Gadgety gift ideas for Father’s day.

Posted on Jun 16 2009 - 8:58pm by Richard Sharp

Are you stuck for what to get Dad for that all important Father’s Day gift then let Gadgets and Gizmos help you out, as we have scoured the internet trying to find the Dad ‘must-haves’ so that you can give your Dad a day to remember. First stop might be the gifts and gadgets online shop, ‘i want one of those’. This helpful site is full to brimming with ideas for something just that little bit different for Dad, and if he is really difficult to buy for then this site will no doubt have something that will be suitable.

I want one of those, have pages and pages of excellent gift ideas to bring a smile to the ‘difficult’ Dad’s face, including a very good practical idea the Ergo Digital Luggage scale. This would be a really helpful gift as it will be just in time for the summer hols and will alleviate the panic at the airport which is often customary for Dad’s leaving on the annual summer getaway. This excellent gadget will save Dad having to pay excess baggage charges at the airport because he will be able to tell Mum to remove the kitchen sink from her suitcase before the big airport row – definitely a win-win!

Of course if your Dad is less of the practical type then there are a huge range of sill nonsensical gifts such as remote control ducks for the bath, or maybe even for the Dad who has everything a light sabre umbrella? If however your Dad is an altogether more serious type, may be a bit of a closet eco-warrior and very concerned about his carbon footprint then a solar powered charging unit suitable for a phone, iPod or other MP3 player has got to be top of the must have list. This fantastic gadget will allow Dad to charge his mobile phone without being a drain on the earth’s natural resources and will do much to ease Dad’s eco conscience and at around £30 won’t cost the earth in more than one way!

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Richard Sharp is the founder of gadgetsandgizmos.org. He loves technology, gadgets (comes with the territory) and social media. You'll find him writing features, attending events and playing with cool tech. Life's good.

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