Adafruit Gift Guide: #FathersDay Edition

Happy Father’s Day to all the awesome dads out there who encouraged and inspired us. Return the favor this Father’s Day with a gift that inspires HIM! A very traditional Father’s Day gift is the good old tie. Why not amp up the traditional tie with an awesome LED Ampli-Tie Using Flora with this Adafruit tutorial!

Dad doesn’t wear ties? Checkout out more great Father’s Day gift ideas below from our Adafruit store!

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Spending quality Father- Daughter time together is a gift in itself. Build more happy memories together with Maker Dad by Mark Fraudnfelder!


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Capture those memories with your Dad with a photograph from a
35mm Twin Lens Reflex Camera Kit from Gakken Perfect for the photography loving father!


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For the Dad that can do anything! Here’s a gift to help him make anything! Or rather print it with a PrintrBot Simple Metal 3D Printer – Black – Assembled


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Your Dad will love getting dressed up for special events with these open source light up ICufflinks Read more.


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Your Dads always been their for you, now you can give him a helping hand with this super helpfulSuper Fancy Third Hand Kit from Hobby Creek with Four Arms


Still can’t decide what to get him. Get him an Adafruit Gift Certificate so he can the perfect product for his next big project!


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