New Zealand Father’s Day this year (2018) is creeping around fast on September 3rd and we want to help you find something special for the Dad in your life.
Dads can be hard to shop for as they often just go and buy whatever they want whenever they need it. This year we want to give you ideas that are not only masculine, useful and fun but that are also unique, classy and of the highest quality.
Father Day Gift Idea Number 1 – Royal London Pocket Watch
Why choose a pocket watch as a Fathers Day Gift?
The Royal London Pocket Watch adds a touch of sophistication to your Dads wardrobe and he can show off to his friends. Pocket watches are classic, understated and stylish and a great way to spoil him, because let's face it men get so few chances to accessorise. We recommend the Royal London 90002 Pocket Watch in Silver or Gold.
Fathers Day Gift Idea Number 2 – Olympic Work Watch
Why choose a work watch as a Gift for Dad?
Robust and durable and built for every day. Dads are tough on watches, they tend to only buy the things they "need" so why not spoil him with an upgrade. We recommend the Olympic Tough Work Watch 98065s
This Olympic work watch is consistently one of the Watch Doctors best sellers. Its durability is undeniable. Every time your dad looks at his watch he will be reminded of you.
Gift Idea Number 3 – Fischer Weather Station
Why choose a weather instrument for Dad?
Weather instruments are great for any dad, they make a cool talking point for his him, they can help him decide when to go out for a bike ride, fishing, do the gardening, hang out the washing, or wash the car. They are built to last and can make a great heirloom. We recommend the Fischer Skala Silver Weather Instrument
What you need to know before you buy a fathers day gift:
Fathers day is on Sunday the 2nd of September this year, so it would pay to order in advance to guarantee it is there by Sunday. We find most New Zealand orders arrive in 2 - 4 business days, so to get it there by Friday 31 August we recommend you order before Tuesday the 28th.
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