Twelve products to make home life a bit more comfortable—and exciting.
Father's Day Gear
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Fiskars Machete Axe ($55)
With the versatility of a machete and the chopping power of an axe, this is the perfect tool for spicing up a little weekend yard work. The rust-resistant steel blade will hold its edge for years, while the soft handle offers a solid grip.
The Balvenie Caribbean Cask Scotch ($67)
Save this ultra-smooth scotch for special occasions. A honeyed character blends with toffee and fruit, and the finish lingers well after the first sip.
Teroforma Whisky Stones ($14)
In order to not water down your Balvenie, use these stones instead of ice cubes. Made from polished soapstone, just stick them in the freezer for a few hours for a chilled evening drink.
In Patagonia Book ($12)
Published in 1977, this is one of the best pieces of travel writing ever produced. It’ll make you and dad want to book a ticket to South America, stat.
Traeger Pro Series 34 Grill ($1,000)
With a massive 884 square inches of grilling space, the Pro Series 34 cooks enough meat to feed a small army. A precision thermostat keeps temperatures within a 15-degree range, while rugged all-terrain wheels let you drag it over just about anything.
Huckberry Moscow Mule Mugs ($40)
Satechi Aluminum Lightning Charging Stand ($25)
Compatible with all iPhones from the 5 forward, this simple, elegant aluminum charging stand is the easiest way to de-clutter a bedside table or kitchen counter.
Fluence Fi70 Three-Way Wireless High Fidelity Music System ($500)
With most speakers these days, you’ve got two options: quality sound or lack of wires. The Fi70 thankfully has both, with wireless, concert-hall-level production from two eight-inch subwoofers, two five-inch drivers, and Neodymium tweeters. Bonus: It comes in three different types of wood.
Withings Aura Connected Alarm Clock ($190)
This smart alarm clock will make dad sleep a bit better. At night, a progressive red light sequence and soft sounds lull him to sleep, while in the morning, blue light gently pulls him awake. It also doubles as a smartphone charger.
Finex 10-Inch Cast Iron Skillet with Lid ($200)
The details make this pan better than the rest. The coiled stainless steel grip prevents singed hands, the octagonal shape makes pouring easy, and the ultra-polished surface ensures that pancakes never stick to the bottom.
Stahl Firepit ($950)
Sure, you can dig a hole in the backyard and line it with rocks. Or you can buy this sleek fire pit. Built from A36 steel, it develops a unique patina over time and slides together more easily than anything from Ikea. At less than three square feet, it’s also easy to move.