10 travel-friendly accessories that we've tested that each prove an essential worthy of the luggage space.
Becoming adept at working while traveling requires several instances of trial and error (e.g. always bring your own power adapter; preload an offline map of wherever you’re traveling to) ? strategies and preferences born out of necessity, but also shaped by preferences in comfort we enjoy while at home. Inspired by last year’s City in a Suitcase series I considered my own selection of essentials ? technology, clothing, accessories ? that have earned their place within my luggage whenever a passport is required, each valued because they’ve proved invaluable while working abroad.
This Is Ground Mod Laptop 3
As a devout adherent to “everything in place, a place for everything”, the Mod Laptop 3 is a dream come true to satiate my orderly inclinations, offering storage for my laptop, phone, tablet, plethora of charging cords, camera memory cards, business cards, pens, and notebook. The Mod Laptop 3’s combination of fine leather and well-planned layout of storage options makes this the type of sophisticated travel accessory that ages well while retaining a trusted utility regardless of the situation.
Another recommended and more affordable option for laptops and tech storage are the carry-all and backpacks from HEX.
I’ve come to love traveling with the cordless version of the earbuds that ship with the iPhone. Once outfitted with additional molded covers for an improved fit for my large ear canals, removing the annoyance of the tangle of cords normally associated with headphones/earbuds while listening to podcasts or watching movies/TV shows on the iPad en route offers an instant flight upgrade, even if I’m flying coach.
Raden A50 Set
After one too many instances where baggage handlers tossed my set of Muji luggage around like frisbees, eventually resulting in a corner crack, I decided to ...