6 On Your Side Answers: Perfect Father’s Day gift ideas

KNOXVILLE (WATE) – Did you know a tie was the original Father’s Fay gift? Father’s Day was first celebrated in 1910 in Spokane, Washington, and fathers were given a tie. Now people buy all sorts of things for fathers.

Celeste in Rockwood asks: “Do you have some Father’s Fay gift ideas that might interest my dad?”

Buying the perfect Father’s Day gift can sometimes be incredibly difficult. A fancy sports car will always top the list, right?

Of course, it’s always simple to take the easy way out with a tie or coffee mug, but why not do something do really special for the old fellow this year?

For the classic dad who likes to cook, at Walmart stores for about $20 is Michael Symon’s cookbook that features 120 recipes for carnivores. The book is a blend of traditional dishes.

For the tech dad, this barbecue companion is the answer to precision grilling. From Amazon for about $40, is this iGrill that works with Bluetooth, so dad can monitor the internal temperature of his favorite cuts from his iPhone.

Again, from Amazon, there’s this simple, yet sturdy, stainless steel fancy looking watch from Timex. It sells for about $56.

Here’s a tool for the perfect shave from Panasonic for $50. It’s this easy clean up electric razor equipped with waterproof technology for use in wet or dry conditions.

Here’s a practical gift for $13. In this Grid-It organizer, Dad can neatly pack all his travel essentials including phone, USB cable and keys in one little area. This way he won’t have to pack all those little bitty things in corners of of his suitcase, only to forget where he put them.

Finally at $300, Amazon offers this GoPro extreme sports camera that clips to helmets amd other surfaces, recording hard to believe video in high definition. He’ll like this one.

You can see Don Dare’s 6 On Your Side Answers every Tuesday and Thursday on 6 News at 4:00.

If you have a question you can send Don an email at ddare@wate.com or call his 6 On Your Side hotline at (865) 633-5974.

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