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LUNCHBOX DAD'S 2017 FATHER'S DAY GIFT GUIDE
friday, june 2, 2017
It's almost Father's Day and you are still struggling with what to get the dad or husband in your life. Don't worry because I got you covered. Not only am I including specific products that I recommend, but this year I am also giving you a couple general ideas that you can customize for your dad. This is the only guide you will need, so pick something off of this list and you won't go wrong. I was not paid to talk about any of these products. I received some items for free for testing purposes and some items I purchased on my own. Only gifts that I have personally tested are included or they wouldn't be anywhere near this list. So read on to find the perfect Father's Day gift for the dad in your life!
I was a little skeptical of this "Roomba for your BBQ" at first. I mean part of being a master (or thinking that you are a master) of the grill is putting the elbow grease into brushing the interior before you touch meat to flame. You use your elbow grease to get that surface nice and shiny. But if I'm honest with myself, that really isn't the best part of grilling. In fact I don't really look forward to it. This Grillbot took the job out of my hands and I have to tell you I'm not complaining. I had to charge it up, push the button to set the amount of minutes to clean, and then let it loose. It was kind of strange hearing it banging around on the inside of my BBQ at first, but when it was done I was highly impressed. It did a better job than I have ever done. If your dad is a grilling aficionado, I highly recommend this tool. Just don't turn on the grill while it's inside! MSRP: $149 and up
2. Eone Timepieces
If the dad in your life loves accessories that are different and spur on conversation, this is the gift for them! It is also designed with the vision impaired in mind. This is where this timepiece gets really cool. It keeps time with two ballbearings instead of hands. This gives you the ability to look at it, or feel it with your hand to tell what time it is. Honestly it takes a day or two to get used to the position of the ball bearings, but when you do it becomes second nature. One thing I really enjoy about this watch is the band. Normally I can't stand metal bands because they pull my arm hair. This mesh band is extremely comfortable and doesn't pull my hair at all. The bonus part of this watch is that a portion of all the sales go to The Seeing Eye, which is the oldest guide dog school in the world. MSRP: $285+