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Father's Day Gift Ideas

Father’s Day Gift Ideas He’ll Love

Let the countdown begin.

Father’s Day is this Sunday, June 17, 2018.

If you haven’t nailed the perfect gift yet, don’t worry, we have you covered.

Show your dad some love this Father’s Day with one of following gift ideas.

Bracelet

Help dad feel trendy and young with a custom designed bracelet. There is a range of metal types to choose from, including gold, silver and stainless steel. Bracelets can also be engraved with a special message just for him.

Cufflinks

It’s the little details that matter. Help dad complete his formal work or date night attire with a pair of sophisticated cufflinks. Cufflinks are available in a variety of styles, colors, and materials to match your dad’s fashion style.

Beach Towel

Father’s Day falls just four days before the official start of summer. With temperatures in the triple-digits, he’s probably planning lots of trips to the pool, waterpark or lake. Help him stay dry between dives with a beach towel.

Bluetooth Speaker

Gift your music loving dad a Bluetooth speaker like the UE Boom 2 ($99). He can take this speaker anywhere, even the pool thanks to its IPX-7 waterproof rating, and with a wide range can hit the trails. Pair with a Pandora or Spotify subscription.

Smart Thermometer

Every home chef needs a smart thermometer. This smart thermometer from Tenergy ($58) connects with an easy-to-use app that let’s dad know when his steak dinner is cooked to his own definition of perfection.

Amazon Echo Spot

Give dad the latest technology with an Echo Spot ($130). The latest entry in the Echo family, the Spot has a lot of uses, from playing music to turning on the lights. It is also compatible with other smart devices for full home automation.

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