Top Travel Gear for June
From noise cancelling ear plugs to a beach tent with built-in sun protection, the top travel gear for June.
QuietOn Active Noise Cancelling Ear Plugs
Whereas traditional foam earplugs only muffle out high frequency sounds, QuietOn’s Active Noise Cancelling Earplugs combine active noise cancellation and acoustic noise attenuation to block out sounds more than 40 decibels. And with no wires to detangle, settings to adjust, or buttons to press, the plugs are ready to go from the minute you take them out of their case.
JOTO Universal Waterproof Case
If you’re planning on spending any time near the water this summer, you’ll want to pack this bestselling waterproof smartphone case. It offers waterproof protection up to 100 feet while maintaining full touch screen functionality, meaning you can take photos and videos and even check emails (if you absolutely must).
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These brightly colored tents are not just easy on the eyes—they’re also water repellent, super portable, and made of a nylon fabric that has built-in UPF 50+ protection. And because of their unique corner anchor bags, which can be weighted down with sand or rocks, you won’t have to carry extra weight or bring additional supplies to secure it in the sand.
Whether you suffer from airsickness, carsickness, or seasickness, the ReliefBand is the answer to getting back on your feet. The FDA-cleared device uses electrical impulses to stimulate the nervous system and quell nausea. Writes one thankful traveler, “I went on a weeklong road trip on back country winding hill roads … I was able to read directions from my phone and look at all the scenery without getting nauseous.”
Jet Bag Reusable Padded Absorbent Bottle Bags
This padded, zip-sealed bottle carrier gives new meaning to the acronym BYOB. It gently cradles your wine bottle and—in the case of accidental breakage—rapidly absorbs the spill, keeping your clothing and other belongings stain-free. If you’ve got a wine country getaway planned, don’t leave home without it.
Arlo Pro Security System
With the Arlo Pro Security System, you can travel while keeping an eye on things back home. Providing wire-free indoor and outdoor security monitoring, the gadget has a wide-angle lens, a 100+ decibel siren, a rechargeable battery that lasts up to six months, and two-way audio via a built-in microphone that allows you to listen in or talk back.
Blumat Self Watering Probes
You won't need to ask a friend to water your plants if you invest in these self watering probes, which provide slow, continual feeding to your greenery. To use, simply fill a vase of bowl with water, then connect one side of the tube to the plant.
GRID-IT Wrap for MacBook
This organizing grid keeps your MacBook laptop and Mac accessories in one place. We love the elastic sleeves, which stretch to accommodate bulkier items such as power adapters.
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