This Father’s Day, go practical rather than typical without even breaking the budget. We looked around and put together a list of 10 of the most practical Father’s Day gifts that will not break your $100 budget:
Does Dad love beer? Does he get upset when it does not stay warm? With the BottleKeeper he can say goodbye to these issues.
This insulated bottle helps keep most beer bottles colder for a longer period of time. With standard and stubby options, this bottle fits most beer bottles to keep Dad happy while drinking.
Echo 2nd Generation
Is Dad still struggling to use his smartphone? With the Amazon Echo, he can control the basic things a smartphone can do with his voice, from setting alarms to making phone calls.
Dad can also feel safer leaving the house with the Echo’s safety features, as the Alexa device can listen for basic sounds such as something falling on the ground or someone trying to break in.
Specialized Meat Thermometer
Make cooking easier for Dad with the MEATER. With guided estimates of how long to cook meat for, on top of smart technology that can tell you the external and internal meat temperatures simultaneously, the MEATER is a technologically advanced meat thermometer that should prevent you from ever serving up a dry piece of meat again.
Scheduling a tee time on the course may be difficult right now. Do not let Dad get rusty though, as this putting green will keep Dad consistent and help him stay motivated.
With multiple holes on this putting green, Dad can challenge himself and keep him honest, rather than just putting straight on like with many other practice greens.
This one is our personal favorite. If you want to show Dad your appreciation for him and remind him how much he means to you, then My FrontPage Story is the perfect gift to get him.
A professional journalist will be in touch with you and set up an interview with you and up to two other people, and will turn your words into a newspaper-style story. This hot, new trend is something you are going to want to be a part of.
With budget-friendly options, you will not have to break the bank for this luxury either. Tell Dad how much he means to you this Father’s Day with a keepsake that he can hang on the wall for years to come.
If Dad is big into music or just likes to occasionally tune people out, these headphones are a great choice for Father’s Day. Top audio people vouch for and rave about these studio headphones, and Dad will too.
Classic Parachute Bathrobe
Does Dad love living in luxury? Consider getting him a bathrobe that makes him feel like a king. Parachute’s Classic Bathrobe is soft and luxurious, and comes in multiple colors.
If Dad wants to feel that soft plush after a shower or likes to wake up in the morning and throw a robe on, then get him a bathrobe that is going to be comfortable and will keep him happy.
Is Dad going to the beach or a car race sometime soon? Keep him prepared with a great pair of binoculars that are going to give him great visuals and make him feel that he is closer to the action than he is.
These binoculars are going to allow Dad to make out faces and see clearly even if he is up 20 stories or sitting in the nosebleeds.
Take Dad back to classic, simpler times this Father’s Day. With this webbed lawn chair, Dad can have simple this Father’s Day rather than the complexity of many other lawn and travel chairs.
Getting to those hard-to-reach places can be difficult. This Father’s Day, get Dad a mobile showerhead that will help him get to certain areas better than the stationary showerhead he probably has currently.