27 of the best eco-friendly gifts for Father's Day 2022

Surprise Dad with these eco-friendly gifts this Father's Day. Whether he's a foodie or he loves his tech, here's something for everyone

a pink and yellow composite image showing some of the best eco-friendly gifts – including slippers, turntable, sodastream and apple watch strap
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If you are searching for eco-friendly gifts for Dad this Father's Day, then we're here to help. Whether he's a tech-loving Dad or a foodie, we've got 27 top suggestions for sustainable gift ideas just below. 

If you're wondering what exactly makes an eco-friendly gift, then rest assured everything on our list is either: recyclable, plastic-free, carbon-neutral, biodegradable, or a reusable alternative. Or it's a mix of all of these factors. All of these gifts will be sure to last Dad for years of use, otherwise, they can be composed in a way that won't harm the environment.

Get in now, ahead of everyone else, to ensure Dad receives a gift to remember this Father's Day. For those who don't know yet: Father's Day is on the 19th of June this year. Not long to go...

If you are searching for more ways to be sustainable at home, you can make a start by investing in the best air purifier to keep your home healthier.

The best eco-friendly gifts for Father's Day 2022

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Now for the eco-friendly wrapping...

There's no point in investing in one of these eco-friendly gifts for someone if you're just going to wrap it in plastic. So, with this in mind, you'll want to buy some eco-friendly wrapping utensils, too.

First of all, you can shop a huge range of eco-friendly wrapping paper at Amazon (opens in new tab). Otherwise, kraft paper is a sustainable option that's recyclable and makes for pretty present wrapping. You can also buy recyclable tape from Amazon (opens in new tab), to avoid ones with plastic in them.

If you'd rather not wrap your presents in single-use paper and tape, then why not head to your local thrift store and pick up a secondhand scarf? Pop your gift inside the scarf, tie it up as you please and you've got yourself a reusable wrap!

Annie Collyer
Head Ecommerce Editor

Hi! I'm Annie, and I'm the Head Ecommerce Editor at Real Homes. Along with my team, I'm here to review all of the products you might be considering buying for your home. As someone who lives in a flat with a small amount of storage space to work with, and with two indoor pets to clean up after, I am forever searching for stylish yet functional appliances that won't blemish my decor if I can't fit them in a cupboard. I love decorating my living room for each season, while my other hobbies include drinking a decent cup of coffee, going on park walks with my dog and enjoying an Instagrammable brunch with my husband.