Spotting a frequent traveler at the airport is easy. They don't bother with checking luggage. They remove their shoes in a snap, because they don't bother with laces and they have that cool confidence of a seasoned road warrior. Shopping for such a person can be just as tough.
Here are five gifts frequent travelers can add to their tech arsenal with ease:
One of the hardest things about traveling alot is that it dries you out. The constant changes in elevation can be draining on the body. This tiny humidifier screws onto water bottle lid and then plugs in with USB to create a tiny humidification zone in a hotel room.
This is definitely for more leisure-oriented travelers, but it's smart for lots of types of people. Stash it in your bag and then track your bag on your smartphone. You'll know where your bag is before it gets lost.
This thing is so genius and it's great for ALL people, not just traveling types. It's a bag that basically takes the old school concept of a washboard and contains it in a water tight bag.
I travel about three times a month on an airline that just recently changed its policies and charges for carry on bags. This is a real problem for people who rely on quick in and out of airports. Enter the HEX bag, which is big enough and rigid enough to hold a tablet and laptop, as well as a few days clothing and toiletries, but small enough to ALSO fit under a standard airplane seat. No more overages.
5. Cordito: $45
Cord control is a popular topic around here, but not usually for the purposes of traveling. To keep cords organized, tidy and small, the Cordito coils and rolls them into a smart little tube shape.