Travel gadgets every traveller must consider



Traveling is an adventure that opens the mind to new experiences, people and places and often opens the door to new opportunities. From the hustle and bustle of city life, the simple rural setting to the rugged beauty of nature reserves, the key is to enjoy every moment and create unforgettable memories.

Technology is constantly changing the way we travel and what we can access. Continuous invention has produced innovative products which are now part of the arsenal of many travelers.

Here are the travel gadgets every traveler should consider:

Mini Travel Steam Iron

Choosing the right clothes for a trip is a difficult task for many people. The convenience of having an iron means you’ll never have to leave the hotel or lodge looking less than immaculate. This small and compact steam iron can fit in the smallest of travel bags. Typically weighing less than 500 grams, it heats up quickly and has a non-stick sole designed to iron different fabrics.

Scrubba toiletry bag

The scrubba wash bag was designed for the adventurer who really enjoys spending long periods of time camping in the woods, mountains, bush and more. This bag has earned the title of being the world’s smallest washing machine at 142g. It does not use electricity, has a transparent window to monitor the progress of washing and water, has an air relief valve and can be used as a dry bag.

goTenna Mesh

The goTenna mesh is the goTenna mobile communication gadget in places where cellular, WIFI and satellite signals cannot be found. This stick-shaped innovation can be attached to your bag, nearby shrubs, or even your tent. Mesh allows you to create what can be called a private network. It works by pairing one or two cell phones or paired devices to be able to receive messages and receive locations in real time. It has a 24 hour battery and can work with Android and Apple devices.

Video Recording Sunglasses (V2 Shows)

Sunglasses are essential accessories when traveling, but it’s even better to wear sunglasses designed to capture images. With V2 sunglasses, you will rarely feel the need to carry a camera or worry about who will take photos and videos during your adventure trips. These sunglasses can take photos, record 10-second video clips in high definition, and can be used underwater.

Solar insect repellent clothing

Getting bitten by insects and bedbugs and exposing the skin to the harmful rays of the sun are some of the top concerns of travelers. This garment has been manufactured with an ultraviolet (UV) protection capability and certified insect repellent properties. While not naturally categorized as a tech gadget, it is definitely a tech-inspired item that you should consider when traveling. Azulwear and Outdoor Warehouse are some of the retailers you can count on for these products.

Contactless door opener

The Covid-19 pandemic has intensified the need for hygiene in public and private spaces. It goes without saying that doorknobs, elevator knobs, windows and other surfaces trap a huge amount of germs. This multi-tool saves you from touching surfaces, opening and closing windows and doors, picking up trash with your hands. You never have to worry about opening doors, pressing elevator buttons, and touching various surfaces. This smart multi-tool is equipped with an expert-designed hook and spindle that you can use to touch a variety of surfaces. Its price is reasonable and can be attached to a key chain.

Tile mate pro plotter

Your whole trip can easily be ruined by simply misplacing an item. This bluetooth tracker with a range of about 120 meters will help you find valuables. When the item is out of bluetooth range, this gadget will allow you to view the last location of your lost possession. You can attach it to your luggage or to your key ring.

If you are a frequent traveler, for work, or just because you love new places and experiences, consider our suggestions above as essentials to include on your next trip.


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