The Best Father's Day Gifts You Can Get on Amazon
Show the dads in your life the love they deserve with a thoughtful gift, no matter their interests or your budget.
From their dad jokes to their ability to always teach us something new no matter how old we are, dads deserve all the love and appreciation for the important role they play in our lives. When it comes to gifts, Dad might insist that he doesn't want or need anything, but you really can't go wrong with a practical gift, even a small one, as a token of your appreciation. We've rounded up some of our favorite gift ideas, many of which we've actually given as gifts or tried ourselves. Plus, you can get them all on Amazon Prime, so no one will know if you procrastinate until just days before Father's Day, which is Sunday, June 19, by the way. Whether you're shopping for a first-time dad, a pet dad, a grandfather or any other kind of dad, we've got ideas for dads with all kinds of interests, from gardening to grilling. Browse our top Father's Day gift ideas below.
For the Grill Master
Help Dad step up his grill game this year. From grill tools you can customize with his favorite team's name and logo to a meat thermometer to help him get the perfect temperature each time to a handy grill press, he'll love having these practical gifts for his grill station. If he doesn't have his own grill yet, you can't go wrong with a classic charcoal Weber grill, one of the best top-rated and budget-friendly charcoal grills on the market. Plus, it's a gift you can both enjoy.
For the Coffee Lover
An Aeropress coffee maker is a great gift if your dad likes to bring his coffee on camping trips since all you need is boiling water to pour over the coffee grounds and filter to make a delicious cup of coffee. It comes with a portable bag, and it's great to use at home, too, when he just wants to make a single cup and not a whole pot of coffee. A vacuum-insulated mug like this Hydro Flask will save him trips to the microwave to heat up his mug because it will keep his coffee (or tea) piping hot for hours. If you really want to spoil him, maybe if it's his first Father's Day, splurge for this Ember temperature-controlling smart mug, which connects to an app where he can set the heat to his exact ideal temperature and the mug will keep it that way until he drinks every last drop. If he already has a favorite, go-to ceramic mug or the Ember is more than you want to pay, opt for this electric mug warmer with an automatic shut-off that can work with any mug. It'd be a perfect addition to his desk.
For the Fitness Enthusiast
If he's working on his dad bod and never misses a workout, gym accessories like a silicone ring he can wear in place of a wedding ring to avoid injuries, a gym bag for carrying all of his workout clothes and essentials and a 32-ounce vacuum-insulated water bottle to help him hydrate would all make great gifts. This water bottle comes in several colors, and we love the straw lid because it makes it so much easier and faster to take a drink since you don't have to unscrew the lid. Plus, when shut, the bottle won't leak in his gym bag. For making sure he gets in his workouts at home even without a gym, a smart jump rope or adjustable, space-saving dumbbells would both make great gifts. These high-quality cork yoga blocks are great for stretching and doing yoga, and a massager will help his muscles recover.
For the Beer Lover
For dads who often have a beer in hand, a shower beer holder will make his day and make showers even better. This Brumate Hopsulator, a stainless steel beer cooler that's available in several colors and other sizes, will keep his beer cold much better than those old koozies he's had since college or collected from friends' weddings. A growler will come in handy for tailgates, camping trips and bonfires with friends so he can bring his favorite beer and keep it fresh. If he enjoys having a beer while he works on projects in the garage, this fun mini fridge that looks like tool storage would make a fantastic splurge-worthy gift.
For the Dog Dad
An ideal day for a dog dad probably includes playing with his pup, so toys for his dog are really gifts for him, too. This durable Kong flying disc would make a great gift for dads with active dogs who like to fetch, and this bundle of stylish, modern toys from the brand Wild One would make any dog happy. If Dad loves taking his dog for walks, hikes, swims or other outdoor activities, this handy portable dog water bottle is a practical gift he'd get a ton of use out of. It has a bowl at the top of the bottle that fills with water when you squeeze it, and it comes with a keychain for easy transporting. If Dad has to leave his pup at home, maybe if he's started commuting again, a Furbo camera would be the ultimate splurge-worthy gift for a pet dad. It allows you to check in on pets via video from your phone and dispense treats remotely from the app as well.
For the Chef
For the dad that loves to cook (and eat), an indoor tabletop garden is a great gift if he likes to cook with fresh herbs or wants to try his hand at caring for a mini garden, and we love this AeroGarden Harvest garden. If he could use more essential cookware, or maybe he's just getting into cooking, a cast-iron skillet like this Food Network-approved one from Lodge is a staple kitchen item that'll quickly become his favorite if he doesn't already have one. If he likes to add heat to everything, this gourmet hot sauce from the brand Truff would make the perfect gift, especially paired with a punny card. If his favorite night is pizza night, this stylish and top-rated pizza oven recommended by Food Network editors would make a great gift for him (and the whole family, really).
For the Dad Who Loves to Travel
Whether he travels a lot for business or pleasure or both, good travel gear is a must. If he loves to bring coffee on the road or even just on his commute, this insulated Stanley travel mug, available in several colors, is a great budget-friendly gift idea. If he stays in hotels often, this clever packing organizer our staff loves will make his life easier — you pack everything in the divided compartments like packing cubes, and it lays flat in your suitcase. When you arrive at your destination, you simply hang the organizer up with the two attached hooks for easy access. If he loves practical gifts and always needs to be connected, this portable power bank is a must-have travel item. Fully charged, it has enough power to recharge a phone four whole times, and that's not an exaggeration — I've used it myself. If his luggage could use an upgrade, we love this stylish carry-on from Delsey in this handsome chocolate brown color.
For the Outdoorsy Dad
If he's the outdoorsy type, he could probably use a multipurpose pocket knife, and this one from French brand Opinel is stylish, too, with several wood finishes to choose from. More practical gifts you can't go wrong with are wool blend socks like these from Darn Tough, bug repellent for making his outdoor time more pleasant and a durable flashlight. If he doesn't already have one, a double hammock for getting the R&R he deserves or hanging with his kids would make a great gift. A versatile outdoor puffy blanket from Rumpl and a durable, top-rated YETI cooler would also get a lot of use on all of his outdoor adventures.
For the Handyman
Dads who always have a project underway will appreciate these handy tools. A folding hand saw is useful for so many projects, and a magnetic wristband will corral nails and screws so he won't have to chase them around the floor mid-project. If he uses a level often, upgrade his gear with a versatile laser level that allows for hands-free use. If he's a night owl or often works on projects after dark, this hanging LED work light can follow him wherever his next project takes him.
For the Gardener
For dads or grandpas who always seem to be doing something in the yard or garden, these gifts will be right up their alley. For working in the garden, pulling out weeds and other yard maintenance, a durable pair of work gloves is a must. This pair comes with an adjustable wristband, too. If he likes birds to keep him company while he works, this panorama seed feeder would make a great gift. If he uses mulch, which most gardeners do, this electric shredder would be a practical gift that would allow him to make his own mulch by shredding dead leaves and wood. A wheelbarrow comes in handy for so many projects, and this top-rated one from WORX doubles as a dolly cart, perfect for moving days when I know my dad has saved me many times from needing to hire movers.
For the Dapper Dad
For the dad who has great style and likes to look nice, a leather work bag is a great upgrade to the basic black nylon laptop bag he probably has. If he wears dress shirts often, magnetic color stays are a practical gift he'll get a lot of use out of. If he's a sneaker fan, he needs this Sneaker Freaker: The Ultimate Sneaker Book on his shelf. You can't go wrong with a classic leather wallet, stylish sunglasses like these Ray-Bans, a cozy robe or wool slippers, either. I've gifted these wool slippers from Glerups to men in my life, and they wear them every single day. These slippers last for years because they're well-made and mold to your feet perfectly.
For the Dad Who Loves to Entertain
I've never met a person who has a Solo Stove fire pit and doesn't love it, myself included. In case you're not familiar with this popular fire pit brand, Solo Stove makes stainless steel fire pits, as well as camp stoves and accessories, that are nearly smokeless and burn super efficiently thanks to airflow holes and smart design. If Dad loves to entertain and have people over, he'd love a Solo Stove fire pit. Plus, it's something your whole family can enjoy together. He also might enjoy having an outdoor movie projector or a large wood timber yard toy at his next backyard bash. If he doesn't already have a speaker, an outdoor waterproof speaker like this one from Bose is a must-have for backyard parties as well as beach trips and tailgates.