Top 5 Fathers Day Gift Ideas 2010

Mother’s Day has just come and gone, and although we continue to honor mom on through May and the rest of the year, it’s not too early to begin thinking about Father’s Day 2010, and planning for the annual celebration of dad.

So here’s our guide to the Best Fathers Day Gifts for 2010. We’ll be starting with overall top Father’s Day gift ideas, and adding subsequent posts with suggestions specifically for first time dads, dads who cook, dads who are into sports, best gadgets for dad and more. Without any further ado, here we go.

Top 5 Father’s Day Gift Ideas 2010

Weber 22.5-Inch One-Touch Kettle Grill

Bring out dad’s inner grillmeister. Since 1951 Weber has been pioneering the backyard barbecue. Anyone who has owned a Weber will tell you that it’s hard to beat for versatility, durability and great charcoal flavor. This Weber One-Touch Kettle sports a classic design, a large cooking surface (enough for a dozen burgers or shish-kabobs or six large steaks), a porcelain-coated steel bowl and lid, and high quality hardware for years of use. What’s more, Weber’s patented One-Touch cleaning system sifts ash out of the kettle and into the grill’s removable catch pan so cleanup takes only a few seconds. From bratwurst to grilled veggies or even a whole turkey, you can’t go wrong with this Weber. Don’t forget a chimney starter, barbecue tool set and premium Weber cover to go along with dad’s new grill.

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Canon EOS Rebel T2i 18 MP Digital SLR Camera

Featuring an 18.0-megapixel CMOS image sensor that’s the best in it’s class, and increased light sensitivity for low light photography, the Canon EOS Rebel T2i brings professional features into an easy to use, lightweight digital SLR that dad will love. This new flagship of the EOS Rebel line also has an advanced HD Movie mode for gorgeous Full High Definition movies. With some of the most advanced features of any digital SLR, it’s simply the best Rebel Canon has ever created.

Buy now: Buy Canon Rebel EOS T2i from Amazon

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Callaway Big Bertha Diablo Driver

When it’s time to get out the big gun, Dad will stand head and shoulders above the crowd with the Big Bertha Diablo Driver from Callaway. Known for the finest clubs on the market, Callaway delivers an all-titanium club with power, distance and a generous sweet spot. The Big Bertha Diablo incorporates Callaway’s Edge Technology for a high moment of inertia and an optimized center of gravity location, resulting in long, penetrating ball flight and unexcelled ability to craft shot shape. Add Hyperbolic Face Technology for increased ball speed across the entire face for more distance even on mis-hits and dad’s sure to improve his game with the Big Bertha Diablo.

Buy now: Buy Callaway Big Bertha Diablo Driver from Amazon

Mad Men Seasons 1-3 on DVD

Maybe Don Draper isn’t the greatest role model as a father and husband, but any dad nostalgic for the 1960s is sure to enjoy the style and the escapades of the crew at Sterling Cooper. Slip these into the DVD player and pour Dad a Manhattan. With authentic sets and costumes, and great stories well-acted by beautiful people, what more could a guy want?

Buy now: Buy Mad Men Seasons 1-3 on DVD from Amazon

A Heart-Stirring Verse to Show Dad How You Feel

Created by nationally recognized poet, Genie Graveline, here are a couple of sentimental favorites to let dad know he’s appreciated. Double-matted with watercolor graphics and ready to frame, My Father My Hero or A Message For My Father (from a daughter) are sure to tug at the old man’s heart-strings. Come to think of it, you’d better have some hankies ready.

Buy now: Buy My Father My Hero from Amazon

Buy now: Buy A Message For My Father from Amazon

More To Come

This is just the start of our best gifts for dad series. Keep watching the blog for more in the coming weeks, and be sure to bookmark this page and check back for the latest updates.

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