Product of the Week: MyStuffLostAndFound.com

koban’s global lost and found service

There’s going to be tons of rookies taking to the skies this week and even if you are a seasoned traveler you could benefit from Okoban’s global lost and found service. There is no annual fee but they do charge $4 per tag and to get subscribed to their lost and found system. But if […]

Product of the Week: Train Reaction Device

Train Reaction Device

Here’s a handy gadget that is perfect for travelers with multiple bags. The Train Reaction Device is a universal luggage stabilizer that connects any two pieces of rolling luggage to create a “weightless” effect while transporting luggage. The highly durable plastic ladder design allows the smaller bag to leverage the larger and makes transporting travel […]

Product of the Week: IDAPT i1 Eco Universal Charger

IDAPT i1 Eco Universal Charger

IDAPT i1 Eco is a dual charger (tip and USB) that allows you to charge all your devices using an innovative interchangeable tip system. How great would it be to you use only one charger for all of your devices? Use it at home, in the car or while travelling and forget about the stand-by […]

Product of the Week: Dynamo Illuminator Wind-up LED Flashlight

Dynamo Illuminator Wind-up LED Flashlight

I bet a lot of people in the Northeast last night wish they had one of these eco-friendly no batteries to replace flashlights. All you do is wind it for 60 seconds and it will give you one hour of light! $9.50 on Amazon.com.

Product of the Week: BarkCode

BarkCode scan-able dog tags

If you travel with your dog you will definitely want to get one of these scan-able dog tags ($15.95) as they use the latest mobile technology to recover your pet. If your pet wanders off all a stranger has to do is scan the QR code and it will list all the dog’s pertinent information […]

Product of the Week: Heated Foot Massagers

Heated foot massager

I recently read this New York Times article about the Best Shoes for Travel. Heather Poole, arguably Twitter’s most famous flight attendant, stated that her solution for tired feet was using a heated foot massager by HoMedics after a long trip. I was surprised to learn that they cost only $24.99 – I might have […]

Product of the Week: The SKWOOSH Travel Cushion

The SKWOOSH™ Travel cushion

Do the new too-thin padded economy class seats on airplanes hurt your butt? They do for me especially when I’m sitting in an exit row and flying across the country. I usually end up sitting on my sweatshirt to get some relief but this new gel-filled travel cushion ($29.99) looks enticing since it claims to […]

Travel Product Review: Buff Headwear

Lindsay Taub and travel pal Lanee Neil wearing Buff Headbands in the Serengeti

When packing for a safari in Africa, one of the most important tips is to be practical. Pack as little as possible and include items that are versatile and can be worn multiple times in different ways. One of the best I found and used basically every day while on safari was a simple headband […]