A Father's Day Gift Guide for Gift Procrastinators
If you're like me, then Father's Day always sneaks up on you unexpectedly. I blame it on growing up in Australia where Father's Day is in September. This June nonsense just throws me off. Every. Single. Year. But hey, that's what Amazon is here for, right? That free two-day shipping with Prime is a life saver. In case you are a fellow gift procrastinator, here are some things that you can get from Amazon before Sunday.
How about an Amazon Fire tablet for just $39.99? That's not a deal, that's a steal.
Or a glare-free Kindle for the dad who likes to read? Protect him from eyestrain with a screen that doesn't constantly refresh like tablets and phones do.
There's always a virtual reality headset! Just put a smartphone in the front and he'll be in another world. Better than a vacation... almost.
Or if he's a fitness enthusiast, a Fitbit Blaze may be the way to go. Pretty fashionable for a fitness watch, right?
Maybe you can get him to trade his old sweatpants for a pair of joggers like these. Comfortable but much more attractive.
Cologne is always a great gift. And if your hubby is the father who is receiving Acqua Di Gio, it's really a gift for you too.
Why not spice up the banal task of face shaving with a luxury shaving kit
Maybe dads would like to receive flowers on Father's day like mothers on Mother's day. So give him some in the form of a trendy floral tie.
Black Ray-Bans look awesome on pretty much anyone, including dads. And Amazon's price for these is pretty awesome, too.
For the music loving dad, the Amazon Tap is the way to go. You can tap it and ask it to play music from Pandora, Spotify, etc. Or you can stream music from your phone. I'm a sucker for voice controlled things.
There is just something cool about things made out of wood that aren't usually made out of wood, right? This iPhone case made from real walnut wood is a perfect example.
Yes, socks are the stereotypical lackluster Father's Day gift. But these Nike galaxy socks are so fun, you can make an exception.
Disclaimer: This post was not sponsored by Amazon. I just really like Amazon.