Whether you like the idea of travel gadgets or not, there are some that are just necessary and super useful. If you’re anything like me, you prefer to pack light and reduce the amount of weight in your luggage. However, with that being said, the following gadgets won’t take up too much space, nor will they cause excess weight.
Universal (All-in-One) Plug Adapter
This is a must for any traveller. There’s nothing more devastating than stepping into your accommodation and remembering that you forgot to buy the correct adaptor for the country you’ve travelled to. With the Universal (All-in-One) travel plug adaptor, you won’t need to go and buy separate adaptors for every country you travel to.
This travel adaptor works in 200+ countries and fits with US UK EU China outlets. What’s more, it has 3 USB Ports(2.4A), 1 USB TYPE C(3A) and 1 AC Socket to charge 5 devices simultaneously with high speed.
Suplong is a very well-reviewed choices for travel adaptors.
Portable Phone Charger
Ever had to explore around just to find a spot where you can charge your phone? Searching around for the right spot to charge your phone at an airport or somewhere abroad can be a pain. Solution? Get yourself a portable phone charger.
These small things come in so much use when you’re out and about and on the move. You won’t always have the time to stop somewhere to charge your phone. You can now avoid going to coffee shops and spending money on an unnecessary drink just to charge your phone.
Anker is one of the best I’ve come across, and it does not disappoint giving you heaps of charge!
Mobile USB Storage – Flash Drive For iPhone & iPad
Okay, so this is a new one my wife told me about recently. I think this is by far one of the greatest inventions for the iPhone and iPad. The usual complaint with iPhone users when on holiday is, ‘I’m running out of memory’.
Next time you go travelling, and you’re wanting to snap more, take more videos and just go all out with recording each and every moment, just grab yourself one of these small tiny USB storage drives and plug it straight into the USB port of your phone.
It’s that simple.
If you’re looking to expand your iPhone or iPad memory without having to buy a new camera or a new phone, buying one of these flash drives will go a long way.
A mobile hotspot can save you a lot of money on data charges and buying international sim card plans. If you’re looking for a reliable and secure Wi-Fi signal you can use in any country around the world, be sure to consider getting yourself a mobile hotspot.
With a mobile hotspot, you can avoid the unreliable public Wi-Fi signals and racking up charges on your data plan.
Highly recommended mobile hotspots for travelling include Huawei, GlocalMe, and MightyWifi.
Which travel gadgets can you not travel without? Please let us know in the comments below.