Travel Gear

Traveling in today’s environment with heightened security and tightened airline rules/regulations can be a real pain. Just keeping up with your travel documents and passports can be tough. I have been fortunate enough to travel on a regular basis and I am usually not alone when I travel, so that means keeping up with double… Read More

If you are a frequent traveler like I am, you probably have a pretty high standard for your suitcases and travel gear.  I am no different.  I travel 25-50% of my time for my job and finding that perfect bag for those 2-4 day trips has been an ongoing quest.  I have quite a collection… Read More

Incase, known for their innovative bag designs and Apple-friendly products, has entered the smart luggage market with the new NoviConnected 22 Smart Hardshell Luggage. They’re bringing a pretty amazing set of features for the road warrior.  The NoviConnected 22 is TSA approved for carry-on at 22″ by 14″ by 9″ and is built with a… Read More

After four months taking ideas from their fans and frequent flier customers, WaterField Designs has unveiled their new Air Porter carry-on bag. The Air Porter has been designed to slide and stand up under the airline seat in front of you. It has two compartments that offer ample storage for all your important gear and… Read More

Earlier today, WaterField Designs of San Francisco announced their newest bag. It’s a new version of their TSA-friendly Zip Laptop Brief. The Zip Brief is a bag for travelers who don’t need to carry everything, but just the essentials. This bag has been designed to unzip around three sides so it can lay flat for… Read More

It might look like a weirdly shaped paper airplane, but it’s actually something that will make your next airplane flight more comfortable. And if you’ve flown lately, you know that comfort is hard to come by on a commercial flight with the way they cram people into planes these days. The Soarigami is a folding armrest… Read More

I have more carry-on bags than I would like to admit. The reason is simple, I haven’t found one that fits all my travel needs. Do I want a backpack or a roller bag? Can I use it when I get to my destination without looking like I am carrying a carry-on bag? So, basically… Read More

I only fly once or twice a year, but when I do, it’s a hassle to get to my gear when my bag is either in an overhead bin or under the seat in front of me. These bags from Walter + Ray solve that problem by putting your gear in a much better location… Read More

The next time you’re packing your gear for a trip that involves a flight, you might want to consider a pair of AirClipZ. What are AirClipZ? They are a set of two plastic hooks that are made in the US and have been designed to hook to the top edge of the tray table on the… Read More

If you’ve ever found yourself in a situation where you have some food, but no spoon, fork, or knife to help you eat it, you might want to consider adding the Unitensil from Folditflat to your arsenal of EDC tools. What is it? The Folditflat Unitensil is a 3-in-1 reusable and foldable eating utensil that has a spoon… Read More

Have you ever gone on a trip and had to pack all your bottles of medications and supplements only to find they take up too much space? The PillSuite helps eliminate that problem. This system allows you to organize your daily pills into a pill organizer which has a spout on the lid so that… Read More

Even as a frequent business traveler, I have not mastered the art of sleeping on long flights.  I’ve used a variety of horseshoe shaped neck pillows, but have not found a satisfactory product.  These days, I reserve window seats and lean against the fuselage for some shuteye. The main issue I’ve had with current neck support… Read More

Even though I’ve reviewed a few backpacks to hold my gadgets and stuff, this is the first bonafide suitcase I’ve reviewed. I don’t travel much for my job, but when my wife and I travel, our cheap carryons are nothing but a pain—and kinda embarrassing when seen at an airport. So when the very attractive ec-bc… Read More

While I travel a great deal within the US, I don’t often go out of the country and thus I rarely need my passport. But my wife has plans for the Gadgeteer Kid and me before he goes off to college and beyond. We are currently planning a nice long trip to the British Isles for the G.K.’s… Read More

My family and I really enjoy traveling. Whether it’s a day trip or a week-long adventure, there are few things better than a little getaway. As a family of tech enthusiasts, everyone has their favorite gadget(s) they want to bring on a trip. Most of the time, we need immediate access to our gadgets and… Read More