It’s always difficult to find the right gift ‘For Him’ – I can’t be the only one, right? This challenge becomes even harder when you can’t use the defaults (chocolate, wine, alcohol, cheese… basically any fancy or personalised food) due to illness. This Father’s Day 2019 gift guide is the ultimate list of Father’s Day 2019 gift ideas.
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Personalised Name Water Bottle
Drinking water is so important, anyway, but it’s especially important when you have a chronic illness. With some types of chronic illnesses, it’s vital to drink litres and litres of water, which means always carrying around a water bottle. Why not make it a stylish personalised one?
You can buy this Personalised Name Water Bottle from Not On The Highstreet through this link.
Victrola Suitcase Bluetooth 3-Speed Turntable
I love listening to records. It feels so much more ‘real’ than music played on my phone. Why not get this suitcase turntable as a throwback to the 20th century? Plus, this Victrola Suitcase Bluetooth 3-speed Turntable has Bluetooth for a more modern touch (apparently everything’s better with Bluetooth).
You can buy this turntable *here. This product comes in black, white, Union Jack and turquoise.
Crock-Pot Lift & Serve Digital Slow Cooker
It’s not always mums who do the cooking, you know! I know that my dad loves to cook and if he was chronically ill (thankfully he isn’t), I know that he’d miss it. I was doing some thinking and googling and came across this slow cooker on Amazon. It would be perfect for any dad’s who love cooking but just don’t have the time or spoons.
This Crock-Pot slow cooker can be found *here on Amazon.
Men’s Personalised Woven Bracelet
You may be wondering “Why has she put a bracelet in a post called 5 Father’s Day 2019 Gift Ideas for Chronically Ill Dads?” – I know I would be! But this isn’t just a random bracelet I found on the internet (well, it is, but it does have a purpose!). This bracelet can be personalised to become a fashionable Medical ID bracelet.
This Men’s Personalised Woven Bracelet can be found on Not On The Highstreet through this link.
Bose QuietComfort 35 (Series II) Wireless Headphones
Some people, like me, are hypersensitive to stimuli. I love using these headphones to help dampen down sound to a more bearable level. There’s no way I would be able to even go to certain doctors’ appointments without these headphones!
You can buy these Bose QuietComfort 35 (Series II) Wireless Headphones *here.