Whether you're planning a trip or need to buy a gift for someone who loves to travel, we've got a few gadgets that the traveler will love. We looked for items that will help keep you safe, make travel a little more comfortable, and we even found one that will help keep your electronics organized.
Are you ready for the big trip? If not, don’t worry Amazon can help.
Hit the road with great travel gear from Amazon
Whenever you travel, security is always a concern. With innovative technology, criminals can rip you off without ever touching your credit or debit cards.
But not if you have RFID blocking technology built-into your wallet or purse. This Zoppen multi-purpose RFID blocking travel passport wallet will do the trick.
Keep identity thieves away and protect your personal information with its RFID blocking shield material. It has a passport pocket, room for a boarding pass, three credit card slots, an ID slot, a sim card pouch, a cellphone pouch and more.
You can order one from Amazon. It could end up saving you big time.
The last thing you want when you finally reach your destination is a sore neck. Let’s face it, airplanes aren’t the most comfortable places to spend huge chunks of time.
You can make it a little more comfortable though with this Everlasting Comfort memory foam neck pillow and travel kit.
The pillow is ergonomically designed with an orthopedic raised lobe contouring on either side that allows your neck and head to lean comfortably. It even has a small elastic pocket that fits your smartphone so you can listen to your favorite music or podcasts.
The kit includes a padded adjustable sleep mask and memory foam earplugs, so you can rest in full comfort.
Get yours from Amazon. Order now while you’re thinking about it so you’re ready for your next awesome vacation.
You’ve got the tablet, the laptop and the phone, check. You’re all set to hit the road.
But wait, what happens when they all run out of juice? You won’t have to worry about that ever again with this Power Packer tech accessory organizer bag.
Easily store all your power cables, USB chargers, extension cords, adapters, plugs, flash drives and more when you’re on the move.
This sturdy travel case keeps your valuable electronic accessories safe while optimizing your bag space.
Vacations are the perfect time to explore nature. There’s no better time to be adventurous and get out of your comfort zone to check out all the beauty Mother Nature has to offer.
But that might lead you off the beaten path a little and find yourself in the middle of nowhere, without enough supplies to make it through the night.
This LifeStraw personal water filter is a way to make sure you have water that’s safe to drink, no matter the source. It removes bacteria and parasites.
The microfiltration membrane removes 99.999999% of waterborne bacteria including E-colli and salmonella, and 99.999% of waterborne parasites.
The filter will provide nearly 1,000 gallons of clean and safe drinking water. It really could be a life saver.
Speaking of drinking water, this TETON Sports TrailRunner hydration pack can keep you hydrated on those long hikes.
It’s lightweight and comfortable and can keep you hydrated while running, biking, hiking or any other exploration you decide to do on your trip.
It works for anyone - men, women and children - and adjusts to fit all frames. It also holds plenty of water with its 2-liter hydration bladder.
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