Father's Day 2014: Best tech gifts

From a 3D printing pen to the best fitness accessory on the market, here are the tech gifts to make your dad smile on June 15

With Father’s Day fast approaching, we road-test some of the best tech so you don’t have to.

From headphones to wear at the gym to a coffee mug with a French press inside, there should be something for even the most discerning dads.

Click on the gallery to see the IndyBest buys

Verdict

Coffee-loving dads will appreciate the Minibru Mug, while creative types will enjoy getting stuck in with the 3D printing pen. If he's on a bit of a health kick, the Misfit Shine will help him to reach his fitness goals.

Buy now

1. Aurvana Air Headphones, £59.99

2. Minibru Coffee Mug, £24.99

3. HomeMonitor HD, £149.99

4. 3Doodler, £99.99

5. Misfit Shine, £79.95

6. Quadrocopter with LEDs, £54.95

7. Kindle Paperwhite, £109

8. PS4, £384.99

9. Kenwood Breadmaker, £79.98

 

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