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    48 Gifts For People Who Love To Travel

    These gifts are almost as good as a private jet. Almost.

    We hope you love the products we recommend! All of them were independently selected by our editors. Just so you know, BuzzFeed may collect a share of sales or other compensation from the links on this page if you decide to shop from them. Oh, and FYI β€” prices are accurate and items in stock as of time of publication.

    1. A scratch-off world map to help mark off all their adventures (or your adventures together).


    Promising review: "I love this map. I have always wanted to keep track of the countries/states/provinces I've traveled to and this is the perfect way for me to see what next adventure I need to head off to. I saw this at my nephew's home and he gifted it to me. It's a great gift to give to a young adult not only to understand countries and locations, but also to allow them to dream and as they begin their travels to remind them of where they've been. A truly great product!" β€”Pat Obuchowski

    Get it from Amazon for $23.99+ (available in two sizes).

    2. An embossed leather passport holder that'll totally get them that upgrade they've always dreamed about.


    Promising review: "Purchased as a gift for Christmas. The receiver said she had been looking everywhere for a rose gold passport wallet and couldn't find anything to her liking, but this was exactly what she wanted. Soft and well made, it's ready to travel with her around the world." β€”Brittany North

    Get it from Amazon for $6.99+ (available in 22 colors).

    3. A twistable memory-foam travel pillow they can mold and shape into whatever form they need to stay comfy.


    Promising review: "After reading a glowing review by a frequent international flyer, I decided the twistable travel pillow was exactly what my husband needed. That traveler returned from an overseas trip and immediately purchased his second one for his lumbar region. So I bought two upfront, but not for air travel. My husband has osteoporosis with an overly curved upper back. It is uncomfortable for him to sit for long periods, even in his recliner. Well, many snores later, he decided these were the perfect solution! That evening I placed one behind my neck, just to test it out. Apparently, I had no idea how uncomfortable it actually was just sitting. My neck never had it so good! So I used the lumbar one as well. Felt like I was floating in the chair. I have shown them to everyone. A physical therapist friend went gaga over the concept, and plans to give them as gifts this year." β€”SMB

    Get it from Amazon for $24.99 (available in two colors).

    4. A fantastic guide to 500 of the most stunning places they should visit in their life β€” plus it'll simply look great on their coffee table.


    Promising review: "What a beautiful book! I originally intended for this to be more of a research tool to help me decide future travel adventures. However, upon receipt, it's way more high-quality and beautiful than I was expecting. Now I don't want it to get beat up and am contemplating displaying it instead, lol! Just want to make sure everyone keeps their grimy hands off! Also, it came with a map that displayed where the top 100 places were located, which I wasn't aware was included. Neat surprise." β€”Nikki

    Get it from Amazon for $16.81.

    5. A waterproof travel organizer that'll help them keep all their cords, chargers, batteries, flash drives, and cables completely organized.


    Promising review: "Great for holding all my cords. Everything stays organized and it's easy to slide into my briefcase. Glad I have it!" β€”Rochelle

    Get it from Amazon for $10.15+ (available in five colors).

    6. A pair of amazing compression socks that'll prevent their feet from swelling up β€” so they don't have to do the walk of shame off the plane barefoot.


    Promising review: "Long travel day from SLC to the Netherlands! I bought these for the first day of travel. I loved having new socks and was very happy with the fit, comfort, and support. I could have spent a lot more on these socks. Great value and a great fitting compression sock. Will be getting more as gifts for fellow travelers." β€”Amazon Customer

    Find a full breakdown of how awesome these socks are here!

    Get them from Amazon for $11.95+ (available in 10 colors and in sizes S-XL).

    7. A set of packing cubes capable of sectioning off and holding so much stuff, so that their suitcase is never an absolute mess β€” plus they're great for separating dirty clothes.


    This set of water-resistant bags is perfect for the traveler who always overpacks. By using them, they'll be able to separate, organize, and store all their things within their regular suitcase, preventing their clothes from being crushed during the journey. It also comes with a laundry bag so they can separate their dirty clothes from their clean clothes.

    Promising review: "I travel frequently and travel light. My luggage is usually limited to a backpack that slides under the airline seat. For a two week European cruise I added a carry-on rolling suitcase. I've used these packing cubes twice so far and I am hooked. One cube holds everything (including clothing) I take on a three-night trip. The cube slides into my pack, saving massive amounts of room, and everything is easy to find during travel and at the hotel. Taking out one cube and unzipping is much better than digging through a pack! I will never leave home without these!" β€”Gura

    Get the set on Amazon for $22.99 (available in nine colors).

    8. A machine-washable neck pillow that's soft and flexible to not only fit them perfectly but fit into any tiny space they have available.


    Promising review: "I used it for an 18-hour flight and it worked great. That being said, you have to find the sweet spot when wrapping it around your neck. If you just slap it on, it won’t be in the proper position and won’t give you the support you need. First get the upper edge area aligned comfortably with your jaw bone (this area is where your chin will be resting while asleep) then while holding in place with one hand, relax your neck/head like you're sleeping, at this point wrap the fleece around and lock into place. Find the right tightness for your comfort β€” super snug didn’t work for me, so mine was more relaxed. I would alternate between sides depending on the angle I wanted my head at. I wore it when awake as a scarf because it was chilly on the plane. My friend used it as neck support in a place we were staying by just placing it on the bed. I used it for a phone prop to watch videos and a neck support to read my book while laying down. It has become a surprisingly universal tool for me and I have no regrets about purchasing it." β€”B. Everson

    Get it from Amazon for $17.99+ (available in seven colors and in adult and children sizes).

    9. A sturdy travel journal they can fill as they take on the long road ahead.

    Promising review: "I really like this journal. It's exactly what I envisioned it to be when ordering. The leather is very nice and the color (brown) I ordered is a very nice shade. I bought this to sketch some small maps in and write my thoughts/ideas. It serves that purpose while also feeling like a very old and special captain's journal. The seller has the front of the journal branded with their name engraved β€” a medium-sized engraving on the front bottom-right corner. This journal is wonderful quality and even allows for replacing pages or adding new ones of your own to an extent. Highly recommended." β€”Cedar

    Get it from Amazon for $8.99 (available in five colors).

    10. A packing list pad that'll make sure they're packing everything they need and not 876 ballgowns, because apparently when they're on vacation they become the type of person who goes to galas?


    Promising review: "I hate packing β€” I mean, I really hate packing! I am always afraid I am going to forget something and the entire ordeal is a stressful one for me. Since I have to travel a lot, this is a game-changer for me. No more guessing if I forgot my underwear β€” everything I need is on this list. I am thinking of just keeping one bag totally packed, filled with the items on the list, and just add my suit in when I am ready to travel. :)" β€”Dr. Oceanfront

    Get it from Amazon for $7.

    11. A luxuriously soft sleeping mask that'll let the flight attendants know they shouldn't pass them up during meal service β€” because once they do, good luck getting them to come back.

    Goia Boutique on Etsy

    Get it from Goia Boutique on Etsy for $19.95+ (available in two sizes).

    12. A pack of genius little Pocket Palettes β€” it includes mascara, BB cream, and blush/lip tint that'll have them looking fly without having to carry their entire makeup bag around.


    Promising review: "I travel often for work, and it’s so much easier to pack a few Pocket Palettes than tote my regular makeup β€” they’re super carry-on bag/airport-friendly! I love my LancΓ΄me but I’d much rather not tote around heavy glass bottles, so I keep a palette at the ready for the gym, in my purse, at my desk at work, etc. β€” they’re that convenient. For the makeup itself, the quality of the BB cream is great. It’s light, feels and looks natural, you can get at least two full uses out of the quantity. The lip/cheek color amount is also generous. I personally go for a darker lip generally, but this is good for blush and will last me a while. I love how handy the mascara applicator is, so fun-sized. For someone on the go, who isn't soooo makeup savvy that I'm contouring all the time, this product is really practical!" β€”Maureen

    Get a pack of three from Amazon for $11.99 (available in four shades). Find more TSA-friendly travel products.

    13. And speaking of traveling with your beauty routine, a traveling makeup bag that'll open flat into an easy-to-dig-through mat, making cleanup totally easy.


    Promising review: "This is a great little bag for traveling. I bought one for makeup and one for my jewelry. I can open it up and view the contents very easily. It takes up very little space and opens so that you are not searching for that one particular item. Everything is in plain view. Highly recommend it!" β€”Debra J.

    Get it from Amazon for $14.99.

    14. A water-resistant backpack designed with a USB charging port, more than a dozen pockets in multiple sizes, and an anti-theft lock to help keep their stuff safe.


    Promising review: "Great backpack for travel. I can comfortably fit my 15" laptop, water bottle, a small pair of flat shoes, a course reader, and a bunch of other little things (agenda, iPad, journal, pens, pencils, iPhone.) Really an awesome backpack that looks professional, clean, and holds a LOT. I use it for my frequent travel (airplane) and it fits perfectly under the seat." β€”Amazon Customer

    Get it from Amazon for $21.99+ (available in eight colors and two sizes).

    15. An awesome book filled with just enough information for a lifetime of happy traveling.


    Promising review: "I have been using this book as a resource for planning travel. Ms. Schultz has some great, out of the way spots that I would never have known to even look for! I've taken several trips in the past couple years that when I looked at this guide, I missed some stuff that I really would have enjoyed if I'd known about it." β€”cathasnine

    Get it from Amazon for $13.99 (also available in a US & Canada edition).

    16. An Airfly wireless transmitter designed to let them connect their Airpods or any wireless headphones to all those things that don't have Bluetooth β€” like an airplane seat!!


    Promising review: "These work amazingly well. I was surprised that you can charge and use them at the same time. I use them on planes to listen to the in-flight entertainment with my AirPods. I also use them to listen to music on my laptop with my AirPods. They work really well. Now, I don't have to carry my wired earbuds with me when I travel anymore. They really work as advertised. I have not had any issues with them since I started using them." β€”RPL

    Get it from Amazon for $39.99+ (available in three options).

    17. And speaking of...a pair of Apple Airpod Pros designed with active noise cancellation, transparency mode for hearing the world around you, and three sizes of soft, tapered silicone tips for a perfect fit β€” they're also sweat- and water-resistant and have a wireless charging case that has more than 24 hours of battery life. Basically they're really cool and if you like anyone enough to throw down this kind of cash...well, lucky them.


    Promising review: "Apple hit a home run with these, I wanted the original AirPods but couldn't get them to fit in my ear. I have tried other true wireless earbuds and never liked the look or fit of them. With the AirPods Pro, Apple has answered my prayers, and they're even better than I could have imagined. The sound cancellation is LEGIT. The sound quality is very good for me. I'm by no means an audiophile but I'm a little picky as far as this goes and I'm more than pleased. The ability to switch from noise-canceling to transparency mode is awesome as well." β€”TCC

    Get them from Amazon for $249. You can also check out the classic Airpods. While you're at it take a look at this silicone case for both the classic and pro cases.

    18. A universal air-vent magnetic car mount that'll hold their cell phone while they drive, because chances are if they do a ton of traveling, they probably spend a fair amount of time in rental cars, and one of these will come in super handy when they need to use their phone for directions.


    Promising review: "One of the best purchases I have ever made. Seriously. I have an iPhone 6 Plus, and it attaches onto the mount very firmly. The mount also attaches firmly into my air vent. No jiggling or slipping. I can touch, swipe, etc., on my phone screen without any risk of the phone falling or sliding." β€”Susie

    Get it from Amazon for $8.49.

    19. A travel wallet that'll fit everything they need β€” passport, documents, cards, cash β€” making the next time they're going through customs less of a shitshow.


    Promising review: "This is my new go-to travel wallet! It has slots for everything you need. The color is great and it's not bulky. If it had more than three credit card slots I would use it as my everyday wallet because that's how much I love it. My pen kept falling out so I would suggest using a pen that has a clip in it. The inside flap came in handy for my plane boarding passes." β€”Tee

    Get it from Amazon for $12.99+ (available in 36 colors).

    20. A travel jewelry box with velvet lining and removable dividers so all their accessories can accompany them, in comfort, to their next destination.


    Promising review: "Got these as gifts for my amazing bridesmaids. The quality was very nice! It's a really pretty shade of pink and the material feels much more expensive than it actually is! It's compact so it's very travel-friendly but it has just enough compartments." β€”EJ

    Get it from Amazon for $10.99+ (available in six colors).

    21. An adjustable footrest they can attach to the seat in front of theirs to help turn their seat in steerage into first-class accommodations.


    Promising review: "As silly of a purchase as I thought this was, I will never again fly without it! I hooked it around the tray table in front of me and was even able to shut the tray table once attached. It makes flying so much more comfortable!!!" β€”Dishy24

    Get it from Amazon for $7.99+ (available in two colors).

    22. A digital luggage scale so they can weigh their big ol' bag before they check it in and avoid that bajillion-dollar overweight luggage fee.


    Promising review: "This luggage scale is so convenient, lightweight, and easy to use. I no longer worry about my bag being overweight and having to rearrange my packing in the middle of the airport. The times I've used this, I make sure my bag is two pounds under the weight limit and have never had an issue!" β€”Sadie

    Get it from Amazon for $9.99.

    23. A waterproof, anti-theft nylon backpack perfect for traveling β€” it has two exterior zipper pockets, two exterior side pockets, a main pocket, two interior pockets, and an interior back zipper pocket, along with two adjustable long shoulder straps, a detachable hand strap, and single-shoulder strap., Amazon

    Promising review: "This bag is a necessity for a trip to Europe! The material is really nice, it looks and feels great, and it held up really well for my trip! I kept my passport in the inside zip compartment of the main pocket, important items in the main compartment, water in one outside side pocket, and anti-bacterial wipes in the other. The best part is that the backpack becomes a shoulder bag, needed for when tourist attractions don’t allow a bag on your back (Buckingham Palace). Also one day I had to walk a bit in the rain and my contents stayed dry! I felt very safe and secure with my items in this bag! I want every color!" β€”JESSICA MARO

    Get it from Amazon for $20.79+ (available in 14 colors).

    24. A scratch-off bucket list poster so they can mark off places they go as they discover and explore them.


    Promising review: "I love, love, love this poster. Took less than two weeks to arrive from overseas. The package arrived in good condition and the posters are a nice thick card stock. Great gift." β€”Irishminx

    Get it from Amazon for $14.99 (available for music, movies, and places).

    25. A membership to Rosetta Stone so they can master the language of their favorite far-away destination.

    Rosetta Stone

    Sign up for Rosetta Stone starting at $5.99/month (when you sign up for 24 months, prices go up for shorter plan lengths).

    26. A handy gift card to help them get there, stay there, and have fun there β€” where ever there should be.


    Find gift cards for Airbnb, Southwest Airlines, Princess Cruises, Carnival Cruises, Uber, Amtrak,, and so many more from Amazon.

    27. A pack of collagen-infused under-eye masks to help their tired eyes feel refreshed and enriched after an exhausting journey.


    Promising review: "These are very moist and leave the area under the eye feeling refreshed and hydrated for a long time. They stay exactly where you place them, I can even slip my glasses on if I need to and they don't interfere." β€”Krycek

    Get two packs of 30 sheets from Amazon for $3.48.

    28. A portable mini espresso machine so they can use their favorite Nespresso pods to get delicious coffee when they're on the go.


    Promising review: "The best thing for traveling ever!! I have to have espresso every morning and most small hotels and gas stations don't have espresso coffee so this is perfect! Easy to use. The cleaning takes 30 seconds, just rinse with water and let it dry." β€”joanna alvarez

    Get it from Amazon for $48.40. If you wanna get really fancy you can throw in the carrying case, pod case, and coffee pods.

    29. A handmade leather cord organizer to help keep their earbuds untangled and easy to use when they're jet-setting around.


    Promising review: "No more tangled headphone cables! I bought a pair for my desk at home, and I'm purchasing another pair for my office. I love how neat and untangled my earbud cords are when using this organizer. It's leather, which I'm sure will last many, many years for such a great price." β€”Jane M

    Get it from Amazon for $6.99 (available in three colors).

    30. A pocket-sized wine aerator to help enhance the flavor of that $10 airplane wine in just about 15 seconds by rapidly introducing oxygen.


    Promising review: "Purchased as Christmas gift for a co-worker, she loved it, could not believe something so simple changed the taste of wine to something more expensive. I would highly recommend for wine drinkers." β€”J. Stephens

    Get it from Amazon for $19.95.

    31. A set of personalized leather luggage tags for the globe-trotting couple, so a little piece of you goes with them on all their travels β€” but not in a creepy way, I swear.

    Leather Made Nice on Etsy

    Get it from Leather Made Nice on Etsy for $45 (available with brass or nickel grommets and in seven colors).

    32. A silk eye mask to help them relax and get a little shut-eye β€” even during the most stressful of trips.


    Promising review: "I just got back from a long trip to a country on the other side of the world. I used this eye mask and it worked AMAZINGLY. I can't say enough good things about it!! It is incredibly soft and lightweight. The adjustable strap allows for a looser fit that doesn't put too much pressure on the eyes/forehead. I'm very glad I picked this one because of the softness and comfort." β€”Scott Wilt

    Get it from Amazon for $7.99+ (available in 29 colors).

    33. A charming ticket stub memento box, because if they're anything like me they never want to throw away their museum and metro tickets but they also have nowhere to put them.


    Promising review: "Oh, the places we've been! I love this shadow box! It is well made, cute, and is going to look nice on the wall. I put stuff in it immediately and my boyfriend thinks it is already full! Might have to buy another one! I think this is a great way to display evidence of all the places we have gone to and remember all the adventures. We are not big on souvenirs or tour T-shirts so this a different and compact alternative." β€”Maureen

    Get it from Amazon for $21.97.

    34. A memory-inducing Homesick scented candle to help them breathe in the scents of all their favorite travels.


    Promising review: "I saw a candle scented 'Books' and just had to try it. First off, it smells like a library of leatherbound books lacking some of that 'old paper' smell, with a cherry orchard in full bloom just outside the open windows. Which is not a BAD thing. I got several odd looks from the other people in my house when I produced this and lit it, with much fanfare. But ALL of us decided we liked it, and that it was a neat, novel scent. Tastes are individual but read the description β€” if it sounds appealing to you, chances are very good you will like it too. We all did!" β€”Owen Murray

    Get it from Amazon for $29.10 (available in 12 scents).

    35. A pair of no-tie elastic laces designed to make taking off and putting on their shoes a breeze β€” they'll be the envy of the security line.


    Promising review: "I'm a lazy person, and I've lost all patience in bending over to tie and untie my shoes. I almost exclusively buy slip-on shoes now, but I still had one pair that had laces and they took forever to tie. It probably took me 10 minutes to put the Xpand laces on, between lacing them up and tightening/loosening them to the right fit before clipping the ends. Now they look great, and I can wear those shoes at the airport without having to hold up security lines. I also appreciate that there are so many colors to choose from." β€”Ashley

    Get them from Amazon for $9.99 (available in 33 colors).

    36. A reusable makeup-removing cloth, because getting rid of all the excess makeup every night is a f#@%in' chore but this will help make it easier, no matter where they are β€” you just need water!


    Promising review: "I cannot believe it! Every once in a while you buy something that actually lives up to its promises! This super-soft little face towel takes off makeup, including stubborn eye makeup, in a couple of swipes without scrubbing at all. I don't know what makes it so effective; maybe it's made of millions of tiny little hands! but I am very impressed." β€”Donna Montalbano

    Check out our top picks for the makeup removers for every budget on BuzzFeed Reviews.

    Get it from Amazon for $6.99 (available in two colors).

    37. A French phrasebook that'll have them talking like a Parisienne in no time!


    Promising review: "This is such a lovely French phrasebook and is conveniently categorized by subject for easy perusal. I was surprised with how small the book itself is β€” it would easily fit in a purse or large pocket! I spent the following few days after receiving it mispronouncing French phrases to the utter bewilderment of my dog." β€”ESBarrett

    Get it from Amazon for $8.29 (also available in Spanish, German, and Italian).

    38. A sterling silver pendant necklace for anyone who wants to take a piece of home with them wherever they go.


    Promising review: "I got this necklace to give as a gift but it is so cute that I kept it for myself. The charm is dainty and delicate, and I have received tons of compliments. It is the perfect thing to wear when you just want a little something to add some sparkle β€” cute packaging and well made." β€”Jack

    Get it from Amazon for $17.98 (available in all 50 states).

    39. A leather belt fanny pack to have everything within arm's reach when they're running around town., Amazon

    Promising review: "This was perfect for my trip to Italy! Italy is big on pickpockets, so this was perfect to prevent any theft and it was super fashionable. The sizing was perfect since I have a small waist as well. Excellent purchase! I used it for the entire trip, matched with my brown sandals too." β€”Mikela

    Get it from Amazon for $4.99+ (available in sizes 27"-42" and in six colors).

    40. An awesome magnetic travel chess set, because it's time to put the down your phone and play a game with an actual IRL human.


    Promising review: "This is a nice little travel chess set. While the pieces are plastic, they are not overly cheap quality. The magnets adhere well to the board and will stay in place with the board tipped 90 degrees. The pieces contain nice detail with colors accurate with what's in the product image." β€”Scott

    Get it from Amazon for $13.83.

    41. A very handy book filled with all the rude hand gestures they can use to effectively communicate with people who annoy them across the world.


    Promising review: "My husband is having a lot of fun with this book. Maybe, fortunately, I don't always know what he is gesturing." β€”Ss

    Get it from Amazon for $11.62.

    42. A decadent cashmere blanket scarf that'll keep them warm and cozy without having to carry around a bulky blanket β€” or beg for one from the flight attendants.


    Promising review: "I love this shawl! It is the perfect size for traveling and is soft and cozy. It’s so versatile. I will use it on the plane as well as for chilly nights while on vacation. Thank you for a quality shawl at an affordable price." β€”Pam

    Get it from Amazon for $15.99+ (available in 42 colors).

    43. A portable phone charger, because nothing ruins a flight more than being stuck without the ability to mindlessly play Candy Crush for hours on end.


    Promising review: "We bought these to take with us on a trip to Disney World. I was paranoid about having enough phone battery to last through a long day. It quickly charged my two phones and left plenty of extra juice to share with our other family members. It weighs about as much as an egg, so it was barely noticeable in my pocket. I can't recommend this enough!" β€”J. Palmer

    Check out our top picks for portable chargers at every budget on BuzzFeed Reviews.

    Get it from Amazon for $21.99.

    44. A pair of cordless noise-cancelling headphones designed with super-soft ear cuffs, Bluetooth capability and a backup cord, just in case they use up all the juice mid-flight.


    Promising review: "I'm not a techie or gamer, so this is just your average person's review. I love these because they are completely around the ear (your ear ends up in a little soft house), comfortable for my bigger-than-average head. I can wear them over my large plastic-framed glasses without issue, the controls on the side are great. They are mic-wireless and speaker-wireless, easy to set up with both PCs and Macs (I am using them across several devices at home and at work), rechargeable (no more need for constantly consumed batteries), and there is no sound leakage. For the money, these headphones are AWESOME! I'm seriously glad that I purchased them." β€”Amazon Customer

    PS: These are one of our picks for best wireless headphones on BuzzFeed Reviews!

    Get them from Amazon for $36.99+ (available in eight colors).

    45. A collapsible water bottle they can take through security empty, fill up at a water fountain, and have enough water to stay hydrated throughout the flight.


    Promising review: "We purchased two of these for our trip abroad and I have only one thing to say about it β€” it was the best purchase we made for the trip. They flattened down and fit into our backpack just fine. The minute we made it through the TSA checkpoint, we filled it up. It holds quite a bit of liquid, so we didn't have to fill up every five minutes during the trip like with some smaller-capacity bottles." β€”Sheryl

    Get it from Amazon for $24.95 (available in eight colors).

    46. An investment-worthy cashmere travel set so they can sleep in the lap of luxury while they're cramped in a middle seat.


    Promising review: "I travel two times a week on five- to six-hour trips. I am always cold. This cashmere is fantastic. I use the pouch sometimes by my neck as well. The pouch allows me to cram the throw into my large tote and it does not get caught or damaged." β€”MJCSeattle

    Get it from Amazon for $169 (available in eight colors).

    47. A reversible vegan-leather travel tote to hold everything they might need at a moment's notice β€” or in the event their luggage doesn't make it.


    Promising review: "I bought this bag for a trip I recently took and am extremely pleased with it. The versatility of being reversible (dark to light) was a plus, getting two for the price of one. It is soft and supple and holds a ton of stuff! My 13' laptop/tablet fit perfectly and there was still room for a lot of other travel stuff. The magnet that holds the flaps together was strong, too. I would definitely purchase this product again and will use it on future trips!" β€”D. Webb

    Get it from Amazon for $22.99+ (available in seven colors).

    48. And a dishwasher-safe single-serve coffee brewer because airplane coffee is truly, truly terrible.


    Promising review: "I am an avid coffee lover. I travel for work each week, and finding a good cup of coffee to start my morning can be quite a challenge (and can come with hefty prices). This little device tucks right into my bag and takes up very little space. I like a strong cup of coffee, so I let mine set a bit after pouring the water. Cleanup is quick and easy. AND, there's a bonus with this dripper β€”Β I use it in the evening for my loose tea. Two devices in one!" β€”Brenda Henderson

    Get it from Amazon for $6.19.

    Now all they need is that sweet, sweet boarding pass and they'll be ready to go.

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