10 Father's Day gifts — all under $150

We found ten gifts he’ll be excited to open this Father’s Day and use throughout the year. Best part? They start at $12 and nothing’s more than $150.

Tool Time


This razor-thin multi-tool from Henley makes the Swiss Army knife look like such a slacker. One tiny sheet of stainless steel holds a bottle opener, knife edge, screwdriver, can opener, wingnut tool, saw, ruler, wrench—and plenty of excuses to show off his MacGyver skills. ($12 at Orange and Pear)

Chill out


One of the major downsides of drinking beer is that it inevitably warms up before you can finish the bottle. Not so with the Chillsner—this nifty pre-chilled wand will keep his brewski icy cold until the very last drop. ($29.95 at Williams-Sonoma)

Sunny side up


Retire his pair of drugstore knockoffs for sunnies that mean serious business. Polarized lenses cut down on annoying glare, while the titanium frame is one of the lightest, strongest around. Bonus: For every pair of glasses you buy, Warby Parker will give a pair to someone in need. ($145 at Warby Parker)

On-the-go Joe


Make terrible cups of coffee a thing of the past with this portable French-press mug from REI. All Dad needs for his perfect cuppa are his favorite fresh grounds and some hot water. ($29.50 at REI)

Take it with you


Give your telecommuting dad the best invention since wi-fi: a go-anywhere, pocket-sized keyboard that can turn even the kitchen counter into a full-on workstation. Just hook the Cellulon Magic Cube into an iPhone, iPad or Android and it will project a full-sized, fully functioning laser keyboard. ($114 at Ahalife)

Home brew


This set of four personalized pub glasses glasses is a lot like him—fun and totally one of a kind. Order by 9 am. Friday with expedited shipping to get them in time. ($59 at Red Envelope)

In (remote) control


Amazon Fire TV makes sure he never misses a single second of his favorite shows. The small box connects to his HDTV and delivers the latest and greatest entertainment from web-based services like Netflix, Hulu Plus, Amazon Instant Video, Facebook, Pandora and more. If that’s not enough, the remote control features voice-activated search to help him find exactly what he wants to watch. ($99 at Amazon)

Good grape


What to get the guy who has everything? We’re firm believers that you can never go wrong with a great bottle of wine. We love the selection from Uproot—the Napa-based winemaker uses small batch grapes to create delectable bottles of rose, sauvignon blanc, cabernet and grenache. Each wine comes with an easy-to-read flavor palette that breaks down its profile. (From $28 per bottle at Uproot)

One cool dude


This high-tech towel and cap set is the perfect way for him to stay comfy in the dog days of summer. That’s because they’re both made of a special cooling fabric that starts working the second he breaks out into a sweat. ($30 for the set at Mission Athletecare)

Black is the new black


Sure, Dad could keep drinking from that banged-up water bottle, but we’re betting this sleek one from SIGG will entice him to make the switch. It’s BPA- and phthalate-free and also features a nonporous lining. Translation: His water won’t taste like last week’s Gatorade. ($22.99 at Sigg)