Father’s Day 2020: Gift guide
With Father’s Day fast-approaching, we have selected our favourite gifts to surprise every type of dad on his special day.Alcoholic cocktail gummies, £15, Smith & Sinclair
No need to give him a boring bottle of whiskey; instead, treat Dad to Smith & Sinclair’s alcoholic gummies. Bonus: the box will fit through a letterbox!
If your other half is the allocated household chef, he will love Jean Patrique’s Whatever pan. It will sear, sizzle and grill all of his favourite foods to perfection.
Make sure he’s never late with this stunning timepiece by Q Timex. Crafted from two-tone stainless steel with a woven bracelet and electric blue dial, it’s an exquisite remake of the 1979 original.
The nation’s most-loved Heinz varieties are now available to personalise, so you can gift Dad his very own ketchup, mayonnaise or baked beans.Instant camera, £160.99, Polaroid
The Polaroid Now is a must for any photography enthusiast. Not only will the point and shoot design capture everyday moments forever, but it’s also available in a sea of colours, ensuring there’s something to suit every style preference.
If you’re hoping to surprise your music-loving Dad, look no further than Casio’s Privia range. These digital pianos boast a powerful sound engine, fully weighted keys and Bluetooth capability.
Make him laugh with this tongue-in-cheek gift from Poo-Pourri in the delightful scent of eucalyptus and spearmint.
Surrey-based Watson & Wolfe specialises in handcrafted eco vegan leather goods. This deluxe wallet and belt gift set is certain to be a hit, especially when personalised with the recipient’s initials.
Fortnum & Mason’s luxurious Dad’s Delights hamper is packed with afternoon tea, coffee and delicious sweet treats, as well as the company’s signature bone china mug.
Start his day with the perfect cup of frothy coffee, courtesy of the Lavazza Deséa. This swanky machine has an intuitive touch interface, making it a pleasure to use.
This trio of gin is named after three iconic ships – Dreadnought, Elizabeth and Mary Rose – making it well-suited to any man with a taste for gin and an interest in things maritime.