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If your dad has everything he needs, then Father's Day can be tricky when it comes to gift buying. This year, think out of the box, and find him something he never even knew he wanted - we promise he'll love it.
Do you know a dad who isn't a Star Wars fan? Tap into his inner child with this collectible LEGO Star Wars Darth Vader Helmet. He can build it, then keep it on its stand as memorabilia for everyone to admire when they come over. Great fun to make with the whole family, and a lasting memento too.
It's definitely not cheap, but if there's a few of you buying a joint gift, this pizza oven could be a great option. Complete with a wood holder plate, fire tool, flue pipe and chimney top, it heats up within 15 minutes. Made in Italy, it's the perfect addition to the garden as we enter spring - and hopefully it will mean he'll do the cooking too.
If he doesn't want anything material, then an out of this world experience is the way forward. SkyDive Australia is currently offering $40 off all 15,000ft tandem skydiving gift vouchers and bookings. Skydives are available across the country, so even if he can't use it straight away, it could be something to look forward to after lockdown.
If he loves camping and caravanning, this portable gas stove and oven is an ideal gift. It comes with two powerful burners and a powerful oven big enough to cook a full family meal. It's easy to use - just connect it to gas, and start cooking. It's super easy to clean, has removable oven racks and non-stick surfaces. It's also got recessed carry handles so it's easy to move around. If you spend over $500 at Caravan RV Camping for Father's Day, you'll get an extra $30 off.
Think of an average present, add someone's name to it, and suddenly it becomes meaningful. We like this Personalised Vegan Leather Watch case, $56.99, which is great for when he's able to travel again - or just keeping precious items in at home. If you're after something slightly more tongue in cheek, try the personalised wood BBQ condiment caddy, $69.99. It has one large and three small compartments for sauces, and you just know it will make an appearance at every family barbecue for the next 20 years.
A gift that keeps on giving every month is brilliant. WhiskyLoot run a subscription club where you can arrange for Dad to get a premium whisky delivered to him every month so he can build a collection. For $59 a month he'll get 3 x 60mL bottles of different whiskys delivered to his door, plus 10% off any other purchases.
Masterclass is a streaming platform that offers online classes from some of the world's experts in their fields. From a cooking class from Gordon Ramsay, to a chess lesson with Garry Kasparov, there's over 100 topics to choose from. For $23 a month, you can access around 20 video lessons from world experts, anytime, anywhere. A great idea for anyone who's passionate about a certain topic - or interested in learning more about something.
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