Here Are Some Great Travel Accessories To Make Your Vacation Easier, More Comfortable And Safer

 

 If you would like to know what travel accessories are available to make your trip easier, more comfortable, and safer, here are some great products.  These items should be available at most  luggage and travel accessories stores.  
 

What are compression bags and can they save a lot of space in your travel luggage?
 

If you use space saving clear plastic compression bags when packing your clothes, you can save up to a whopping 80% more space in your luggage.  They can be used over and over again for many years of very easy packing.
 

What is a non-slip security wallet and how does it work?
 

One accessory you should consider buying is the non-slip security travel wallet.  It is about the same size as a regular wallet but it has non-slip rubber on one side which will rub against and catch on the inside of your pocket if it accidentally slips out of your pocket, or if someone tries to pick your pocket.  Always put your wallet in your front pocket.  Under no circumstances should you ever carry your wallet in your back pocket.  Professional thieves the world over call it “the sucker pocket”. 
 

Here’s a great trick!  You can convert your wallet into a non-slip wallet by putting a couple of wide rubber bands around it.  Another solution that will help with the pickpocket problem is a chain-equipped security travel wallet which can be attached to your belt. 
 
The secret waist wallet is a wallet that compliments the non-slip travel wallet.  It fits nicely under your shirt or blouse, but is still easily accessible.  It is not a good idea to lift your shirt or blouse up and open this wallet in public as you never know who is watching, like a would be pickpocket, or robber.   It is best to open it discretely where no one can see you doing it, such as in a public washroom stall.
 

A leather money belt that has a concealed, zippered pocket on the inner side of it, is an excellent security travel product.  You can hide paper money, small, foldable documents, or a key in the secure, zippered pocket.
 

Security socks are stay-up, elastic stretch socks that have a concealed, zippered pocket on the inside of each one of a pair of these socks.   These socks would be very difficult for a pickpocket to access.
 

Another unique accessory is the RFID blocking passport holder.  This radio frequency identification holder protects your passport, and other important documents that could be compromised by data-stealing hackers.
 

Combination and key accessible combo luggage locks make it possible for custom’s officials to unlock your checked luggage for inspection with special skeleton keys, then lock your luggage up again.  You then can dial the combination and you can open your luggage.  This can save you a lot of time and money replacing regular locks that custom’s agents had to break to gain entry to inspect your luggage.  Another great plus with these combo locks is that you don’t have any keys to worry about losing or replacing.
 

You can carry a personal, battery-operated security alarm that emits a loud, shrill pitched sound that may help ward off a mugger or robber.  Another product that is less expensive and will produce the same effect is a referee’s whistle, which you can hide under your shirt or blouse, attached to a string and hung around your neck. Battery-operated hotel room intruder alarms are great hotel room safety devices.  One type of alarm hangs on the room’s door knob.  Any movement of the door knob or door will set the alarm off.  Another one is the doorstop type which you push under the door’s bottom edge.  If someone tries to open the hotel room door, the alarm will be triggered.
 

Women travelers can get an innovative security purse that has a steel cable sewn into the strap.  This will foil a thief who attempts to cut through the strap and tries to take off with their purse.
 

Easy is the word for the pocket pillow that is approximately 6” x 4” x 1”.   It inflates to about 19” x 15”, and is handy to carry with you.  It makes a comfortable pillow to rest your head upon.
 

Always protect your eyes from the tropical sun when traveling by wearing sunglasses that carry both a UVA as well as a UVB certified protection label.
 

A handy little book light that clamps on to the edge of your book enables you to conveniently read in dim light or total darkness.  It also allows you to read in the dark without disturbing your sleeping travel companion. 
 

If you are backpacking you should consider wearing a steel-mesh equipped backpack.  These great backpacks have a security steel mesh sewn into the bottom and sides, the most vulnerable places where a thief could slash it with a knife.  When this happens, everything tumbles out, and the thief and his accomplices grab anything of valuable and run away in different directions.
 
Keep in mind that you will probably have to use adaptor plugs and converters if you are traveling to certain countries.
 

A large travel accessories store, Magellan’s, has an award-winning catalogue that has everything for travelers from adaptor plugs to secret security wallets.  You can order their catalogue online, at Magellans.com
 

Tilley Endurables is a legendary manufacturer of sun-protective travel clothing and accessories. They created the world-famous Tilley Hat and specialize in making stylish, comfortable, and practical outdoor hats and travel clothing.  Most of the fabrics that they use in manufacturing their hats and clothing carry a certified UPF 50+ rating label, which is the highest rating for sun protection available.  You can order their sun-protective clothing and accessories catalogue on their website, at Tilleys.com.
 

 

 

Dorothy Yamich has a passion for travel. She has lived and traveled extensively throughout Europe as well as traveled in North America, Central America, and the Caribbean.  She is a travel consultant and specializes in luxury cruises as well as vacation packages.  If you are looking for information on cheap airfares, fabulous discounted luxury cruises and great holiday deals, visit: http://www.traveltipsguide.com

 

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Dorothy Yamich has a passion for travel. She has lived and traveled extensively throughout Europe as well as traveled in North America, Central America, and the Caribbean. She is a travel consultant and specializes in luxury cruises as well as vacation packages.