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When it comes to getting your dad any sort of gift， your conversation probably goes something like this：
You： "Dad， what do you want for [insert holiday here]？"
Him： "I don't know. You don't have to get me anything."
If you aren't sure what to get Dad for Father's Day this year (coming up soon on Sunday， June 16!)， you've found the right gift guide. We've put together a list of 50 presents all dads will love， from sleek leather goods and high-tech cooking gadgets to an on-demand massage service and a cookbook that'll let him recreate the famous Shake Shack burger at home. We even threw in a "Star Wars" Lego set to delight his inner child for good measure.
As a professional product reviewer and as someone who's given her own dad many of the gifts included in this list over the years， I can safely say that your dad will love them all.
Most of these last-minute Father's Day gifts are available with expedited shipping and should arrive within a few days' time &mdash； just remember that the sooner you order， the better your chances of a timely arrival.
This slim leather wallet from Bellroy is perfect for dads who prefer minimalist accessories. It comes in a bunch of colors， so you'll be able to find the perfect match. Bellroy also sells phone cases， work bags and backpacks， and key covers.
Hydro Flasks are great for any situation， from camping to commuting. This durable， insulated water bottle does a masterful job of making sure drinks keep their temperatures； it's currently available in three limited-edition Hawaiian shave ice-inspired colors.
For the grill master， there's nothing better than a box of his favorite filet mignons， top sirloins， hot dogs， and burgers.
These merino wool sneakers from Allbirds， Silicon Valley's favorite shoe brandcustom christmas gifts， are the perfect mix of sporty and stylish. They come in tons of colors and are even machine washable.
They may just seem like a basic， everyday accessory， but socks are among the most underrated gifts you can give. Dad will love these tie-dye Bombas socks.
Brooklinen's luxe sheets are among our favorites for their affordable price， sophisticated look， and unbelievable comfort. The company's Hardcore Sheet Bundles have everything your dad needs to completely makeover his bed &mdash； and stay nice and cozy all year long. They include a flat sheet， a fitted sheet， a duvet cover， and four pillowcases.
Brooklinen also sells comforters， pillows， candles， and blankets.
The SodaStream Fizzi lets you to turn plain water into sparkling water in seconds. Dad can adjust the fizziness and flavor level to his personal taste.
Sports team merchandise can be extremely expensive when bought from pro-shops， on-campus bookstores， or stadiums. FanChest set out to make gifting team gear a fun and affordable experience， selling boxes full of items for adults or kids starting at $59.
There's an ever-so-slight learning curve in figuring out what Amazon's Alexa can and can't do， but once that's passed， the Echo Spot can forecast the weather， read an audiobook， order a pizza， tell jokes， or any number of things Dad should find charming. Unlike the Echo or Echo Dot， the Echo Spot also has a screen for displaying information.
You can't go wrong with giving a watch as a gift. This Italian leather and gold watch from Filippo Loreti， Kickstarter's most funded watch brand ever， is a timeless option that any dad will love.
If your dad is a big golfer， this performance-tracking system is a fun addition to his golf bag.
If your dad is a "Star Wars" fan and really just a big kid at heart， you won't want to miss out on giving him a 'Star Wars' LEGO. The $800 Millennium Falcon might be the coolest set LEGO has right now， but we like the $60 AT-AP Walker for something more budget-friendly.
Check out even more Lego gifts for dad here.
Grafomap is a website that lets you design map posters of any place in the world. You can make one of your dad's hometown， his college town， his favorite travel destination， or the place where he got engaged or married &mdash； you're only limited by your imagination.
Right now， save 20% with the code " FATHER".
After a long day， all Dad wants is some true relaxation to melt away the tension that's built up. While he can't get a real massage every day， you can give him this at-home shiatsu massager， which can give a quality massage for much less.
Soothe is a relatively new service that can help Dad book a massage to his home in as little as an hour. The company will match his massage request with a vetted， certified massage therapist available in his area at the specified time. They offer Swedish， deep tissue， sports， prenatal， and couples massages.
Soothe is currently available to book in 66 cities in the US and Canada. If you're not sure what amount to choose for a gift card， Soothe says the average cost for a one-time， 60-minute massage is $115， but price varies by location， with cities like New York charging up to $182 for that treatment. Soothe also offers subscriptions if you really want to pamper him for Father's Day this year.
This shave set from Harry's is as sleek as it gets at this price. To go the extra mile， you can get his initials engraved into the razor.
Soap and water can leave his facial hair dry and scratchy. Bearded dads need this soothing beard wash and conditioner set from The Art of Shaving in their lives.
For under $100， the Anova sous vide is a reasonably priced investment that just might change Dad's life for the better. Not only will it boil and poach eggs with ease， it'll also produce tender， perfectly cooked meat every time.
Give the gift of a good night's sleep with this luxurious and supportive pillow from mattress startup Leesa.
Made from MicroModal and elastane， MeUndies claims its underwear is three times softer than cotton. We think its boxers are so comfortable they'll blow Dad's mind.
Give the gift of good style with jeans from Mott & Bow.
If your dad is tired of lugging around heavy hardcovers， the Kindle Paperwhite is an extremely thoughtful and practical gift. The latest version is now waterproof too.
This gift is a two-in-one if your dad is a fan of both board games and "Game of Thrones."
If you're not quite sure what kind of hot sauce your dad likes， or if he isn't committed to this or that variety of the spicy stuff， then a The Good Hurt Fuego Hot Sauces Sampler is a great gift idea. It features sauces made with peppers that come from India， Mexico， and beyond， and it has flavors ranging from Chipotle Pepper to Garlic Herb to Whiskey Habanero.
This classic kitchen accessory is perfect for the coffee-loving dad who wants to bring cafe-quality coffee home. The Bialetti stovetop espresso maker not only makes great coffee， but it looks great on the counter.
If your dad's veins run dark roast， a coffee gift won't go unused. We recommend a subscription to the Atlas Coffee Club， which curates a global selection of single-origin coffee that gets freshly roasted and shipped to your house from $9 per bag.
The sports-loving dad won't want to take this jersey off. At the MLB Shop and NFL Shop， you can order a personalized jersey with your dad's name on the back.
Everyone loves Amazon Prime and the plethora of perks that come with a membership， so why not gift a subscription for an entire year？
For the active dad， you can bring the gym home with this TRX trainer.
This turntable is the sleek home accessory your dad didn't know he needed. He can bring his old records out of storage and enjoy them with this modern record player.
Your dad can organize his records in style with this alphabetical wooden divider set.
Every person's vinyl collection is deeply personal， so instead of trying to guess his taste， let him choose the record himself. Each month， he'll choose and receive one LP， pressed exclusively for Vinyl Me， Please， from a collection of Essentials， Classics， and Rap & Hip Hop.
The three-month gift membership includes one bonus record， while the six- and 12-month ones include two bonus records.
A media streaming device can transform your dad's so-called dumb TV into a smart one that plays shows and movies from Netflix， Hulu， HBO Now， Prime Video， and other streaming services. The best of the bunch is the Roku Ultra with its easy-to-use interface and 4K video streaming.
If your dad is a frequent traveler or gym-goer， he'll love this versatile duffel bag and backpack hybrid.
This unique lighting system not only looks cool， but it can also replicate a natural sunrise and combat the effects of seasonal sunshine deprivation.
Nothing beats going to the movies his kids.
The perfect pair of over-ear headphones are both highly comfortable and sound great. For $69， this pair from Status Audio is among the best you'll find for less than $100.
This multi-functional tool does it all， plus it has a 25-year guarantee.
If your dad has the new iPhone X， he'll definitely need a protective yet stylish case. This brown leather case is also available for the iPhone 7/8 and iPhone 7/8 Plus.
The RAVPower Fast Wireless Charger is specially made to support the new iPhone 8， iPhone 8 Plus， and iPhone X. It also works with any Qi-compatible Android phone. The charger can output 7.5 Watts of power to charge your iPhone 50% faster than older 3.5 to 4 Watt wireless chargers.
If he sits in front of a computer every day， he needs these blue light glasses that increase magnification， reduce glare， and filter out blue light in order to reduce eyestrain. They're also available with prescription lenses&mdash； we tried them and loved them.
Does Dad always need a blanket to fall asleep and struggle to stay comfortable in the warmer months？ He won't have to worry about having to ditch this blanket over the summer. The cooling technology works shockingly well.
This genetic test kit from 23andMe is great for the dad who's interested in learning more about his family history.
If your dad is a fan of Shake Shack， he'll love this cook book that will teach him how to make his very own ShackBurger.
This quadcopter will prove that you're never too old to play with toys.
Homemade pizza is delicious， but it can be tricky to perfect. This ceramic pizza stone will make sure your pizza comes out perfectly cooked every time.
Tech-obsessed dads will love to get their hands on the latest iPad.
This leather iPad portfolio comes in 17 colors， so there's sure to be one that your dad will like. You can even get it monogrammed for an extra personal touch.
The R？lis is Urbanears' first portable Bluetooth speaker and it sounds as good as it looks. It's a little pricey， but the sound quality is impressive enough to warrant spending the $200.
Dads work hard and they often have to wake up early. Just because he has to wake up before the sun rises that doesn't mean he has to awaken to the blaring of an obnoxious alarm clock.
Philips makes a lovely alarm clock that gradually lights up to mimic the sunrise and wake him up naturally. The light alarm clock also displays the time and has customizable sounds so he can wake up feeling rested and ready for the day. This clock is the top pick in our buying guide， so you can be sure he'll love it.
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