Father’s day is fast approaching, however the dilemma every year is what do you get a man who has everything.
It’s the same every year, it’s gets to the day before so we all frantically rush out and buy the same thing we got him last year – socks, slippers, chocolates, beer, whiskey.
That’s all a little safe, these gifts are thoughtful but thinking outside of the box can take hours of trawling through website after website only to go back to the safe option. With most men it all about giving them the tools to make their lives easier and more enjoyable.
Being a student, there’s no time to search and money to spend especially coming towards the end of term. If you want something a little different for under £20 then look no further.
Here are five gifts that your main man will certainly enjoy this Father’s Day.
It’s not quite a Fitbit but it’s still a smartwatch and looks pretty similar to the real deal.
This bargain smartwatch comes in a range of different colours, features include; an alarm clock, Bluetooth facility, it monitors and records sleep, calorie consumption and captures your daily movements.
Smartwatches are a great way to stay fit and monitor your health, they also double up as a watch, monitor your health and link to your phone.
This Divoom Bluetune-Bean is a portable wireless speaker, it connects to all Bluetooth-enabled devices and has a powerful microphone and speaker for clear sound.
It also comes with a carabineer to clip on to a belt loop or backpack for those long walks in the countryside or working in the garden.
According to research from the University of Missouri, music can have a very positive effect on our wellbeing. Music makes us feel uplifted, content and can improve health.
So, if you are wanting to get your dad in a good mood, this is the gift for you!!
Boots: – £18.00
This cool little solar powered robot kit is every techy dad’s dream. It comes with the tools to build 14 different moving styles of robot that operate on both land and water making it a challenging, playful and stimulating gift.
Although this is more towards the higher end of the budget, if your dad is into gadgets then he’s sure to be impressed with this gift.
Projectors are no longer the thing of the past, if you were born in the 80’s then you all know projectors were the in thing and the only way to display those memorable experiences.
This smartphone projector magnifies images on your phone, and the silicone grip holds your phone securely in place, transforming any wall into a cinema experience.
If you really want to show your dad how much you mean to him this Father’s Day, why don’t you make him breakfast in bed with his favourite movie or show all set up for him to enjoy.
It not only means he gets a warm welcome in the morning but he can then use it to watch what he wants when he wants.
This ibed will allow your dad to use his iPad or tablet in bed, on the sofa and on the plane.
It’s filled with microbeads for added comfort, a slot to place the hold the tablet and a non-slip surface to hold drinks and plates.
What more could a dad ask for this Father’s Day?