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Best Holiday Gifts For Dads

The holiday season is upon us again and for some of us, it means giving gifts to our loved ones. Dads, whether yours or not, are special humans, and deserve to be appreciated with gifts. They love gifts too, even if they act like they don’t care!

It could be a chore, however, choosing a gift for this category of recipients. The best presents for them are practical and could be used every day.

Fortunately, tech and gadgets offer an endless variety of gifts appropriate for the dads in your life. We have gathered the best ones here, so you do not have to waste time going through online or physical catalogs.

BLACK+DECKER Max 4V Cordless Screwdriver

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This screwdriver will make a practical gift because dads are often called upon to screw or unscrew something, from the kids’ toys to the bathroom cabinet. Having a handy tool will be a life-safer for them.

The Max 4V has ten screw bits, making it very versatile. Your recipient will be able to open any electronics thrown at him if you arm him with this screwdriver.

The Apple Watch

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Dads and watches are a match made in heaven. With the Apple Watch, your recipient will have a functional device with cool tech to geek on. Not to mention that it looks nice too!

The Apple Watch has health monitoring properties like a blood-oxygen sensor and an electrocardiogram to keep your recipient fit. He will also get notifications from his iPhone even when he doesn’t have it physically close to him.

If you gift him the latest Apple Watch, he will get an always-on display that is brighter and an updated screen with narrower borders.

Philips Hue Starter Kit

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Dads are usually interested in tech things. If your giftee is yet to get on the connected home trend, the Philips Hue Starter Kit will ease him gently into the game.

The bulbs themselves are high quality and durable, but the kit includes everything the dad needs to get started on the new adventure.

The smart bulbs work with Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa, and Apple’s HomeKit, so it is safe to assume he already has a device for controlling them.

Fitbit Charge 5

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Dads like to keep fit too, despite their responsibilities. If you want a gift focused on fitness, give him the Fitbit Charge 5.

This gift will help dads track their walking, running, and swimming exercises. The embedded GPS will also track bike rides.

The Fitbit Charge 5 has an app he can use to monitor his progress, like weight loss, how many pushups he can do at a time, step tracking, etc.

Amazon Kindle

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If your recipient likes to read or is trying to get back to reading, the Amazon Kindle is a perfect gift choice. He can carry the worth of a whole local library in a single device. And since the device is portable enough to always be with him, he can wipe it out anywhere to sneak in a reading session.

He doesn’t even need to charge the Kindle all the time because the battery lasts weeks. He will also enjoy the natural-looking e-ink display with high resolution.

The Tile Essential 4-pack

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Dads may appear superhuman, but the truth is they have some of the flaws other people have. One of them is forgetting things, which may get more severe as the responsibilities pile up and they advance in age. Help the dads around you to avoid losing items with the Tile tracker.

It uses Bluetooth to track everyday objects that are easy to misplace. They include keys, phones, TV remotes, books, tools, etc.

With a paired smartphone, the dad can make the object he is looking for make sounds to guide him in locating it. They work within ranges of up to 200 feet.

PlayStation Classic

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There is a chance the dads in your life love playing video games. If your recipient grew up with console games and identifies as a nerd, the PlayStation Classic is one of the best gifts he can get.

This console is based on the first PlayStation, released in 1995. It comes with old games that will bring back memories like Tekken 3, Metal Gear Solid, etc.

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