Father’s Day is around the corner and if you haven’t gotten your dad a gift yet, he may end up with a not-so-impressive gift. I get it, dads can be tough. Especially those who own everything.
When in doubt scour the Internet for Top 5 gifts for dad like this one. We bet he’ll dig at least one (or all) of these items!
If your dad is anything like the rest of the population, he often misplaces his keys. The ordeal of finding your keys when you’re in rush is by far the most annoying part of anyone’s morning. Duet by PROTAG ($29.99) solves that problem instantly. Via Bluetooth, PROTAG will help him locate where his keys are simply by attaching it as a key chain (before he loses them). Fifteen precious minutes of rummaging through the house saved!
Technology got your dad down? Can’t keep up with Netflix, Hulu, and other video streaming platforms? Roku 3 Streaming Media Player can help facilitate the old school with the new easily when you plug in Roku 3 into your HDTV. The next step is to connect to your Wi-Fi network, and then pops will be entertained with countless channels of whatever he feels like watching.
I think everyone would love a GoPro, not just dads. They range between $299-$499 depending on the frames per second you want. Whether your father just wants a great camera to capture things on vacation… or something waterproof for his ultimate scuba adventure, then this gift is spot on. It features 1080p60 and 720p60 video, 8MP photos up to 5 frames per second, built-in Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and is waterproof up to 131 feet.
Is dad a big golfer? He’d love the Microsoft Band Golf Tracker! At $200 this wearable, comes fully equipped to keep track of his shot, a digital scorecard and GPS yardages. It also goes the extra mile by keeping track of dad’s heart rate, how many steps he’s walked and how many calories he’s burned. He can then view his golfing day stats via a Microsoft app detailing the day.
We don’t want to boast, but we’re pretty sure this gift guide will earn you some serious “favorite kid” points. Unless your siblings read this too.
By Angelique Picanco
Photo by microsoft.com