With all we have to thank our fathers for, there’s never a bad time to take the time and spoil him with a great, heartfelt gift idea! From nostalgic book recommendations, revolutionary chairs and Bond-esque watches, we have collected up some of the coolest gift ideas for a 60 year old dad.
#1 Leatherman Tread Tempo
Unique, travel-friendly and genuinely functional, Leatherman Tread Tempo Watch is a perfect gift for every man, combining legendary Tread bracelet, a wearable multitool wrist band, with a stylish, water-resistant timepiece, featuring precise Swiss-made quartz movement, scratch-resistant sapphire crystal and DLC carbon-based coating.
Contributor: Lukas from military1st.com
#2 American Leather’s Comfort Air
The Comfort Air chair came to be after years of developing a patented technology that completely individualizes the way a person lounges in a chair - without restrictions. It's infinite seating positions are designed to literally move with you, smoothly transitioning your body to your ideal sitting position, for an individualized, custom seating experience. The chair supports those with back problems and makes it easy to get in and out of the chair -- great for an older dad.
Contributor: Jennifer K. Green-Moneta, Executive Vice President & Managing Partner from www.burns-360.com
#3 The Original Worm
The Worm combines the benefits of therapy balls with a foam roller to provide relief from stiffness and muscle pain from neck to feet and pretty much everything in between. It's portability makes it the perfect gift for those on the go, whether you are kid going to soccer practice or heading out on a business trip. Perfect for travel, The Worm is sold in 53 airports nationwide.
Contributor: Karen Atkins, founder from theoriginalworm.com
#4 On This Date In Music – Michael Walter
On This Date In Music is a book with a daily story about a significant event that happened in the world of music on each date. Stories range from Edison patenting the phonograph in the late 1800’s to Pharrell Williams’ incredible ten week run at #1 in 2014 with his uplifting song “Happy.”
Each story is told in approximately 800 words aimed at being concise and interesting. This is the perfect compendium for any music lover and can be used as a reference book or for a daily dose of compelling tales of tunes we all love and bands we all follow.
Contributor: Mike Walter, Owner of eliteentertainment.com
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