5 Great Gift Ideas for Father’s Day
Father’s Day is not long off. A father can inspire, give us a gift of learning, teach us to be the best we can – at what we love to do. Giving to the father is never easy. But, here are 5 gifts that can make life easier in their own little ways. These are gifts for the DIY dad, the grilling dad and the working dad.
1. Living on the Edge
The Saber Grill’s EDGE, a Smarter Barbecue, has a beautiful look, a surprising innovation grilling that blends technology into a fully assembled 2-burner grill that connects via Wi-Fi to your smart phone (iOS or Android device.) The real time feedback lets you monitor gas levels, temperature, lit burners and battery life. Grilling for dad from his comfortable deck chair will be one great picture.
This Briggs & Stratton pressure washer is not you’re father’s father’s pressure washer. This High Pressure + High Flow system takes outdoor cleaning to a different level. The POWERflow+ works on cleaning fences and services, removing mildew stains and grime. The flow part is something pressure washers don’t do – allowing you to rinse away soap, dirt and debris with the same equipment.
3. 12.0 Amp TRIVAC 3-in-1
The WORX TRIVAC 3-in-1 compact blower/mulcher/vacuum is a rugged piece of equipment that brings all three functions together in one compact, lightweight machine, with just a flip of a finger. It’s innovative vacuum tube design that easily reaches under decks and patio furniture with minimal effort. Dad will appreciate that part.
4. Xtend & Climb Telescoping Ladders
Xrend & Climb’s telescoping ladders were designed for homeowners and professionals alike. The Home Series can extend from 11 to 15 and 20 feet, but it’s storage height can be as short as 21 inches. The Pro Series provides the company’s tallest and strongest telescoping ladders. These ladders stores well, with ease of use for both dad and mom to reach storage places and above.
5. Cannon Safe
Cannon Safe has a line of Home Essentials that features safes that can protect your personal documents and valuables – passports, birth certificates, a will, original deeds for properties and vehicles, stocks, family jewelry and more. The benefits of owning a safe is certainly anti-theft, keeping guns out of the reach of kids and protecting from natural disasters.
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