Father’s Day Gift Guide 2022
Father’s Day is the 19th June this year, -have you already bought your gifts?
For those who haven’t, don’t worry, I’ve done the research for you!
There’s only so many socks and pants the men in my family need, so I’ve searched for something different.
I’ve managed to find a great range of ideas this year, from accessories to gadgets, food and personalised mementos.
Take a look at this guide (and last year’s) for inspiration, and let me know of any other ideas below.
TrendHim have a great range of products for men, including toiletries, clothing, bags and watches.
This year my partner is getting their Brown Leather Hip Pack to carry his diabetic medication easily wherever he goes.
Made from genuine leather, it features a large zippered pouch, snap pocket for your phone and two side zipped slots too.
I’m currently giving away a £60 voucher to use on their website, which is perfect for Father’s Day.
Simply head to this post and enter by 17th June 2022 to be in with a chance.
Personalised Gifts for Father’s Day
Engravers Guild have a lovely range of Father’s Day gifts that can be individual to the man in your life.
Their Personalised Whisky Glasses caught my eye this year, with various styles from traditional glasses to modern, crystal and even rainbow tumblers.
I have their Copper Stag Head Glass which, as you can see from the photo, is a modern take on a classic glass.
Each glass can be personalised with a special message, name or initials for your loved one.
Another great gift for Father’s Day is their Personalised Wallets range.
They include card holders, bi-folds and triple fold wallets.
My son has their Classic Black Leather Wallet which comes with personalised initials in gold, silver or blind embossing.
It has space for four credit cards and has three compartments and RFID protection to keep your personal data safe.
UK specialist sports shop, Skates.co.uk, offer a range of products for men who love being active.
These include bikes, skateboards, ice skates, longboards, roller quad skates, inline skates and scooters.
I love their commuter scooter range the most, as a fun way for my partner to get around town this summer.
My partner has their Frenzy Dual Brake Folding Commuter Scooter and it’s been great for our local beach walks.
This 205mm wheel scooter features a dual hand and foot braking system, warning bell and front cushion suspension.
It comes in champagne or titanium colours, and has a strap so it can be easily carried when not in use.
The scooter folds easily and has a kick stand for when you want to take a break and not fold it away.
I love the adjustable bars with comfort grips, which look great, but also feeling good during use.
Eufy by Anker
The Eufy Robovac 30C* by Anker is a clever device for any man who loves gadgets and hates chores!
This robot cleaner enables you to vacuum your home without getting off your chair.
It can be controlled by the EufyHome app, Alexa or Google Assistant, so you can even programme it while you’re out.
The robot vacuum has 1500Pa suction and comes with boundary strips, a cleaning tool, remote control, charging base and side brushes.
Our household chores take up so much time, so this enables you to get two things done at once.
BoostIQ technology detects when a stronger vacuuming setting’s needed as it moves around the house and adjusts itself to do this.
In terms of sound, it’s similar to a microwave in use, and it can vacuum for up to 100 minutes depending on the setting used.
Once it’s finished, it takes itself back to the charging base too, so you don’t even need to put it away!
If he enjoys creating things with the children in his life, Kikkerland have some brilliant gift options.
The Newton’s Lab Make Your Own Hydraulic Claw encourages you to explore engineering and robotics.
For only £15 the kit comes with die-cut cardboard pieces, PVC tubing syringe and screws.
They also have the Make Your Own Levitation Ball which challenges him to keep the ball afloat.
For retro fans, there’s a Make Your Own Catapult, so he can reminisce about the classic toy we had as kids!
This set enables you to measure how far your projectile lands and plot the variations, providing hours of fun.
Father’s Day Hampers
The Father’s Day Trafalgar Hamper by Regency Hampers is one for that man who likes to feel special.
It arrives in a hand-wrapped package with an elegant golden ribbon and a personal greetings message.
Inside is a willow tray full of delicious food and drink and a Father’s Day balloon.
The items in this hamper can be customised to suit his needs, including condiments, preserves, biscuits, cheeses, sweet and savoury snacks and drink.
Choices of beverage includes wine, real ale, beer, whiskey, gin, cider and more.
Sweet treats within the hamper include Walkers Pure Butter Shortbread Fingers, jars of Cottage Delight’s Strawberry Extra Jam with Marc de Champagne and Three Fruit Marmalade with Scotch Whisky and a box of Thornton’s Classic Chocolates.
Savoury goodies include cheeses, Cottage Delight’s Caramelised Onion Chutney, Walkers Highland Oatcakes and Spicy Peanuts from The Dormen.
Victoria Hayward Hampers
Victoria Hayward offer a range of hampers containing a range of food and drink to meet most needs, including diabetic, vegan and gluten-free diets.
Their Boys Night In box is perfect for Father’s Day, as it includes a tasty range of sweet and savoury snacks.
These include a sharing bag of Ten Acre: The Amazing Adventures of Salt and Vinegar Hand Cooked Crisps, Cambrook Brilliantly Caramelised Mixed Nuts, sweet and salt popcorn from Popcorn Kitchen and Dean’s Extra Mature Cheddar Cheese Bites.
Sweet treats include a bar of GNAW Peanut Butter Milk Chocolate and a bag of Clarence and Bean Milk Chocolate Honeycomb.
There’s even a bottle of the delicious Wold Top Wold Gold and Hello Velo beers to enjoy.
Food and Drink
Two Chimps Coffee
For coffee lovers, how about a limited edition Father’s Day coffee?!
Two Chimps Coffee have created a Father’s Day limited-edition coffee called ‘Dad’s the Word’ which features the rare Geisha bean.
Dads the Word is a full-bodied coffee flavoured by cherry cola and toffee apple.
They also have a subscription service for a range of coffees, which makes a great gift.
You can tailor the subscription in terms of how often you get a box and which flavours.
The company are a climate-positive coffee roastery based in Rutland, using speciality coffees from single farms and estates.
Simply Cake Co
If cake is their thing, gift boxes from Simply Cake Co will be a winner!
They have a Father’s Day Combo Box and Brownie Tray, which contains a variety of yummy treats.
Alternatively, there’s a ‘subscribe and save’ specials which changes monthly.
Ingredients include Belgian chocolate, local free-range eggs and proper butter, and orders are cooked on the day of posting.
Simply Cake Co offer brownies, blondies, rocky roads, Kinder chunks and cookies of various flavours.
I love their cookies, which comes in flavours including Nutella, gooey caramel and fudge, and white chocolate and kinderella.
Put them in the oven for 10 minutes for that melt-in-the-mouth taste.
Vegan, nut free and gluten free options are available, and some products can be personalised.
Father’s Day cards, for many, are the most important part of the gift.
They give us the chance to express our feelings and thanks to that special person, and can be kept for years to come.
Lovepop specialise in creating magical and unique pop-up cards, and have an amazing father’s day range this year.
The range has some really creative designs, including tool boxes, camping scenes and sailboats that are so cleverly constructed.
Each card can be personalised with a message inside, and some allow photos to be added for that extra sentimental touch.
Any Other Father’s Day Ideas?
As always, I love to see what amazing things you find too!
If you have other ideas, please add them in the comments below.
This post is an honest and open review of these products. Some of these products were gifted to test for the purpose of this review, whilst others I purchased myself.
*Contains an Amazon affiliate link, meaning if purchased through this link, I might get a tiny commission.