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Top 10 Father’s Day gift ideas from £10

Top 10 Father’s Day gift ideas from £10
Olivia Adams,-Senior Editor

Make their day special with our edit of the best Father’s Day presents, handpicked by our team

We’ve got some great Father’s Day gift ideas for the father figure in your life. Avoid buying last-minute Father’s Day gifts and be inspired by our stylish (and useful) presents for every dad and every budget. 

Under £20


'Dad' Stoneware Mug, £6

We’re all for thinking outside the box when it comes to Father’s Day gifting, but sometimes, all he needs is a new mug. This simple and sweet design is finished with a glossy green glaze and ‘Dad’ lettering. Let’s face it, useful and practical Father’s Day mugs are here to stay. 


Hotel Chocolat Father's Day H-Box, £15.45

You know those sly presents you buy for someone else knowing you’re going to benefit as well? This is one of them. Hotel Chocolat is an award-winning, British chocolate maker that creates the best Father’s Day chocolate. This box contains 14 of its most iconic luxury chocolates that are almost too good to eat. Almost. 


Clinique Skincare Kit, £17

Clinique has been coveted for years and for good reason: it’s a science-backed brand that creates products packed with the good stuff. A starter kit is brilliant for any man new to the skincare game, and this one contains a mini face wash, shave cream and moisturiser, all designed to hydrate the skin.

Under £50


Butterfly Mini Table Tennis Table, £49.99

Give the gift of quality time. This fun-sized replica table tennis table is easy to set up and equipped with everything you need for a quick rally. Tight on space? A games room isn’t necessary, you can fold it in half and store it discreetly once you’ve let him win the ping-pong battle.


Cuisinart Electric Wine Opener, £49.99

This is the type of bottle opener James Bond would own. If he’s attracted to a good wine, he’ll be thrilled to receive this automatic wine opener. Quick and easy to use, it’s fully rechargeable and comes with its own docking station – so it’s always ready to go when he wants a glass of the good stuff.


Apple AirTag, £35

If your dad wanders around the house looking for his keys, wallet, umbrella, headphones or briefcase, this is the gift for him. Simply attach the water-resistant Apple AirTag to the chosen object, and if (or when) he misplaces it, he can use the Find My app on his iPhone or iPad to locate it. We’re sold. 

Over £50


Scalextric Micro James Bond No Time To Die Car Racing Set, £69.99

For dads who like cars, we’ve got you covered. This James Bond No Time To Die Set from the Micro Scalextric range features two classic vehicles from the film: the Aston Martin DB5 and the Jaguar XF, plus four metres of track. Are you ready to race? 


LSA Whisky Glasses, £65

If you’ve been over to your dad’s house recently and been made to drink out of a chipped, slightly frosted glass that he’s had for way too long, it’s time to give him this duo of whisky tumblers from LSA. Pure class, they are made with proper attention to detail and perfect for anything from water to iced coffee to whisky.


Pinter Fresh Craft Beer Maker, £99.00

For beer-drinking dads, this is a failsafe gift. Perfect for home entertaining – or when he wants a pint but doesn’t want to leave the house, Pinter’s Beer Maker lets him pour 10 pints of award-winning Fresh Beer in the comfort of his own kitchen. Dad gift sorted.


Navy Linen Regular Fit Shirt, £55

The beauty of a linen shirt is that it gives laid-back looks a fashion-forward edge. He’ll feel good and look good in this navy linen shirt. Majorly breathable, wearing linen is not only comfortable, but effortless. This is the perfect piece to give his wardrobe a fresh update, whatever his style.

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