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Trying to find the perfect Father's Day gift can be intimidating. After all, how do you put a price tag on Dad's endless love and support?

While you may never be able to truly express how much he means to you, you also don't have to spend hundreds of pounds to make Dad feel special on his big day.

Here at Reviewed, we're experts at finding the best things at the best prices. To help you shop smarter on a budget this year, we've found 10 Father’s Day gifts that you can get for under £30. 

1. The popular Yeti Rambler mug

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Known for their ability to keep drinks cold for hours (and even days) on end, Yeti coolers have developed quite the cult following.

But if you aren't interested in spending hundreds of pounds on Dad's gift, fear not—you can get the equally popular mug version of Yeti's famous coolers with the Rambler. 

Get the Yeti Rambler Mug from Yeti for £24.99

2. A subscription to Kindle Unlimited

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If your dad's idea of relaxing is kicking back with a good book, there's arguably no better (or more affordable) gift than a Kindle Unlimited subscription.

It will give him instant access to thousands of e-books, audiobooks, magazines, and podcasts so he can check off everything on his must-read (or must-listen) list without ever leaving the house.

Bonus: He doesn't even need a Kindle (though we do recommend the Kindle Paperwhite)—he can use the app on almost any device, including his phone or tablet.

Give a Kindle Unlimited subscription for £7.99 per month 

3. The Corkcicle Chillsner to keep his drinks cold

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Unless he’s a real ale enthusiast dad knows that the fastest way to ruin a perfectly good beer is by letting it get warm.

Fortunately, you can prevent him from ever experiencing that again with the Corkcicle Chillsner.

With over 800 positive reviews on Amazon, the unique in-bottle beer chiller is praised for being incredibly effective and easy to use—not only does Dad simply have to put it in the freezer to prep it but he can still drink his beer without removing it.

Get the Chillsner (2-Pack) from Amazon for £29.99 

4. A razor blade subscription

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Never underestimate the value of a good razor—or the convenience of said razor delivered right to your doorstep.

That's what Dad will get with a Gillette Razor Subscription. It will keep him stocked each month with all his shaving essentials from razors to foam.

Give a Gillette Razor subscription

5. A set of meat claws for the BBQ

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Dad feels most at home when he's manning the grill, so help him take the next backyard BBQ to a new level with these caveman-approved meat claws.

They have over 500 rave reviews from people gushing about how efficiently and easily they shred meat (from chicken to pork). 

Get the Mountain Grillers Meat Claws from Amazon for £10.99 

6. A pair of custom cuff links

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If Dad is a big fan of the finer things in life—or if he frequently has to dress up for work/social events—he'll love a set of classy custom cuff links.

While there are many styles and designs to choose from on Etsy, this pair is one of the most popular, with over 30,600 glowing reviews from buyers.

People like that the cuff links are high-quality (they say they look even better in person) and that you can even get your cuff links packaged in a matching personalised wood box.

Get the Men's Square Classic Cuff Links from Etsy for £16.51 

7. This Anker power bank

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No one has the time (or patience) for a dead phone, especially not Dad. Keep his device juiced up on the go with this highly-rated portable charger.

The Anker PowerCore Essential is durable and powerful and—most importantly—can also charge multiple devices at once so Dad can power up his own iPhone and the kids' tablet at the same time.

Get the Anker PowerCore Essential from Amazon for £26.99 

8. The Tile tracker to help him keep track of his things

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Looking for a gift that benefits both Dad and the rest of the family?

Enter the Tile Bluetooth tracker—he'll love that he can always find his keys when he's rushing off to work and you'll love never having to hear him bellow 'has anyone seen my keys?!' again.

The tiny clip-on tracker has nearly 7,000 rave reviews and is an editor's favourite because it has a long battery life, a high-volume ringer, and a long-range that locates items over 60 metres away.

Get the Tile Mate from Amazon for £14.99

9. A personalised case for his AirPods

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Dad is already obsessed with his AirPods so he'll need a way to keep them safe when he's out and about. I.e. a customised leather case for his wireless buds is the perfect Father's Day gift.

This case from Etsy has a five-star rating with customers happy with its quality and quick shipping. 

Get the AirPods Case from Etsy for £12.90

10. This mushroom log kit everyone is buying

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Meet what we're dubbing the most bizarre Father's Day gift of 2020 (but also perhaps the most brilliant).

As one of the year's most talked-about presents, this log allows Dad to grow his own shiitake mushrooms at home.

It's highly-rated by Uncommon Goods shoppers because the mushrooms are 100 per cent organic and they're surprisingly easy to grow—all Dad has to do is wet the log, place it somewhere dark, and wait.

Get the Shiitake Mushroom Log Kit from Uncommon Goods for £24.04 

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