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Talk about an offer dad can't refuse!
To help ease your worries about Father's Day, E! News has curated a gift guide for dad that even his idol Mark Cuban would likely approve of. You may not be able to afford a whole NBA team, but you can still treat him like the Mr. Wonderful he is.
Just don't spend too much! According to fellow shark Kevin O'Leary, you should be investing $100 a week.
The sharks definitely know a thing or two about money management, but who knew they could also spot some great Father's Day gifts?
Keep scrolling to see our favorite gifts that appeared on ABC's hit series Shark Tank. Whatever you end up choosing, you're bound to see a return on your investment in the form of appreciation.
Looking for a new way to workout and get even stronger? Try these weights that are super easy to store. FitFighter is a strength and conditioning system originally designed for the fire service but now provide a mix of on-demand library of workouts for any man.
For the adventurous dad who never seems to know what to wear, add to his whimsical collection with a safari-themed "romp-him." The eye-catching ensemble is guaranteed to land him compliment after compliment. Plus, it's from the genius company Tipsy Elves who specialize in holiday sweaters.
MyoStorm Heating Vibrating Massage Ball Roller
MyoStorm has created the first massage ball to combine vibration and heat in one device to relieve muscle tension and promote relaxation. Four sharks made offers to the creators when they appeared on Shark Tank in 2019. They ultimately accepted Lori Greiner's offer.
Bombas Set of 4 Ankle Socks
These socks will change his Peloton game for the better. The company also gives back to racial justice causes. Bombas previously donated $250,000 to five organizations chosen by black employees that "combat the root causes of systemic inequality in the black community."