Dads are notoriously hard to shop for, making Father’s Day a bit of a challenge.

The shopping website PriceGrabber recently surveyed 4,450 of its users in an attempt to find out what’s the best Father’s Day gift.

The results? The most the popular gift was a practical one, with 41 percent answering that something like tools, auto accessories or appliances would work as a Father’s Day present. That was followed by hobby gifts (23 percent), entertainment gifts, like movies and video games (21 percent), clothing and accessories (21 percent), tech gifts, like cameras and tablets, (18 percent) and outdoor items (15 percent.)

Most of those surveyed said they planned on spending less than $100 on their Father’s Day gift.

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