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Top 10 quirky Father’s Day gadgets.

With Father’s Day just over three weeks away, we round up the best gizmos gifts for every budget.

With Father’s Day less than a month away, and payday just around the corner, now is probably the best time to start thinking about your gift idea.

Is your dad a tech junkie? Is he tool mad? From personalised golf balls to smartwatches that won’t break the bank, we’ve rounded up the best gadgets on the market, so you don’t have to.

Take a look at our pick of the best Father’s Day gizmos below.

1. Wallet and keys tracking sensor, £11.99

How many times has he misplaced his wallet, phone or car keys, only to find them hours later stuck behind the sofa?

Keep all his devices in sync with this smart tracking sensor. Attach the sensor to his keys, wallet or other essentials to locate it using his iPhone or iPad.

Wallet and keys tracking sensor, £11.99

2. Peanut Butter Maker, £44.95

With this awesome Peanut Butter Maker he can make his very own peanut butter at home – or you can, for him.

To use, simply pour your favourite shelled and chopped nuts into the top of the machine, turn it on, add a bit of oil and wait for your amazing, freshly made peanut butter to pour out of the other end.

Peanut Butter Maker, £44.95

3. Personalised golf ball, £4.99

Is he golf mad? If so, this keepsafe golf ball was probably made for him.

Personalised with his name and with the phrase ‘no 1 golfer’ printed, it’s certain to get him in full swing ready for the next round.

Personalised golf ball, £4.99

4. Amazon Fire HD 7” Tablet, £139.00

Is your dad a movie fanatic? The new Amazon Fire HD 7 is a powerful, full-featured Fire HD tablet with 7″ HD display and dual speakers with Dolby Audio.

It’s perfect for Netflix, listening to music and reading on-the-go, plus, you can borrow it too.

Amazon Fire HD 7” Tablet, £139.00

5. Scribble Writing Alarm Clock , £12.95

This is a first in Alarm Clock history; its a cool clock with a screen that let’s you scribble all your thoughts, ideas and ‘things to do’ on it.

So, when he wakes up in the morning the alarm clock will go off and its screen will show off his scribbles in a cool blue hue.

Scribble Writing Alarm Clock , £12.95

6. Sony SWR50 3 Classic Smart Watch, £126.95

Sony SmartWatch 3

If you want to give him something he’ll definitely use, the Sony Smartwatch is currently on offer for £121.11 at Amazon (RRP £189.99).

The intuitive, interactive Smartwatch 3 feeds the user personalised information on the move, keeping you updated with notifications direct from your smartphone.

So when you call or text him, he’ll be able to view the details straight from his wrist.

Sony SWR50 3 Classic Smart Watch, £126.95

7. Kebab Rotisserie Grill, £79

If he loves a deliciously greasy kebab, you may want to treat him to his very own mini rotisserie grill from Prezzy Box.

Stick some meat on the skewers provided, toss it in the upright rotisserie grill and let the grill work its magic. Within minutes you’ve got grilled meat (or veg, if that’s the way you want it) to chop up and stick in a naan bread.

Kebab Rotisserie Grill, £79

8. Beats By Dr Dre: Solo HD Headphones, £99.99

If your dad loves his music, these Solo HD Beats by Dre Headphones are currently down to £99.99 (RRP £169.99) on Zavvi.

They come complete with a microphone and remote in slick monochromatic black.

For more Beats by Dre deals, see our complete guide here.

9. Self Stirring Mug , £9.95

The Self Stirring Mug is the consummate gift for every dad, who is simply…well, lazy!

Simply flick the switch and the mug stirs away to your hearts content. So he can sit back, relax, and enjoy a nice brew.

Self Stirring Mug , £9.95

10. Tablet bean bag, £24.99

Another one for all the lazy dads out there. The iBeani tablet cushion stand offers a handy stand for iPads, Kindles, or any other tablet computers.

He can carry it on the go, use it in bed, and when the tablet’s out of battery, as a portable pillow.

Tablet bean bag, £24.99

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