25th Aug 2016
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Perfect tech gifts for the Father’s Day
Concept dad receiving fathers day gadget

What do you give to the dad who doesn’t want anything? One thing’s for sure, you shouldn't arrive empty-handed. Here are our top tech picks for this Father’s Day.

No matter your budget, here are our top tech picks for this Father’s Day.

1. Handmade leather phone case
Perfect for the dad who loves locally crafted artisanal products. Available on Etsy for A$69

2. Divoom Voombox Travel Bluetooth speaker
One of the better low-cost, water-resistant wireless speakers. Available on eBay for A$67.

3. Pantelligent smart frying pan
For the dad who likes a frypan that can connect to his smartphone and cook his steak for him. Check website for availability. RRP A$199.

4. Tylt Energi 2K
To help your dad juice-up the battery on his phone when he’s on the run. Available on Tylt for US$19.99.

5. Shortcut Labs Flic “smart button”
A nifty little button that you can stick anywhere in your home and program to your smartphone, so you can use it at the click of a button. Available on Flic individually for US$34 or in packs of four for US$100.

6. Tile
Is your dad always losing his keys? Tile is a tracker that connects to an app on his phone to help him find whatever its attached to – from his keys to his phone or backpack. Available on the Tile Shop for US$25.

7. Braun CoolTec shaver
An innovative razor with a cooling element to reduce friction, for a more comfortable shave. Available at Shavershop online for AU$199.

Which of these gifts would you like and why?

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    Alan
    1st Sep 2016
    2:15pm
    I think way way too much is spent of Fathers day, Mothers day Easter etc etc.

    2 of the pressies listed above are $199. How is a young kid still at primary school, expected to get that amount of money?
    I know socks & undies are now "old hat" but surely we don't need to break the kiddy's piggy bank for a $199 present?

    How about a $25 voucher for Bunnings or JB Hi-Fi or a $5 cake from Woolies. Does a more expensive present mean your kids love you more? Of course it doesn't.
    Anonymous
    1st Sep 2016
    4:18pm
    Totally agree Alan.


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