Are you not excited to purchase your very first luggage? You should be. And if you purchase correctly, that brand new luggage will eventually become your good old luggage. It will offer you years of good service. What are the reasons why you are planning to purchase one? Is it going to be used for travel or otherwise? There are different types of luggage to fit all your needs.
JACKET WITH HIDDEN POCKETS. After one of our writers wrote about getting mugged in Barcelona, I looked into travel gear that conceals valuables. There’s nothing better or more fashionable to keep your valuables hidden than the Scottevest clothing line. Their clothes are designed for both men and women and their state-of-the-art website makes it easy to peruse and choose which products fit you best. No wonder so many celebrities wear them. Most jackets have removable sleeves so they turn into vests and all of them, including the pants, have multiple pockets. And I’m talking multiple… as in between 13 and 52 pockets! That’s right—imagine going through airport security without a bag? With Scottevest, you’ll basically be wearing your carry-on. Prices begin at $25 (for a hat with pockets) and if you use coupon code “Johnny” before January 1st you’ll save 20% off anything in their store.
Clothing designers know you can’t be separated from your gadgets by travel, and they’ve created “technology enabled clothing” that makes it easy to bring ‘em all along. The line features the cool MP3 player-friendly “Ultimate Hoodie” — a decent sweatshirt that loves your iPod as much as you do and proves it with gadget grabbing pockets galore. We like it for taking stuff to school in style — travelers recommend packing the pockets for easy airport check-in, too.
Many years ago in a galaxy far, far away, I rode a Whistler chair with a tech weenie who had the most ingenious little thing – a portable cassette player with earphones. It was called a Walkman. Wow – what a concept! I wanted one.cheap, hoodie, sweat shirt, traveller
The All-in-One Adapter with surge protector is the best international adapter I have ever seen, hands down. At $20, it is a screaming deal. Adapters do not convert electricity – you need a power converter or transformer for that; find which you need below under “Power Converters and Transformers”. Foreign electricity is confusing if you’re packin’ powerful appliances, but this electrical adaptor takes the guesswork out of plugs on phone or laptop chargers internationally. Plug it into the wall and your cord into it, and you’re set. Works in reverse, too (like plugging a UK unit into an American outlet).
Choose the best digital camera for your next vacation, whether it’s an African safari or a Caribbean diving trip.
You’re out for drinks at a tango hall in Buenos Aires, with your bulky digital SLR camera back in the hotel room. As the dancers pause in a dramatic embrace, you reach for your smartphone. But it’s too dim, and by the time the built-in camera focuses, the moment has passed.
Welcome to one of today’s biggest travel photography conundrums. Five-or-more-megapixel smartphones give us a false sense of being covered, photo-wise. But all too often, they fall short, and we’re left with blurry, even discolored vacation photos. The truth is that dedicated digital cameras are just as important as ever.Panasonic Lumix TS20 16.1 MP TOUGH Waterproof Digital Camera with 4x Optical Zoom (Orange), The best camera for travelling