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Father’s Day Gift Guide – The DaysAgo Digital Day Counter

Father’s Day Gift Guide – The DaysAgo Digital Day Counter

Name of the Product  The DaysAgo Digital Day Counter

Price of Product $8.00 for two

Where it can be purchased How Many Days Ago Website

Description

The DaysAgo digital day counter makes a unique, inexpensive gift for dads. With a simple touch of a button the DaysAgo begins counting days, so you can keep track of how many days ago you last did something. Originally invented by two moms who wanted to know how long opened baby food was in the fridge, the DaysAgo has become one of the most versatile gadgets ever. Dads can use the DaysAgo in the garage to keep track of car maintenance tasks like changing the oil or rotating the tires. They can keep track of lawn care or workshop tasks, or all those home maintenance tasks like changing air filters or smoke detector batteries.
 
The DaysAgo comes in three attachment styles – band, suction, and magnet – so it fits just about anywhere.  And the DaysAgo comes in gender-neutral colors like blue, black, green, and orange.

Review   

Wow why didn’t someone make this sooner?  What a great gift idea for anyone on your list.  No more writing on jars.  Just attach the digital counter and you won’t have to do the smell test.  You know sniff sniff, oh this is bad.  We have all done it.  This counter can match the colors in your kitchen.  I absolutely love it. Plus its a conversation starter because everyone who sees it has to know what it is and where you get them.

I received a sample of this product to review at no charge but my opinions are not influenced in any way by this fact. They are my own.

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Julia is a semi retired nurse who is developing an interest in frugal living and coupons in order to prepare for retirement. Mother of 2 and grandmother of 1 her house is always full of people since both her children and their spouses live at home with her. You would think that having a house full of people would make things cheaper but somehow it doesn't, so savings are the way to go.