Father’s Day Gadgets & Gifts!

Submitted by on Sunday, 6 June 2010 | One Comment

It’s that time of year again, a couple of weeks before Father’s Day so now is the time to start the hunt for the best present. So forget the boring ties, and the boxed hanker-chiefs. it’s time to get him something, dare we say it, cool!

If you dad if quite quirky then a cup of tea in the morning just won’t do. Paperchase have a great range of fun and different cufflinks on offer, and we think these robot ones are brilliant. Just a little something to make the office a little bit more bearable for only £12.

Now a lot of men are lucky enough to have a little section of the house dedicated to the, a guys room (if they’re lucky). And if your dad is one of these lucky men then why not help him kit it out with a Jack Daniel’s dartboard. Even if he’s totally rubbish at it it’ll be great fun to play with and have a go with his mates. Order one online from Play for £27.99.

Dad’s sometimes get the short straw and maybe don’t get treated as much as mums. So if you really want to treat him this Father’s Day then why don’t you all club together and get him this amazing Acer Ferrari Windows 7 laptop from Argos.

It boasts a 250gb hard-drive, 11.6 inch screen, dual core processor, 2gb of RAM, built-in webcam (great for family skype sessions and getting him on Facebook) and it is of course wireless enabled.  Spoil your dad rotten this year! £379.99 from Argos.

As we ALL know, the world cup is just around the corner and all men have a need to celebrate it and display the English flag in every way that they can. So help him along with a football BBQ for those hot summer afternoons when a match it on, just make sure he makes enough for you! £15 from Tesco.

Right so we know it’s your dad’s day and everything, but you might as well get some enjoyment out of his gift right? So invest in this Samsung Blu Ray player plus 6 movies for £149.99 from HMV.  Movies include 300, Sweeney Todd, Mamma Mia, Toy Story, Bruno and UP!. It also has an internet platform allowing you to use services such as BBC iPlayer, and don’t worry you’ll still be able to watch all of your normal DVDs on this too!

If your dad loves to look after himself, then Niven and Joshua have a variety of Father’s Day male grooming gifts to ensure that your dad is looking his best all the time. However Niven and Joshua isn’t just for the ‘metrosexual’ dad, it’s also for Dads who need a little helping hand into the world of male grooming. Consider choosing from some of the luxury gift sets on offer which outline the various elements of skin care for men in an easy to digest format.

If all else fails then pick your perfect Fathers day gifts from Interflora.

Images from HMV, Play, Argos, Paperchase & Tesco

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