Procrastinators need last minute Father’s Day gifts

What is it with us humans and leaving things to the last moment? You find the perfect Father’s Day gifts and because you left it last minute the chances of getting them on time are unlikely, this is especially the case when looking to buy something online.

We posted a cool gadget earlier today, the GAEMS G155 that converts the PS3 and Xbox 360 into a portable games system, that most dads would love and could arrive as a late, or you’ll have to find something else.

This got us thinking about all the procrastinators looking online right now for that last minute Father’s Day gift, and we thought it would be a good idea for our readers to get some pointers. So we had a little look around and found a couple of ideas that may help you.

Those of you that want to find a gift you’ll be able to pick up on the way to dad should see this article, which looks at Father’s day gifts that are quick and easy to get, although they will not break the bank. Ideas include an iTunes gift card, Netflix subscription, RC helicopter and GPS.

Crunch Gear has taken a look at 11 gifts for Fathers Day 2011 that are perfect for the geek dad, and range from cell phone cases to rockets and a night out at a cheesy sports bar. The last one sounds like it could be a win-win for son-in-laws, although you’d need to be on good terms with the father-in-law.

Our favorite list comes from USA Today who has thought about gifts with impact, while these are not for everyone, they sure do cater to people who like to do it differently. The gifts range from golf and fitness gadgets to signed guitars, and ideas for military fathers.

Check out the lists via the websites above and let us know what you like the most, also feel free to share your tips with those that love to leave things to the last minute.

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Written by Daniel Chubb

Daniel is the CEO of Dansway Communications LTD and founder of; a top blog dedicated to breaking tech news, hands-on reviews and delivers real solutions to everyday consumer electronics hang-ups.

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