Can’t think of anything to buy your dad this Father’s Day? We’ve discovered five budget-friendly timepieces that will put a smile on his face this year…
Father’s Day lands on Sunday 19th June this year, which means the nation will be hitting the high street desperately hunting for something other than socks, novelty mugs and gardening vouchers.
If you want to treat him to something special, but don’t want to blow your summer holiday budget (sometimes you have to be a little bit selfish!), take a look at our watch picks below. We’ve capped prices at £200, which means you can go solo or pull together your siblings for a fantastic joint gift.
For the Engineer
If he’s the type to be tinkering with household gadgets and effortlessly changing tyres, he will undoubtedly be impressed with this Fossil watch, which features an eye-popping mix of sub-dials and openwork details. If you can’t convince him on the rose tone, this piece is also available in a brown and silver combination.
For the Adventurer
This Pilot watch by Hugo Boss has just the right balance of vintage style, rose gold tone and classic brown and silver shades. It’s also water resistant to 50m, just in case his adventures lead to sailing, scuba diving…or the paddling pool in the back garden.
For the Sportsman
Watch brand Festina is an avid supporter of global cycling, so any dad with a penchant for pedals is automatically going to be intrigued. This stainless steel bracelet watch may be simple, but the splash of blue on the dial is enough to make it eye-catching.
For the Traditionalist
This smart, classic watch is ideal for a dad who’s rushing between the office, the gym, the back garden and the local pub. He’ll love the fact that it’s a stylish and sporty chronograph…and you’ll love the price.
For the Dapper Gent
If your dad has a keen interest in style, from the shine of his shoes to the type of skinny tie he wears, then this is a great watch for his collection. The black dial offers just the right amount of interest, while the steel case is versatile enough to match all his suits.