It’s almost Father’s Day and you haven’t yet found that perfect mug that says, “#1 Dad.” Lucky for you, we’ve assembled a list of thoughtful gifts for Dad that aren’t neckties, and you can buy them from Amazon with one-click. With Amazon Prime you get free 2-day shipping, which means your gift will arrive in plenty of time, even if you’ve waited until the last minute.
They say you know a lot about a person from how they carry their cash. There’s a good reason this is the number one best seller on Amazon. For traveling or a night out, a slim wallet is so useful. This fits in his front pocket and has RFID blockers. He can still carry plenty of cash and several cards, no problem.
These glasses are one of the best gifts for dad, since it’s something he probably hasn’t even realized he needed. If he does any work on a computer or screen, these will save him eye strain and help minimize sleep disruptions from blue light.
Although the newest version isn’t being released until June 26th, you’ll give your dad the gift of anticipation that he’ll be the coolest kid on the block with the Echo Show 5. The Echo is a perfect home base for your other Echo devices (he can call anyone in another room), he can listen to podcasts or music, and he can use it to link with a front-door camera or light switches in the house, all operated with voice-activated commands.
If your dad loves to spend his free time taking care of his car, this car vacuum has all the extensions and parts to get into every nook and cranny of his spotless vehicle. This is small enough to store in the car, too.
An engraved flask is a beautiful centerpiece to any liquor collection. Even with the personalization, the flask can be made and delivered quickly (and we won’t tell anyone you didn’t spend weeks planning this gift).
My dad is nerdy enough to love a good Saturday cleaning, but he would be very satisfied letting someone else pressure-wash the deck, driveway or outside of the house while he relaxes. Amazon services are full relief from tedious chores, making it a gift of time for oneself.
Mariko is a high school English teacher who has three children, illegible handwriting and an obsession with mail-order artisan ice cream. She lives in Hawaii, but she makes a point to eat her way through big cities as often as she can.