The holiday season is around the corner so I thought we’d round up quickly, my best 10 travel gifts for Christmas. Bookmark this and Hop in!
1. Security Stop Doorbell Alarm
The SABRE Door Stop Alarm offers a practical, inexpensive means to help protect yourself and safeguard your belongings. The Door Stop Alarm is battery operated with a built in siren. It is portable and doesn’t require any wiring or complicated installation making it ideal for bedrooms, apartments and dorms as well as for hotel rooms when traveling. Pressure from an inward opening door sets off a 120 dB alarm that is likely to startle and scare off an intruder and wake you. Also, the anti-skid pad helps prevent door from opening.
This is one of the only alarms which helps physically prevent an intruder from entering your bedroom or through other inward opening doors.
2.Black Diamond Storm Headlamp
The Storm Headlamp is a very robust headlamp and a good choice for all day and night outdoor activities. The Storm Headlamp is dustproof and waterproof for use up to 1 meter below the surface for 30 minutes.
3. Fitbit Versa 2
Meet Fitbit Versa 2-a smartwatch that elevates every moment. Use your voice to create alarms, set bedtime Reminders or check The weather with Amazon Alexa built-in. Take your look from the gym to the office with its modern and versatile design. See your stats with an always-on display mode. Plus get Fitbit pay, daily sleep quality scores, apps, notifications, 24/7 Heart rate and store 300+ songs for an experience that revolves around you.
4. Portable Travel Steamer
PREMIUM CLOTHES STEAMER: Advanced heating element & metal steel head ensure great performance & reliability. NANO water filter lets you use tap water, with no risk of calcification. Handheld garment steamer always stays cool on the outside & can be put on any surface. This product is for 120V ONLY! Using any kind of adapter/converter with the steamer may cause a malfunction of your unit as well as using it with the 220V sockets!
5. Zipper Wallet Zip Around Wallet Bifold Multi Card Holder
When you’re trying to manage multiple bank and credit cards, cash, your keys, and other essentials organized but don’t want a big, heavy purse or thick wallet to slow you down, you need the Noctuary Zippered Wallet for men and women. It provides more versatility, convenience, and style than a standard wallet, without you ever having to leave important items behind.
6. Belkin 3-Outlet USB Surge Protector
An ideal power solution for business trips and vacations, the Belkin 3-Outlet USB Swivel Surge Protector gives you a convenient, portable way to charge and protect your essential devices. It’s a perfect travel christmas gift!
7. Jabra Elite Active 65t Earbuds
Get me this as a christmas travel gift, please. Hell yea!
Jabra Elite Active 65T Edition is engineered for true wireless music, calls and sport, and features a secure fitting design for enhanced in ear stability when you’re Active, customizable equalizer, integrated motion sensor, and up to 15 hours battery life 5 hours in the earbuds, and an extra 10 hours from the included, pocket friendly charging case.
8. Luggage Packing Organizers Packing Cubes
One of the toughest things to do while packing for a trip is fitting everything you want to bring with you into your luggage. These packing cube system fixes that issue by neatly packing all your clothes tightly into our space saving bags. It allows you to easily store and organize your clothing that makes it easy to pack and even easier to unpack. And this makes it a really nice Christmas travel gift.
10. Digital Luggage Scale Gift for Traveler Suitcase Handheld Weight Scale
The travel design of Luxebell Digital Luggage Scale is conceived to give accurate readings every time.
These are my 10 best christmas travel gifts. Live and love!
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