Hey you, son or daughter out there! Remember bugging your dad for something? Then REALLY bug dad and considering giving him a six-legged, radio-controlled HEXBUG Spider XL for Father's Day.
With a day left before dad's day, June 16, you might be pondering what to buy at the last minute for your father or that special man in your life.
The National Retail Federation (NRF) says Americans will spend slightly more this Father's Day than last year. The survey, conducted by BIGinsight, reports that the average person will fork out nearly $120.00 on dad's gift this year, up from $117.14 last year. Total spending for Father's Day is expected to reach $13.3 billion.
One of the main categories where dad will feel A LOT of love is electronic gadgets, to the tune of $1.7 billion. A tablet or GPS are some of the popular toys in that price tag.
The HEXBUG Spider XL won't set you back that far, costing $39.99. It is 65 percent larger than the Original HEXBUG Spider, and features 360 degree steering, an LED forward eye, and two-channel, user selectable radio-controlled remote control.
It's a toy that dad could share with the family. (This gentle and kind request--just let him claim it and own it on his day.)