Father's Day is fast-approaching, mamas! If you still haven't found the perfect gift for that awesome dad in your life, don't worryโ€”there's still time.

We've searched Amazon for the best gifts for dad this year that, thanks to #momsbestfriend Amazon Prime, can all be at your doorstep in two days or less.

From the perfect-fitting button-down shirt to an electric fly swatter, these are the gifts dads really want this year. And they'll arrive in time for the big day!

You'll even have a few days to spare to help your little one make that perfect homemade Father's Day card!

Conwin Noise-Cancelling, Bluetooth Headphones

Conwin Noise-Cancelling, Bluetooth Headphones

Jenga Giant Hardwood Game

Giant Jenga

Yeti Rambler Mug

yeti mug

Elucto Large Electric Bug Zapper

Electric Bug Swatter

Reef Men's Bottle Opener Sandals

Reef Men's Bottle Opener Flip Flops

Puersit Vintage Laptop Backpack

Vintage laptop backpack

Untuckit Carneros Men's Button Down Shirt

Untuckit Shirt

La Roche-Posay Melt-In Sunscreen Milk

La Roche-Posay Melt-In Sunscreen

Victrola Vintage 3-Speed Bluetooth Suitcase Turntable with Speakers

Victrola turntable

OTS NFL Adult Men's NFL Challenger Adjustable Hat

Sports hat

iATO iPhone Wooden Case

Wood Phone Case

Pangea Star Wars Stormtrooper Waffle Maker

Stormtrooper waffle maker

AmazonBasics Felt Laptop Sleeve

Felt laptop sleeve

23andMe DNA Test


Olukai Men's Nalukai Slip-on


Jack Black Shave Essentials Set


Smart Tech Handcrafted Bamboo Wireless Keyboard + Mouse

Bamboo keyboard

KeepCup 8-ounce Brew Glass Reusable Coffee Cup

KeepCub Reusable Coffee cup

Kuhn Rikon Swiss Peeler

Swiss peelers

Tailor Vintage Men's Performance Heather Jersey Polo

Tailor Vintage Polo

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