If you know a new dad, then you know someone who is probably a little stressed out. Make his day by giving something he'll really appreciate. Below we've listed some gift baskets for new dads, some funny gifts for new dads, and even new dad survival kits. Whatever you're looking for we've got something for you.
You can now eat just like the Starks or the Targaryens. The Game of Thrones Cookbook: A Feast of Ice and Fire ($20) created by Chelsea Monroe-Cassel and Sariann Lehrer replicates the cuisines across the Seven Kingdoms. You can enjoy delicacies from King's Landing, comfort foods from the North or exotic foods from the lands of Westeros. Whether it's a lemon cake or pork pie, there's a dish in the book you're sure to enjoy.
The Merciless Book of Metal Lists ($10) is an illustrated, irreverent compendium of all the most funny, random challenging facts about the last four decades of heavy metal. Everything you could ever want to know is right here, as well as many things you didn't realise you wanted to know until you read the book. Curios such as which non-metal bands are favored by metalheads and which album cover is full of goats. There are also some cringe worthy metal fashion faux pas, and the truly terrible names some of our favorite metal bands started life as. If you think you know everything about metal this book will prove you wrong.
The Killerspin Throw II Robot ($999) is the ultimate ping pong pitching machine. Their goal was quite simple; to simulate the play of a real person. The included remote control gives you complete control of the adjustments without having to stop playing. Features include pitching speeds of up to 100 balls per minute, topspin and underspin adjustments, 10 ball location points for both forehand and backhand play, and automatic collection and recycling of balls for continuous play. Also the included hopper will hold 120+ balls.
Have you ever wished you could watch 3D movies or video games on your iPhone, well your wait is over. The EyeFly 3D Phone Protector ($35) is now available for preorder. The EyeFly 3D looks and installs like a standard iPhone screen protector, but it has the ability to turn a regular Smartphone in to a 3D display. The secret is the 500,000 lenses embedded in the EyeFly 3D, made possible by nanotechnology. And don't worry about your 2D viewing, the screen protector has no impact on every day viewing. The EyeFly 3D is expected to start shipping at the end of April.