15 great gifts your dad will love for Father’s Day this year

Need some ideas for Father’s Day gifts? Here’s a quick list for you to check out.

TECH

Is your dad a techie or a geek? Here’s a few items that might fit him

TIME MARCHES ON WITH SMART WATCHES

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The price on these has really come down from since they hit mainstream back around 2014. Tons of manufacturers have jumped on the bad wagon. Prices seem to top out around $450 for the new Apple Series 4 but fully functional android based watches like the TicWatch E start around $110. If he is a serious outdoorsman, Casio has a very serious offering with there new Pro Trek that tops the price list at $500. All the models vary by price usually depending on if they include cellular capabilities or built in GPS.

DON’T TOUCH MY THERMOSTAT!

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For dads obsessed with keeping tabs on the heating and cooling bills, it might be time to upgrade him to a Smart Thermostat. The Nest can usually be found at the big box stores for around $250 but Honeywell has a popular offering for around $140.

WHAT? I CAN’T HEAR YOU!

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Maybe it’s time for some Bluetooth earbuds. Prices are all over the spectrum on these. Apple AirPods will set you back around $140 while Jabra Elite Actives can range up to $190. Plantronics BackBeats are also popular for just at $100.


COFFEE BREAK!

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Is your dad an avid coffee drinker? These Father’s Day gift ideas could build on that. There’s a whole world of beans out there for him to try but first he’s going to need a decent coffee grinder and if you really want to get fancy you can get him an electric kettle and a French Press. This Cuisinart Burr Mill is very affordable at less than $40. Combine that with this $30 Electric Kettle and this $25 French Press Set and for less that $100 he will be set to enjoy coffee in a whole new way. Find out in advance what type of roast he is already drinking then head to the local grocery store for some whole beans that match his tastes!


GET OFF MY LAWN!

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Your Father’s Day gifts could be something to help him out around the yard. The new thing in lawn care is battery operated, especially if he already has tools that match. If he already owns Dewalt Power Tools, he could use the same batteries to power a new String Trimmer and Blower for around $200. Greenworks has a popular combo set for $100.


KING OF THE COALS

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Does he like to grill? Kamado style ceramic grills are insanely efficient and gaining in popularity. Char-Griller sells a small version, the Akorn Jr. that can be had for around $130. Does he like to smoke meat? For $270 you might consider a Bradley Smoker that automates the process and eliminates much of the guess work.

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