Five Last Second Father’s Day Gifts
Father's Day is nearly here and you probably haven't picked up anything for your dad. Be honest. Good news though is it's not too late. You can still find your dad a great gift and make him feel loved. Making your own gift or a gift from the heart is always the best way to go, but if you can't get that taken care of then you can go to a store and pick up one of these gifts. You'll dad will love you either way, but his eyes will grow big when he sees one of these.
Ethan and Joel Coen remake this John Wayne Classic with Jeff Bridges playing the main role of Rooster Cogburn. Bridges is joined by Matt Damon and Josh Brolin in this Oscar Nominated film. Dad's everywhere were fans of the original with "The Duke," and they will love the remake with Bridges and crew.
Stuart's Jewelers in town has stocked up for Father's Day with this playable gold or silver toned golf ball. the ball is treated with a patented plating process and it will not scuff or chip when being played. The golf ball comes with a wood grain base and engraveable plaque to write anything you want for your dad. You can find the golf ball at Stuart's Jewelers here in town at 3419 82nd Street.
The Armani Exchange Smoke-Dial Chronograph Watch is the finest in affordable watches for dad this Father's Day. This beautiful piece is less than $200 and comes with a textured smoke dial with 2 subdials, scrolling date display and is water resistance up to 50 meters. Dad will never have to ask the time again with this watch should you choose to surprise him with it. Bright up dad's day with this watch.
Summer time is the ultimate season for bbqs and cookouts. That's one thing that all dads love to do. Why not set dad up with a new grill. I like the look and performance of this Char-Broil stainless steel grill. It does the job and shines just like dad likes. Surprise dad with a new grill and get the gift that keeps on giving. I can almost envision Father's Day the new steaks or burgers dad will make with a smile on his face. The grill pictured runs for less than $300.
If you really wanna break the bank and get dad something he'll cry over, then go out and get him a big screen TV. I love the look of the Sony Bravia series but any big screen would bring dad to his knees and bring a tear to his eye. It would be perfect to watch his new copy of True Grit on too. Nowadays you can find TV's at falling prices because TV's are like computers, there is a new model every week. Better yet, go to a show and ask to buy out of the box or display TV's. You can usually buy those at a fraction of the original cost.