Travel Gear

GAEMS Vanguard

I like gaming, but I seem to be traveling more and more these days and that puts a crimp in my gaming time. The Vanguard, a portable gaming solution from GAEMS could be the answer to any gamers prayers. The Vanguard is a hard shell case with a 19" LED display built into the top [...]

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Posted in: Gaming Gear, News, Travel Gear
scottevest_questvest_44

SCOTTeVEST, or SeV for short, has been producing their patented TEC, or Technology Enabled Clothing, since 2000. Included in a now extensive product line, the Travel Vest (the original SCOTTeVEST), boasted 24 pockets designed to hold all sorts of items for travelers, hardcore technology users or anyone with gadgets to carry on their person. SCOTTeVEST has [...]

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Posted in: Reviews, Travel Gear
tombihn-aeronaut30nightflight

Tom Bihn, maker of travel bags and accessories that are designed smart and built strong in the USA, recently released several new items. First, the Aeronaut 30 Carry-on Travel Bag ($270, upper image). This is the little brother to the original Aeronaut 45 (as it has been renamed), and the numbers indicate their approximate volume in liters. [...]

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Posted in: Bags, News, Travel Gear
moleskine-voyageur

I always like to take my journal with me when I go on vacations so I can go back later and read about the things I've seen and done. I usually print out a Google map with the trip route and stops and glue it to the page that starts the trip. I also glue [...]

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Posted in: News, Travel Gear
HOBOROLL

Being in the travel business, I seem to find myself on the road more and more. Packing for long trips is fairly easy: I pull out the large suitcase, pack it up, and go. Packing for a short day trips or even short tours on my longer travels can be a real hassle. I tend [...]

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Posted in: Bags, News, Travel Gear
MBI HF-1

  I would think it is fair to say that we have done our fair share of flashlight reviews at The Gadgeteer. We get them in all shapes and sizes, so for me to do a review on one it has to be unique or have an unexpected feature. The MBI HF from Match Box [...]

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Posted in: Gear, Outdoor Gear, Pocket Gear, Reviews, Travel Gear
OgdenBag 11

I must admit. I really like having a bag. Whether a backpack, messenger bag, or sling bag. In high school I used three different backpacks in a school year. I own two large travel skate backpacks, both the same brand and model. I couldn't choose between the color designs so I bought both of them. [...]

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Posted in: Bags, Reviews, Travel Gear
lay-n-go-bags-2

Lay-n-Go manufactures "innovative organizational solutions for life, play, and travel."  These bags have drawstrings that pull the bag closed into a ball shape, so they can be carried along with your or used as a storage bag.  They come in various sizes that are small enough to hold your cosmetics or grooming supplies to keep [...]

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Posted in: Bags, News, Travel Gear
calypsotag-2

The CalypsoTag luggage tag pairs your smart phone with Bluetooth 4.0 (iPhone 4s and newer, both generations of the iPad mini, iPad 3rd gen and newer, and iPod Touch 5th generation, Samsung Galaxy S3 and S4) running the app with the CalypsoTag attached to your luggage.  It uses technology built by Chipolo that alerts the [...]

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Posted in: Gear, News, Travel Gear
ecoscooter2

If I lived in a large city with crazy traffic, and insane parking space rentals, I'd seriously look into buying an alternative vehicle like the e-Scooter from EcoReco. This is an eco-friendly electric scooter with a quiet motor that outputs zero exhaust and no CO2 emissions. The scooter's high-capacity Lithium Iron Phosphate (LFP) rechargeable battery [...]

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Posted in: News, Outdoor Gear, Travel Gear
wf-duffle-2

I always get excited when an email comes into my inbox that has a title that starts with "WaterField Designs announces..." because I know I'm going to see a great looking new leather bag that I'll want to try out. That was the case this morning when I learned about WaterField's latest US made Outback Duffel [...]

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Posted in: Bags, News, Travel Gear
travelon-signature-crossbody-2

This cross-body bag from Travelon is big enough, and has a padded pocket for, an iPad or similarly-sized tablet, plus it has room for your other daily gear.  This main compartment locks, to make it harder for a pickpocket to quickly grab things out of your bag.  The Anti-Theft Signature Cross-Body Bag has other features [...]

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RCE-external-battery-featured

Portable battery packs are hitting their stride nowadays, with so many great options available to you that it will surely make your head spin.  I have reviewed many of them here on the Gadgeteer, and I still use most of them.  But I am always in search of better batteries… bigger capacity, faster charging, smaller [...]

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Posted in: Cables, Batteries and Chargers, Reviews, Travel Gear
tsa-precheck

The worst thing about travel these days is waiting through the security check line in airports.  What if you could breeze through a special check-in line, keep your shoes and belt on, and not have to empty out your carry-on and laptop?  What if it only cost you $85 for five years of this special [...]

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Pro-Idee Cutlery

You might think you're prepared for the zombie apocalypse or economic meltdown that sends the world into chaos, but are you prepared for office lunch? I mean, you have your plate, your cup, and your glass, but we are not heathens - we do not eat with our hands. So what's a well prepared office [...]

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Quivvers2

When we're out and about, most Gadgeteers carry a few things: smartphone, wallet, keys, tablet. Maybe a tin of mints. Oh, sure, if we're gone for the day, we'll have a bag of other stuff including power adapters, charging cables and batteries, energy bars, and enough EDC stuff to survive a moon landing. But when [...]

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skyview-travel-seatback-mount-2

I've seen tray-top stands to hold your mobile devices during flights, but they always seemed a little dangerous to me.  Because they weren't tied down in any way, it seemed that your mobile device could go flying in case of turbulence.  The cradle of the Skyview Seatback Mount for Mobile Devices holds mobile smart phones, tablets, [...]

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Posted in: eBook Readers, News, Tablets, Ultra Portables, Travel Gear
aerotray1

Traveling by airplane can be great for getting to your destination quicker than by car. I enjoy almost every aspect of air travel except for one - cramped seating space. I always feel like a sardine that has been crammed into a metal tin. It's tolerable when all I want to do is play a [...]

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Posted in: Laptops and Gear, News, Travel Gear
padandquill_fieldbag-intro2

Pad & Quill have been creating handmade tech-accessories with old-world craftsmanship for many years now. Kari and Brian (Mr. and Mrs. PQ) pride themselves on not creating "cheap, mass produced crap" but incredibly well constructed items they would be proud to give their "discriminating" friends and family...and thankfully the rest of us as well. Recently, they [...]

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Brando Key Chain Lightning Charger-1

"On the road again, I can't wait to get on the road again" oh yes Willie Nelson has it right. I have been hitting the open road or friendly skies more frequently these days, so I have been outfitting myself with tools that I may need while away from my home. One tool both me [...]

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Posted in: Cables, Batteries and Chargers, iPhone, iPad, iPod, Reviews, Travel Gear