9 travel gadgets you’ll wish you had sooner (all under $50)

As the holiday season approaches, you may be having thoughts about chunky sweaters, warm drinks, and traveling to visit friends and family. Here are several tools that can make your trip more comfortable, whether you’re traveling to faraway places or spending a well-deserved stay. On Amazon, I’ve discovered some of the best travel-related finds for all budgets. All of these products have been checked and tested by me to make sure they are worth your money.

You should take some pictures while traveling. It comes with an ultra-wide angle and a macro lens that mounts in the same mount. It’s perfect for single-lens phones if you’re not ready to spend big money upgrading just for more cameras. You can use it with Apple or Android phones with more than one camera, just place it above the wide main camera.

Comes with LED lamp clip, rope and polishing cloth. Charm! I can’t believe this is only $40.

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What is a holiday without music? This is a compact 6.2oz Bluetooth speaker that you absolutely need to find space in your bag because it is small enough to fit in the palm of your hand. It’s only $18 and the sound is impressive with well-rounded bass. Bonus points: The volume gets loud enough to fill a small room with music.

But it doesn’t stop there! It also works as a remote shutter for your camera. It can work as a speaker from a Windows PC when connected via USB.

Prefer a more famous brand? The premium JBL Go 3 has dropped to $30 in the past few months. Other than that, check out our full list of the best mini bluetooth speakers.

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You may need a portable charger for your phone. But you also have an Apple Watch. There is no need to take multiple cords and chargers because the iWalk Apple Watch and phone charger are equipped with a dual indicator. Your watch magnetically rests on the charging pad, and there’s a built-in Lightning cable as well as an additional port for a second Lightning input on the side.

With a capacity of 9000mAh, it is enough to charge your watch several times or charge your phone 2-3 times depending on the model. But never fear if you also need to charge your Android or USB-C device because it also has a USB-C in and out port on the side. There’s also a version that doesn’t have an Apple Watch charger on it for $29.

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This looks like a simple piece of cardboard, but it folds into various configurations to hold a phone or tablet. Perfect for the tray table on the plane, in the back of the seat in front of you or just to relax and watch a movie in bed.

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Of course you need a bag to store all of these tools, so why this one from Matein? It’s built for your technology first and foremost with a built-in USB port on the side that leads to a USB-A cable inside. So you can plug a portable power bank inside to keep your phone and other gadgets charged on the outside.

It has a lot of padding, especially for your laptop; Can fit 15 inch size easily. There’s also a secret back pocket so thieves can’t get to it when you’re wearing it on your back, as well as a luggage strap to hold it in a handbag. It also appears to be a lot more expensive than $30.

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Whether you are traveling alone or enjoy peace of mind when sleeping in a different location, this travel door alarm is the perfect personal safety tool. Stick the metal prongs into the door while the door is closed, so if someone tries to get in, loosen the prongs and hopefully deter the potential thief with a 90 decibel alarm. It also has a light to keep your tabs on and only costs $10.

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Why bother with packing cubes when you have a vacuum pump to do the work? If you’re familiar with space bags, it’s the same concept except that you get a set of four bags (two medium, two small) plus a powered pump to help compress everything. Now all you need is clothes, shoes, or things that you usually sit on in your bag to compress.

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When you’re traveling away from home, you’ll probably agree that this creature is what you miss the most. If you’re addicted to toilets during the massive toilet paper shortage in 2020, these are a portable bidet that you can take on the go. At $32, it runs two AAA batteries included, at two levels of density for maximum flexibility.

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Outlets can be scarce while traveling, so it’s important to make the most of what you have. The USB travel strip allows you to use each port to charge your devices to the maximum. For just $12, you can charge your phone, laptop, and camera all at once.

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