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    Just 28 Travel Products From Amazon You May Want To Pack For Your 2024 Adventures

    Compression cubes are a game changer... especially if you like to pick up a bunch of souvenirs.

    1. A 3-in-1 foldable magnetic wireless charger so you don't have to decide between juicing up your AirPods, Apple Watch, or phone because only one outlet is available in your hostel. 

    The white charger pad laid out to charge a phone, watch, and AirPods
    Reviewer pulling out the black version from its compact size all the way out to the three part mat

    Check out a TikTok of the foldable charger in action. 

    Promising review: "I use this product to charge my iPhone 13, AirPods, and Apple Watch. I frequently travel between school and home with carry-on bags on airlines and all of the previous stand version chargers I tried didn't fit well in my bags or I was worried they would break. This is compact and folds so well that I can fit in my carry-on or in any zipper pockets without having to worry about breaking anything. Charger works really well and it is the best compact one you can find in market. Love it and been using it for two months now and no issues!!" —SBREDDY

    Price: $39.99 (available in six colors)

    2. A set of compression packing cubes if — despite your best efforts — you're prone to packing everything but the kitchen sink. 

    clothes next to a packing cube
    a full packing cube

    Promising review: "I cannot believe I hadn't gotten these before!!! These bags help tremendously with my packing. I was able to fit so many clothing items for my trip, it was unbelievable! The bag in the picture is the medium, and I was able to fit two swim trunks, three dry fit sport shorts, two dressy shorts, three polos, three T-shirts, and two pairs of socks. Now, don't expect clothes to come out wrinkle free. You have to sacrifice flat ironed clothes if you want to fit as much as you can in them. Recommend 100%" —Jose

    Price: $24.99+ (available in sets of four, five, or six and in 25 colors)

    3. drawstring makeup organizer that opens to reveal every cosmetic you own so you don't have to spend countless minutes emptying out every item just to *not* find your concealer. (Turns out it was in your purse all along. 🤷‍♀️)

    reviewer's black drawstring makeup bag
    the makeup bag flat on a counter

    Promising review: "I recently got this cosmetic bag and it’s been a lifesaver for organizing my makeup and skincare products. The design is sleek, yet the bag expands generously to hold all my essentials. The string closure is both stylish and functional, making it easy to access my items and secure them safely. It’s not just another bag; it’s a practical and fashionable solution for anyone who loves to have their beauty tools at their fingertips. Highly recommend for travel or daily use!" —Heejae Choi

    Price: $24.95+ (available in three sizes and 29 colors/designs)

    4. A luggage-mounted cup caddy because if you're anything like me, coffee is HIGH on your list of airport priorities and you could likely use an extra hand to carry it. 

    Promising review: "This cup holder is perfect! It helps me a lot! Last time I took a plane with a suitcase and a cup of coffee, I dropped and spilled my drink everywhere when it was my turn to check my passport and ticket. It was a nightmare! This time, I bought this cup holder to do me a favor! I don't have to worry about where my cup and phone are! I can free my hands to do other things. I love it so much! Hope you love it too." —Philip

    Price$14.99+ (available in 28 colors/styles)

    5. A waterproof wet bag you can use for anything you don't want mingling with the clean clothes in your carry on. Diapers, wet bathing suits, towels, toiletries, breast pumps — this is the answer!

    Wonder Woman-themed wet bag
    Minnie Mouse-themed wet bag

    Bumkins is a small biz that's been designing responsibly-made baby products for over 30 years now.  

    Promising review: "I bought this to hold wet bathing suits and towels while traveling. It really got tested when I had a mishap getting on a catamaran from a beach and I had to swim back to shore with my bag of stuff. The clothing and phone that were inside this wet bag stayed dry! I just wish I'd had my towel packed inside it, too." —PCreative

    Price: $9.95+ (available in 24 designs)

    6. Some compression socks that — while not the most fashion-forward garment — will help with circulation so your legs don't have to be any more uncomfortable than they already are.

    three black compression socks

    Promising review: "Purchased these for a recent flight to Europe from California. I liked the fact that these are lightweight and came as a three pack. I've had compression socks that were much heavier and had more compression than these, but found that too much compression over 5 to 8 hours can be uncomfortable. You may want to consult your doctor as to what level of compression you may need depending on if you have any pre-existing issues, but overall, I'd highly recommend these. Safe travels." —Steve

    Price: $13.99 for three pairs (available in two sizes and 39 color combinations)

    7. A teensy tiny pack of dissolvable laundry sheets if you'll be away from home for a while and might need to hand wash some items while you're away. Yes, lots of hotels have washers and dryers, but that requires a whole lotta quarters, and you gotta watch your stuff like a hawk. 

    orange pack of laundry soap sheets
    the pack of laundry soap sheets next to a sink

    Here's what BuzzFeeder Elizabeth Lilly has to say: 

    "I travel just about any chance that I get and found a WHOLE lot of success with these little laundry sheets on an almost-three-weeks European vacation last summer where I carried on only and rewore outfits several times."

    Promising review: "This came SO in handy during my vacation to Europe! I was making lots of different stops to places with different types of weather. With these laundry soap sheets I was able to wash my clothes in the sink — letting me pack just the right amount of clothes for all the different places I went." —Katie Fujarski

    Price$9.95 for a pack of 50

    8. A RFID-blocking passport and document holder with slots and pockets for every form of identification one would need to keep on their person. This way, you don't freak out when it's time to board and you have to track down your ticket and passport. 

    model holding navy blue passport holder

    Promising review: "It does exactly what it should — it holds my passport and vaccination record. It is easy to find in my purse and I love the glittery purple." —Theotokos

    Price: $8.99 (available in dozens of colors)

    9. Some TSA-approved Kitsch travel pouches which pack down to basically nothing at all — saving space for other essential toiletries you *can't* siphon into a travel container.

    three black and white kitsch travel toiletry pouches

    TBH I bought these on a whim because I saw them while I was standing in the checkout line at TJ Maxx but turns out, they're great! My shampoo and especially my conditioner get stuck in the bottom of traditional travel bottles and it's really annoying to have them taking up space in my bag once they've run out. That's where these come in clutch. I can roll them like a toothpaste tube to get out every last bit and then they pack completely flat leaving me with *extra* room on the way home.  

    Promising review: "I absolutely love these little pouches. They have worked amazingly for the travel I have done recently. I have heard that some people have issue with them popping, but I think that is avoidable if you don’t fill them up all the way to allow for air expansion on the plane. Also squeeze out excess air. These are so cute and the plastic pouch them come in hold my razor and shower mitt. Most of all, I love how no product gets wasted. That is what I hated about structured travel bottles. Must buy!" —Ashley 

    Price$9.99 (and clip the coupon for 20% off this price!)

    10. A four-pack of refillable mini perfume atomizers because you spent $100 on your Versace eau de toilette and you're *not* about to have it confiscated by TSA because your forgot to put it into your checked luggage. 

    reviewer filling the atomizer
    reviewer holding an atomizer

    Filling them is super easy, too! Pull the leakproof bottle out of the aluminum sleeve and pour your perfume right in. Once you're done, just pop it back in and you're good to go. 

    Promising review: "I travel quite a bit and this little perfume atomizer is a life saver. I used to look for small travel-size bottles for my perfume; now I don't need to. It's so easy to fill and will last for at least two weeks away. The scent stays as strong as if it came right out of the bottle. It easily fits in my toiletry bag. What a great invention!!!" —Jill G.

    Price: $7.55 for four

    11. A slim wallet that can hold cash and up to 12 cards so you don't have to deal with a bulky wallet or fumble with a money belt.

    Promising review: "I am super impressed with this wallet!! The fact that it's RFID blocking is a huge bonus feature!! Perfect for travel. The design is sleek, modern, and timeless. Fits many credit cards in a secure fitting slot. You can feel confident that all your stuff is secure. And you can't beat the price. Seriously, there are wallets selling for over three times as much that are clones of this wallet. It's a phenomenal deal for an impeccable design. I would recommend this wallet!!" —Jazzma

    Price: $19+ (available in seven colors)