Best Travel Gadgets – 7 Best Travel Gadgets Useful For Travelling

Best Travel Gadgets – 7 Best Travel Gadgets Useful For Travelling

Best Travel Gadgets – 7 Best Travel Gadgets Useful For Travelling

Best Travel Gadgets: So, there are people who love traveling and then there are people who love traveling smartly. This article is actually for both these types of people, and I’m going to tell you some absolutely essential travel gadgets all of which by the way are also affordable so let’s dive into the list:

UltraProlink 12 in1

This is like the god of Gadget boxes so you can open this box and it has a USB C2C cable but there are different tips for all sorts of devices there’s a lightning tape a USB A1 and also a micro USB one so basically you can turn this into any cable you want but that’s not the most interesting part, the interesting thing is that this is a 15-watt wireless charger I’m not even kidding plus this works as a phone stack not done yet this even works as a MicroSD card reader it works as a torch and you also get a sim ejector and slot for SIM cards yeah it is pretty much has everything yes this is probably the ultimate traveling kit 14 000 rupees.

Flight Phone Mount Stand Holder

With Flight Phone Holder travel more smartly, you can just set it up in front of you and enjoy your movies and shows. I also like that this phone holder can be rotated and even the angle can be set so you can set it up according to you, in fact there are a lot of other ways you can use it and it’s small and fits right into your pocket so it’s very versatile.

Invisible Laptop Stand

Next up is an invisible laptop stand. I have the stand attached right now, but can you see it? No, right? Well, okay, voila! This Rs 1500 stand is really awesome. It is not visible when you use your laptop normally, but when you want to use the stand, you can set it up that way and use it on the go. Awesome! It has two angles and built-in magnets. I like the height it offers, as I can rest my palms and type without any problem.

There is no vibration in the main typing area; only the corners move, but you don’t type there, right? Surprisingly, this stand is super thin and lightweight at 85 grams, so it doesn’t add any noticeable weight to your laptop. It attaches via adhesive, which made me skeptical initially, but it can be removed without leaving any scratches or marks and can be reused as well.

Nano Power Bank

Size matters when it comes to travel gadgets – the smaller the better, right? This is a regular 10,000 mAh power bank, and this is a 10,000 mAh Nano Power Bank. Power banks are a must when traveling, and the small size of this Nano Power Bank makes it very useful. It’s more convenient to carry in your pocket and has all the features: a USB-A port, a USB-C port with support for 20W PD charging, and Quick Charge 3.0. It uses high-density lithium-ion cells, which are commonly used in EV batteries, which accounts for its small size. The Nano Power Bank is priced at Rs 1700. Another power bank that deserves special mention is the Rs 2400 power bank, which although not that small, has wireless charging support and also works as a stand.

Foldable Charger

There are a lot of wireless chargers available, but this one is probably the best for travel. It folds up and attaches magnetically, making it extremely travel-friendly. It is great when you are staying at a hotel as you can use it to charge your phone, earbuds, and smartwatch. It works with Android devices and supports MagSafe for Apple devices. It also has LEDs that show if charging is on or not. It is priced a bit high at Rs 4500 but is very practical.

Universal Adapter

Next is this universal adapter that works all over the world. I call it the “Miss Worldwide”. It has one power output socket and two USB ports. The different types of plugs make it a must-have: one plug for India and some Asian and European countries, one for the US and Japan, one for Australia, and one for the UK. It also has a locking mechanism and a compact size. If you travel abroad a lot, this is a must-have and at just Rs 400, it’s worth it.

Camera Shutter Button

If you’re traveling alone, taking photos can be tricky. This extremely useful, extremely affordable Rs 179 Camera Shutter Button can save your life. It’s simple: turn it on, pair it with your phone via Bluetooth, and you’re good to go. Now you can set your phone, pose, and use the camera’s shutter button to click photos. How cool is that? You can still take great travel photos even if you’re an introvert.

Bonus Gadget: Portable Bidet

Time for the bonus gadget, which is probably the most essential device on this list. Wondering what it is? When you travel abroad, you may find that the toilets do not have jet sprays, even in some hotels and flights in India. This portable bidet is a solution for you or your spouse. 

Thanks for reading, and I’ll see you in the next article.

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