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4 Gifts for Dad This Father's Day

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Dads always have the answers to your toughest life questions. They're always there to lend a hand when you move, provide you with encouragement and advice when you need to fix your car, and defend you even when you were probably wrong in the first place. This Father's Day, thank him for all of the help and support he's given you over the years. Here are some of the best gifts that he'll truly appreciate.

"Get a gift that keeps on giving."

1. Massaging Pads
If your dad is an active guy, he can benefit from massaging pads and pillows that can support his body weight and work away his tension. Whether he carries stress in his shoulders, back or legs, he can rest the area on the pad and relax as it massages away his discomfort. It's a great way to show your gratitude for everything he does without spending your money on a one-time massage. With a pad that provides a similar treatment, this gift is one that keeps on giving.

2. Heated Blankets
Even if your dad is the burly, tough guy type, it doesn't mean he never gets cold. Get him a gift that warms him up and keeps him comfortable in style. A heated blanket can accomplish all of this so he never has to admit he's a little chilly. All he needs to do is plug it in and drape it over himself. He'll love the cozy feeling and appreciate the thought you put into his gift.

3. Heated Seat Covers
Chances are that your dad has always been a hard worker. He likely spends a major portion of his time at the office, so why not make sure he's comfortable there? A heated seat cover for his desk chair is a great way to make work a little more cozy and bring a sense of home to the office. Find one that lets him adjust the temperature to his liking and roll up for support in key problem areas. Some products allow you to focus more heat on tense spots, like the shoulder and lower back.

Help your dad with his joint and muscle discomfort.Help your dad with his joint and muscle discomfort.

4. Cold Packs
Whether your dad admits it or not, sometimes his muscles and joints can be in pain. Cold therapy can help provide relief for soreness and inflammation. That's why cold packs can be a valuable gift that he'll appreciate for years to come.