Five Father’s Day Gifts To Get Dad Off The Couch
First off is the FitBit Charge Watch. Today, the FitBit stock went public with their IPO in the NASDAQ at 10 am, under ticker name FIT, which makes it the hottest product on our list. The second most advanced in the FitBit line of active watches not only monitors dad’s heart rate and workout time, but also lets him see notifications from his smartphone, which pairs with the watch. It lasts a whopping 5 days without a charge, and the sleek black finish won’t scare him away from wearing it (the plum version might).
Dad is sure to be working on his golf game this summer, and after he packs up the clubs in November, he’ll unload his rifle–this Bushnell rangefinder will help him with either pastime. With a range of 1300 yards, the G-Force’s red display, including 6x magnification and true horizontal accuracy for an arrow and drop/holdover for a bullet, will get dad out practicing his shots all year long.
This patio enhancer will certainly encourage dad to spend more time outdoors, while the sleek black slate of the UniFlame Gas Fire Bowl will captivate him and his guests. The bowl is designed with rows of perforated pipes, which push gas up through the black glass rocks in the center of the structure. After an automatic ignition, the gas turns into flames, which dance across the rocks while dad smokes his cigar, plays poker at a nearby card table, or chats with mom.
If dad is a smoker, consider purchasing this Stainless Steel Humidor from Whynter. The humidor has two removable Spanish cedar drawers and five shelves, each of which allow the cigars to breath and humidify. With a total of 2.5 cubic feet of storage, the Whynter humidor is sure to keep all of dad’s cigars prime for smoking, and since mom won’t tolerate smoking indoors, it’ll also keep him outdoors.
Last is the Leatherman Surge. This multitool boasts 21 tools, including wire cutters, screwdrivers, and, of course, knives. Leatherman, known throughout the trade for quality, all-inclusive multitools, tops the rest with this one: it’s strong, versatile, and if it somehow breaks, is covered by a 25-year warranty. If dad doesn’t usually head outside, he will after getting this, if only to test it out.