Whether your dad is a corporate mogul or a sanitation engineer, a long shore man or long board man, father of twelve or father to just you, it’s time to celebrate the man on Father’s Day, June 17, 2012. A recent survey asked men what they’d really like for Father’s Day. And a tie didn’t even make the top 10.
Top of the list of most wanted gifts is help in the yard, but let’s face it. If you didn’t do that while you were a kid living at home, there is little to no chance you’re going to give him that now. So, what else is on dad’s list?
Sports tickets and meat ranked second and third in the survey. If season tickets aren’t your dads idea of fun, and you don’t much like the idea of a steak of the month, consider several popular gadgets. Dads are easy to buy for because they love a great gadget. What dad wouldn’t love this hand tool box designed with a set of five screwdrivers for especially made for watch repair. He can remove and replace links, repair loose parts and even change his own battery.
Other great gadgets for dad include the GL1 Vehicle Diagnostic Tool for the iPhone which directly connects your vehicle’s engine On Board Diagnostics to you iDevice, letting him run an app to find out what dad’s car is actually doing.
Dads also say they love fishing gear, grilling tools and golf clubs. And your dad would look so sharp on the 8th hole sporting this Rolex replica with black dial and brushed stainless steel case. The bezel is brushed stainless steel with black enameled luminous minute markings and the crown is a polished stainless steel cut work with Rolex logo. Gorgeous, and at a price of $155.00 it is affordable to everyone. Dad will brag to his buddies about how successful his child is and will love showing off his new clubs and watch. And maybe, he’ll be so happy that he’ll quit asking for grandkids.