24 May 2017

Have A Quirky Father's Day With Qwerkity


It's not long until Father's Day arrives and I'm a lover of gifting unusual and unique gifts to my dad and husband. Qwerkity is an unusual and practical gifts website that offer a whole range of gifts for people of all ages. 

When they got in touch and asked me to pick out a few items from their Father's Day gifts, I got straight to checking them out to see what I could find for the men in my life. 


Ranging from gifts and accessories to home and travel gadgets, Qwerkity have a unique collection of quirky, high quality gifts including traditional gifts and unusual gifts you won't have seen elsewhere else.

So, first up, I piked the fabulous Man Tin which is a great gift for any male hoarder. A perfect place for hiding all those bits and bats that men just can't seem to get rid of. You know, wires, chargers, nuts and bolts, pens etc. Men now have the space to hide all of these bits away. 


The Phonetic Alphabet Mug was a personal choice for my husband as no matter how many times he has to spell something out over the phone, he can never remember the phonetic alphabet and usually ends up with 's for sh.... erm sheep' so at least now he can drink his brew whilst knowing he can easily find the correct way of spelling something out. 

My dad writes a lot and so when I saw the Note Perfect Pens I though that they would be an ideal gift for him. With both a ballpoint pen and gel pen, they come gift boxed and are a fun little gift for music lovers. 


I wanted to try and find a really quirky gift and seeing the Chilli Hanging Basket just stood out for me. The set includes the wicker hanging basket with compost, seeds and instructions so you can grow your very own fiery chillies. 


Lastly, I found something that not only looked stunning, but is practical too. The Travel Alarm Clock comes in a sweet little case and is silver and looks so sleek. Designed in Cornwall, it has a travel theme and the versatile stand allows you to position the Travel Clock upright or lay it flat.

I think overall I found some sweet, unusual and quirky gifts, all at great prices from the vast range of items available. 

2 comments:

  1. D'you know, I struggle so much for gifts with the men in my family because I sometimes feel like I'm buying them tat they don't particularly need (or want) to accumulate dust. I've started buying more 'experience' type gifts but I still like to give a wee thing to open and I absolutely love the Phonetic Alphabet Mug. Adding that to the list! :)

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  2. Diane O'Connell6 June 2017 at 14:55

    Thank you for this post - the Note Perfect Pens are ideal for my musician boyfriend!

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