Is it just me, or are Dads hard to buy for?? I really struggle to find something other than a book that I know he’ll like. And after you get through Christmas’, birthdays and father’s days– that’s a lot of books!
But I have come across a genius website I wanted to share with you where you’ll find loads of brilliant gift ideas for Dad this Father’s day, and you’ll have fun looking too.
It’s a selling platform called Pitchi.com where you’ll discover products from innovative startup businesses who showcase their products via a quick video. It’s like taking a personalised tour of the product, and getting a bit of a behind the scenes look at the creative process of these clever creators. It’s a really cool concept!
With online shopping being the norm these days, Pitchi adds a new personalised dimension to the online shopping experience. Their videos give you a sense of connection with the business owners and you get a real appreciation of their passion and why they have gone out on a limb to create something different and unique.
There are so many ingenious products to check out!
Like the VSSL First Aid Kit ($87) complete with basic first aid products, compass, flashlight that can be set to SOS flashing mode and a whistle for attracting attention. Perfect for the outdoor Dad.
Or The Stain Resistant T-shirt from $25. This game changing t-shirt is made with innovative water replant fabric so your white t-shirt will stay white – FOREVER!
The Cricket Cooler ($89.95) is both fun and practical. Perfect for an outdoor cricket session with the family.
And I’m sure even my hard to buy for Dad would LOVE the Orbitkey – Key Organiser. No more bulky uncomfortable keys in your pocket!
While I’m picking something out for Dad I’ll have a little shop myself! I think the Yoga Mat Snaps, are just the thing I need. Perfect for holding down a towel to your yoga mat during a hot yoga class.
And if you need some more help deciding on something for Dad then visit Pitchi’s blog for their gift guide tips. You’ll be sorted!
This blog post was made in collaboration with Pitchi.com. All opinions are my own.