10 Best Father’s Day Gifts for 2015

  1. Chivas Regal Extra Father’s Day Gift Pack

Created to produce a blended Scotch Whisky of great character, Chivas Regal Extra is one of the richest, most generous offerings the brand has presented, blending specially selected rare whiskies built on a rich foundation of malts that have been matured in a higher proportion of sherry casks, taking the award-winning house style to a whole new level.

If you’re Dad is anything like mine he will often shy away from change or anything too unfamiliar. This is why Chivas Regal Extra is the perfect gift – it’s for the father looking for a little more, but nothing he’s never heard of. Chivas Regal Extra offers the signature richness and warmth of Chivas Regal with additional layers of subtle spice. Fruity and sweet on the nose, its enchanting aroma of ripe pears and melon, creamy toffee and milk chocolate, balanced with cinnamon and a hint of ginger is crafted to truly excite the senses. The resulting taste is an alluring combination of sweet ripe pears in syrup and vanilla caramel, the perfect gift to get you in the good books with Dad for the coming year.


  1. The Majestic Rose By Le Noeud Papillon Of Sydney

Made in Australia by a team of dedicated self-tying bow tie experts, Le Noeud Papillon’s Majestic Rose merges jewelry with timeless fashion by fusing their world-renowned Majestic Black bow tie with rose gold plated hardware. The Majestic Black, famed for its dimples and rich black woven jacquard silk, is the perfect gift for any father who has cause to celebrate with a black tie event. No doubt your old man has a raggedy old bow tie from his 10 year school re-union tucked somewhere in his closet, so take this as a perfect opportunity to bring some life back to his black tie ensemble.

The rose gold plated clips are limited to 244 pieces across a select range of silks from Le Noeud Papillon. The price of the bow tie is $235.00 AUD and comes with a limited edition gold box with electric blue foil. The perfect gift to grab any father’s attention on Father’s day.

Le noeud papilllon_bowTie

  1. Oral-B Pro 5000 Power Toothbrush

One for the more tech enthused Father, this is more than your average toothbrush. The Oral-B Pro 5000 power toothbrush is the latest must-have gadget that boasts a range of features for smarter brushing and a superior clean. We could go on about the oscillating-rotating-pulsating brush head technology which removes up to 100 per cent more plaque versus a regular manual toothbrush, but all you really need to know is that this brush lasts over week without charging and leaves your teeth feeling like you’ve been to the dentist. Bluetooth (no pun intended) connects the device to your phone for routine tracking and brushing updates. 

Oral-B PRO5000_Father's Day Lifestyle_v2 copy

  1. Logitech UE Roll

Keeping with tech theme, the UE Roll is the new indestructible little brother of the UE Boom. It is waterproof (IPX7 certified) and life-resistant, forged from the toughest, most premium materials, so you can dunk it, drop it or toss it anywhere. Most Dads’ are impressed by the simplest of technological advancements, so the UE Roll is set to blow him out of the water with the quality of sound and hardiness of this little gem of a speaker.

UE-Roll_fathers Day

  1. Tickets to Paul Kelly

Give Dad a night he’ll never forget with tickets to Paul Kelly’s The Merri Soul Sessions which is touring nationally this November. The tour is named after Kelly’s most recent record described by Kelly as “a soul revue type record performed live in the studio with a variety of singers and the one band.” The tour is set to satisfy both old and new fans with Kelly performing plenty of classics from his massive back-catalogue alongside tracks from the new album. Catch the performance at a number of unique vineyard locations around NSW, VIC and SA.

paul-Kelly-Fathers Day

  1. Christian Kimber Wallet

Attempting to slim down your Father’s receipt filled wallet is no easy task – Christian Kimber could be the brand to kick off the transition. Christian has just released the update to his 2014 wallet, which now feature a cozy little note section and additional card pockets. Made in Firenze, Italy from the softest pebble-grain leather that you can imagine, this wallet will fit snuggly into the breast pocket of a suit, and is perfect for everyday use.


  1. Tom Ford – Tuscan Leather Cologne

Until you’ve experienced the aroma of a Tom Ford cologne it’s difficult to imagine just how sensational it is. Tuscan Leather is part of the Tom Ford Private Blend range (which consists of over 12 unique scents) – perhaps the most versatile of the range, Tuscan Leather suits everyday use or that special occasion and is the perfect last minute gift idea for Dad.


  1. Micro Drone

For the tech enthused Father looking to get into drones look no further than the Micro Drone. Not only is this thing tiny, it streams HD footage straight to your phone, and is said to be one of the easiest to fly drones in the world with auto-levelling and sensor assisted flying. The modular design of the drone means parts are easily replaceable should Dad inevitably crash it.


  1. Patagonia – Simple fly-fishing kit.

For the angler in the family look no further than this epic fly-fishing kit from Patagonia. This simple kit includes a 10’ 6” tenkara rod; a book on fly-fishing, a box of one dozen soft hackle flies; a unique level floating tenkara line and a 7.5’ 3x tapered leader. Even if your Dad isn’t into fishing this kit will be sure to get him interested.


  1. Chestermox – Valet Tray

Dad’s love to put things in boxes or trays, whether it be coins, business cards, cufflinks, vita-weets, pretty much anything they can get into a tray or box they will. So feed this habit by getting him the best looking tray going around. The Chestermox Valet Tray is crafted from beautiful French printed calf, the edges are fused together into one layer through hand painting, burnishing, and polishing. A stunning addition to the mantle or side table.



Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *