Treat your dad with the help of Amazon Devices this Father’s Day June 19th 2022 (buy now to avoid the dissapointment of unavailable products)

Treat your dad with the help of Amazon Devices this Father’s Day June 19th 2022 (buy now to avoid the dissapointment of unavailable products) Father’s Day is June 19th 2022, […]

Treat your dad with the help of Amazon Devices this Father’s Day June 19th 2022 (buy now to avoid the dissapointment of unavailable products)

Father’s Day is June 19th 2022, and here are details of Amazon’s Echo Studio (£189.99), Fire TV Stick (£39.99), and Echo Buds (£109.99) as gifts that stand out from the crowd and go beyond a new tie.

Echo Studio, with its five speakers for added bass, clarity and depth, is the perfect option for audiophile dads. Whether they love old school tunes from their youth or the latest Top 40, Echo Studio uses Dolby Atmos technology and even adapts to any room by sensing the acoustics of the space so he can hear Rolling Stones or Drake at their best. He can even ask Alexa to play music, read the news or answer questions from the comfort of his chair. Plus, he can use his Alexa devices like an intercom to make requests to any room in the house or even make calls to loved ones with Drop-In and Announcements.

For any busy dads on the go, Echo Buds makes a great gift so they can listen to music, podcasts or stay connected to friends and family, while on the move. Amazon’s wireless earbuds have active noise cancellation and Alexa built-in, making them the perfect earbuds to help you block any noise and enjoy some ‘quiet time’ away from the kids. Small, light, and comfortable, they have up to five hours of music playback on a single charge so you can be on the move for longer.

Fire TV Stick, lets you watch thousands of movies and TV episodes, including favourites from Netflix, Prime Video, Disney+, Apple TV+, NOW and more.* Perfect for film and TV buffs, dads can search and play content using the Alexa voice remote by simply asking phrases like “Alexa, find dramas”, and control playback and settings through asking “Alexa, pause” and “Alexa, volume up” to make streaming your favourite shows even easier. Plus, you can plug it directly into an HDMI port, tucked neatly behind your TV, so you can access your content wherever you go and even take it on holiday. Treating dad to a takeaway, but don’t want to miss either film or food? By connecting your Fire TV to a Ring Doorbell Wired (£49.99), you’ll spot your delivery on your TV simply by asking Alexa to show the live view of your front door.

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