Even if you missed Father’s Day celebration this year, you can still make it up to your dad. With the help of experts and stores that sell laptop units, we’ve listed some of the best (post) Father’s Day gift ideas for tech-savvy dads – or any parent, for that matter. Some of these gizmos can help your father make his everyday life more productive, while others are for pure entertainment.
Price starts at $1,199
If you have the budget for it, give your photography-enthusiast father the Fujifilm X100F. This high-end digital camera is arguably the best model in Fujifilm’s series of fixed-lens digicams with APS-C-size sensors. The X100F has a wide-angle lens that is ideal for street photography. It also has a relatively compact design so your dad can easily bring it with him anywhere and anytime.
Fitbit Charge 2
Price starts at $150
If your dad is tech-savvy health nut, the perfect gift to give him is the Fitbit Charge 2. But even if he dislikes exercising, this fitness band can motivate him to start taking care of his body.
With the Fitbit Charge 2, he can easily monitor – and often improve – his fitness routine. The fitness device can help him track his daily activities as well as his sleep patterns. It has a built-in battery that can last up to five days on a single charge. If you own a Fitbit Charge 2, you can even set up a little competition with your dad to keep both of you moving – literally and figuratively.
Garmin Drive 50
Price starts at $150
It’s common for men to dislike asking for directions from other people. If your dad gets lost a lot, but has the same I-don’t-need-to-ask-for-directions syndrome, then the Garmin Drive 50 is a perfect Father’s Day gift for him.
This nifty navigator is a GPS device that is safer to use than a smartphone giving directions. The Garmin Drive 50 can notify your dad of road hazards like sharp turns. It can also alert him of speed changes, and updates him on changing routes ahead. To top it all off, the Garmin Drive 50 also provides an effective road guide using identifiable landmarks and buildings.
Price starts at $320
When it comes to gadgets and gizmos, Apple is a brand that you can’t overlook. Even if your dad has little knowledge of the new devices available, it’s almost impossible for him not to have heard about Apple.
For a Father’s Day present, ditch the iPad or the iPhone. Instead, give your dad the Apple Watch. More than a fitness tracker, the Apple Watch can send and receive messages. It has tons of apps that go beyond fitness and exercise routines. If your dad has an iPhone, he can also sync the Apple Watch to his smartphone to have full access of his multimedia files. The Apple Watch is also water-proof. Even if your dad forgets to remove it before taking a post-workout shower, this clever gizmo would just be fine.
Any of the gift ideas above can make anyone’s heart sing. Spoil your dad today with these gifts that he can enjoy for a long, long time.