We all know that Amazon is an absolute treasure trove—but have you ever perused their travel gear section? If not, get ready to do some major shopping. To get things started, we've compiled a list of 13 essential travel accessories that all ring in under $50. From DSLR backpacks and universal adapters to Bluetooth headphones and lightweight duffels, these are the products you're going to want to get before your next trip.
Zoppen RFID Blocking Passport Wallet, $14
Protect your passport with this $14 RFID-blocking wallet. The document organizer's design features a passport pocket, boarding pass compartment, three credit cards slots, an ID slot, cellphone pouch, coin pocket, key holder, and more.
Nomader Collapsible Water Bottle, $22
This portable, durable, leakproof bottle will prove useful no matter your destination. Stay hydrated on long plane rides, loop it around your wrist on a hike, or roll it up and stow it in your backpack for later use.
Altura Photo, DSLR Camera Backpack, $50
Keep your costly DSLR safe with a specially made backpack. This bag can accommodate your camera, a number of lenses, a tripod, laptop, and additional accessories.
1Above Anti Jet Lag Tablets, $20
This anti-jet lag drink made industry headlines when it debuted last summer. A powerful blend of electrolyes, grapeflo (a blend of circulation-supporting polyphenol extracts like those found in red wine), B and C vitamins, and Pycnogenol (natural pink bark), the drink helps to ease grogginess and support immune health.
OEE 7 Piece Packing Cube Set, $20
Keep gym clothes, delicates, sneakers, and swimsuits separated with these space-saving packing cubes. They'll only run you $20 for a set of seven.
iRing Universal Grip and Stand, $18
If you've recently upgraded your smartphone to a larger model, you'll be wanting one of these guys. The reusable self-adhesive grip attaches to the back of your phone and ensures you don't drop it while talking or texting. PS: It's especially helpful for those who ride the subway.
Songday International Travel Adapter, $20
Keep all of your electronics juiced up with this universal adapter that can be used in the UK, Europe, Australia, USA, and Asia. With four USB ports and a prong outlet, you can charge multiple devices at once.
Mpow Bluetooth Headphones, $40
Yes, an immersive hi-fi listening experience can be yours for less than $50. Mpow's Bluetooth headset quickly connects with smartphones, tablets, and TVs offering passive noise isolation and robust high-quality sound. Bonus: A foldable design saves space in your carry-on.
Huzi Infinity Pillow, $40
Travel pillows are a very divisive product, and we get that—they are pretty dorky looking—but, when you're staring down a 12+hour flight, they're a necessary evil. The Huzi Infinity Pillow is our pick thanks to its versatile design.
Arxus Travel Lightweight Duffle, $16
We're all about products that make maneuvering the airport less stressful, and this duffel—which easily slides over the handle of your suitcase—is the real deal. Foldable, tear resistant, and waterproof, the tote is way easier to handle than your usual over-the-shoulder variety.
Travelon West and Dry Bag Set, $14
Dirty laundry and wet swimsuits don't travel well in close proximity to clean clothes. Keep everything separate with these waterproof wet and dry bags.
Anker PowerCore 20100, $44
This pocket-sized charger can recharge an iPhone 7 almost seven times, a Galaxy S6 five times, or an iPad mini 4 twice. It also comes with an 18-month warranty, but given its 10,000+ five-star reviews—we don't think you'll be needing it.
INVODA Waterproof Cosmetic Organizer, $8
Most dopp kits take up an excessive amount of space in your suitcase. But not this compact, bucket-style cosmetic bag which will hold your products comfortably in place without crowding your luggage
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