While we’re sure dad would love the newest gadget or some piece of pricey tech this Father’s Day, you don’t need to drop a fortune to make your old man happy. Something small and a bit of quality time is enough to show dad you care. Pick him up something from this list, pour a few fingers of the good stuff, and shoot the shit for the afternoon. Trust us, that will mean more to him than a new iPhone.

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Walt Whitman’s Guide to Manly Health and Training

If your dad is a fan of Leaves of Grass, give him some Whitman he hasn’t read. Walt Whitman’s Guide to Manly Health and Training is loaded with quips and advice from the legendary poet and writer. Part self-help book and part grooming guide, the book tackles things like diet and exercise, drinking, sports, and plenty more compelling pursuits. It’s the book pops can turn to for a little inspiration and a quick laugh, over and over again.

$11
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Kentucky Bourbon Grilling Honey

We don’t think it’s a coincidence that Father’s Day falls in line with grilling season. Instead of gifting dad another unnecessary grill gadget, give him a bottle of Kentucky Bourbon Grilling Honey, a condiment he’ll turn to every time he lights some briquettes. Kentucky Bourbon Grilling Honey offers a rich, smoky, and sweet flavor that can be used while grilling or finishing a dish. Whether your old man is firing up some pork chops, chicken breasts, or even delicate fish, this is the bottle he’ll reach for to transform it into something exceptional.

$14
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Dollar Shave Club $5 Starter Box

For just a few bucks, you can give dad a month’s worth of fresh shaves. With Dollar Shave Club’s $5 Starter Box, you’ll gift dad some Executive Blades, an Executive Handle, and Shave Butter to keep his mug smooth. After the starter kit, dad will receive fresh razor cartridges for just $9 a month, so he doesn’t have to push the life of a blade and shave with something that basically tugs out hairs. His face will thank you. So will your mom.

$5
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Fuego Box All-Star Crate

For the dad who likes to kick his dishes up a notch, give him the All-Star Crate from Fuego Box. The box includes five of the best hot sauces Fuego Box offers, all packaged in a crate for easy gifting. The sauces range from mild to extra hot, so pops can make his eggs, noodles, and other meals as fiery as he wants. And as with all the small batch hot sauces Fuego Box offers, these aren’t just about heat; these are hot sauces with incredible flavor to elevate dishes. This Father’s Day, ignite dad’s taste buds.

$49
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Vintage Plaids Playing Cards

Whether your old man enjoys poker nights with friends or some family card games, a deck of cards is something he’ll want to keep on hand. Better than a standard Bicycle deck is this set from Dan and Dave. Vintage Plaids is a seriously sexy deck, with subtle nods to the great outdoors. There’s an old outdoors catalog vibe going on with the cards that gets paired with a hunter green storage box. Maybe play a few hands with your father after he opens them up for some bonus points.

$10
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Kootek Tactical Flashlight

Space is at a premium in dad’s toolbox. Any time a tool can pull double duty, well, that’s a welcome addition. This flashlight from Kootek offers three brightness modes and a 3.5” utility knife on the opposite end. The knife is robust enough to handle tree limbs, preparing food, and other outdoor tasks. And since that knife happens to be on the undercarriage of a powerful flashlight, dad can ditch two tools from his overflowing toolbox.

$19
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Radius Garden Root Slayer Shovel

We can honestly say we’ve never been excited by a shovel. That is, until now. How did Radius Garden get us excited over a piece of lawn equipment? Well, for starters, they threw the word “slayer” in the title, which immediately makes this shovel sound cooler than any other shovel around. Then they built it to live up to that name. The Root Slayer Shovel boasts an inverted “V” blade and serrated sides to eat the earth for breakfast. Does dad work outside every Sunday with a beer in hand? Put this shovel in the other one.

$49
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Butterfield Machine Copper Worry Beads

We’d urge you not to give dad a fidget spinner this Father’s Day. Still, those little devices are addictive and offer something to play with when you’re trying to concentrate. For a more adult version of something to fidget with, consider these worry beads, which are machined from a .500” solid copper bar. Dad can keep them in his pocket and twirl them whenever he’s trying to think of his next million dollar idea.

$24
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Campfire Candle

There’s a good chance you took your first camping trip with your old man. Maybe it was in Scouts Maybe he was just chaperoning a group of your friends. Either way, give him an olfactory reminder of spending a night under the stars with this Campfire Candle. Made in the USA out of soy wax, each will deliver the smoky goodness of a campfire. Couple it with another campsite retreat and dad will give you a warm, hearty pat on the back.

$25
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Wave Business Card Holder

Despite smartphone advances that make swapping info easy, the business card remains the method of choice for exchanging contacts with potential clients and professionals. Give dad a stylish means to display his with this Wave Business Card Holder from Brooklyn-based Souda. Inspired by bending and folding techniques found in architecture, the Wave Business Card Holder is crafted from a single piece of metal.

$18
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Pitmaster: Recipes, Techniques, and Barbecue Wisdom

Look at the cover of this book and tell us dad wouldn’t like to whip up meat like that. Pitmaster: Recipes, Techniques, and Barbecue Wisdom is ready to revamp dad’s BBQ game. Included are recipes for classics like Memphis-style ribs, tips on using a smoker, and regional sides for a location-specific outdoor feast. And seeing as how you might get to eat some of the meat coming out of that smoker or off that grill, this is a gift that might just benefit you.

$14
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S’well Teakwood Water Bottle

There’s a reason you see S’well water bottles everywhere these days. Designed to keep beverages cold for 24 hours and hot beverages hot for 12, the bottles work equally well for ice water and piping hot coffee. What really sets them apart, however, are the stylish designs. For pops, how about one clad in wood? This teakwood version won’t look like any other water bottle at his office. It’s vacuum sealed to preserve carbonated beverages and it’s non-toxic, non-leaching, and BPA free.

$35
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Topo Designs x Opinel N° 08 Knife Package

We love it when two of our favorite brands come together. The result often blends what we love about each into one awesome product. Case in point, this new knife package from Topo Designs and Opinel. Give it to dad and he’ll get a classic Opinel N° 08 with some Topo flavored accents, including a patterned paracord lanyard and a carrying case. These are limited, however, so snag dad’s soon.

$49