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Offline Zarash

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Present for Father's day?
« on: May 07, 2017, 09:28:35 PM »
Father's day is just around the corner as well as mother's day. But since i just have my father as mother had already passed away since i was nine, i want to make my father always feels appreciated and happy during father's day. I was wondering what to buy for him as a suitable present as im a girl and not knowing enough what is suitable for  a man like my father.

Sincerely,
devoted daughter.  ;D :P

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Re: Present for Father's day?
« Reply #1 on: May 08, 2017, 12:45:47 AM »
Well, this is a watch forum... Do you have a watch as a present in mind?
If you do, what budget do you have in mind?
How young is your dad, and is he the outdoorsy type or is he the laid back or the casual smart type?
All these would help determine what watch to get your dad.

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Re: Present for Father's day?
« Reply #2 on: May 09, 2017, 04:08:02 PM »
Father's day is just around the corner as well as mother's day. But since i just have my father as mother had already passed away since i was nine, i want to make my father always feels appreciated and happy during father's day. I was wondering what to buy for him as a suitable present as im a girl and not knowing enough what is suitable for  a man like my father.

Sincerely,
devoted daughter.  ;D :P

Hahaha~ Have boyfriend before? What did you get for him. More or less same thing. Get something he needs daily thats why i would recommend only.

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Re: Present for Father's day?
« Reply #3 on: May 10, 2017, 10:06:47 PM »
Well, this is a watch forum... Do you have a watch as a present in mind?
If you do, what budget do you have in mind?
How young is your dad, and is he the outdoorsy type or is he the laid back or the casual smart type?
All these would help determine what watch to get your dad.
What watch is popular now adays?? Finding one.. I more of an outdoor person... Thinking of getting a present for my parents also.

Offline heilulu

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Re: Present for Father's day?
« Reply #4 on: May 10, 2017, 10:27:30 PM »
Father's day is just around the corner as well as mother's day. But since i just have my father as mother had already passed away since i was nine, i want to make my father always feels appreciated and happy during father's day. I was wondering what to buy for him as a suitable present as im a girl and not knowing enough what is suitable for  a man like my father.

Sincerely,
devoted daughter.  ;D :P

Hahaha~ Have boyfriend before? What did you get for him. More or less same thing. Get something he needs daily thats why i would recommend only.

Get him a watch?? What else do you have in mind. Whats your budget?? I think its important to know what the budget... Today i saw a promotion on alot of gifts... Bought my parents an massage chair. Ogawa Master drive. They loved it.. Hehehe

Offline dualcarb

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Re: Present for Father's day?
« Reply #5 on: May 11, 2017, 05:30:12 AM »
Well, this is a watch forum... Do you have a watch as a present in mind?
If you do, what budget do you have in mind?
How young is your dad, and is he the outdoorsy type or is he the laid back or the casual smart type?
All these would help determine what watch to get your dad.
What watch is popular now adays?? Finding one.. I more of an outdoor person... Thinking of getting a present for my parents also.
It all boils down to budget. You can get a watch anywhere from a hundred ringgit to a hundred thousand.

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Re: Present for Father's day?
« Reply #6 on: May 12, 2017, 08:30:19 AM »
Budget is important... depending on what is your budget only able to come out a range of items you are able to get for your dad.

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Re: Present for Father's day?
« Reply #7 on: May 12, 2017, 08:39:40 AM »
Father's day is just around the corner as well as mother's day. But since i just have my father as mother had already passed away since i was nine, i want to make my father always feels appreciated and happy during father's day. I was wondering what to buy for him as a suitable present as im a girl and not knowing enough what is suitable for  a man like my father.

Sincerely,
devoted daughter.  ;D :P

Hahaha~ Have boyfriend before? What did you get for him. More or less same thing. Get something he needs daily thats why i would recommend only.

Get a massage chair... Last time i also get the same thing for my dad and he loved it... My dad work hard outside... This way he able to relax.

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Re: Present for Father's day?
« Reply #8 on: May 12, 2017, 11:26:30 AM »
Budget is important... depending on what is your budget only able to come out a range of items you are able to get for your dad.
But for me... My dad is a person that would like something that is able to use daily than something to see and touch. Quite different.

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Re: Present for Father's day?
« Reply #9 on: May 12, 2017, 11:30:31 AM »
Father's day is just around the corner as well as mother's day. But since i just have my father as mother had already passed away since i was nine, i want to make my father always feels appreciated and happy during father's day. I was wondering what to buy for him as a suitable present as im a girl and not knowing enough what is suitable for  a man like my father.

Sincerely,
devoted daughter.  ;D :P


Hahaha~ Have boyfriend before? What did you get for him. More or less same thing. Get something he needs daily thats why i would recommend only.

Get a massage chair... Last time i also get the same thing for my dad and he loved it... My dad work hard outside... This way he able to relax.

Massage Chair??? Hmmm~ Thats an idea.. How much did you get it from? New or 2nd hand? Which brand?

Offline Zarash

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Re: Present for Father's day?
« Reply #10 on: May 15, 2017, 04:55:01 AM »
Well, this is a watch forum... Do you have a watch as a present in mind?
If you do, what budget do you have in mind?
How young is your dad, and is he the outdoorsy type or is he the laid back or the casual smart type?
All these would help determine what watch to get your dad.

No. haha. i had gave him watch last year and massage chair could be the present this year since everyone is talking about it these days. Yeah for sure, every aspect i have to take as an criteria in order to match the present with him.

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Re: Present for Father's day?
« Reply #11 on: May 15, 2017, 04:57:31 AM »
Father's day is just around the corner as well as mother's day. But since i just have my father as mother had already passed away since i was nine, i want to make my father always feels appreciated and happy during father's day. I was wondering what to buy for him as a suitable present as im a girl and not knowing enough what is suitable for  a man like my father.

Sincerely,
devoted daughter.  ;D :P

Hahaha~ Have boyfriend before? What did you get for him. More or less same thing. Get something he needs daily thats why i would recommend only.

Get him a watch?? What else do you have in mind. Whats your budget?? I think its important to know what the budget... Today i saw a promotion on alot of gifts... Bought my parents an massage chair. Ogawa Master drive. They loved it.. Hehehe

wohoa, that's sounds interesting. I will take a peek at the ogawa outlet later. Since there was lots of promotion, i will give a try to test it first. Who knows my father will like it.

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Re: Present for Father's day?
« Reply #12 on: June 15, 2017, 01:06:45 PM »
have you tried looking at online shops? although if you buy now might not be in time to deliver? hmm