That critical phone call you did not place, that timely stock trade you did not make, that important moment you failed to photograph… Whatever your excuse, it won’t be that you ran out of battery power.
I say you can never have too much battery capacity. But you can try, with this monster:
22400 mAh is ridiculous – ridiculously great. Consider me sold.
I like waterproof cameras just as much as the next guy. However, most waterproof cameras are kind of bulky (for a compact) and have a sporty, aggressive look. It is difficult to take them to an event more “dressed up” than kayaking or a pool party.
At least that’s how things used to be before I found a Sony DSC-TX30. It looks slick and sophisticated, but at the same time it is submersible down to 10 meters (about 32ft), and shockproof from heights of up to 1.5m (5ft).
Now that’s what I call an accident-resistant camera! Add a 3.3″ 1.2M-dot OLED display, 5x optical stabilized zoom and 1080/60p video, and you have a perfect travel companion.
Overweight bag fees suck. You can take out the extra stuff, but if you are already at the airport, where will you put it? It’s better not to overpack the luggage in the first place. A luggage scale can help prevent overpacking. Or to back up your argument with the gate agent:)
Here is the one I like:
This slick tool has up to 110 lb capacity. An LCD display, durable stainless steel design, auto shutoff , auto-lock display and a long life lithium battery make this scale a great investment.
Will you be pissed or hugely inconvenienced if you lose it?
If you said yes, put that item in the neck pouch. Wear the neck pouch under your shirt or sweater.
I think I found the right product for this:
This neck pouch lanyard does not contain a slash-proof wire, but the idea is security through obscurity – the thief shouldn’t even see this pouch. With RFID blocking material, information stored in your passport and credit card smart chips is safe.