Looking for a meaningful way to let Dad know how much you mean to him this Father’s Day? As he has dedicated his life to taking care of you, signal that you now want to take care of him by giving him gifts that will inspire him to get active and healthy. Motivate him by selecting pieces that will not only help him feel good, but look good as well. Encourage him by offering to join him in his quest towards fitness. Not only will you get to spend quality time with him, both of you will also work towards having long and happy lives.
The Authorized Mi Stores in Trinoma and SM Megamall are ready to help you in this journey, as they showcase Xiaomi’s diverse selection of smart products and lifestyle accessories. Xiaomi has made a name for itself as one of the most exciting and disruptive technology brands today. While there has been a lot of buzz surrounding its smartphones – which offer the latest technologies at the most honest pricing – it has other offerings that extend its brand of design and innovation to other areas of life and makes them accessible to more people. Show your love while encouraging Dad to get active and healthy with the following:
● Mi Polarized Sunglasses (Php 1,890) – mirror lenses provide protection from harmful UVA/UVB rays. Each stylish pair comes in black, blue, gray, and gold.
● Mi Running Shoes (Php 995) – lightweight with a classic style and a comfortable fit, each pair can inspire Dad to go on more morning runs.
● Amazfit BIP (Php 3,490) or Amazfit PACE (Php 6,200) smartwatches – the Amazfit BIP can monitor Dad’s sleep and heart rate on its 1.28-inch Corning Gorilla Glass Screen, while the Amazfit PACE includes a heart-rate sensor and music player that Dad can connect to his Bluetooth earphones while he’s working-out.
● Mi Electric Scooter (Php 18,850) or Mi QiCycle Electric Bike (Php 26,995) – these are weekend toys that will surely keep Dad feeling young! The Mi Electric Scooter can run up to 25 km/h, covering up to 30 km in a single charge. Meanwhile, the Mi QiCycle Electric Bike can be pedaled as a regular bike or made to run on its own up to 20 km/h once Dad gets tired.