What a Man Needs (Father’s Day Edition)

A woman once asked us if there was a distinguishable difference between what a man needs and what a man wants? We told her that in scientific terms a need is something that a man has recognized as something he has to have in order to survive. A want, on the other hand, is something that a man could live without, but if he possesses the determination to prioritize and pursue, then it will become a priority – and it will be his.

In other words – not really.

Happy Father’s Day to every man with the power to turn any want into an attainable pursuit!

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Amazfit T-Rex Pro Smartwatch

The G-Shock MudMaster is a great way to get an old-school dad a bit up to date with the ‘smart’ generation of watches. But if he’s ready to go full-on HD digital, may we suggest the Amazfit T-Rex Pro. It is a full-service fitness monitor (oxygen, heart rate, speed, etc.), weather tracker, compass, and personal assistant (notifies, schedules, etc.). It has the look and feel of a classic manual watch, but packs a 1.3-inch HD AMOLED color screen.

Check it out here.

Nanoleaf Shapes – Hexagons Smarter Kit

No matter how much Dad has grown up, he will always be a softy for cool gadgets. We’re already going to assume that he has a killer home theater set up, but does he have an immersive screen mirror experience made possible by the Nanoleaf Hexagon shapes. These drill-free screen mirrors hang on the wall behind a home entertainment screen, computer, or even above the fireplace and react to touch, rhythm, or whatever happens to be on your television/computer screen at the time.

Get one here. They also come in triangles and mini triangles.

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Philips Hue Play White & Color Smart Light

Dad might like the idea of the Nanoleaf atmosphere but wouldn’t be too keen on the shapes hanging on his wall, so Philips offers the Hue Play White & Color Smart Light that throws these effects on any wall surface from a small light bar. These can be attached behind your monitor or flat-screen for ultra stealth presentation and are controlled by either Amazon Alexa, Apple Homekit, or Google Home.

Check it out here.

Marshall Major IV Bluetooth Headphones

We thought the signature sound of the Marshall III was good, and as it turns out – it was. That part has not changed at all with this 4th generation of Marshall Bluetooth headphones. What has been changed is the ear cushions, which now cradle your delicate lobes like the dew on a fresh pixie-dusted daisy. It now folds tighter, plays longer (80+ hours), charges wirelessly, and includes an external 3.5mm socket for a friend to tap into. Look at Dad, he’s not only looking comfortable but making new friends too.

Check it out here.

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