Travelling for work or pleasure can be one of the greatest joys in life, as you visit exotic destinations and experience new cultures and delicious food. Even though most of us love to travel, there can be some aspects that are daunting. So, to make things easier on yourself, check out some of our top travel accessories. Some of these gadgets are specifically designed for when you arrive at your destination while others will help you enjoy your journey along the way.
If you’re taking a long haul flight you don’t want to have to worry about jet lag. It can set you back days until your body fully catches up with itself, and they say it takes one day per hour of the time change to get over the lag. So if there’s an eight hour time difference where you’re heading, it could take you eight days to completely adjust.
Re-timer glasses are designed to help your body beat the jet lag symptoms faster, by gradually altering the time of day your eyes are exposed to light. Wear these glasses for 60 minutes a day starting three days before you depart and they’ll help you sleep better once you reach your destination. There’s over 25 years of university research on this product and a 60-day money back guarantee.
High-tech foot warmers
There’s nothing worse than having cold feet while you’re travelling, especially on a plane. ThermaCELL have created heated insoles to give you a solution to those chilly toes.
These heated insoles don’t require external batteries or wires and can recharge in four hours or less. They can be trimmed to fit any shoe size, are water resistant and last up to four hours of constant use. If you tend to get cold feet while flying, or are just travelling to a chilly destination, these will be a life saver.
Cobra King LTD Black Driver
If you’re planning a golfing holiday, why not invest in a piece of kit that gives you the GPS distances for 40,000 courses around the world?
Released in 2016, the Cobra King LTD Black Driver is the first ‘smart club’ in the golfing industry and features COBRA CONNECT Powered by Arccos, a swing analysis system. An ultralight sensor is embedded into the grip, which allows golfers to track the distance and accuracy of their swings. You can get all this information by downloading the Arccos Driver smartphone app, as well as that all-important access to data on pretty much any course you could ever want to play at. If you’re planning a golfing getaway any time soon, this driver is a great way to improve your games abroad.
Water purifier bottle
If your travels are taking you to a country that may not have a clean water drinking source, a life saving gadget is the Go! Water Bottle by Water-to-Go. This lightweight water bottle uses three-in-one filter technology so you can drink safely from any non-salt water source. You won’t need to spend a fortune on bottled water during your trip, instead just fill up your Go! Water Bottle and drink confidently knowing that the filter eliminates over 99.9% of all bacteria, viruses, chlorine, fluoride and heavy metals.
Each filter lasts for two months, so you’ll be well covered.
Bluesmart smart suitcase
It’s a common occurrence, you go on a trip and once you land in the airport you find out the airline has lost your luggage. The Bluesmart Smart Carry-on Suitcase has its own location GPS tracking, so you’ll always know the location of your bag using the Bluesmart app. You can also set a distance limit so you’ll be notified if your bag is separated from you. If you’re a keen social media user or travel a lot for work, this case has two USB charging ports and an internal battery so you can charge your smartphone on-the-go.
With these travel gadgets your next trip is sure to be a breeze. Let us know if you have any more must-have gadgets we should know about.
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