The article was produced in partnership with Klarna
Father’s Day in Australia is fast approaching and if you’re someone who leaves gift-buying until the last minute – and let’s be honest, most of us are – you’ll be stressing over what to get that special male figure in your life. Dads – other than being fully deserving of a gift – can be notoriously hard to buy for and usually have to make do with a fresh bottle of body wash, some slippers or some updates to the underwear drawer. But, buy dad something this year using Australia’s new shopping app Klarna, and not only could you be in with the chance of winning a shopping spree for yourself, but you might find something that tweaks dad’s cheeks (in the upwards direction).
Klarna, the cool new Australian shopping app that helps you outsmart the shopping experience with its price drop alerts, wish list capabilities and more, is here to make finding a gift for dad easier than ever, by teaming up with Australian fashion expert Damien Woolnough to put together a guide to give you some gift-spiration. But it doesn’t end there: rather than just letting dad steal the limelight this Father’s Day, Klarna is giving you the chance to win yourself a personal shopping spree too.
Damien’s gifts encompass the various hobbies and interests of Australian dads – such as cycling, fitness and grooming – and all can be bought from Klarna’s retail partners – including ASOS, The Mistr and Kogan.com, meaning the cost can be spread out over four equal fortnightly instalments.
And when you do buy something for dad using Klarna, you can be in the running to secure a shopping spree for yourself. All you need to do to be in with the chance of winning 1 of 15 x $200 shopping sprees is to shop at any retailer within the Klarna app and checkout using Klarna by Sunday 6th September.
To be in with a chance of winning this epic giveaway – and score Dad some awesome gifts – download the Klarna app now to access the latest collections, deals and offers, and start shopping smarter.
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Adjustable 20kg Weights
It’s not uncommon for Australian dads to want to stay in shape, but while he might not be able to get back to his regular gym as often as he’d like, grab him a set of adjustable dumbbells. With a maximum weight of 20kg, he’s sure to come out of lockdown with guns of steel.
Gladiator SportMixer Bottle
Of course, all those bicep curls will be put to waste without adequate protein intake, so this Gladiator Fitness blender bottle is the perfect shaking companion to get those vital supplements.
Babolat Pure Strike Racquet
Tennis mad dad? He’ll be serving ace after ace with this Babolat tennis racquet.
Attaquer 'F*ck Yeah' Sticker Hat
Australian cycle clothing brand Attaquer always delivers on the stylish front, and this F*ck Yeah sticker hat will have dad cursing with excitement after he smashes his PB times.
Dermalogica ActiveMoist 2.0 Moisturiser
Gone are the days of men simply waking up and going about their day. Men’s grooming is a huge industry and with the right products, your dad can retain his youthful looks for longer. This Dermalogica ActiveMoist 2.0 moisturiser will hydrate dad’s skin and help keep excess oils at bay.
Jaxon Lane Bro Mask
Face masks can present uncharted territory for dad, but this Bro Mask from men's grooming extraordinaire Jaxon Lane, will help quash those worries with revitalised skin after every use.
Armani Exchange Black Watch
A black watch is a perfect accessory for a night out and this Armani Exchange timepiece is simplistic in its design, with gold-accented hour markers and hands adding that little touch of luxury.
Vacay Swimwear Savanna Swim Shorts
With summer on its way, encourage dad to let his inner animal (and his outer dad-bod) out with these leopard print swim shorts that will make him the talk of the beach.
Emu Australia Ashford Slippers
Some dads stay at home to keep their castle clean and appreciated, and these gifts will help dad have comfortable, yet productive days. Take these Emu Australia slippers for example. Not only will they save the family the sight of dad’s feet, but they’ll caress them in supreme comfort too.
Giantz Pole Chainsaw Hedge Trimmer
Men and tools go together like cheese and fine wine, and this chainsaw hedge trimmer will have dad carving all manner of sculptures out in the garden.
Oakywood iPhone Dock
Not only does dad usually lose the TV remote, but his phone, watch and spare change can go walkabout too. No more with this Oakywood iPhone organiser dock that will keep everything together in one place on the bedside table.
Sunbeam Mini Barista Espresso Machine
Who doesn’t love a morning coffee? Save dad the walk to the cafe with his very own barista espresso machine. His latte art skills will be top-notch in no time.