iSafe (Reviewed: Jan 2012) The iSafe fanny pack is always armed and ready for use. By quickly pulling down on the hidden draw strap you will immediately produce a mind numbing shrieking sound that is sure to draw attention, startle your attacker - gaining precious time to with an advantage over your attacker. iSafe is advertised as being the world's loudest personal alarm system - containing two 125 decibel sirens and a high intensity LED strobe … [Read more...]
We have personally tested and used all of the travel related products reviewed on this site.
Some but not all of the products reviewed have been sent to us as samples.
Precision Voyager (Reviewed: Jun 2011) by EatSmart is a small lightweight digital hand-held scale that is just the ticket for determining weights of luggage before leaving on a trip. We've all seen people frantically unpacking items at the check-in counter to avoid the overage weight fees - especially these days. This items removes the stress and worry of whether your luggage will be over the airline weight limits. Simply unclip the strap and … [Read more...]
Head Hammock Traveler (Reviewed: June 2011) There are a lot of items that claim to make sleeping in airplane Economy seats more comfortable - with limited success, most we've tried are related to pillows or a brace behind your head/neck. The Head Hammock is somewhat different in that it allows you to lean your head forward slightly and rest against a well supported cotton hammock. This simple yet ingenious invention is the brainchild of Theri … [Read more...]
iPhone 4 Super Juice Case (Reviewed: Apr 2011) Short battery life is certainly a problem with smart phones including the Iphone 4. When your on the road its no fun to run out of "juice" and have no way to charge it when trying to listen to music, play games or surf the net. Make life easier and your phone last longer with the Super Juice Case from Dexim. This "Applesque" looking item serves not only as a durable case but also extends the charge … [Read more...]
Urbandillo (Reviewed: Apr 2011) tote bag (the "Classic Hobo") is the creative idea of Veronica James, fashion designer and avid traveler. The bag embodies her philosophy of"shrink and go" fashion. Similar to the animal which inspired the companies' name, this tote bag shrinks down into a fairly small ball with the pull of the draw cord using Urbandillo's patented SHRiNXtm design. The Urbandillo seamlessly blends style and function. Its the … [Read more...]
Pelican i1015 (Reviewed: Mar 2011) is the ideal case for the extreme adventurer or outdoor enthusiast. This is a great fit for rock climbers who want to protect their phone or those involved in other adventurous activities. The shell of the case is made from hard plastic with foam and inner rubber inside. The case is water resistant but not waterproof (not meant for swimming). It even comes with a small carabiner. The case was designed for … [Read more...]
Double Decker Duffle (Reviewed: Mar 2011) The "beauty" of this product other than its obvious fashionable design is its versatility. This bag can be both a carry on or a roll-aboard (in line wheels with a telescopic handle) and is the latest in the line of travel bags and accessories designed by long time inventor Joy Mangano. This duffle bag is stylish (even the luggage cuff is elegantly designed), yet super practical and durable. It is made … [Read more...]
Hazel Mail (Reviewed: Nov 2011) is a slick new service that updates the "old style" process of sending postcards by using the Internet rather than sending a physical paper postcard. Simply bring up their website, www.hazelmail.com and upload one of your travel photos, write your short letter, and fill in the address information. This costs merely $1.50 to send to most locations in the world. For the time it takes to track down a postcard in a … [Read more...]
Booklight in a CoverTM (Reviewed: Oct 2010) is a handy little device that provides light for reading (Three AA batteries required). It is cordless, clipless and clutter free. Often we find ourselves traveling in situations both during the day and at night with very little ambient light. This is the answer to reading under low light conditions! Merely slip a small book into the cover pockets, pull up the LED light from the cover spine. This light … [Read more...]
Yak Pak (Reviewed: Oct 2010) sells a variety of laptop and netbook sleeves in various colors, sizes and styles. This company was actually conceived "on the road" by founder Stephen Holt while he was in a remote part of Tibet in the late 1980's. Different themed sleeves are available. The sleeves are available in both foam and neoprene (same material as used in wetsuits) versions with easy 3/4 sleeve zipper access. This is an excellent light … [Read more...]