Dad’s Wishlist

Finding the perfect gift for Dad can be a truly challenging task. Sometimes kids just get busy and don’t have a lot of time to put into researching gifts their dads really want. At the last minute, they decide to add one more tie to an already expansive collection. The following list is designed to save Dad from the traditional piece of neckwear and give him something that will really make him feel appreciated this Father’s Day. Several of these are direct requests from the dads on the Cigar Convo team. All can be ordered online. Families, take the hint.

The Emporio Armani Renato Hybrid Smartwatch – What better way to complement his Armani wardrobe than with wearable technology. This watch syncs to a wireless Apple or Android device and automatically converts to time zones when he travels. Sold out on the Armani website, but Amazon’s got your back here.

Whynter Freestanding Wine Cooler & Cigar Humidor – If dad is a cigar lover and wine drinker, here’s the best gift for his study or lounge. Does what it says on the tin – and looks good doing it. It may not arrive by Sunday, but he’s still be very happy with you. On sale here. For pairing ideas, watch How to Pair Cigars and Drinks.

Amazon Echo Dot – If your dad hasn’t already had this incredible smart home experience, it’s a great time to make the introduction. He can just connect the Echo Dot to his favorite speakers and start making voice commands. Can’t beat Amazon Prime shipping. Order now here. Oh, and about those speakers…

Bose SoundLink Mini II – When it comes to great sound, no other brand compares to BOSE. If Dad doesn’t have the quality speakers needed to make the most of his new Echo Dot, the SoundLink Mini II and Amazon Echo Dot combo is the perfect solution. The combo offers big music sound and voice control. Bonus: Prime Now subscribers can get theirs delivered in just two hours. Grab one here.

Bluesmart One Suitcase – Technology and travel don’t always mesh perfectly, but that changes with the Bluesmart One Suitcase. If Dad is a frequent flyer, this suitcase will make the perfect companion. It implements a TSA-compliant 10,000mAh battery so he can recharge his gadgets on the go. It utilizes GPS and a 3G network, has a built-in scale, and a dedicated department for his favorite technology. And, yes, it has wheels and a handle for easy transport. Ships in 3-5 days, so pick one up in time for the family vacation here.

Tickets – Whether Dad is a sports fan or has a favorite band, tickets to an event are always a good choice for Father’s Day. If you’re lucky, you can go, too.

Colibri Grip Guillotine Cigar Cutter – The right cigar cutter is an essential tool. Get dad a quality cutter and style up his cigar smoking experience. Act fast, order here to get it in time for Sunday. Is dad new to the life? Check out How to Cut a Cigar.

Traeger’s Timberline Pellet Grill – Get him outside. Sure Father’s Day is supposed to be his day off, but would he let anyone else on the grill anyway? This one can handle anything you throw at it from flawless ribs to slow-cooked brisket with delicious, real smoky goodness. Order online at tragergrills.com.

75” Sony 4K Ultra HD TV – Go bigger and better. If your dad appreciates his time in front of the tube, give him an upgrade that will make it an even better experience. This Sony delivers on looks, quality, and screen envy from his friends. You can order one here, and grab hassle-free pro installation while you’re at it.

Spinn Wi-Fi Enabled Coffee and Espresso Machine – This machine does everything from grinding whole coffee beans to delivering the perfect cup of joe with the push of a button. Unfortunately, it’s currently sold out, but you can pre-order now for early 2018 delivery at spinn.com.

Any dad will be thrilled to finally get a gift that is as fun to use as it is practical. If your dad is as stylish as ours are, he’s already got enough ties. Surprise him this year with your good taste.

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