Travel Friendly Accessories for Those On-The-Go

Ever been caught in a last-minute travel situation where you had to pack in a rush and completely forgot to bring your essentials i.e. chargers, headphones, and the tech accessories you need to stay connected with the world?

Yeap, we’ve all been there. But rest assured, here are a few tech gadgets 1) that our Shoppers are personally buying, 2) that we’re personally recommending as well! Frequent fliers and young travelers alike, these gadgets might come in handy for you:

1) Olloclip 4-in-1 LensUSD79.99, + Add To Wishlist

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Packing your DSLR and lenses along with you can be a hassle when you’re away for a quick getaway but still want to have the liberty to take great photographs. So clip on the Olloclip over your iPhone camera and snap away beautiful photos as and when you feel like! This particular 4-in-1 lens (Fisheye, Wide-Angle, Macro 10x & 15x) is all you really need to take crystal clear shots, and they also have devices compatible with iPads, iPhone 4, 5, and even Samsung Galaxy S. Prices range from USD49.99 to USD119.99.


2) Here Active Listening Wireless Buds, USD199, + Add To Wishlist

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Just about the coolest wearable you can sport this year, Here Active Listening is basically two wireless buds you can use via a smartphone app to personalise your listening experience, whether it’s adjusting the volume, EQ, or effects of the world around you. This award-winning product is both comfortable and functional, and is powered by Doppler Labs’ patented TruEQ technology which disguises its complex technicality within a simple and compact true-wireless form. Zoning out to your own music in the plane is that much easier with these.


3) This is Ground Mod Tablet 2, USD299, + Add To Wishlist

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What’s the easiest way to carry all your essentials with you? Through a sleek leather carryall of course. And by that, we mean This Is Ground’s ultra stylish customisable carryall that has compartments to store your tablet, phone, pens, stylus, glasses, cards, cash, notebook, small items, and cords. Pop this into your backpack and you won’t have to dig it out just to find your passport or mobile phone when necessary. This Is Ground also has other travel kits designed for specific purposes such as cords-only leather rollups and weekender bags.


4) Booq Boa Squeeze Laptop Backpack, USD130, + Add To Wishlist

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Speaking of backpacks, this nifty squeeze laptop backpack from Booq Bags is well-padded with enough storage to keep a MacBook or PC laptop up to 15.4 inches. Another reason why it’s on our travel essentials list? It’s made from durable water-repelling ballistic nylon and boasts a slim shape that is modern and not overly bulky. Looks can be deceiving with this seemingly small backpack – you can bring along your MacBook, iPad and accessories with you as you travel.


5) EMIE Memo Power Bank, USD25.99, + Add To Wishlist

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If bulky and heavy power banks are the bane of your travel essentials checklist, ShopandBox this stylish power bank from EMIE. Available in four different colours/patterns, this power bank is 25% thinner than your usual 10,000mAH Lithium Polymer power bank. It has a minimal exterior with zero buttons, so all you need to do is plug in and juice up your phone. When your phone’s all charged up and you need to check for the battery status, just give it a quick shake. Now how cool is that?


Get Started in less than 10 seconds:

  1. Simply click on the ”Add To Wishlist” links above!
  2. This will automatically add the items into your ShopandBox wishlist after it prompts you to sign in/sign up.
  3. You can add as many items as you want into your wishlist (even items not mentioned above).
  4. Once you’re ready, simply select the items you want bought, name your order, and hit the “Submit Order” button.
  5. You will be assigned a personal Boxer who will help you buy all your coveted items.
  6. Your box of goodies gets shipped to your door in 1 – 3 days wherever you are in the world!

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