Want to treat your dad this Father's Day without blowing your entire budget? Don't stress—these gift ideas are totally dad-approved and all under $75 (in fact, most are under $50!). Whether he's into sports, music, cooking, or could just use a good self-care moment, the perfect father's day present is right here. Your dad—and your wallet—will thank you.
If your dad is also a watch collector, this personalized wood watch stand is a thoughtful gift. Plus, you can add a clear perspex cover to keep them extra safe, too.
For the dad who's known for—or is in the process of growing out—his beard, this beard maintenance kit is a thoughtful and useful self-care gift.
Speaking of self-care, your dad deserves to relax, too. This massager was a huge hit on Miescisko's Mother's Day gift guides, and with more than 9,000 rave reviews, you know why.
Your dad will be the star at every barbecue and tailgate party with this fully-stocked grilling tool set, which also comes with a free cooler bag.
These upcycled record coasters are a fun idea for any music buff, and when you think about it, a gift for mom too—with coasters this cool, she won't have to remind anyone to use them.
Who needs a whole foosball table when you can have a portable tabletop version to play just about anywhere?
This wooden phone docking station has room for sunglasses, keys, jewelry, his wallet, a pen, and a watch—all his essentials in one easy, convenient place.
If dad's always snapping photos with his iPhone, upgrade his camera's capabilities with this clip-on lens that will help him take wide angle, and macro close-up pics, too.
For the dad who can't get enough spicy food: This DIY hot sauce kit is a fun gift that includes ingredients plus glass containers and labels so he can have fun naming his creations too.
Any dad who appreciates sleek style and practical gifts will love this leather and wood-grain iPhone case that's monogrammed with his initials for an extra-special touch.
Can't decide between a gift that speak's to dad's love of craft beer or cooking up new recipes? Go with both with this beer-inspired cookbook.
No more clanging, jangling keys (and no more scratched phone screens!) thanks to this key holder that nestles them all together and keeps them organized.
He'll love these all-natural craft beer-inspired candles made in reclaimed bottles—perfect for making his den smell like all the best notes in his favorite brew.
Dad will definitely appreciate this Dollar Shave Club gift set, which includes a razor handle, a 4-pack of cartridges, prep scrub, shave butter, aftershave cream, and a $15 gift card to use toward a membership.
Not only are these guitar picks made out of real coins a cool gift for any musician (dad or not!), but they also add a unique sound to the strum.
You may not always be able to go fishing with your dad, but this hand-stamped lure that says "love you dad" will make him think of you every time.
Give him the gift of ultra-cozy comfort with these faux fur-lined suede moccasin slippers that he'll never want to take off.
It's a nightcap and a tour of his favorite neighborhoods, all in one. Choose from more than 30 cities to personalize his perfect glass.
The wannabe-MacGyver in your life needs this pen. It's also a stylus, ruler, bubble level, and screwdriver, so it'll always come in handy no matter what he's working on.
Cook directly on these wood grilling planks to infuse food with earthy notes, like cedar or hickory. Any dad who can't get enough grill time will be obsessed.
For the dad who loves going to the gym, gift this wristband that works as both an activity tracker and sleep monitor.
This slim screwdriver holds six different bits and slips right into his jacket, so he'll always have exactly what he needs on-hand.
He loved vinyl before hipsters made it cool. Except unlike his college days, you can now blast LPs on-the-go with a portable record player.
Make streaming his favorite TV shows that much easier with the Roku Express, which hooks up in just minutes and has an easy to navigate remote—great for even the most tech un-savvy parents.
Beers on the couch or wine at happy hour, a "host key" sounds and looks way cooler than a bottle opener. Oh, and it conveniently sticks to the fridge via a magnetic holder.
Pressed grounds win out over watery cubes every time. Plus, cold brew tastes even better when you don't have to deal with an enormous Starbucks line.
Sneak some extra color into Dad's summer wardrobe with a set of patterned socks, like these optical-inspired ones.
These bookends (handmade from real records) will add a touch of nostalgia to any music lover's office, and they're made from real records.
Each glass in this beer tasting set corresponds to a specific brew, designed to bring out their unique flavors and aromas.
For the dad who's always on the go, try a travel case for all his personal needs. Throw in his favorite essentials (think shaving cream and travel toothpaste) for a personal touch.