Father’s Day Gift Guide For All Budgets

By Adrienne Smith
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Photo Credit: Same Sky

Sky’s The Limit ($100 and up)

To give a Father’s Day gift that also does good, head to Same Sky. The company showcases jewelry collections made by Same Sky-employed, HIV-positive women in Africa. These Silver, Onyx or Indigo Cuff Links are just $100, and help empower women to support themselves and avoid poverty. These cuff links in particular are handmade by female artisans from Rwanda.

Go on the Father’s Day adventure of a lifetime.

If Dad still listens to CDs and uses a flip phone (a distinct possibility), he may need a technology push into modern times. Do him a favor with Amazon’s Kindle Fire for $199.00. This easy-to-use digital reader is more like a tablet: it comes with a color touchscreen, streaming for movies and TV shows, built-in Wi-Fi and games or apps. Plus, of course, he’ll now have the ability to read books digitally.

Save Dad from some shopping pains by investing in a Burberry trench coat for him. This Diamond Quilted Warmer Raincoat is a traditional, timeless piece that fits into any man’s closet. It’s easy to throw over an outfit – professional or casual – and lasts forever. Lightweight enough for summer showers, with a button-in quilted warmer for colder evenings, this trench is perfect all year ‘round. Pick black or khaki for $795.00.

Silver, Onyx or Indigo Cuff Links – Same Sky ($100.00)

Kindle Fire – Amazon ($199.00)

Diamond Quilted Warmer Raincoat – Burberry ($795.00)

Visit the Father’s Day section at CBS Local.

Adrienne Smith is an Associate Producer for CBS Local. She loves all things ‘cheesy,’ and has made a pizza app for that. Follow her on Twitter here.

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