Ask’s editors came up with a list of various gift ideas for Fathers Day. But first they say you have to categorize what kind of dad you have and what type of budget you have. Here’s some tips from Ask
Budget: If you’re stumped on what to get your favorite guy for Father’s Day, remember that showing appreciation doesn’t have to break the bank. It really is the thought that counts. Be realistic and stay within your means by selecting a budget-friendly gift, especially if you find yourself celebrating several exceptional men on this special day.
Type of Dad: What does Pops love? This is the kind of question you need to be exploring. Is he a music buff? Consider getting him a pair of hip new headphones. Is he an avid runner? He may enjoy a fitness tracker that will monitor his progress. Whatever it is, make sure you take his character into account when shopping for the perfect gift.

Best Father’s Day Gifts for Dad from Ask : 
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Ridge Wallet – Aluminum Wallet- hold up to 12 cards and includes RFID protection to keep his credit cards and personal information safe.
Omaha Steak-For the dad who loves a barbecue steak, you can’t go wrong with a Father’s Day gift from Omaha.
Happy Guy Gift Card- The Home Depot, Buffalo Wild Wings, Burger King, Dell, & Taylor and Autozone.
Leatherman Wave Plus Multitool- Is Dad the type who likes to be ready for anything? Featuring 17 different tools, including a wire cutter, pliers and can opener, this gadget has everything he needs for outdoor adventures and fix-its around the house.
Brooklyn Brew Shop Beer Making Kit- he Everyday IPA kit includes everything Dad will need to brew his own beer right at home. Created by actual Brooklyn brewers, this easy-to-follow kit ensures a delicious gallon of bitter, earthy brew for less than $50.
Amazon Echo Smart Speaker- Think of Amazon’s Echo as his new personal assistant. Operating via voice control, the Echo can recite daily news, blast his favorite classic rock, or even order him a pizza. The Echo can also help out with the chores, including controlling the thermostat and locking the doors.

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