Father’s Day Tech Gift Guide

by Stephanie

Every year, more than any other holiday, I stress about what to get my dad for Father’s Day. He is the kind of man who doesn’t like a lot of “stuff,” but the stuff he does have is pretty stellar. So this year, in order to avoid the stress, I rounded up some gadgets and accessories far in advance that I think he would really like.

So if you are looking for the perfect piece of tech to say, “Thanks for all you do, Pops,” be sure to check out the list I put together over on My Life Scoop. Click here to read the full post, and let me know what you are thinking of gifting the dads in your life this Father’s Day. (I’ll need to start planning for next year as soon as possible!) — Stephanie

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  • The polaroid camera kind of made me chuckle. I don’t think my dad will ever, ever go back to film. He’s always texting me pics of his dogs or emailing pics of his hikes. So a digital camera is more up my dad’s alley.

  • I found a Polaroid SX-70 at a thrift store for $10 last year. Super find!! @Graciela, film is coming back with a certain demographic, especially younger/hipster dads might go for the Polaroid.

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