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Mumii's Father's Day Gift Guide

He’s a chef, taxi driver, adventurer, superhuman but most of all he is the most loveable daddy who deserves to know how special he is! Yes, you guessed it, here is our Father’s Day gift guide to inspire you with what to get papa bear to say thanks for everything they do.

Father's Day gift guide - TomTom Spark3

The TomTom Spark 3 is a GPS watch for fitness enthusiasts. It offers music and cardio on your wrist as it can play music, monitor your heart rate and the multisport modes can track all your sports including cycling, swimming, gym and running. As you’re on the go it can update you with time, distance, speed, pace, routes and live stats. It really is a must-have for the healthy active dads out there. RRP: Starting from £119.99

Father's Day gift guide - Micro Speed Scooter

Just because you’re a dad doesn’t mean you can’t whizz around on a scooter. Why don’t you treat them to a Micro Scooter? You might have thought they are for children but they have a huge range that goes from 1 year old to adulthood. As they say ‘Go Faster, Go Further’ with the Micro Speed Scooter! This scooter is suitable from 12 years old and has an adjustable handlebar so dad and the kids can both use it! RRP: £99.95

Father's Day gift guide - Lavazza A Modo Mio Jolie

If dad can’t start his dad without a coffee it might be time to treat him to this machine that can make authentic Italian expresso’s without having to visit Costa or Cafe Nero. The Lavazza A Modo Mio Jolie is the best way for dad to start his day, it’s easy to use, compact and a bargain! With a choice of red, light blue, lime green and white there’s a machine to suit the modern, the classic and the quirky kitchen. RRP: £79.99

Father's Day gift guide - ChattyFeet

Socks are such a ‘dad gift’ and they might be essential but that doesn’t mean they have to be boring. ChattyFeet make funky socks, with witty names to make you smile and bring a little fun into your day. They have characters including Brad Feet, Albert Einstoe and Feetasso. We love them! RRP: From £8

Father's Day gift guide - BOGS

A practical present is sometimes the way to go and we can tell you these BOGS Classic Ultra High Boots aren’t made for the faint hearted. If dad spends a lot of time outdoors, in the garden or walking the dogs through the fields, a super strong and durable pair of wellies will definitely come in handy. They have easy-on pull handles and are designed with comfort in mind with the internal midsole and rubber sponge for extra cushioning. It might not look exciting but we bet they are used for years to come. RRP: £95

Father's Day gift guide - Great & Small Clothing

Show PAPA bear how much you and the little ones love him with with these pyjamas from Great & Small Clothing. When it comes to cuteness, these really do win. Plus, can you beat super soft and comfortable pyjamas? Their Bear Hug’s collection has a PAPA, MAMA and CUB set, so the whole family can match! RRP: Starting from £24.99

Father's Day gift guide - Ross and Ross

Dads seem to have everything they need, and want for nothing. Well, if your dad is a bit of a foodie then the Ultimate Bacon Sandwich Kit might just be the one for him. This hamper contains everything he will need to cure his own sweet and smoky bacon and sauces to create the perfect sarny! If this is up your street you can grab it from Ross and Ross on Notonthehighstreet, but don’t forget the pork and bread! RRP: £35

Father's Day gift guide - Commando Dad

Writer Neil Sinclair is an ex-Commando and now dad of three. Commando Dad Mission Adventure offers expert advice and carefully drafted missions to make sure dad gets the most out of your time with the kids. Bursting with ideas for getting active, Neil has armed you with missions including: Make a rope swing, navigate by the stars, build a natural lean-to shelter and learning to tie knots. Commando Dad to the rescue! RRP: £9.99

Father's Day gift guide - Tula Baby

Babywearing isn’t just for mum which is why we love some of the Tula Baby carrier designs. Being able carry baby and leave the pushchair at home means dad can explore with baby in tow, with a carrier that would cramp his style. When it comes to baby these carriers are comfortable and supportive with it’s ergonomic M-position seat. Check out the Navigator, Concentric and Jet prints for something a little more masculine! RRP: £119.90

Father's Day gift guide - Craft Gin and Tonic

Being a busy dad is tricky business and sometimes they just need a tipple (we totally get it) so why not treat them to a Craft Gin and Tonic Cocktail Kit from Craved? It’s beautifully presented in this wooden crate and holds everything they will need to make the perfect drink. The  hamper that includes a hand-distilled rooty, Old Tom Gin, six more tonic waters, and another delicious snack. You'll also get tasting notes for the gins as well as a couple of recipe ideas (straight from the distillers themselves!) RRP: Starting from £49.99

What do you usually treat your dad or partner to on Father's Day?

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