2020 Father’s Day Gift Guide
This year, Father’s Day may look a bit different for you and your family, but that doesn’t mean you can’t celebrate! So we’ve put together our top Father’s Day gift ideas that will show your dad just how much you appreciate everything he does for you throughout the year, dad jokes and all. (And, be honest some of those jokes are pretty funny.)
1. Waterproof phone pouch.
Father’s Day falls right at the beginning of summer and you know Dad will be looking for ways to cool off in the heat. Whether in a pool, lake, or ocean, a waterproof phone pouch might be just what he needs. Both the Procase and Joto phone pouch options are available to be ordered and delivered in time for Father’s Day.
Headphones are a versatile gift option because they’re great for the dad that loves music, exercise, audio books, podcasts, or who just wants to take his conference calls in peace while working from home. There are a lot of choices with headphones, from wireless in-ear options like the Beben wireless earbuds, or over-the-ear and noise cancelling like these from Sony, for when he’s ready to tune out your millionth time asking to borrow the car.[caption id="attachment_3143" align="aligncenter" width="800"]
Help dad get organized with a sleek charging station dock[/caption]
3. Desktop docking station.
Does your dad already have all the electronic items he needs, plus a few he doesn't? A docking station is a great solution for anyone who has a cellphone, tablet, smartwatch, headphones, or any combination of those that could use a little bit of organization. Check out this Bamboo Charging Station Dock.
4. Electric Shaver
A new grooming accessory is never a bad idea as a gift for dad, but with this whole quarantine thing going on, this gift option may be more welcome than ever. An electric shaver, like this Philips Norelco S1560/81, will help your dad get a nice clean shave and avoid Sasquatch comparisons. Or if it’s just a trim he needs, this Remington trimmer will help with any touch ups required for his quarantine beard.
5. Video Doorbell
A video doorbell is a cool way to help your dad safely receive shipment deliveries and greet visitors, especially if he wants to continue distancing himself and has increased his online shopping this year. With video that can connect straight to a smartphone to allow him to see who’s at the door, plus, 2-way audio with his visitor, the Arlo Video doorbell or Amcrest Video Doorbell could be just what he needs.[caption id="attachment_3144" align="aligncenter" width="384"]
Your view with an Arlo video doorbell, without leaving the couch[/caption]
6. BBQ Accessories
A classic Father’s Day gift idea that I could not leave off this list. After spending so much time inside the last couple months, any excuse to get some fresh air outside is a welcomed one! There are so many things you can do to improve your BBQ game and make the most of the outdoor season. Take a look at some of these items to get you started:Grilljoy BBQ tool setGrillman BBQ grill coverWeber’s Greatest Hits cookbook
7. The gift of connectivity
If a smartphone is what your dad actually needs to get connected with you and the rest of the family this year, check out TextNow’s affordable phone options here and get him connected for free!