Tech.Co’s Guide to Father’s Day Gadgets and Tech

June 8, 2016

1:15 pm

Each June on the third Sunday of the month we gather ‘round the bacon tree, tell tales of how strong our fathers are, and then share what can only be called the worst genre of jokes on the planet: dad jokes. It’s also entirely possible that most people have no idea what the true history behind Father’s Day is, but regardless of what it means to you, it’s primarily a time to honor our dads and maybe get them some cool things we’d rather buy ourselves.

From Ron Swansons to Phil Dunphy and everything in between, we’ve crowdsourced and searched the web for some of the coolest tech and gadgets for Father’s Day. Check out everything in our Tech.C Father’s Day Gadget Guide.

Father’s Day Gadget Guide

Where to Find Them

Note – The price listed is their typical price listing. Many of these will be on or are on sale for Father’s Day.

Scentbird – $15 per month

TrackR – $30

Sky Viper Nano Drone M200 – $30

Custom Branded Callaway Golf Balls – $40

Moov – $60

Automatic – $70

Hum by Verizon – $70+

Sky Viper HD Video Drone V950 – $90

Booq Bags – $90+

Perfect Drink Pro – $100

Edwin the Duck – $100

ShotTracker – $100

Pulse Play Smartwatch – $130

Amazon Tap – $130

Samsung PSSD T3 – $150+

Nano QX2 Micro Drone – $160

Amazon Echo – $180

singlecue – $200

Canary Security System – $200

The Egg – $200+

goTenna – $200

Critical Cycle’s Harper – $200

Myo armband – $200

Lola by Blue Microphones – $250

Nest Learning Thermostat – $250

Rachio Gen 2 | Review – $250

Behmor Connected Coffee Brew System – $300

Digital Electric Smoker with SmartChef Technology – $400

Sensoria’s Smart Running System – $400

Sioeye Iris4G Live Streaming Action Camera – $430

Bluesmart One – $450

Ten Toes Weekender Inflatable Paddle Board – $600

X-Carve by Inventables – $811

Enclave Audio CineHome Wireless Audio Home Theater System – $1200

TAG Heuer Connected – $1500

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Elliot is an award winning journalist deeply ingrained in the startup world and is often digging into emerging technology and data. When not writing, he's likely either running or training for a triathlon. You can contact him by email at elliot(@) or follow him on Twitter @thejournalizer.

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