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6/17/2016
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9 Gadgets Geeky Dads Will Love

If picking out the perfect Father's Day gift has you stumped, there's still time to scoop up a handy tech tool or two. It's hard to go wrong with a new gadget, especially when there's one for every type of interest and hobby your dad might have.
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ThinkGeek Dual Heated Travel Mug
Help your dad save his coffee before it gets lukewarm. The Dual Heated Travel Mug from ThinkGeek keeps coffee warm on the go. The mug plugs into the car's cigarette lighter to stay heated during a commute. At the office, it connects to a computer or USB hub so coffee stays hot all morning. The mug is made of stainless steel and has to be hand-washed, because of electronic parts.
The Dual Heated Travel Mug has a suggested retail price of $9.99.
(Image: ThinkGeek)

ThinkGeek Dual Heated Travel Mug

Help your dad save his coffee before it gets lukewarm. The Dual Heated Travel Mug from ThinkGeek keeps coffee warm on the go. The mug plugs into the car's cigarette lighter to stay heated during a commute. At the office, it connects to a computer or USB hub so coffee stays hot all morning. The mug is made of stainless steel and has to be hand-washed, because of electronic parts.

The Dual Heated Travel Mug has a suggested retail price of $9.99.

(Image: ThinkGeek)

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jries921
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jries921,
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6/24/2016 | 4:08:55 PM
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Seems to me you're assuming things you don't know.
ANON1249547663249
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6/22/2016 | 11:26:47 AM
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@Whoopty - You're not a dad "yet" - that at least you know of...  :) 
jastroff
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6/17/2016 | 6:18:42 PM
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Tile also works very well for finding small dogs who may hide in the coset during thunder storms!
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Whoopty,
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6/17/2016 | 7:57:25 AM
Tile
I'm not a dad (yet) but that Tile sounds unbelieveably handy. I could do with about 10 of them - keys, phone, wallet, headphones...

My house is tiny. It's amazing I lose things as often as I do.
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