Possible with Pay: 23 ways to celebrate Fathers and Graduates with your Amazon account

A collection of Amazon Pay employees’ personal recommendations to give your dad or grad the perfect gift.

Graduation and fatherhood – they can be two of the biggest milestones in a person’s life. But how do you convey all of that gravitas in a gift? If you’re celebrating the grad and/or dad in your life this June, we’ve got you covered, offering up 23 great gift ideas from an Amazon Pay team that manages to cover the fun, the practical, and the downright awesome.

Bonfire from Solo Stove. Whether it’s a smoking barbecue or a warm hearth, dads just love setting a good fire. The remarkable Bonfire Solo Stove will give him the chance to build a portable fire pit that uses a patented airflow to burn logs hotter while minimizing smoke.

Esterbrook Pastel in Grey Pen from Anderson Pens. Even if keyboards have become ubiquitous, both dads and grads will find themselves using a pen quite a bit in their daily life. So why not take their game with this elegant, fine-point nib pen.

Gildan Women’s V-Neck from Shirts in Bulk. Is that new graduate a budding entrepreneur? Then she’s probably not going to want to devote much time to thinking about her wardrobe. Help her simplify with bulk t-shirts that you can purchase in the dozens.

#1/3/5 Wood Set from Linksoul. Dads and golf are a pair as old as time (or at least as old as the invention of golf). This beautiful set of handcrafted woods are made in Kentucky by three brothers who have spent four decades crafting incredible golf clubs.

Dad Defined T-Shirt from Grunt Style. With a mission to deliver the highest quality, most patriotic apparel on the planet, Grunt Style offers a range of great Father’s Day gifts, including this cotton t-shirt.

64 GB microSDXC Memory Card from ProGrade Digital. If the grad in your life is planning to go walkabout for a few months before joining the workforce, he’s going to want to document his odyssey. This microSD card will help keep those digital memories safe.

iHEARmax Hearing Aid from iHEAR Medical. It’s a fact of life – as we grow older, our capacity to hear diminishes. Give dad some help with the iHearMax, a discreet behind-the-ear hearing aid that digitally processes sound to offer clear, customizable aural support.

Official Marvel Home Goods, Apparel, & More from Lootcrate. Die-hard superhero fans come in all ages. Reward the Iron Dad or Professor X in your life with this Marvel Comics-themed bundle of surprises that you can’t find anywhere else.

5-Gallon Shop-Vac from Rockler Woodworking and Hardware. No dad’s workshop is complete without a wet/dry vacuum to keep a tidy space. This lightweight powerhouse will keep the garage or toolshed free of sawdust, drywall, nails, and more.

Slim RFID Money Clip Wallet from Forrest & Harold. Suitable for both dads and grads, this top-grain leather, two-tone wallet combines form and function. The slim money clip features RFID protection, protecting credit cards from wireless identity theft.

Weber Master Touch Grill from Weststyle. Grills and golf are two mainstays of Father’s Day for a very good reason – you can’t go wrong. This incredible charcoal barbecue will allow dad to control the grill’s heat while also offering a one-touch cleaning system.

The Curiosity Box from Vsauce. Education is a lifelong pursuit, and there’s no reason graduation should mean the end of anyone’s learning journey. That’s where The Curiosity Box comes in, offering a collection of the coolest math and science toys to keep your mind sharp.

G-Star T-Shirt from engelhorn. Let’s face it – when dads are in relaxation mode, they often choose comfort over charm. But with this pure organic cotton t-shirt from G-Star, dad won’t have to sacrifice either one.

Lexington Timepiece from MVMT. There are a few treasured items that digital has not replaced, and an elegant watch is one of them. The Lexington Timepiece is a timeless gift for the grad in your life as she embarks on the next chapter in her life.

Apptionlabs BBQ Meat Thermometer from Grillshop. Remember how we said you can’t go wrong with barbeque gear? Well this high-tech meat thermometer will mean your dad never goes wrong with grilling, with easy-to-use wireless capabilities to ensure the perfect meal.

Hand Trolley from Berger. Whether he’s hauling beach gear or baby clothes, this versatile hand trolley can handle nearly any surface thanks to its large wheels. Even better, the four-wheeler folds up into a compact size that means it won’t clutter your space when not in use.

All Day Every Day Pant from Public Rec. Man cannot live in jeans alone. If your dad or grad is looking to smarten up his wardrobe, these pants are a great option for everything from business meetings to hiking trips.

Camel Active Bermuda Shorts from Hirmer. Featuring a set of two-buttoned cargo pockets, these washed-look chino shorts will have dad ready to handle anything summer throws at him.

iPhone Card Slot Case from Anhem. For any grad or dad on the go, this iPhone case could prove a serious life-saver. Not only does the polycarbonate and TPU case promise to protect against dings and drops, but it can also hold a credit card so that you’re never caught short.

Retro Socks from FALKE. Socks don’t have to be a disappointing gift, at least when they’re as cool as this pair of retro, ribbed cotton lookers from FALKE. With a patented anatomical fit, dad won’t have to worry about them sliding off either.

MPNW Chino Hat from Linksoul. In these troubled times, it’s not always easy to find something we can all agree on. But this cap might be just the thing, emblazoned with its message of universal peace, “Make Par, Not War”.

Calto Oxford from Tall Men Shoes. It’s sad but true – statistically, tall men make more money than short men (though they have a much harder time travelling coach). These stylish lace-up leather oxfords don’t just look good, they also add three inches to a man’s height.

59Fifty MLB Basic NY Cap from Hutshopping. The arcing N and Y of the New York Yankees logo isn’t just about NYC anymore. It’s not even exclusively American, as this embroidered cap, sold by German retailer Hutshopping, goes to show.