef/chicken boxes, beef/pork boxes, or all beef boxes. 

Zeno Gym Pro: $799 @ Zeno
For dads who like to stay fit, the Zeno Gym Pro is an all-in-one resistance incline bench that lets you perform dozens of exercises. It features five levels of incline and because it relies on resistance bands, it eliminates the need for dumbbells. Lightweight and portable, the Zeno Gym Pro can be used to perform incline bench presses, seated rows, core exercises, leg extensions and more. 

Shop more Father's Day gift ideas

Looking for more Father's Day gift ideas? There are plenty of sales you can take advantage of on everything from BBQ accessories to summer apparel. Here are some of today's best deals. 

As deals editor at Tom’s Guide, Louis is constantly looking for ways to avoid paying full price for the latest gadgets. With over 10 years of deals-hunting experience, Louis price checks against multiple retailers and searches high and low for the best deals to bring readers. A born-and-bred New Yorker, Louis is also an avid swimmer and marathoner. His work has appeared on Gizmodo, CNET, and Time Out New York.