Father's Day Gift Guide

Father's Day is coming up, and shopping for Dad can be difficult, especially when he already seems to have "everything." Don't fret: here are some fresh ideas from Uncommon Goods on what to buy beloved dads for Father's Day.

MAKE YOUR OWN HOT SAUCE KIT
Does Dad like spicy foods? He will get a kick out of this sizzling DIY hot sauce kit! It provides all the ingredients he'll need to whip up some special sauce, like cayenne pepper, bottles, and a small funnel. Whether he's a novice or a seasoned chef, making scorching sauce to add to tacos or eggs is a fun project for the whole family.


INFANT CARE TROUBLESHOOTING FLOWCHART
If this is your beloved's first Father's Day, he's probably still trying to get the hang of this being-a-father-to-a-cute-but-crying-baby thing. Help him out with this clever, tongue-in-cheek magnetic flowchart. The step-by-step instructions come in handy when Dad feels clueless or just needs a laugh.

BUETOOTH TRACKING TAG
Let's be honest: some men are terrible at locating their keys, iPhones, remote controls, wallets, etc. If that sounds like your father or partner, he needs a nifty Bluetooth Tracking Tag that he can attach to frequently lost object for easy finding. This is actually a gift for you, too, if you're the designated receiver of those frantic "Honey, where are my keys?" comments 10 seconds before you've got to leave. Just note that these tags are only for iPhone peeps (sorry, Android users).

LOGIC PUZZLE KIT
When you're surrounded by stuffed animals, diapers, and nursery rhymes, intellectual stimulation may be just what Dad needs. A group of fun, challenging brain-teaser puzzles give him a chance to work with his hands and hone those logic skills.
A REALLY COOL MUG
Yes, we know that coffee mugs are probably one of the most over-given Father's Day gifts (rivaled only by neckties). But, there is a reason for that: they are easy and universally useful regardless of age. If you're going to get a mug, we suggest that you get a really cool one, like this awesome sports-themed cup that encourages playing with your food. The best part? These oversize mugs work for ice cream, soup, and drinks.

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