We’ve compiled a list of the Coolest Gifts for Dads this year. We asked all the dads at RepairLabs what’s on their wish list for this Father’s Day, and here are some of the ideas that they gave us.
Custom Housing Color for his iPhone 4S $249
Custom iPhone housing color change. Choose Dad’s favorite team’s colors.
Laptop Desk – $25
Good for Dad, and the machine.
A Lap desk designed to keep you cool with special insulation that blocks 95% of laptop heat.
LawnBott Robotic Lawn Mower $1199
We’re just waiting for an iPhone app to control it.
It’s not cheap, but if Dad hates mowing, this gift may be worth it.
igrill thermometer and app $79
Just insert the probe thermometer of this device into the meat and use your iPhone or iPad to monitor the temp while you’re off relaxing with a beer.
iKoa Phone Case- $179
Beautiful and Functional
This beautiful case also holds Dad’s credit card and ID.
Bear Grylls Ultimate Survival Kit – $52
Dad can keep this in his care. Or his Bug-out Bag. Camping survival kit. Because Tech Dads can MacGyver anything.
Mouse Armrest -$30
Repetitive stress injuries are a real concern!
This is an ergonomic attachment for Dad’s office chair or desk. It will help reduce the possibiltes of bad posture and repetitive stress injuries from using a mouse.
BioLite CampStove- $129
Roast marshmallows and charge iPhone.
This little beauty also charges devices. If Dad’s a camper, this will be on his list. (It’s good to keep a phone around even when you’re unplugging– in case of emergencies.)
A Gadget Grip Mat – $11
The things he’ll stick to this are limited only by his imagination. Grippy Pad holds all sorts of things in place with an advanced silicone material. (I.e., stolen from aliens.)
DIY Gadget Card – Free
Dads love things you made for them. Even if you’re 30.
A fantastic tutorial and a really creative idea for a card for dad that you can make yourself, with the kids. Look inside each of the “apps” to find a cute personalized message. From Charlottes Fancy.com
We <3 Daddy DIV Photo –Free
You are now dead of the cute.
We think it would be relatively simple to take some posterboard and an iPhone and shoot this picture on a sunny afternoon. If my calculations are correct, the kids need to hold the signs upside down. You stand facing them. Print it on photo stock pop it in a frame for his desk at work ~and best part, it’s Dad’s favorite gift of all. Laurie, the fantastic blogger at Tip Junkie , provided this great picture, but was unable to find the source of this beautiful image.
Hope these ideas get you going to show Dad how great he really is.
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