June marks the mid-point of 2019; it’s also the when we celebrate the dads in our life on the second Sunday of the month. If you’re looking for that perfect gift, Buyandship has it covered!
For all the tech-savvy dads out there, check out Drop (formerly Massdrop) for unique gifts that you won’t find elsewhere. Drop targets niche enthusiast communities, where its users can buy in groups in order to receive bulk discounts. You’ll also find that the platform often collaborates with big brand names to bring value-for-money offerings to the community.
Do note that some of the products are only for pre-order and will only ship later in the year. Maybe you can give dad a little ‘IOU’ coupon as a heads up? 😉
Drop offers free shipping within the US. Just enter our US warehouse address to take advantage of that and we’ll take care of getting your Father’s Day gifts to your doorstep.
Sennheiser is no stranger to those who appreciate good quality audio. From 2003 to 2009, the brand’s HD 650 was its flagship model. The open-back headphone has shown serious staying power and is still widely considered among the best headphones under US$1,000. Drop teamed up with Sennheiser on its first-ever community-driven design partnership. Naturally, the HD 650 was a natural place to start. A new revision of the popular all-rounder, the Massdrop x Sennheiser HD 6XX has that same great sound plus a few updates and a price that makes it even easier to love!
ROCKETBOOK SMART NOTEBOOK WITH PENS |
Rocketbook smart notebooks feel just like regular pen and paper. The ‘smart’ aspect of it comes from it being endlessly reusable through the use of erasable Frixion pens and your notes can easily be digitised using tech. You can take notes, upload them directly to the cloud, to Evernote, to your email, and more with the Rocketbook app. The Rocketbook features pages made from a polyester composite that’s easy to erase with just a drop of water. Just wipe off the ink when it’s full. The set includes a convenient pen station and a three-pack of Frixion pens.
Hearing your keyboard going clickity-clack can be satisfying — sounds like you’re being productive. Designed in Japan by Tokyo Keyboard, the Tokyo60 is a compact HHKB-style board with a sleek, seamless design. Constructed with two pieces of 6000-series aluminium, the case is machined at a 5-degree angle and combined with the Cherry-profile keycaps for an optimised ergonomic feel.