The Father's Day Gift Guide

Don’t give dad another boring tie this Father’s Day - we have compiled a list of gadgets, decorative items, books and braai tools for your dad to indulge in and around the house.

Make sure your dad is the king of the braai with these awesome gadgets!

1 - Square Grill Wok from Woolworths: Now Dad can grill vegetables and other morsels without anything dropping through the grill. (R 275.00)
2 - Alva Braai Dragon Turbo Fan: Make sure there isn't a fire dad can't get started with this braai fan! (R 569.00 from
3 - Carving Knife & Fork: Once the meat has been grilled to perfection, use this beautiful carving knife and fork set from Woolworths to cut into the succulent roast (R 350.00 )
4 - Braai Mitt: Made from genuine leather Dad will not only be able to handle hot stuff safely, he will look as cool as a cucumber while doing it. Find it at Woolworths. (R 225.00)
5 - Global Knives T-Line Block: Cool storage for all the knives in your dad's braaing tool kit. (R 779.00 from
6 - Mellerware Biltong King: The only thing that comes a close second to a delicious steak is biltong. Now Dad can make his own! (R499.99 from Mr Price Home)
7 - Braai Grid & Plank Saver: From Woolworth's website: "This stainless steel grid is ideal for braais or grilling and the plank imparts a deliciously smokey flavour to meat and vegetables." Now doesn't that sound delicious? (R 399.00)

1 - Dremel 7700-30 Cordless 7.2V Rotary Tool: This tool is perfect for the Dad who likes small craft projects and light DIY tasks. Use it for carving, grinding, cutting, sanding and more in all kind of materials.
2 - Stanley Plier Mini Multi Tool: Make Dad feel like McGuyver with this handy multi-tool
3 - Bosch V-Line Drill Driver Set - 41 Piece: Equipped to handle virtually any project. It is a compact drill bit and screwdriver set for drilling and fixing in wood, masonry and metal. 
4 - Bosch Hot Air Gun: Universal tool with 1600 watts of power for stripping paint and varnish, soldering and fixing with various materials.
5 - Dremel Versaflame: The dremel versaflame is the only stationary burner that safely supports open flame use and comes with a catalyst and soldering head, making it the most versatile stationary burner in the market today, especially for DIY applications. The dremel versaflame is powered by liquid butane gas for quick heat-up and fast recharge. 
6 - Fragram 3 Function Tile Cutter: Make Dad the ultimate DIY-man with this sturdy tile-cutter! Mom will love it when they redo the bathroom
7 - Puma 3/16 Riveter Hydraulic Kit: This sturdy versatile Hydraulic Riveter Gun is ideal for a variety of applications

1 - Brew it yourself: With drinks like Viking Ale and Raspberry & Thyme Whisky, Dad is going to have a ball learning how to home brew the 70-recipes in the book! (Available as an eBook from
2 - Cobra CPP100 Solar Power Bank: Make sure he never loses power with this cool, portable powerbank available from
3 - Travel Mug: Don't let him leave home without his morning coffee with this handy porcelain travel mug available from Mr Price Home
4 - The Everything Fix-It Book: We know dad can fix everything, but just in case he doesn't this book comes in quite handy. Available from as an eBook.
5 - USB Robot Hub: Add fun to your Dad's workspace with this USB hub with 4 portals, find it at Mr Price Home
6 - Graef Coffee Grinder: Spoil Dad with his own coffee grinder (it goes perfectly with the travel mug!) Available from
7 - The Rules: There are only two rules in the man cave - make sure everyone understands them with this decorative metal sign from Mr Price Home.


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