14 Brand New Travel Gadgets That Will Improve Your Vacation

14 Brand New Travel Gadgets That Will Improve Your Vacation

We love cutting-edge technology here at the Gadget Flow. We also love summer vacations and traveling the world. It only makes sense to bring together two of our greatest passions. Wherever you’re headed for this summer, our roundup of never-before-seen travel gadgets should improve your trip.

Likeable Luggage

AMPL Smart Charging Backpack

With a built-in battery pack and six USB ports, this clever bag lets you charge all your devices on the go. It also offers an AC outlet and shock-absorbing protection for your gadgets.

Price: $249

Salsa Deluxe Multiwheel Electronic Tag Suitcase

The Salsa has an innovative divider system to make packing easier, and an electronic tag for easy check-in. Meanwhile, the four free-moving wheels allow this suitcase to move in any direction.

Price: TBA

Mountain Buggy Bagrider Suitcase

Keeping your kids safe and happy during long trips is never easy. This clever suitcase comes with a secure seat for your child, so you can keep an eye on your little troublemaker!

Price: $99.99

Travel Essentials

Fixyway Universal Travel Seat Cover

This seat cover keeps you comfortable in planes, trains and automobiles. The durable material stretches to most types of seat, providing better support. In addition, Fixyway is hypoallergenic.

Price: $11

FlexSafe+ Portable Smart Travel Safe

Keep your valuables safe with FlexSafe+. This portable safe is slash resistant and armed with an alarm. It provides RFID protection to keep your credit cards safe, while the combination lock stops theft.

Price: $89

Super Slim Leather Passport Cover

When you’re in a foreign land, it makes sense to keep your passport in good health. This beautiful cover wraps your ID in leather with a wool felt lining.

Price: $56.91

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Awesome Accessories

Travelcard Slim Charger

Pack this tiny battery in your wallet, and your phone will never run out of juice. It even has built-in Lightning and micro USB connectors.

Price: $29

Loch 500-Year-Old Reclaimed Wood Sunglasses

Shield your eyes and enjoy timeless style with these Loch shades. They are made from beautiful reclaimed wood from the 16th century.

Price: $105

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Smartphone Air Vent Mount

You can easily view turn-by-turn directions with this clever smartphone mount. It’s great for calling home handsfree, as well.

Price: $13.51

Adventure Time

Evasion Evolution Vehicle Rooftop Tent

Why book a hotel when you can sleep somewhere pretty? This tent pops up to provide spacious shelter at any campsite or rest area. Perfect for outdoor people!

Price: $3599.95

Luci Inflatable Solar Lantern

Whether you’re camping or just enjoying every last hour of daylight, this lantern provides gentle light. It runs on solar power, and the waterproof design is great for splashing around by the pool.

Price: $16.90

Ecomo ‘Test and Filter’ Water Bottle

On long treks, you’re bound to need some extra water. If you stumble upon a mountain stream, this bottle will check the water quality for you. It can also remove contaminants.

Price: $139

By the Beach

Backtab Portable Comfortable Backrest

Lying flat is fine for so long, but difficult for reading. With Backtab, you have full support wherever you need it. Aside from lounging at the beach, it’s great for picnics.

Price: $53

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Floating Hand Grip for GoPro

Take perfect selfies in the ocean waves with this clever GoPro grip. Even away from the waves, this device keeps your videos smooth and stable.

Price: $14.12

Quadrofoil 2-Person Electric Watercraft

If you happen to have $33k to spend, this awesome watercraft might catch your eye. It can hit 25 mph on electric power with a range of 54 nautical miles.

Price: $33035.75

Which of these gadgets would you pack for your travels? Shout for your favorites in the comments!

Meet Mark Myerson

Mark is best known for writing about apps, but he also loves the tactile, hardware side of technology. Being a professional photographer, he's pretty handy with a camera, and he's a self-confessed tweetaholic.
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