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The Best Gifts for Dad

2014-06-02



Dad might not be the type of man to ask for a gift, but he’s certainly the type of man who deserves one. This Father’s Day, you can impress him with something he doesn’t have to pretend to like, and a portion of each gift will be donated to your favorite cause, at no extra cost to you!

Zepp Golf Swing Analyzer

If dad’s a big golf fan, you might think that you’ve already bought him all of the accessories he needs–but you can take his game one step further with a 3D Golf Swing Analyzer. This small rechargeable sensor clips right onto his glove and connects to a phone or tablet via Bluetooth. It can replay his swing from any angle and provide instant feedback. It can also track how often he plays, how many swings he takes, and even what clubs he uses the most. He can even use the data to brag to his friends or compete with them via Twitter, Facebook, or email.

DeWalt 18 V 1/2 In. (13mm) Cordless Compact Drill/Driver Kit

The dads in my family are the type of men to use the same old, worn-out tools for 20 years until someone finally buys them something new. If you can relate, do your own dad a favor and give him an upgrade. Sears has a ton of tools available. I’ve chosen this particular drill because it’s one of the handiest tools to use around the house. It’s cordless, lightweight, and quite versatile. Its compact size makes it easy to fit into tight spots, while its high-performance motor delivers up to 380 unit watts.

iMemories

For years, you’ve probably said that you wanted to tranfer some old videotapes, movie films, or negative photographs into a digital format. Well, now’s a great time to finally do it! There are a few companies who can do this for you, but I would suggest iMemories because they take serious efforts to ensure that your original copies remain safe along the way (and get returned). They offer bar codes to each individual media asset, a GPS, and a SafeShip Kit. This gift will certainly make dad smile (and possibly tear up), and it’s perfect to watch while the family is together.