Five Great Father’s Day Gifts for Under $50
Father’s Day is this Sunday, and dads are notoriously hard to buy for. So if you’re still looking for something good to give him, we’ve got you covered. Here are five great Father’s Day gifts that all cost less than $50.
#1.) An iPad Paintbrush. If he’s addicted to the game “Draw Something”, the website SensuTouch.com has a two-in-one iPad paintbrush and stylus pen. It costs $40 and also works on the iPhone and the Kindle Fire.
#2.) A “Pick Puncher”. If he’s a guitar guy, check out PickPunch.com. They sell what basically looks like a stapler, but it punches guitar picks out of anything made of plastic, like a credit card. You can also get it on SpoonSisters.com for $26.
#3.) The “Daddle”. I’m not sure his BACK will appreciate this one, but the kids might like it: It’s a saddle you wear so they can ride you like you’re a horse without falling off. You can get it on Amazon.com for $40.
#4.) “Star Wars” Ice Cubes. ThinkGeek.com has ice cube trays that make exact replicas of R2-D2, the Millennium Falcon, Darth Vader’s head, and Han Solo frozen in Carbonite. Each tray is $10.
#5.) A Branding Iron for the Grill. This is JUST the kind of stupid thing dads love: It’s like what ranchers use to brand cattle, but it’s for burgers and steaks. (–Which are still technically cattle.)
They cost $20, and the website TexasIrons.com has them in every letter from A to Z.