Accessorized for success: If you want to spoil Dad but still give him something useful, try The Ella leather backpack from Solomon Chancellor with hand-finished edges and suede lining. ($595; solomonchancellor.com) Ten-four: From easy family communication to playtime, the Talkabout T600 from Motorola quickly connects you to family inside or outside. It’s also waterproof, has a 35-mile range and floats. ($99; Walmart; motorolasolutions.com) Catching ZZZs: Give him back the sleepless nights he spent worrying about you. The 1 Voice Sleep Headphones Eye Mask, made of velvet and memory foam blocks light and has built-in headphones that block ambient noise. ($49; 1voicenyc.com) Shave time. Razors are delivered to his door each month with the Dollar Shave Club. Its Executive Bundle includes Dr. Carver’s shave butter and post-shave cream. ($55, three months; $85, six months; dollarshaveclub.com) Smooth and clear: Show Dad that it’s OK to pamper himself. PC4Men by Paula’s Choice includes a face wash, shave cream, aftershave, skin hydrator and night cream. Each improves the signs of aging. ($105; paulaschoice.com)
Sky’s the limit: Polo Blue mixes marine notes with spicy basil and sage, softened with hints of suede, moss and musk (4.2 ounces, $69.99; fragrance.com). Liquid gold: The gold bar reflects the luxurious scents highlighted in Paco Rabanne 1 Million, which include base notes of leather, amber and Indonesian patchouli (3.4 ounces, $75.99; fragrance.com). Lighten up: Dad will be prepared for a variety of situations with this customizable lighter from Zippo that fits in his pocket (Prices vary by design; zippo.com). Time for Dad: These MVMT watches remind Dad your time together is special. Sporty and classy, the Denali ($160) has black and rose-gold hands and marks. If he’s a minimalist, the Gun Metal/Sandstone Leather ($135) has just a touch of color (Nordstrom; mvmtwatches.com). Fire it up: The easy-to-clean Hamilton Beach Indoor Searing Grill keeps in flavor with its hood ($59.99; Kmart; hamiltonbeach.com).
Hands-free chores: When it’s time to help around the house, give Dad a break with the iRobot Roomba 690. It has an edge-sweeping brush and the ability to preset and schedule, and you can control it with a mobile-device app or Amazon Echo. ($380; Walmart, Home Depot, Target; irobot.com). Back in business: Approved by the Food and Drug Administration to relieve back pain and its causes, the Contour L3, an inversion table from Teeter, tilts to 60 degrees and has features that apply healing pressure to spine muscles and decompress the back, soothing tense muscles. (Starting at $399; teeter.com). Loud and clear: Everyone deserves gifts that make life a little easier. JAM Voice connects to Amazon Echo to get you the news and weather updates. You can also create lists and play music. ($69.99; Best Buy, Bed Bath & Beyond; jamaudio.com)