USEFUL GIFT: On The Go Men’s Kit $19.95

The On the Go Men’s Kit is the perfect gift for men on the move!

This handy kit features:
– 1 x Shoe brush
– 1 x Shoe horn
– 1 x Nail clippers
– 1 x Nail file
– 6 x collar stays

On The Go Men’s Kit $19.95

This is the ideal:
– Gift for men who travel regularly
– Useful gift to stash in the car glovebox or desk draw for emergencies
– Gift for the man who has everything – this is a handy gift anyone would appreciate.

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NEW: Survival Kit Torch and Tool Set $49.95 + FREE DELIVERY

You’ll be prepared for anything with this handy pocket survival kit with torch and tool set.
This set includes a multi-tool with: Pliers, Wire cutters, Grip, File, Awl, Saw, Knife, Can opener, Bottle opener, Phillips screwdriver, Flat-head screwdrivers, as well as an ultra-bright flashlight with: 150 lumens LED, Sliding zoom for a wide or focused beam, Multi-function light with high, low and alert strobe.

Survival Kit Torch and Tool Set $49.95 + FREE DELIVERY

This is the perfect:
– Gift for those who like to be prepared
– Gift for the person with everything
– Gift for the office or car glovebox
– Gift for campers
– Unique gift

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GIFT FOR CRICKET FANS: The Game leather Cricket Wallet $139 + FREE DELIVERY

So there are wallets, and then there are really cool wallets. The Game wallet definitely falls into the later category.

This wallet is an essential gift and accessory for any cricket fan. This high quality leather wallet features:
– Premium vegetable tanned Italian leather
– Unique stitching design that resembles a cricket ball
– RFID protection (anti credit card scamming) as standard
– Impeccable packaging – a high quality gift box
– One-of-a-kind – each wallet has its own unique number, a bit like a Test cap!
– Designed in Australia

The Game Cricket Wallet $139

This wallet makes a superb:
– Gift for cricket/sporting enthusiasts
– Gift for the man who has everything
– Gift for a third wedding anniversary (leather)

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GIFT TIP: Add a beautiful card for a personal touch

Everyone likes to feel special, and a thoughtful gift will certainly make your recipient feel good, but the cherry on top is adding a carefully selected card with a personalised message. You don’t have to be too wordy or sentimental with your message, but a few heart-felt words that resonate with the recipient and demonstrate how much they mean to you are always appreciated. Now is the opportunity to say the things you don’t say everyday, but feel in your heart.

Our range of beautiful Australian made cards is constantly increasing, take a look here.

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This stunning whisky decanter is a timeless gift for any whisky enthusiast. The contemporary design is completed with a striking cut-glass stopper. This is a beautiful piece that could be proudly kept on display in any home. Made from glass, this is the perfect:
– Gift for whisky enthusiasts
– Gift for people who love cognac, port, sherry or any other drink you’d keep in a decanter.
– Gift for people who love beautifully designed objects.

Sagaform Whisky Carafe Set $59.95 + FREE DELIVERY

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RE-PURPOSED GIFT IDEA: Wine Bottle Glasses NOW $30 (was $39.95)

Did you know it takes more than 4000 years for a glass bottle to decompose in landfill?

BottleHood have made recycling glass bottles fun, with their quirky range of handmade glasses sourced from local San Diego restaurants, bars and events. Local craftspeople then transform these empty bottles into cool, reusable glasses that are durable (and a fun talking point). A unique gift for the environmentally conscious!

Bottlehood Wine Bottle Glasses NOW $30 (were $39.95)

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10 things to do this Father’s Day

Like many birthdays and other special occasions this year, Father’s Day will probably also be a bit different for many, with various COVID restrictions on visiting people and catching up in large groups. If you are able to catch up with dad this year, here are some things you can do together – just the two of you, or in a small family group. And if restrictions don’t permit catching up, make a note of these activities and take a rain-check for another day. Here’s our top list of things to do with dad – in no particular order:

1. A spot of fishing
Take dad for a trip out on the water (lake, river, or ocean) for a quiet fish and a chance to catch up and “chew the fat”. Pack some snacks and a couple of beers to make a day of it.

Fishing fanatics will love the Fish Ink Pen $19.95

2. A Wine Tasting Evening
If dad loves his wine, then a wine tasting evening with a variety of different wines will be right up his alley. Subtly work out his favourite producers or varieties beforehand to ensure there are some winning wines dad loves. Host with a selection of cheese, crackers and nibbles for the ultimate night in.

For an effortlessly organised evening, this Wine Tasting Evening Kit $84.95 will keep you on track.

3. Treat Dad to a BBQ lunch
Most Dads wouldn’t say no to a piece of char-grilled meat. Weather permitting, Father’s Day is a great opportunity to get outside in the socially-distanced company of family and friends at a local park or in your own backyard.

Get the job done with the right tools, like the Sagaform BBQ 5 in 1 Multitool $58.95

4. Share a glass of fine whisky with Dad
If you bought dad a beautiful bottle of whisky for Father’s Day, or have one he enjoys, why not share it with him on Father’s Day? After a nice dinner – at his place or yours – it’s a great opportunity to catch up. And if you can’t catch up in person, enjoy a virtual one together while you catch up over the phone or online.

Chill your whisky without diluting it with these handy Areaware Drink Rocks $45

5. Share some memories
Framed photos are one of the best gifts for people with everything. Select a photo of you and dad together, or a special family photo and present it in a unique frame.

Ashortwalk’s Recycled Photo Frame $30 comes with a stick of chalk so you can personalise with your own message.

6. Listen to music together
Even if you have to endure his favourite music…it is Father’s Day after all.

The music might not be “stylish” but Kreafunk’s Amove Speaker $150 is!

7. Make a paper airplane with dad
Remember when you used to make paper airplanes with your dad as a kid? Forget the basic paper airplanes everyone can make – challenge yourself (or dad) with something more elaborate. You could even have a “friendly” competition to see who can make theirs the fastest…

Best Ever Paper Airplanes $19.95 has 18 different designs to challenge your paper airplane making skills

8. Help dad in the garden
With spring just around the corner, chances are dad has plenty of gardening jobs in the pipeline. Pruning, mulching, weeding – whatever the job dad’s sure to appreciate an extra pair of hands…and your company:-)

Weeds don’t stand a chance against the Sneeboer 3 Tine Weeding Fork $64.95

9. Take dad on a picnic
There’s nothing like a bush picnic to maintain social distancing. Make a day of it by taking dad for a nice drive and a picnic lunch of gourmet sandwiches, cheese, and other antipasti delights.

Pack your picnic goodies in a stylish picnic bag like the Donkey Bike Picnic Bag $39.95.

10. Celebrate dad’s first Father’s Day
With a bit of help from mum, a thoughtful gift to celebrate dad’s first Father’s Day will melt his heart.

My Prince Did Come vintage dictionary print (unframed) $14.95

However you choose to spend Father’s Day with your dad – in person or virtually, we wish you and your family a very special day.

GIFT TIP: Give a gift that solves a problem

Problems. We all have ’em. But imagine if the next gift you received from someone solved one of these problems – brilliant!

When giving gifts, try to imagine the pain-points in your recipient’s life, such as time, money, or something that needs to be fixed. Think of gifts that will improve their quality of life, such as the services of a handyman for a few hours to fix those niggling jobs, a cleaner, babysitting, or pet-sitting/dog walking.

If they are experiencing pain book them a session with a chiro, physio, or masseuse.

Perhaps they want to learn a new skill, so buy them a book to improve their knowledge, or a voucher for a training course. The options are endless.

The key is TAKING NOTICE of their life and identifying their pain points. Happy gifting!

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