This device, model XGPS150A (there are others), works with Bluetooth-enabled devices. I don’t have this one yet, but I wonder what I could do by pairing it with an iPad. A great in-car or marine GPS and entertainment center?
The device is small and light, which means it should travel well. The battery lasts about 8.5 hours, which should be enough for almost the entire day of driving, sailing or hiking.
This compact money clip allows carrying several cards and some cash in a compact way that does not create a large pocket bulge. It is inexpensive, slim and light. It does the job and looks good doing it!
The item comes in several colors and is made of real leather. My wallet is very bulky in comparison – once I get rid of most junk in it, I may be able to use this money clip:)
These super-soft loafers are easy to put on and take off without bending down. This makes them idea for travel, especially when getting through airport security. I am on my second pair and I really like these shoes.
I prefer dark blue and gray colors, because they help the shoes look clean longer. I found that the sole of these shoes is very durable, able to withstand a lot of walking.
If your travel experience is anything like mine, your devices often run out of battery power. Have you ever got that annoying “9% battery remaining, please plug in your phone” message? Right in the middle of booking a hotel? With no power outlet in sight?
Well, I have found the solution, and it is the Satechi 10000 mAh Portable Energy Station.
Its capacity allows charging of tablets as well as phones. Two USB outlets allow charging of multiple devices at the same time. The Energy Station weighs 7.4oz and comes with a 6-in-1 supply of cables to fit the most popular devices on the market.