I’m always keeping an eye out for the latest and greatest must have travel accessories to make my life on the road easier and more efficient. Right now, these are 5 travel gadgets I won’t go anywhere without.
1. A Lifesaving Lifeproof iPhone Case
One of the products I won’t go anywhere without has served as a lifesaver to my phone for the past year – since splashing out and purchasing a Lifeproof Case, my phone is as good as new and doesn’t have a single crack. They’re a little on the expensive side (retails for $100.00), but for me this seems a better option than paying at least double that amount for a screen repair.
2. Lifetrons iPhone Lenses
I first came across Lifetrons products when I was flipping through an in-flight magazine (am I the only person who reads those things!?). The first thing to catch my eye was the iPhone lenses as I had already heard so much about them from other bloggers/instagrammers who swear by the ‘iPhone only’ rule. I now take nearly all of my photos with my iPhone and love having fun with the different lenses – especially the wideangle for landscapes and the fisheye when I’m feeling kooky (lens set retails for $77).
3. Fujifilm Instax Mini
Then there’s my other love: capturing the special moments on film. I became obsessed with my little Fujifilm Instax since day one and have been carting it around the world ever since. I love the idea that I can keep some special moments just for myself instead of sharing them online, and I think its a great way to savour those moments for your safekeeping. (Retails for $100).
4. Lifetrons Bluetooth Speaker
This is an unlikely suspect but believe me, this thing comes in handy when you’re stuck in a rut and just want to unwind for a couple of hours with a good sound system to set the mood. I use my Lifetrons speaker almost every day to listen to a good set of tunes whilst getting ready for the day, and in the early evenings for some background music whilst I work. It beats the ol’ laptop speaker any day. (Retails for $118 gold edition).
5. Lifetrons Power Bank
Last but not least, my lifesaving device. It will set you back about $200, but it will time and time again save you in those dire moments of needing battery life and not being able to plug in anywhere whilst in an airport, on a plane from the dinosaur age without power sockets, or even when you’ve just forgotten to charge overnight. I take this thing everywhere.