Father’s Day Gift Ideas

For keen builders…


Ugears mechanical models – from £6.99
These high-quality model kits are made in Ukraine and offer varying levels of complexity. All the models do have one  thing in common – no glue is required for assembly! The laser-cut pieces slot neatly together to produce working, moving models.

See the full range of Ugears models here.





For those who like to puzzle things through…



An old-fashioned ball maze with a mean twist – you can’t see where the ball is! Using your senses to judge where the ball is, navigate from one side of the maze to the other following only the map printed on the front of the cube. Has Dad got the patience required to complete this tricky puzzle?

Inside3 Mean Novice Puzzle – £9.99



Meffert’s Megaminx Puzzle £17.99

Was Dad well into his Rubik’s cube back in the day? Take the challenge to the next level with Meffert’s 12-sided Megaminx puzzle. Each of the 12 faces on this dodecahedron-shaped puzzle can spin just like the a classic cube.





The perfect gift for someone who’s into solving brain teasers! SmartGames IQ-Puzzler Pro features 120 challenges, both 2D and 3D, in three playing modes. Comes in a compact, portable travel case.

Smart Games IQ Puzzler Pro – £9.99


For the keen cyclists (and board games enthusiasts!)…


Flamme Rouge £35.99

Anyone can race, few become champions! The excitement in the air is electric as the leaders round the last corner and head for the finish line. Each team has used cunning and skill to position their sprinter for this moment, but only one has done enough to pull off the win. Will your team lead from the front and risk exhaustion? Should you play it safe in the middle of the pack? Could you surprise everyone by striking from the back? Can you time your move perfectly?

Or see our full range of board games here.


For aspiring musicians…

The Tech Will Save Us DIY Synth Kit (£22.49) combines electronics, making, and creativity to inspire music lovers. A fun, hands-on kit that teaches you how to build your own portable synth. It’s perfect if your ready to get into the nitty-gritty of how circuits and electronics work.


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