Woodinville, WA – April 2, 2019 – We know you’re a fan of Dad. This year get him a Father’s Day gift that reflects his favorite hobby or profession. ComputerGear has curated gift items for Dads interested in everything from science to science fiction – many for under $50.
For the dad who loves speed, serve hot and cold drinks using the Car Gauge Coaster Set ($39.99). Class up the garage with these high quality nickel-plated metal coaster set which features one each of vintage dashboard oil, amps, fuel, and speedometer gauges. Black velvet bottom protects tabletops.
2. Beer-loving Dad
Did you know that beer has its own Periodic Table of Elements? This T-shirt features world famous beers from the lightest ales to the heaviest “Schwarzbier” arranged as a Periodic Table of Beer T-shirt ($19.99).
3. Darth Daddy
One of film history’s most iconic story reveals, this classic T-shirt is a must have for Star Wars fans.
Best-selling Star Wars-inspired Who’s Your Daddy T-shirt ($19.99) with a picture of Darth Vader.
4. Dad Who Likes to Go Clubbing4.
Sports most frustrating game has met its match with this humorous take on golf that shows an angry golfer breaking his club. This Golf Frustration Polo Shirt ($29.99) is definitely “fore” the dad who has everything.
5. Tech-worker Dad
Geeky dads will love this Motherboard Men’s Necktie ($34.99). A fun and memorable statement gift,
this tie has a photo of a motherboard printed on microfiber.
6. Mr. Fix-it Dad
Tempt dad out from under the car with thisTool Utensil Set ($24.99). Rev up the engines when dad has dinner with these heavy weight and dishwasher safe forged stainless steel eating utensils. The kit includes a knife, fork, and spoon stored in a molded black plastic tool case.
7. Maker Dad
Does your dad measure up? ComputerGear’s Caliper Pen is functional and fun ($39.99). This German-precision pen is a working ballpoint pen with a built-in caliper, tire tread gauge and thread scale.
8. Number-cruncher Dad
The solution to being late – Math Watch ($34.99). For the dad who loves math, this gift won’t be a miscalculation. Dad needs to solve math equations to read the time on this “very smart” watch where the solution to each equation reveals the time.
9. Grand Dad
Dad wouldn’t be dad without Grandpa. Recognize his with a Great Dads T-shirt ($19.99). Perfect for the dad who’s been promoted to Grand Dad!
10. Out of this World Dad
Socks and undies may not be the most original gift ideas but these Planet Boxer Briefs ($24.99) are colorful, comfy and super stretchy – dare we say it, they may be “The best brief in the universe!” Pair them with Planet Astronaut Rocket Space Men’s Crew Socks ($37.99) or a NASA-branded NASA Logo and NASA Blue Astronaut Boxers Set ($34.99) for a space-themed Father’s Day.
ComputerGear sells a wide range of fun and educational tech, science and math gifts through its web site www.ComputerGear.com, mail order catalog and wholesale to science and tech museums and gift stores since 1993. Corporate offices are at 19510 144th Ave NE #E5, Woodinville, WA 98072. For a catalog, wholesale pricing, press images or more information call ComputerGear, Inc. at (425) 487-3600 x120, email tpowers@ComputerGear.com or visit https://www.ComputerGear.com.