9 Travel organizers to keep everything sorted on your trip
Packing might seem easy, but it can be tougher than a Rubik’s Cube. From not wanting your smelly shoes on your clothes to weight limits, there’s a lot to consider. Start packing the smarter way with these (pretty clever) travel organizers.
- Are all travel accessories boring? When it comes to travel – whether, by car, boat, or plane – many of us opt for comfort above all. As a result, we sacrifice style. But that doesn’t need to be the case. Here are seven travel accessories that combine form and function so you can travel in style anywhere you go.
- Which backpacks are best for being organized on your daily commute? Whether your commute is 15 minutes or 50, the way you carry all your gear can really affect how dreadful your journey is. Make sure you have a backpack that can handle the journey as well as all your stuff while keeping it in reach.
- Which EDC items will help you bring more while carrying less? From our smartphones to our keys to our cash and cards – a lot goes into our pockets and it’s easy for things to get cluttered. Streamline the way you carry your goods once and for all.
Whether you love the city sights or you love going off the grid, travel is good for your soul. If you’re smart about traveling, you probably pack in a practical way. You’ve got an outfit for any occasion but your luggage isn’t over-stuffed – this isn’t your first rodeo. But, even if you pack light, you may arrive at your destination to find your shoes on top of your nice shirt and your toiletries exploded into your underwear.
It’s time to start packing smarter.
By using smarter packing solutions, you can keep everything tidy no matter how many layovers you have.
Vasco 7-Piece Smart Packing Luggage
The interior of a suitcase can often leave you wanting. With usually nothing more than a divider, at most, your clothes, shoes, dirty socks, and toiletries have to coexist. The Vasco system solves it all. The seven pieces help you totally and completely compartmentalize your luggage. With shirts in one, underwear in another, and even a spot for your travel documents and passport, everything is packed (and will remain) exactly> where you want it.
TheLeatherExpert Leather Travel Toiletry Bag
Bringing toiletries along on your journey is imperative but how you bring them is down to preference. For us, we prefer the Leather Travel Toiletry Bag. It’s loaded with compartments and pockets along with a large storage space for anything and everything you may need to bring. Plus, the stunning leather exterior gives your travel gear an upgrade in sophistication.
Killspencer Parachute 2.0 Drawstring Sports Bag
Some things just should mix like orange juice after brushing your teeth and putting your dirty shoes and your dirty laundry next to your clean clothes. These Drawstring Sports Bags come in two varieties, the Shoe Bag and the Laundry Bag, to help you keep your stuff tidy and organized (and not smelling like the gym).
Haber London Flat Leather Passport Holder
The suitcase gets all the glory when it comes to packing, but the most important items you have on your are your passport and your money. The Passport Holder gives your travel documents a comfortable and safe home along with up to six cards and some bills. Even with all this storage, it stays flat and superbly organized so you can pack it wherever you need.
Matador FlatPak Travel Toiletry Bottle
Most airlines have a lot of restrictions when it comes to flying with fluids. You could sport the standard bulky plastic bottles that never seem to give you every last drop of your condition. Or, you could go for the FlatPak Travel Toiletry Bottles. Super duper thin and packable, they’re actually 3.5 times more compact than those old plastic bottles you’ve been using. They’re approved by the TSA and hold up to 90ml.
PaQ Luggage Packing Companion
In the rare event that you don’t overstuff your suitcase, you run the risk of everything moving around and becoming tangled or worse: your gear could break. PaQ inflates at the touch of a button once you close your suitcase. It fills the excess space, saving your gear from bumps, swings, spills, damage, and creasing. Although it expands up to 650 cubic inches, it folds down to an impressively small size for storage.
This Is Ground Tech Dopp Kit 2
Exceptionally convenient, this bag is like a toiletry bag for your tech gear and has a spot for everything. This includes anything from your adapters and cables to your battery packs and earbuds. In a suitcase-friendly rectangular shape, the Dopp Kit is easily packed in with the rest of your clothing, gear, and belongings. Thanks to premium materials and design, it also holds its shape to keep all of your valuables safe and secure.
TUO Travel Undergarment Organizer
TUO Travel Undergarment Organizer helps travelers organize their undergarments or small items neatly. The foldable bag acts as a portable closet for your trip and is kitted out with travel-friendly features. The water-resistant nylon fabric pairs with three see-through mesh zippered compartments so you can pack and organize undergarments, accessories, and small clothing items together. The compact design saves space in your suitcase, unfolds, and features a detachable handle to hang it from a closet or towel bar for easy access.
Incase Drone Pro Pack
If you don’t take photos or videos on your trip, did you even go anywhere? Specializing in photographic protection, the Incase team have gone above and beyond with this pack. The Drone Pro Pack ticks all the boxes for mobility and storage space. The interior features a sleek layout to perfectly fit the DJI Phantom 3,4, 4 Pro and other similar drones. Likewise, it has space for any accessories so you can travel with total peace of mind. Coming in a backpack design, it’s easy to carry through any airport, city, or even the jungle.
Which of these travel organizers will you be carrying on your next adventure? Share with us in the comments below.
The Gadget Flow Daily Digest highlights and explores the latest in tech trends to keep you informed. Want it straight to your inbox? Subscribe now.