Gift Ideas for Different Dads

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Despite what you may have heard, dads are complicated creatures. Like the rest of us, they come in a variety of shapes and sizes, with personalities and interests to match. This being true, shopping for dads can sometimes be tough. One necktie, as it turns out, does not fit all. To make things a little easier, we’ve compiled a list of gift suggestions sure to please every type of father, no matter where his interests may lie.

Bose® QuietComfort 45™ Noise-Canceling Wireless Headphones

One thing dads always seem to agree about is that things were better in “their day.” Better sports, better movies, and most of all, better music. If your father is someone who enjoys his tunes (but not necessarily yours), why not gift him a nice set of noise-canceling headphones? Our pick? The Bose® QuietComfort 45™ Headphones. Universally beloved, the QuietComfort 45™ headphones have it all: wireless capability, incredible sound quality, and a super-comfy fit with on-device controls. Plus, advanced noise-canceling technology means dad can listen to the Golden Age of Radio without having to endure any of our modern-day racket.

Bose QuietComfort 45 Noise-Canceling Wireless Over-Ear Headphones

Bose QuietComfort 45 Noise-Canceling Wireless Over-Ear Headphones

Apple Watch Series 7

For a dad on the go, consider a gift that galvanizes his gallivanting. The Apple Watch is a sharp-looking wearable that combines multiple devices into one. Part wristwatch, part smartphone, the Watch can help dads manage busy schedules, stay on top of their fitness, remember appointments, send messages, and more. Plus, the newer Apple Watch Series 7 includes an upgraded Always-On Retina Display that offers more screen real estate and thinner borders. It also packs a ton of sophisticated health-tracking features, so dads can keep a close watch on their health and well-being.

Apple Watch Series 7

Apple Watch Series 7

Samsung HW-Q800A Soundbar System

If a better home theater is on your dad’s wish list, consider the HW-Q800A Soundbar System from Samsung. This Dolby Atmos soundbar is the latest entry in Samsung’s Q series of soundbar systems. Like previous generations of the Q series, the HW-Q800A includes a separate wireless subwoofer that helps make its bass performance one of the best on the market—something your dad will appreciate and notice when watching Sunday football or his Blu-ray copy of The Bridge on the River Kwai for the ten-thousandth time.

Samsung HW-Q800A Soundbar System

Samsung HW-Q800A Soundbar System

Sony BRAVIA TV

If you’re planning on going all out for dad this holiday season, consider any of the premier panels included in Sony’s lauded BRAVIA series. Available in multiple size configurations, panel type, and image resolutions, the BRAVIA series offers best-in-class options for every type of viewer, including those looking for the crispest, clearest content in glorious 8K. In addition to the breathtaking image quality, the BRAVIA series offers a treasure trove of TV-viewing features, including gamer-approved variable refresh rates, Google-backed smart functionality, and so much more. This year, instead of a necktie or novelty coffee mug, consider getting your father a BRAVIA TV. It might not have “World’s Greatest Dad” stenciled into the side, but if you’re gifting him a picture this good, it kind of goes without saying.

Sony BRAVIA TV

Sony BRAVIA TV

DJI Mini SE

While so-called “Helicopter Dads” might get a bad rap, “Drone Dads” never will. If your father is a flight fan, how about picking him up a brand-new drone? DJI’s Mini SE boasts many features similar to DJI’s more advanced, full-size flyers, including the Mavic Air 2 and the Air 2S. Its compact dimensions are what allow the Mini SE to fly where other advanced drones can’t, while still being able to shoot high-definition photos and videos, thanks in part to an advanced camera setup that includes a 3-axis gimbal-stabilized camera capable of shooting 2.7K video and 12MP stills.

DJI Mini SE

DJI Mini SE

Got any gift recommendations for us? We’d be interested in reading about them, so let us know in the Comments section, below.

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