Father’s Day Shopping GuideSyahiran Ismail
June brings longer days, barbecues, and best of all, Father’s Day. Even if you can’t spend the day together, honor the dad, grandfathers, uncles, or father figures in your life with Father’s Day gifts that match their passions.
However, finding gifts for men can be challenging – what’s the best gift for Father’s Day? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Here are 5 things Dad doesn’t know he needs and he likely doesn’t even know exist. With our help, you’ll definitely outsmart him and land him with a killer Father’s Day gift.
- Ridge Wallet
If the father you know needs a serious wallet makeover, the Ridge Wallet is a great choice. It clamps together with a unique elastic design to hold anywhere from one to 12 cards, plus some cash in a money clip on one side. A groove on one edge lets you press out the card or cards you want, and the frame is made of metal with a lifetime guarantee.
- Fitbit Charge 4
Fitbit may be sharing a whole lot of the spotlight on fitness trackers these days. The new Charge 4 has built-in GPS, a feature usually seen only in more expensive fitness trackers, and its sleep tracking is still top-notch.
- Amazon Kindle
Many dads may already have a Kindle by now. For those who don’t, it’s an excellent gift that lasts years (and stays alive up to a month on a single battery charge). Electronic books are cheap—many are free with Amazon Prime—and you can get unlimited access to books with a Kindle Unlimited subscription.
- Savage Industries Apron
For all the builders, crafters, and makers out there, the Savage Industries Apron is essentially a wearable toolbox. It’s covered in thoughtfully placed pockets and made of sturdy canvas with reinforced leather accents. It’s super comfy to wear, thanks to the easily adjustable sizing and additional leg-hugging straps. No matter what you’re making, the Savage Industries Apron moves with you but stays out of your way. It’s like having a shop assistant.
- Logitech C920e
Hate to break it to you and your dad, but video meetings will be around for a long time. They won’t end with the easing of lockdown restrictions—the pandemic only accelerated a broad move toward videoconferencing. At least you can help him look better on screen. Most built-in laptop cams look ghastly and just plain suck. The C920e is a great choice. The white balance is fantastic, its low-light performance is stellar, and its wide-angle view means I don’t have to sit with it 2 feet away from me to keep from crowding the frame.
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