In this age of social media, gadgets are like tootbrushes; you need them everyday and when you lack them, you feel incomplete.
So when you’re going on a trip, gadgets become absolutely imperative for various reasons.
No matter where you’re going or what you’re doing, these travel gadgets might just be your saving grace.
What’s a vacation without memories?
It is hard to capture the full image or get the perfect angle without a selfie stick.
It is an essential accessory to assist in capturing those picture perfect memories.
Hotels are notorious for not having enough power outlets for your devices to charge simultaneously.
A power strip adapter will always come in handy and when you don’t have it, you’d definitely miss it.
Life without music is colorless.
According to techlicious.com, Airbeat has a rugged, water-resistant design and comes with both a bike mount and a suction cup to attach it to any convenient surface.
When attached to a hard, flat surface, the surface itself becomes a subwoofer..
The bookworms of the world are incomplete without good literature but it’s hard to travel light with tons of books taking up unnecessary space in your luggage.
A Kindle will take the space of less that one book but will store hundreds of your favorite books.
Too many phones have been accidentally damaged by water… and what’s wrong with sending messages and taking selfies while in the swimming pool?
The Kobert warerproof phone case is a clear plastic pouch with an easy-to-close lock at the top that seals your phone inside.
It is IPX8-certified, the highest waterproof rating, meaning it can be submerged in water to a depth of 100 feet without any harm to your phone.
Nowadays, smartphones come with outstanding cameras yet they can’t capture images like a device solely dedicated to taking pictures and videos.
Panasonic’s ZS60 takes 18MP images, shoots 4K video at 30 frames per second and has a 30x zoom in a package that weighs just 9.9 ounces.
Although heavier than your average smartphone, the device is still light and portable
Even if this is the only gadget in your pocket, you’re almost fine.
Multi-purposely combining an LED torchlight, power bank, and a Bluetooth speaker, its a perfect example of “big things come in small packages”.
Going somewhere with no cellular service? No problem. goTenna allows you to send texts and send your location to other goTenna users through the phone’s GPS functionality.
The portable device connects to your phone via bluetooth.
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