Father’s Day Gift Ideas

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Father’s Day is coming up, so now is the time to think about gifts. Julie Loffredi shares gift ideas that will please every dad.

Dad who likes to “rock out”:

  • Bēm Wireless Boom Box brings 10 hours of play time and connects in a snap to your phone and a bunch of other Bluetooth-enabled devices. – $249
  • Pill speaker by Dr. Dre. This bluetooth-enabled devices to deliver Beats by Dr. Dre sound anywhere you happen to be. Music, calls, and movies never sounded so good. – $199
  • UE Ultimate Earphones. – $199
  • Two definitive heavy metal books: “The Merciless Book of Metal Lists” by Abrams and Jenkins. – $18.95
  • “Louder Than…The Definitive History of Metal” by Wiederhorn and Turman. – $32.50

Dad who ‘doesn’t ask for directions’:

  • Nuvi by Garmin. The 2013 Nüvi is GPS navigation engineered for use in a car. Nüvi has highly accurate map data and turn-by-turn directions that sound as if they were spoken by a friend. Big, bright screens allow you to focus on the road. Steady, dependable information relies on satellites, not cell towers. Nüvi is dedicated guidance, with models and features to fit any driver. – $350

Dad who loves ‘gadgets’:

  • Nook Tablet. Choose from over 3 million books, magazines and more and get expert recommendations on what to read next. With exclusive video content and 3D page turns, NOOK HD+ makes magazines more amazing than ever before. – $269
  • Logitech Keyboard for iPad is a compact keyboard that combines the best of traditional keyboards and laptop keyboards, for a great experience wherever you use your tablet. – $69

Dad who likes ‘electronics’:

Dad who always needs to ‘recharge’:

  • Powerskin Battery Case can extend the usage of your iPhone 5 up to 70%. – $80

Dad who likes to ‘smell like a million dollars’:

Dad who is ‘hard to shop for’:

Dad who loves to ‘cook’:

  • George Foreman Outdoor Grill (serves 13). Just plug into an outlet and start cooking. – $119
  • Frigidaire Professional Toaster Oven (great for pizza). – $159

For more information, visit: www.askjulie.com.

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