It is no secret that the father-son relationship is complicated. A birthday is the perfect time to put aside old disagreements and wipe the slate clean. Show your father that no matter what, you still love and appreciate everything he has done for you by giving dad one of these fantastic gifts he'll love.
Five Birthday Gifts For Your Dad
- Max Trainer® M3 from Bowflex. Just because you now realize that your father wasn't the Superman you thought he was when you were a kid doesn't mean that he hates putting in a good workout every once in a while. Help your dad get in the best shape of his life, or at least knock off a few extra pounds, with the Max Trainer® M3. This unique exercise machine combines the reduced stress on the joints of an elliptical machine with the muscle-shaping workout of a stair stepper and then throws in an intense upper body workout. In as little as 14 minutes, your dad can get a complete cardiovascular and strengthening workout. Find out about M3 and the complete line of Max Trainer®.
- PLAY:1 Compact Wireless Speaker from Sonos. You and your father may not share the same taste in music, but both of you know how important a quality speaker is for enjoying the songs each of you love. The PLAY:1 Compact Wireless Speaker offers a deep, rich sound from a tiny footprint which fits just about anywhere. Your dad will be able to stream his favorite tunes straight from his smartphone or connect the speaker to his Wi-Fi network for music anywhere in at home. Order two and let your dad easily connect them for real stereo sound which will blow his old speakers out of the water. Check out the PLAY:1 Compact Wireless Speaker on the Sonos website for more information.
- Steaks n' Burgers from Omaha Steaks. Your father may not spend much time in the kitchen but give him a grill and all of a sudden he transforms into a five-star chef. This incredible Steaks n' Burgers package will have your dad firing up the grill. Your father will receive everything he needs to satisfy his inner caveman with two 21-day aged 6 oz. Filet Mignons, two hand-cut Top Sirloins and 6 premium 4 oz. Omaha Steak Burgers. Now that you know what you will get your dad for his birthday, you just have to figure out how to score an invitation to dinner. Find the Steak 'n Burgers package, along with all their other selections at the Omaha website.
- Arccos Caddie Smart Sensors. Help your dad improve his golf game with the Arccos Caddie Smart Sensors which has been rated the #1 Golf Performance Tracker available. It all starts by popping the tiny sensors onto the end of his club, connecting his smartphone and then he is ready to get instant feedback on his swing and playing style. If he plays one of the hundreds of mapped-out courses, the GPS 2.0 will tell him exactly how far he is from the hole and make suggestions which club to use based on his actual playing style and ability. Give your dad the gift of getting closer to becoming the golf legend you always thought he was when you were younger. The best part is that the Arccos Caddie Smart Sensors are permitted under the rules of golf. Learn more about these sensors at the company's website.
- Tiege Hanley Skin Care System.When you were a kid, you always thought your father was the most handsome guy on the block but these days you are noticing a few more wrinkles on his face. Help him rejuvenate his appearance with a monthly subscription to the Tiege Hanley Skin Care System. Each month, your father will receive a selection of premium skin care products sent directly to his door. You can choose from three different levels of the Tiege Hanley Skin Care System:
- Level 1 covers all of the basics. Each kit comes with enough Daily Face Wash, 2x per Week Facial Exfoliating Scrub, Morning Facial Moisturizer with SPF 20 and Bedtime Facial Moisturizer for 30 days.
- Level 2 includes everything that comes with the Level 1 kit and adds AM/PM Eye Cream to help reduce the appearance of fine lines.
- Level 3 adds AM/PM Facial Firming Serum to Level 2 to help control puffiness around his eyes and smooth out his laugh lines.