With Father's Day quickly approaching, I've found myself struggling with what to get my dad and brother-in-law. Since my busy schedule usually prevents me from being able to head to the mall and look around, it's more convenient for me to get my Father's Day 2017 gifts from Amazon Prime.
If you weren't aware, Amazon Prime gives you the option of receiving your purchase within two days for free. Of course, you have to sign up to receive the benefits, but if you regularly shop with Amazon, the $99 annual fee (or $11/month) will totally be worth it. As an added incentive, first-time users can receive a free 30-day Amazon Prime trial membership — which is perfect for those looking to nab quick gifts this Father's Day.
Though every item on Amazon won't qualify for Amazon Prime delivery, there are still many items that will. From headphones to laptops, the types of products you can find are endless. Even if you're not sure what to get dad this year, Amazon has a plethora of best sellers lists that you can browse for inspiration.
So, whether you're waiting until the last-minute or just not interested in dealing with the crowds at the malls, these 13 Amazon Prime products will give you an idea of what you can get dad this year.
1Crosley Portable Turntable
3'The Overly Honest Baby Book' by Dawn Dais
4Tivoli Audio Model One Digital
Noted as the first smart, microwavable, magically erasing notebook, the Rocketbook Wave is an optimal gift for the dad that loves to write. Whether he's taking notes for work or just jotting down his thoughts, the Rocketbook Wave lets dad save his notes from the book straight to any cloud service he prefers. When he's used up all of the pages in the book, he can just pop it in the microwave to erase.
If you're looking for a way to help dad relax this year, getting him a new mattress just might be the way to do it. A bed in a box, the Nuvanna mattress is an affordable and convenient option for mattress purchasing and gives dad 100 nights to try for free. If after the 100 nights he decides he doesn't want to keep it, returns are donated to the Salvation Army.