Wrapping It Up
Five Father’s Day Gift Ideas for the Dads in Our Lives
Lay off the tie, will ya?
Although dads tend to say they don’t want anything for Father’s Day, everyone including dad appreciates the time and thought given to preparing a gift on their special day. It shows consideration and love and that’s always welcome. Here are five gifts that will make dad happy on his special day.
Always Charged. Tech-loving dads will love this battery case for his iPhone 6s or 7 cell phone. They may love the latest tech toys, but some dads are notorious for wearing out their phone’s battery when not being near a power source. With the Anker PowerCore Battery Case, dad will always be able to take your call. $35-$55.
Handy Man. If your dad is like many others, he’s all about the tools. The golden standard is the Leatherman and dad may already own one, but chances are, he’s had it for a long time, maybe a decade. Get him a new one. You can’t go wrong. Leatherman OHT Multi-tool is $89.95.
Music Lovers. Forget Beats. Go for EVEN H1 headphones. Not only is it more comfortable to wear for prolonged periods of time, dad can adjust how it sounds to his unique hearing. The wood feature is also cool in an old-fashioned kind of way. $199.
Stylish. Dressy dads will love the classiest dress shoes around by Paul Evans. The Italian leather oxford pictured will run $400, but there are others less pricey. Even better, get a Paul Evans gift card which start at $100.
Traveler. For the dad who loves to travel, this suitcase is a must. The Away carry-on suitcase has a built-in battery and two USB ports so no matter where he’s traveling to, he can always juice up his phone and tablet simultaneously. I think I’ll buy myself one. $225.