It’s Cyber Monday, and with Christmas around the corner, now is the time to buy for the traveler in your family. This gift guide has something for every traveler from electronics to luggage. Click on the image below for more information on each item!

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One // Packable Puffer Jacket

A packable jacket can always come in handy whether the airplane is too chilly or you’re traveling to a destination with variable weather. This jacket is great because it folds up into a small pouch.

Two // Selfie Stick

A must-have for solo travelers. A selfie stick can also come in handy for families who want a shot with everyone in it. It’s also good if you don’t want to trust a stranger with your iPhone.

Three // GoPro HERO 7 Black

A perfect gift for the adventurous traveler. I’m still not sure what people do with all the footage from their GoPros, but my sister seems to like hers!

Four // TSA Approved Clear Toiletry Bags

Make it easy on yourself by packing toiletries in this TSA approved clear bag. Some airports like Heathrow still require clear bags so best to be prepared!

Five // Windproof Travel Umbrella

I always bring one of these umbrellas with me if the forecast says rain. This is the best umbrella I can find when it comes to windproofing. It does a great job of not flipping inside out in heavy winds.

Six // Bose QuietComfort 35 II Headphones

These headphones are the best for long flights where you need to drown out your neighbor’s gum chewing, snoring, talking, etc. Works well for crying babies, too.

Seven // Apple Watch Series 5

An Apple Watch should be part of every traveler’s toolkit. It’s great for tracking activity. When else will you get over 35,000 steps except when exploring a new city on foot?

Eight // Briggs & Riley Carry-on

Briggs and Riley is my go-to for high-quality luggage. This carry-on is pricey but it is sure to last you for years. Think of it as an investment…

Nine // Anker Portable Charger

I never travel without my Anker portable charger. It’s especially helpful if you are relying on Google Maps and need to charge your phone on the go. I used it in Tokyo to charge my Pocket WiFi and phone at the same time.

Ten // Travel Coffee Press

This one is for the coffee snob in your life. A Keurig or Nespresso simply doesn’t cut it for some people.

Eleven // Packing Cubes

I always pack with packing cubes to keep my stuff organized. It’s great for long trips where you can dedicate a cube to each destination on your itinerary.

Twelve // Universal Travel Adapter

A universal travel adapter always comes in handy. I too often rely on hotels to have an adapter, but every so often I find myself in a pinch. I’ve recently made a point of never traveling internationally without this.

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