Father's Day Gifts for Dads Who Love Making Their Homes Smarter

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It's time to celebrate dads. Father's Day is coming up in June, which gives you just enough time to figure out what you're going to get him. Whether you're shopping for your dad, husband, brother, or any other father in your life, we rounded up some of the coolest smart home devices suitable for any tech-loving dad.

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Dads care about security. Smart deadbolts are the way to go for anyone who wants a more secure door with easy access for family and friends. Ultraloq's U-Bolt Pro offers several many ways to gain entry: via smartphone without even taking it out of your pocket, by giving your phone a shake, using your fingerprint, an anti-peep numerical pad, and a mechanical key.

If he wants a smartwatch, but doesn't want to spend hundreds of dollars to get one (or doesn't want you to spend that much), the iTouch Air SE Smartwatch is a really great option. The water resistant watch features a custom watch face, curved screen technology, one touch input, automatic sleep detection, and multi-sports mode. Plus, it does all the other smart things a smartwatch can do. There are several colors to choose from.

Brighten up any dad's life with Bulbrite Solana LED smart light bulbs. Through the Bulbrite app, you can set the scene with customizable scheduling and settings—no hub is needed. The bulbs are compatible with Amazon Alexa and Google home, making it easy to set the mood.

TV remotes make couch life so much better. Universal TV remotes that connect to Amazon Alexa and let you change the channel, turn up the volume, open streaming services, control the soundbar, game consoles, etc. are even better.

Native Union Stow Organizer - $52.49

For the guy who has lots of chargers and no where to put them. The Native Union Stow Organizer is perfect for traveling, but it's also great to use at home for all the miscellaneous cords, cables, and chargers. Buy it here for $60.

When in Rome is a travel trivia game powered by Alexa. Connect the game to an Alexa smart speaker to have her be the game show host. It's a social digital gaming experience that incorporates sounds of real cities and people to make it an immersive experience.

OK, $100 is a hefty price tag for a basketball, but the Dribble Up Smart Basketball isn't the average ball. It connects to smartphones or tablets and works as a virtual trainer. The app counts your reps, speed, and time, and you can get personal feedback in live daily classes.

Amazon's Kindle - $89.99

Perfect for dads who love to read without using actual books. This Kindle with a built-in front light is portable with a glare-free screen that reads like paper, even when used in direct sunlight. It can hold thousands of books, newspapers, and audiobooks, and can last a week on a single charge. Users can highlight passages, look up definitions, translate words, and adjust text size.