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Father's Day Gift Ideas

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What do you get for a dad who has everything? Unless he has a hobby, shopping for Father's Day can be difficult, especially if your dad is the type that doesn't drop hints about gift ideas.

Luckily, there are a few options that always work in a pinch. If inspiration hasn't struck yet, check out some of these nifty gift ideas.

For the Productive Dad - Espresso Maker
If your dad can't function in the morning without a cup of coffee, it might be nice to give his caffeine craving a little twist. Add espressos, cappuccinos and lattes to his breakfast beverage options with a Pump Espresso Maker. It's the perfect gift for a dad who loves a hot drink in the morning but needs a little variety every now and then.

For the Fun-Loving Father - Frozen Drink Maker
Coffees and espressos aren't the only drinks your dad enjoys. Summer is here, which means it's time to relax in the sun with a frozen drink in hand. There are Margaritaville® frozen drink makers that are specifically made to blend the perfect cocktail. This is how you turn Father's Day into a party.

For the Frugal Foodie - FoodSaver® Vacuum Sealer
If your dad doesn't have a vacuum sealing system yet, now is the time to change that. An easy-to-use FoodSaver® FM2100 Vacuum Sealer isn't just the perfect gift for a dad with a garden, a hunting hobby or a love for cooking. It's a smart buy for anyone who wants to save more and waste less.

If your dad likes saving in the kitchen, check out a vacuum sealer.If your dad likes saving in the kitchen, check out a vacuum sealer.

A FoodSaver® Vacuum Sealer has the potential to save families around $2,700 annually because it allows you to buy more in bulk during sales and save food for five times longer to ensure that it doesn't go bad before being used. Not only that, but there are dozens of other convenient uses for it - from quick marinating to sealing up your valuables.

For the Family - A Big Dinner
Sometimes the best gift for dad is some quality time with the family, and nothing brings people together like a big meal. Plan to treat everyone to a home-cooked dinner. Buy something special or pick one of dad's favorites. Then, vacuum seal it afterward so he can enjoy a little bit of Father's Day throughout the week.

 
 
 

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