Last-minute Father’s Day finds

If your search for the perfect Father’s Day gift is coming up empty, we’re here to help. Father’s Day is coming up June 16 and we’ve rounded up 10 fun, thoughtful gift ideas to show your father (or father figures) you care! Check out these last-minute Amazon finds that will get here in the nick of time (and are more exciting than socks or a tie):

For the grill master

Digital Meat Thermometer: Grill meat to perfection every time with the help of this heavy-duty meat thermometer. Featuring a large digital display, the instant read thermometer takes both food and liquid temperatures in as quick as three seconds. The thermometer also comes with a handy temperature guide for meats printed right on the front.

Weber Grill Grate Cleaner: With dad doing the cooking and grilling, it might be time for a refresh to those appliances. This cheap grate cleaner can break up tough residue on grills, smokers, ovens, microwaves and more, and is guaranteed to extend their lifetime. The spray removes excess grease and grime and can be paired with a grill brush or an exterior surface cleaner.

For the sports obsessed

Suncast Golf Equipment Organizer: If your dad is a golf geek like this author, he’ll love this sleek equipment organizer. Perfect for the garage, this storage rack holds two golf bags and features three functional storage shelves great for storing balls, tees, gloves, hats, and any other accessories you can think of.

FitBit Inspire 3 Health & Fitness Tracker: Active dads need tech that can keep up with them! The Inspire 3 will keep track workout intensities, stress management, sleep scores, 24/7 heart rate, and more. Stay connected with calls, texts, and smartphone app notifications and receive a 6-month premium membership with personalized insights and advanced analytics.

For the handy dad

Digital Tape Measure: Is your dad big into home-improvement projects? Help him out with this weather-resistant tape measure that does all the work for you. It features multiple memory functions that can measure different areas with ease, and even saves your numbers so you won’t have to stop and write each measurement.

For the outdoorsman

TrailBuddy Trekking Poles: Order these lightweight, collapsible hiking poles in time for your dad’s next adventure. Whether hiking on rugged terrain or snowshoeing through fresh powder, these adjustable poles are strong enough to withstand any weather conditions.

For the avid reader

Rechargable Book Light: If physical books are still your dad’s jam, this LED clip-on light is the perfect accessory to late-night reading. The flexible, free standing book light allows you to focus light exactly where you want it with customizable brightness levels. It can also be used as a bookmark and is portable for reading on an airplane or the backseat of a car when traveling.

Kindle Paperwhite: The Kindle Paperwhite is a great addition if dad’s bookshelf is getting a bit too full (or he likes to travel). Now with a larger display, adjustable warm light, increased battery life, and faster page turns, it’s hard to deny the convenience of the kindle. You can also download the Libby app and connect your Amazon account to your local library to borrow both ebooks and audiobooks for free!

For the music lover

Bose Portable Speaker: Known for its sound quality, this waterproof Bluetooth speaker offers up to 12 hours of battery per charge and is the perfect accessory for a dad on-the-go. Whether on a boat, the golf course, or just hanging in the backyard, pair this state-of-the-art speaker to the Bose Connect App for even more convenience for software updates and customized settings.

Personalized Record Print: This one definitely falls on the cheesier side, but it’s a great gift if your dad is obsessed with a specific song or artist. Customize an actual vinyl record album with names, dates, artists, or song titles. While the vinyl is for display only, you can level up the gift by curating a personalized playlist for your dad complete with songs he loves.

Written by Celia Reid, TDS Communications Intern

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