5 Expensive Gifts that You can Give Your Father on the Coming Father’s Day

5 Expensive Gifts that You can Give Your Father on the Coming Father's Day

It is Fathers’ Day and if you are thinking of something special to gift your dad, you should read further. Fathers’ Day is just another excuse to let the special one know how much you mean to him. Gifts are symbolic of your love and if you want to wow your father, you can do so with some scintillating ideas.

1. Bombardier Flexjet25 Card

Some wise man once said “money can’t buy happiness” but to make your dad feel delighted for several hours, gift him a Bombardier Flexjet25 Card. If you wouldn’t mind drilling a hole in your pocket for your first and special friend, then this card is the one for you. Does your dad love to travel? In denominations of 25, 30 or 35 hours of flight time, your dad can choose from a fleet of Learjets and Challengers. Prices start upwards of $120,000 but they are still quite a deal for a gift as special as this.

2. Watches for the Duo

There are very few such intimate and personalized gifts watchmakers come out with. So this Fathers’ Day, what better way to seal your bond of love than with something more unique, personal and handy? Schaffhausen based IWC introduced a paired set of watches for the perfect father and child duo. The caseback of the watches have a special engraving (Pilot and Co-Pilot) taking it a step higher. The dad gets the Big Pilot’s watch and the Watch Mark XVI goes to the child. And an added bonus is that as you gift something for him, you get a fine piece of it too. Does it get any better than that?

3. Send him off on a Holiday

Is there anyone at all who wouldn’t love to go on a holiday? Perhaps, there could be reservations on the kind of places a person wants to visit but never a denial for a holiday. So identify that place that really tickles your dad’s fancy and pack him off on a warm and cozy holiday with someone he wants to be with or if he prefers some lone time, then so be it.

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