Best Travel Accessories That You Will Love

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We are constantly on the lookout for the best travel accessories to make all our lives just a bit easier. Here are a few that you might want to add to your bag on your next trip.

It’s All About Comfort 

NapAnywhere Neck Pillow  Suggest Retail $59.00

I know,  I know…not another neck pillow. We’re all tired of trying just about anything to help us get a comfortable sleep while traveling. Yet we have so many restrictions. I don’t want to carry something bulky, I don’t want to blow something up, etc. The NapAnywhere pillow may just be your new solution. It packs flat and is super light and fits into a backpack or purse. You mold it to your perfect position and presto, you’re in dreamland.

Napanywhere neck pillow best travel accessories
Napanywhere neck pillow

WaterPura Baby Wipes Suggested Retail started at $3.99

Do you carry baby wipes with you when you travel for a quick freshen or clean up? Did you ever look at the ingredients? Probably not. You’d be surprised what’s in them. These chemical-free WaterPura natural baby wipes are 99.9% water and 0.1% citrus extract. Developed by a Mom whose child had extremely sensitive skin these wipes have been tried and tested.

Waterpura Baby Water Wipes best travel accessories
Waterpura Baby Water Wipes

My Favorite topic – Compression Socks!

Everyone knows that I highly recommend travel compression socks to everyone who’s flying. Heck, I also wear them on those long walkabouts in Paris trying to find the perfect baguette. And no trade show convention floor will be touched by my feet unless I have on my compression socks. They reduce swelling, help support your feet and back, and are essential for helping deter blood clots while traveling, no matter what your age. Here are just a few that caught my eye.

Travelsox Designed for Women Suggest Retail $25.00

Although I’ve tried them all I keep coming back to Travelsox. I love their support and now they’re making them more “lady-friendly” with cute designs. Made in Italy these compression socks are worth every penny.

Travelsox Designed for Women best travel accessories
Travelsox Designed for Women

Lilly Trotter Compression socks suggested retail price $48.00

Although I’m a staunch Travelsox fan, a girl has to have variety in socks, right? Lily Trotters have comfortable and stylish compression socks for ladies. Lots of styles and colors to choose from so find the ones that make you smile.

Lily Trotters Compression Socks

Zensah Ankle Support Sleeve  suggested retail price $14.99

If you’re looking for a little more ankle support and compression try the Zensah ankle compression sleeve. The folks at Zensah have been making high-quality compression for years for athletes so you know they know what they’re doing. This ankle sleeve gives you support while still providing a full range of motion.

Zensah Ankle Compression
Zensah Ankle Compression

Safety First!

Green Goo 100% Natural First Aid Suggested Retail Price from $6.95

This little tin replaces 20 first aid products. Throw it in your bag, a spare one in the car and you’re good to go. Everything from poison ivy, sunburn, blisters, chafing, insect bites can all be soothed with this blend of 100% natural herbs and plant-based oils. Handcrafted by a women-owned, family run business, a percentage of their profits help people and communities that make positive change. Win, win, win! They have many other terrific products too.

Green Goo First Aid
Green Goo First Aid

Green Products

Water bottles. We take them with us when we travel. It’s typically very easy to fill an empty water bottle at any airport in the USA once you get past the security check. This saves on those darn plastic water bottles and saves a few bucks as well. Here are two water bottles we recently tested.

GSI Glacier Stainless Microlite 500 Suggested Retail Price $29.95

This is by far one of the lightest water bottles we’ve tried. It’s sleek and thin and fits into just about any backpack or bag water bottle spot. The push-button flip-top cap stays closed while not in use and flip up for ease of drinking. It’s vacuum-insulated and keeps beverages hot for 8 hours and cold for 16. I can also tell you that unfortunately my wife dropped this bottle on one of our first adventures with it but it still doesn’t leak and works like a charm. She says that the scratch on the top makes it look more distinguished. I’m not convinced about that but I do love this water bottle and still use it regularly.

GSI Microlight Water Bottle
GSI Microlight Water Bottle

We hope you got a few good ideas from our list of the latest travel accessories. Tell us in the comments below what best travel accessories you can’t leave home without.

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  1. So many great products, where to begin? I think my first investment should be a RFID blocking sleeve. Then I would choose to upgrade my compression socks for these cute ones. Thanks for the great ideas, maybe I can get my holiday list together so it would be early enough to help my fam this year!

    • suereddel Reply

      We love travel accessories as gifts! Thanks for stopping by Alison.

    • suereddel Reply

      Glad to help you find another cute little pouch, Irene!

    • suereddel Reply

      Hi Patti! Compression socks for women have come so far – much cuter than what are Mom’s had to wear! 😀

  2. That Napanywhere neck pillow looks so comfy – definitely a must have for long-haul flight! The RFID-Blocking Card Sleeve seems super handy too!

    • suereddel Reply

      Thanks, Cat! We think you’d really get good use out of both of them.

  3. The list has a few interesting things and believe it or not , only yesterday I was searching online stores for decent compression socks, I am sure the kids will love the attractive and colorful tumblers.

    • suereddel Reply

      As I mentioned, I’m a HUGE fan of compression socks. I hope you find a pair that you like. Let us know how it goes.

  4. Im a big fan of those silicon rubber tubes. Really great for storing liquid toiletries and also hassle free at the airport security line!

  5. What a fabulous list. The compression socks was quite a discovery. These are extremely useful products and I agree with most of their utilities! 🙂

    • suereddel Reply

      Try some compression socks on your next flight. I bet you’ll notice the difference. Thanks for stopping by!

  6. These are some great ideas and I loved especially the Vin guard valise. It comes really handy after a trip to Italy with all these amazing wines.

  7. That nap anywhere Neck Pillow is all that I need. That’s a brilliant item and perfect for someone like me who always nap during flights and land travel. Will check it out!

    • suereddel Reply

      Hi Cai! Give it a try it will definitely making napping a lot more comfortable.

  8. The wine suitcase is outstanding. I’d looked at another brand in the past. Also, I like the computer pocket in the spinner suitcase. So good when you’re looking just to carry on.

  9. You’ve discovered some great products for interesting travel needs. I think I like that napping pillow much better than the ones I usually see because it doesn’t take up much space. I do use silicon travel bottles for my shampoo and conditioner — you’re right! They never leak!

    • suereddel Reply

      Hi Tami, leaking is really a pain when traveling. These are a great way to prevent that. Thanks for stopping by.

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