20 Father's Day Gifts For The Dad Who Has Everything, Because There Is A Such Thing As Too Many Ties

It is an age old question that has plagued nearly all of us for years: what do you even give your dad for Father's Day? Finding the perfect Father's Day gifts is no easy feat, and the challenge becomes even more difficult when your dad seems to already have everything he could possibly need. Never fear: we've rounded up some fail-proof Father's Day gifts that your pop is sure not to already own.

From the coolest alcohol-related gifts to some more sentimental picks, these 20 presents are guaranteed to brighten your dad's Father's Day. Steer clear of the tie section, and get your pop something he'll really cherish — that he didn't even realize he needed in the first place.


Pro-Ceramic Grill Wok

Grill Wok, $32, Sur La Table

Your dad thinks he has all the grill tools and kitchen accessories he could need. But his collection just can’t be complete without a wok that cooks veggies on the grill like a dream.

The Motley Adler Candle

Candle, $28, The Motley

This smoky, masculine candle is a nice way to suggest your dad give his mancave a little sprucing up.

Buckler's Daily Defense Kit

Defense Kit, $65, The Motley

Your dad may not be a beauty connoisseur by any means, but a simple, quality kit will make his face feel fresh. Even dads can use skincare products.

Father/Son Shave Set

Shave Set, $30, Huckberry

Give your brother a helpful suggestion for his Father’s Day gift. This father-son shaving set is too cute to pass up.

Beer Soap Six-Pack

Beer Soap Six-Pack, $42, Uncommon Goods

If your mom’s collection of lavish soaps doesn’t suit your father’s fancy, these gastronomic picks may be more up his alley.

Solar Powered Charger And Light

Solar Powered Charger, $79, Uncommon GoodsA functional solar-powered charger appeals to your dad’s love of the outdoors and his tech savviness.

Sphero Robotic Ball

Robotic Ball, $100, Brook Stone

Bring out your pop’s inner kid with an app-operating robot ball that will drive the entire household crazy.

Personalized Spatula

Spatula, $17, Etsy

Send your father a heartwarming message every time he flips a burger.

Monogram Wine Cork Holder

Wine Cork Holder, $25, Etsy

Finally, a way to store those wine corks that actually gives any room a cool, tasteful vibe.

Drinking Horn

Drinking Horn, $25, Nordstrom

Does anyone really need a drinking horn? Absolutely not. Will your dad love it anyway? You bet he will.

Hidden Message Tie Bar

Tie Bar, $25, Brookstone

A simple tie bar makes a sweet gift that complements your dad’s vast tie collection.

Brooklyn Brew Shop Bottle Capper

Bottle Capper & 50 Caps, $25, Sur La Table

Your dad loves the beer-making kit you got him for Christmas, but drinking homemade beer out of mason jars is a little too hipster for his taste — so let him bottle his own home brew with the help of a bottle capper! Pair with a set of his own amber beer bottles.

Homemade Gin Kit

Homemade Gin Kit, $50, The Grommet

If your dad’s beverage brewing techniques are begging for a more impressive challenge, look no further than this homemade gin kit.

Star Trek Bathrobe

Bathrobe, $50, Think Geek

Your childhood home may not be the Starship Enterprise. But that doesn’t mean it can’t feel like it is.

Kelvin .36 All-In-One Tool

All-in-One Tool, $50, T hink Geek

If he’s already got a Swiss Army Knife in his toolbox, your dad may still get some good use out of this all-in-one tool. It functions as a hammer, corkscrew, and even a level.

Be The Coolest Dad On The Block

Be the Coolest Dad On The Block, $6, Amazon

Because even cool dads can use some advice every once in a while.

Mixed Plaid Hankerchiefs

Hankerchiefs, $19, Etsy

Upgrade those old white hankies with some washable flannel hankerchiefs. It’s something your dad will never think to buy himself, but will always use.

Razor Blade Sharpener

Razor Blade Sharpener, $20, T he Grommet

That fancy razor you bought pops last year requires some upkeep. Keep your dad’s face nice and smooth by gifting him a blade sharpener this year.

Sh*t My Dad Says

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A book dads can all relate to… sort of.

Leather Watch Case

Watch Roll, $59, E tsy

Your dad may have accumulated quite the watch collection through years of Father’s Days. Store his timepieces in style with a nice leather case.