Cool Travel Gear: Part 1

SpareOne Emergency Phone

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© spareone.com

Whether you are taking a regular vacation or embarking on an outdoor adventure, it is always a good idea to carry a spare phone with you. The SpareOne is powered by a single AAA battery and can last up to 15 years between battery changes. Each battery can give the phone up to 10 hours of talk time. This level of reliability makes it the ultimate spare phone to have.

Wine Skin

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© wineskin.net

Since it is now mostly not possible to carry on large amount of liquids on your carry-on luggage, many people have to resort to storing their wine and liquor souvenirs in their check-in luggage. Check-in luggage are often subjected to rough handling that often result in broken wine bottles and spilled liquids. The Wine Skin is basically a bubble wrapper bag specifically designed for storing wine bottles. It not only protects your bottles of wine from rough handling but also protects the rest of your luggage contents in the event of spills and breakage since it is watertight.

Talking Pocket Translators

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© ectaco.com

There might be plenty of free smartphone apps that can help you translate languages but most of them require an internet connection to work well. Pocket translators are much more reliable when traveling to exotic locations.

Google Maps Offline

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© google.com

Many are not aware that you can now download maps of many major cities all over the world on Google Maps so that you can use it later without any data or internet connection!

Google Chromecast

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© google.com

If your hotel comes with a HDTV set and a good, free wi-fi connection, you should definitely bring the tiny Google Chromecast dongle with you. It is basically a compact media streaming device that allows you to stream a large variety of online content on a HDTV. There is nothing more pleasurable than having access to your favorite TV shows and movies while you are on the road.

Travelon Folding Fan

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© travelonbags.com

Is is fashionable? Maybe not, but you definitely would want to have one of these one a hot, sweaty excursion. This is a personal travel fan with a twist literally. The fan blades can be tilted at 90 degrees where the blades will blow cool are straight to your face when you have it hanging around your neck.

Hammock

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© ddhammocks.com

This might not be a very high tech gear but many are not aware of the pleasures of being able to set up a hammock wherever they like. They are small and very affordable so there is no excuse for you to not bring one with you especially when you are going on a beach or an outdoor vacation.

Money Belt

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eaglecreek.com

We don’t mean the money pouches that you wear underneath your clothes. We are referring to fully functioning pant belts that have secret compartments for storing your cash. Besides being much more comfortable than hidden money belts it is also one of the safest places to store your cash when you are traveling.

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