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​Check out our Father’s Day Gift Guide

​Check out our Father’s Day Gift Guide

You won't have thought of all the things we have

Picture: PROHartwig HKD, Flickr.

Picture: PROHartwig HKD, Flickr.

Father’s Day is on Sunday 4th September. We’ve got together with some of Australia’s top tech and gadget companies to provide you with tech-related ideas.

You can bet that you won’t have thought of everything on there and we’ve got selections that will suit every budget.

We’ve also divided things up into four categories: Vision and Sound, Bits and Bobs, Active and Sporty and High Flyers.

There are items as small as a Corn Flake and even a suggestion for a car. You can get him flying with one of our favourite drones or buy him the best smart watch on the market. If they like their homes to be smart we’ve got a bunch of home-networking kits and we’ve added our favourite TV too (which just so happens to be very affordable).

So have a look and pick something. Or why not buy the whole lot? He deserves it.

Click here to see our Father's Day Gift Guide!


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