Dads are the hardest to shop for. It’s not necessarily their fault that they have everything, leaving you with that utterly useless feeling as you scan the local Sears store for more tools or the golf pro shop for a new golf driver. Not this year! Check out this list of best Father’s Day ideas for tips on what to get the Dad who has everything.
Dubbed the “world’s most versatile camera”, the GoPro Video camera collection actually produces some very impressive video for such a lightweight item. The entry-level model offers resolutions up to 1080p30 and 5MP photos up to 3 frames per second. This camera is even waterproof! This camera is perfect if your Dad is the adventurous type who never wants to miss a moment.
Price: $199.99 – $399.99 and a free 32GB microSD card with purchase (limited time only).
This gift is a cool idea for the Dad that works in construction or likes to spend time in the garage fixing stuff. The Tego Audio CERA Wireless Portable Speaker is amazing with Bluetooth technology that allows you to connect to essentially any device. It has a 5-7 hour battery life and can stream audio from as far as 33 feet away! Depending on where you’re shopping, this speaker can set you back $90 bucks…but I found the cheapest price at Wal-Mart.
Price: $69.99 and free shipping
Does your Dad take pride in his appearance and appreciates a good shaving cream? If the answer is yes, then you should head out to The Art of Shaving and pick him up a shaving set that is sure to add some enjoyment to his morning shaving routine. The Art of Shaving’s gift sets range from $150 to $405, so there is something here for everyone. The most popular shaving gift set in the $150 price point is the Lexington Gift Set in Sandalwood and this includes a Lexington razor with flexball, a badger hair brush, pre-shaving oil, shaving cream, and after-shave balm!
This item is for grill master Dad that would cook ever meal on the grill if he could. While grilling delicious steaks are fun, the clean up can be a drag. Get your Dad the Automatic BBQ Grill Cleaning Robot to make it easier! This genius invention comes with three spinning brass wire brushes that are suppose to protect your grates while it’s being scrubbed. The best part is all you have to do is sit the robot on the grates, push the “on” button, and leave it! It turns itself off!!!!
5. Three Month Certificate for Lawn Service
Now this gift may lack the “wow” factor that the other items on this list may have, but it is the best gift you can give a Dad who would prefer doing anything else other than cutting the grass on a hot summer day. If you sign Dad up for a three-month certificate for lawn service, that will take care of the entire summer and it won’t be long before the grass stops growing due to cooler temps. If nothing else, you save Dad hours of sweating his tail off in the unbearable summer heat. You’re such a good kid, aren’t you?
Price: Depends on your location and size of your yard.