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Father’s Day Gift ideas  |  Gift Guide

Men are notoriously hard to buy for don't you think? Unless you have a man in your life who has a hobby that you can buy things for (gardening or fishing) then you are pretty much stuck when it comes to gifts. My Husband and Dad are both so hard to buy for as they never want anything and anything they do want or need they go and get. When it comes to Father’s Day gifts I hate buying things just for the sake of them so this year I’ve searched long and hard to find things that are practical and useful whilst still being nice gifts to give. So here are my suggestions -

1. Gillette Fusion5 ProGlide Chrome Edition Razor

To me, Father's day isn't complete without some kind of Gillette product..be that their shaving foam or some other product and this year they have the perfect razor out just in time for Father's Day. The Fusion5 ProGlide Chrome edition is exclusively available at Boots and would make the perfect gift even of you are on a budget. The razor is a steal at £14.99 but it looks so much more expensive than that. It has Flexball technology which responds and contours to get virtually every hair, has a precision trimmer on the back for edging tougher areas such as nose and sideburns and 1 razor blade refill equals up to one whole months of shaving too which is great value for money. To grab one for your Husband, Dad, Brother or whoever you buy for this Father's Day then head over to the Boots website now!





2. Boss Hugo Boss T-Shirt Multipack from Mainline Menswear. 

Hubby never buys himself clothes and would happily wear something until it literally falls apart so occasions like Birthdays and Father's days are the perfect excuse for me to help update his wardrobe.  We were sent a t-shirt multi pack from Mainline Menswear who do a huge range of designer clothes and gifts for men. The Boss Hugo Boss T-shirts that we were sent are so unbelievably soft and feel like a real luxury gift but at only £35.00 for a pack for three you won't be having to pay a luxury price tag. You can find the full range of products on offer from Mainline here: https://www.mainlinemenswear.co.uk/


3. Jack Jones Jeans from Getthelable.com

Once again, clothes are a always a winner when it comes to Father's Day gifts and when I came across getthelable.com I knew I had to include them in my guide. They offer branding clothing for all the family at a discount price and they very kindly sent me a pair of black Jack Jones Jeans for Hubby. These jeans are the most PERFECT fit and are so soft whilst still looking like a smart pair of jeans. The best part about this thought isn't the look, it is the price. These jeans normally retail at £79.99 but they are on the getthelable.com for a bargain price of £29.99!!!! I would highly recommend checking out their website and treating the man in your life this Father's day without breaking the bank.

4. Superfast Thermapen Thermometer. 

I am yet to find a man who doesn't love a gadget and this little thing is perfect for the gadget loving man in your life. This pen style thermometer is fast becoming a kitchen essential throughout the UK especially as we come into BBQ season. It has a patented 360 degree self-rotating display that can be used in any position and in either hand, is waterproof (meaning you can test the temperature of liquids as well as foods) and a 'Biomaster' additive that reduces bacteria. The best part about it is that it take a temperature reading almost instantly meaning that you can spend less time worrying if your chicken is cooked and more time enjoying a beer!
You can find more information about the Thermapen and grab one for the man in your life here:  https://thermapen.co.uk



5. VonHaus Toolkit & Bag from Domu.co.uk
Men always seem to need tools don't they? Hubby has had so many different tools and tool sets over the years but yet never seems to have the tool he needs when I ask him to do the most basic of household DIY. That is why this 92 piece toolkit and tool bag is perfect for him and suitable for all the house hold repairs and DIY jobs. The best part about this is that it is a steal at £29.99! Under £30 for a full toolkit which means no more excuses as to why the pictures haven't been hung or why the cupboard door handle is still broken. Grab one here now: https://www.domu.co.uk/vonhaus-92-piece-tool-kit-bag


Note: these products have bee sent to me for the purpose of this review but all opinions are honest and my own. 

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