A friendly reminder that Father’s Day is on Sunday, June 16. If your dad isn’t afraid to fly his geek flag, then he’s a perfect candiate for our curated list of geeky gifts. Show the man who helped make you who you are today some extra special love this year.
Nest Thermostat ($249) (free shipping)
The thermostat of the future is here, now. A smart technology that helps save money in the long fun and can be controlled with your favorite iOS device. TIP: Make sure it will work, first and check your system compatibility.
Ink (by Sincerely) (Buy 50 credits for $9.90 to use for Ink or Postagram)
An app available for iPhone, iPad and Android, easily create a beautiful, personalized card to be sent via snail mail. What’s geeky about this? You used technology to do it. (Build in three to seven days for it to reach the final destination.)
SeV Travel Boxers ($20.00) ($5 shipping)
Hide your most important travel accessories in your boxers. Sounds a little intense, but if dad is a frequent flyer, he’ll appreciate the added security. These boxers are lightweight, have a smartphone pocket and passport pocket.
Personal Embedded Equalizer t-shirt ($29.99)
This t-shirt has a built-in equalizer and animates to ambient noise or music. Your dad will be a walking conversation starter. It’s a great add on if you got dad concert tickets this year. TIP: Don’t forget your AAA Alkaline batteries.
mophie Juice Pack Powerstation Pro 6000mAh Ruggedized External Battery ($99.95) (free shipping)
Never let dad run out of juice for his smarphone phone ever again. Tough design and up to 2.1amp, high-output charging. This powerstation has the largest capacity of all juice packs and is compatible with most devices.
Olloclip 3-in-1 iPhone lens ($70.00) (ships in 24 hours)
For the photo-loving pop. This three-in-one system fits over the corner of an iPhone and allows you to take fisheye and wide angle/macro photos. They’re made from glass and create a super sharp, professional-looking photo.
Brolly Texting Umbrella ($19.99)
If Dad likes to text, even when it’s raining, The Brolly Texting Umbrella has a soft and rubbery finger-grip handle to keep fingers free.
HoverBar for iPad 2 ($79.99) (free U.S. shipping)
HoverBar connects iPad to your Mac or table creating an awesome second monitor setup. You can easily move and pivot to get the perfect position for viewing. TIP: Attach the HoverBar to a coffee table near where dad watches TV. If your cable provider and/or television has an iPhone app, it becomes the perfect remote replacement.