1. Hot honey for the sweet dad who's always buzzing around looking for new hot sauces to put on his food. amazon.com Promising review: "Mike's Hot Honey may be my favorite new condiment! I love the simplicity of the ingredients, no processed crap here. I've been putting this hot honey on my pizza and also on roasted Brussels sprouts! A little drizzle goes a long way so I think it's a great value for the money. I have a feeling I'll continue to find more foods to put this honey on. Don't overthink; just get it – it's that good." —BalkanistaGet it from Amazon for $11.38. 2. An electric razor that will give your dad a shave almost as close as the time you left to find a gift. amazon.com Promising review: "Works beautifully! These really last FOREVER — my dad had his last one for over 12 years!" —Anita VartanianGet it from Amazon or Walmart for $39.95. 3. An all-white jigsaw puzzle sure to delight and then infuriate your pop. Tell him it just means even more family bonding time. Hours and hours and hours of family bonding time. amazon.com Promising review: "I got this for a jigsaw puzzle crazed friend for her birthday and she loved it! She glued it together afterwards and had me write a note on it (props to her for being creative, cool, and sweet). There's no way I'd ever try to do this myself, but if you, or someone you know, loves a challenge, try doing this puzzle. 5/5 stars." —NateGet it from Amazon for $20.98. 4. A sweet mug you ~donut~ want your dad to ever be without. amazon.com Get it from Amazon for $11.99 (available in two colors). 5. A pair of gem-shaped glasses to remind your dad of all the times you he called you a diamond in the rough. amazon.com Promising review: "I was looking for a gift for my nephew and his wife, one drinks bourbon, the other drinks wine, and this was a great compromise for them both. Very unique gift, they loved it." —DonnaGet them from Amazon for $29.95. 6. Some super strong coffee because dads need a lot of energy! amazon.com This organic and fair trade coffee is considered some of the strongest in the world! Also, it's worth mentioning that it has almost 13,000 five-star reviews on Amazon. Promising review: "I bought this as a gift for my dad who always complains he can't get a strong cup of coffee. He really likes this coffee not only for its strength, but also for its great flavor." —Steve PhillipsGet it from Amazon for $19.99. 7. And a stainless steel travel mug to keep it in. amazon.com Get it from Amazon for $13.49+ (available in four colors). 8. A pair of wireless headphones with a foldable design and memory-protein cushions — Pearl Jam has never sounded better! amazon.com Promising review: "Fantastic headphones! They stay charged FOREVER! I had them fully charged and used them for an hour on average six times a week and did not need to charge them again for a month! The only complaints I have is when doing certain exercises they tend to slide off my head a little so I have to adjust them a few times." —Jessica JohnstonGet it from Amazon for $34.99+ or Walmart for $37.99 (available in sizes seven colors). 9. A pair of fish shoes to wear on his next fishing trip or the next time he wants to embarrass the whole family. amazon.com Promising review: "Go ahead, do yourself a favor and buy a pair of these bad boys. Women will swoon, men will envy you. These things will take your stride to the next level. Once you put them on, there's no looking back. Kiss your old life goodbye and greet the new superior man you've become. You're welcome." —Matthew EiswerthGet them from Amazon for $21.99+ (available in sizes 5.5–11). 10. A gardening kit so your dad can help something else grow, now that you're no longer a little sprout. amazon.com The kit comes with a trowel, shears, snip, apron, globes, kneeling pad, cultivator, rake, weeder, transplanter, spray bottle, and tote bag.Get it from Amazon for $33.99. 11. And a hardcover book filled with photos of less-than-impressive gardens to give your dad some motivation for his own. amazon.com Check out the Shit Gardens Instagram so you know what you're getting into.Get it from Amazon for $17. 12. A pizza stone, paddle, and pizza cutter so your dad can say "it's not delivery, it's dad-giorno!" amazon.com My mom got me this pizza stone and I can confirm it's a much loved and used gift!Get the stone for $22.37, the paddle for $23.95, and the pizza cutter for $10+ (available in three colors). 13. A beer cap map your dad can proudly fill in with all the craft brews he's tried. Or, if he's like my dad, a bunch of Blue Moon caps. amazon.com Get it from Amazon for $31.99+ (available in three finishes). 14. And a beer journal to keep reviews of all the brews he'd tried, since Yelp and Untapped are a little out of his wheelhouse. amazon.com It has 144 pages to log details about each beer tasting, like brewer, price, aroma, mouthfeel, and more. Get it from Amazon or Walmart for $8.76. 15. A Waterpik because if there's one thing all dads love, it's oral hygiene. amazon.com Promising review: "Got it for my dad that has gum and sinus problems related to gum/teeth problems. It helped him a lot and he loves it." —Jarod P.Get it from Amazon for $59.99+ (available in six colors) or Jet for $65.99 in white. 16. A foot massager to soothe your father's aching feet, or as he calls them, his yapping dogs. amazon.com Speaking of dogs, can we get a dog?Promising review: "OMG I just got this and WOW it is wonderful. The heat is like putting on warm socks. The massage is as hard or soft as you select, and the air compression is GREAT. It has an auto turn off. I am now enjoying this WONDERFUL foot massager and it is GREAT!" —BL MeyerGet it from Amazon for $139.99. 17. An official Tasty cookbook so you can stop sharing cooking videos with your dad and start making them together. amazon.com Get it from Amazon for $15.87, Barnes & Noble for $16.66, or a local bookseller through IndieBound here. 18. A subscription to Carnivore Club to save your dad a trip to the local butcher shop. Carnivore Club The service sends handcrafted cured meats from a different local artisan every month. All meats are cured and sealed so they don't need to be refrigerated, meaning you can buy it now and save it for the right moment. It comes in three styles: snack, classic, and wooden crate. I tried out the classic box and I was really impressed with the presentation! I think you could even get away with just gifting a single box because it's packed with lots of fun treats.Get it from Amazon for $39+/month (available in three styles). 19. Escape — a breathtaking photo book for the dad who always has the Expedia app open on his phone. amazon.com Promising review: "With its refined cover, silver gilded pages, a greater number of pages, and more variety, it is Beaches' grown-up sister. Every bit as colorful, it's even more breathtaking. Shots are mostly scenic, with some lifestyle ones interspersed." —walmurGet it from Amazon for $30.53, Barnes & Noble for $33.08, or a local bookseller through IndieBound here. 20. A pack of Star Wars vinyl decals so your dad can have the best car sticker family in the galaxy. amazon.com Promising review: "Love it, love it! Easy to apply, and I have received many compliments. I would highly recommend." —Karen E MoralesGet a set of nine from Amazon for $9.99. 21. A pack of grilling spices to encourage your dad to throw more BBQs (aka free food events). amazon.com Promising review: "I was so impressed when I used these for the first time. Every seasoning has an awesome, unique flavor!! I'm already addicted to grill master and citrus pepper, and I've been using them on EVERYTHING since I first opened them. Super delicious and really versatile — just don't hesitate on this one!" —Carly DGet a set of five from Amazon for $24.99 (available in six themes). 22. A cookbook dedicated to all meals bacon and a cool bacon press. Get ready to ~pig out~. amazon.com, amazon.com Promising review: "We got this book as kind of a joke stocking stuffer type thing for Christmas and let me tell you – we actually use it and it is pretty good! There are a number of recipes in here that you wouldn’t think of if you had a pack of bacon to use and a pantry of odds and ends but let me tell you – they work and they work really well." —Rebecca G.Get the cookbook for $6.59 and bacon press for $11.97 from Amazon. 23. A deck of Mad Men playing cards your dad can enjoying alongside a glass of Scotch. amazon.com Get it from Amazon for $9.95. 24. A set of landscape knives for the dad who's a cut above the rest. amazon.com Promising review: "Not only are these knives beautiful but they're super sharp as well. For the price I wasn't expecting too much other than them looking cute in my kitchen. However, I was pleasantly surprised. The handles have a nice subtle texture that keeps them from being slippery when wet. They come in a very nice box with a magnetic closure. Usually I don't care about packaging but the box and the presentation are so nice I couldn't help but think they would make an excellent gift." —April ArnoldGet a set of six from Amazon for $34.95. 25. A mustachioed holder so your dad won't make a ~spectacle~ about losing his glasses. amazon.com Get it from Amazon for $5.49. 26. A Roku Streaming Stick+ so your dad can watch all of his favorite shows. Plus it's so easy to use, you don't even have to worry about setting it up for him. Roku Not to say that ALL parents need a lot of hand-holding, technology-wise. Just mine. The Roku lets the user stream television shows and movies from big names like Hulu, HBO Go, Netflix, Sling, and more. Simply plug the stick into the USB port on the television to get started. The plus has an advanced wireless receiver and voice remote. Get it from Amazon for $54 or Walmart for $54.99 (there's free pickup at Walmart if you're cutting it ~really~ close). 27. And a pair of Superman socks complete with tiny capes for your number one hero. amazon.com Get them from Amazon for $7.49. Shopping for something specific? Check out BuzzFeed Reviews to find the best things for every budget! Looking for the perfect gift for any occasion? Check out all of BuzzFeed’s gift guides! Allison Krausman / BuzzFeed Reviews have been edited for length and/or clarity.