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    37 Travel Products That’ll Make You Want To Book Your Next Flight ASAP

    Your next adventure will be anything but ~plane~ with these products.

    1. AirFly, a wireless transmitter that'll connect your AirPods (or any other wireless headphones) to the headphone jack on the flight, making it *SO* easy to enjoy the in-flight entertainment without having to buy the crappy ones the airlines sell.

    It also comes with a USB-C charging cable, travel pouch, keychain holder, quick-start guide, and a manual.

    Twelve South Store is a small business based in Charleston, South Carolina that sells unique and useful tech accessories for your electronic devices.

    Promising review: "I love this gadget ... I fly a lot and this works on the majority of wide-body planes I’ve taken over the past six months. Just plugs into one of the three-prong outlets (or single outlet in economy) and you can connect any Bluetooth device. Doesn’t always connect on the first try as I have multiple devices that my headphones are searching for, but if you turn off all other devices it seems to connect right away. Once connected, it works for many hours. A few planes I’ve taken recently (Qatar Airways) have USB charge points so close to the headphone jack that you can even plug it in while its working and never lose the charge. Highly recommend for travelers." —Joseph Britto

    Get it from Amazon for $34.99+ (available in three styles).

    2. An eight-compartment pill organizer to keep your medications all in one place without having to lug all those obstructive bottles in your luggage. One reviewer also says this is a great way to keep jewelry from getting tangled while traveling. 

    Promising review: "My husband and I travel a lot and take a number of prescription drugs. It was always a hassle accessing our medication when needed, so I purchased this organizer to make things easier. I used a label maker and labeled each little compartment and it has performed wonderfully. I highly recommend this organizer to anyone who travels and needs medications throughout the day." —Jacqueline

    Get a three-pack from Amazon for $9.97.

    3. A bestselling Trtl pillow made with fleece that'll make sleeping on a plane an absolute ~breeze~. It weighs half a pound and can easily be stored in your carry-on our personal item without taking up too much space. Off to the Land of Nod!

    model wearing a black trtl pillow while sleeping on a plane

    Promising review: "I love this travel pillow! As someone who travels frequently for work and leisure, I try to get sleep on planes whenever I can so I am ready to go when I land. However, when bulging discs in my neck developed a few years ago, I tested six or seven different types of travel pillows and couldn’t find a pillow that gave proper support and didn’t aggravate my injury. Then I found this cozy little gem!!! I have now had my Trtl for about six months, and it’s been a game changer. I am able to get some of the best sleep I’ve gotten on planes without further aggravation to my neck. I’ve recommended this to so many people who all have reported back their equal appreciation of the Trtl. It’s easy to pack around once you get to your destination, so you don’t have to have a travel pillow hanging off your bag. I also appreciate how easy it is to take apart to wash — with so many germs on planes, I like that I can wash it without worrying about ruining it. I’m buying another for my mom who is getting ready for an overnight flight to Europe. I highly recommend this product!!!" —Henninsa

    Get it from Amazon for $49.99 (available in four colors).

    4. A stroller so compact, you can actually fit in the overhead bin on a plane! This can help ease the stress you usually feel when you have to retrieve it from storage when you deplane and have an antsy child ready to leave. 

    reviewer image of the black and teal stroller
    reviewer image showing how the stroller folds up small enough to fit in a reusable bag

    It folds up so small that it was awarded a Guinness World Record in 2014 for the most compact stroller. It can hold kids who weigh up to 55 lbs. and only weighs 9.5 lbs.

    Promising review: "We are frequent travelers. I've been on 15 flights with my 17-month-old toddler. I wish I would have bought this a long time ago. It's the best purchase we have ever made. It is sturdy, folds very easy, has a great design, and can literally fit in a reusable grocery bag. Highly recommend!" —Kateryna

    Get it from Amazon for $199.95+ (available in two colors and three styles).

    5. A three-pack of noise-reducing inflight earplugs that'll naturally regulate air pressure in your ears so you can rest easy knowing your ears won't be popping or in pain during takeoff or landing. Huzzah!

    the box of earplugs
    a reviewer wearing the blue earplugs

    Promising review: "Never fly without these! Before I found these, I endured excruciating pain in my ears upon descent and landing. Felt like a hot poker being driven into each ear. My ears would also be plugged up, and it would often take two to three days for them to resume their normal state of being. I insert them about an hour before landing, as the plane is making its slow descent. I'm comfortable and the most discomfort I experience is a slight adjustment of pressure feeling in my sinus. NO PAIN. NO TEARS." —K. Tombrella

    Get a three-pack from Amazon for $17.49.

    6. An essential oil roll-on stick with essential oils to help ease some of those annoying headaches you get while going through the airport! Traveling is hard, okay? 

    Writer holding the migraine stick
    Katy Herman / BuzzFeed

    This roll-on stick is packed with peppermint, spearmint, and lavender essential oils. How do you use it? When you feel a migraine coming on (ugh), just apply this to your temples, forehead, and the back of your neck — it'll give you a blast of cool relief that will lessen that pesky headache (and in some cases, get rid of it completely).

    Promising reviews: "I get migraines quite frequently, but if I can feel headache coming on, I will dab this on my temples and I get relief. I have let my coworkers try this, and they as well have felt relief from their headaches. I can’t say with a pounding migraine that it will take away your headache, but it is well worth the purchase for me. I don’t find myself taking medication as often." —Sue

    "My husband gets really bad headaches and hates taking pain medication. I bought this pain stick to see if it worked. He applies it to his forehead or temples when he has a headache & the pain goes away quickly. It works for him so I bought another stick so he can take when he travels. I would recommend to family and friends" —TMV

    Get it from Amazon for $12.99.

    Check out a BuzzFeeder's review of this migraine stick.

    7. Biodegradable body wipes made with tea tree oil, peppermint, aloe, and ginseng so you can pop in the bathroom really quick before landing and come out feeling refreshed, clean, and ready to tackle your next adventure.

    Model is holding the wipe in their hand in front of the ocean
    https://www.instagram.com/p/Bf4BB_snUKb/ / Via @goodwipes

    These wipes are also plant-based and hypoallergenic and won't irritate sensitive skin. Woo-hoo!!

    Psst! Goodwipes is a small biz!

    Promising review: "These body wipes are a great way to freshen up after traveling for a long time. I love the lavender scent." —Lizzie

    "I LOVE these things! I like to workout over my lunch hour to break up the day, but don't have time to get lost in my thoughts in a post-shower. I just use one of these! The scent is not too overpowering, but it's strong enough so that no one knows I got my sweat on at the gym." —Amazon Customer

    Get a set of 10 from Amazon for $9.94 (available in two scents).

    8. A pair of compression socks that help reduce the pesky swelling in your feet and legs you get during long flights.

    (left) hand holding the packaging (right) two feet with the black and yellow compression socks on
    Gyan Yankovich / BuzzFeed

    They're also shock-absorbing and moisture-wicking!

    Promising review: "I travel frequently internationally for work and often spend upward of 20 hours on a plane as I fly to various locations. A few colleagues have told me that compression socks greatly improve travel, and I finally bought a pair to try them out. I finished a series of flights to get from Washington, DC, to Abuja, Nigeria, and after over 12 hours in the air and 24 hours in transit with my compression socks on the whole time, I feel great! It made a huge difference and definitely increased my comfort while on the plane. I plan to buy a second pair when I get back to the US." —Alexandra

    Get them from Amazon for $15.86+ (available in sizes S–2XL and in 13 colors).

    And check out our full review of the Physix Gear compression socks here.

    9. An Anker charging port with six USB ports to charge all of your devices at the same time, which is perfect for when you're ready to head out of your hotel to your next adventure but everyone needs to charge their phones!

    rectangle-shaped charging port with spaces for six usbs to be plugged into the front

    Promising review: "This is a great product! I travel frequently, and I am always challenged with the number of USB ports I can get with the number of outlets available (and where) in hotel rooms. With this product, the number-of-ports problem goes away, and what's great is that it extends the charger interface out from behind a bed, night stand, or other inconvenient receptacle location, up onto a work surface for easy access. As far as power, I have had an Asus transformer, two iPads, HTC One M8, and two iPhones connected to it at the same time, charging for hours with no heat on the device whatsoever. It works great at home, too. I have always had good luck with Anker products — good quality." —bishop

    Get it from Amazon for $29.99+ (available in black and white).

    10. Or an international power converter because it's time we stop shorting out electronics whenever we travel internationally.

    You can use American electronics in 150 countries!

    Promising review: "Prior to this purchase we've killed an appliance or two in overseas travel. We bought the Sokoo Power Converter for a trip to the Philippines. It worked like a champ! We charged our iPhones and other high end devices with peace of mind. My wife used her flat iron with this just fine. I like that it has plug adapters for outlets around the world, so I know where ever we go we can use this. I recommend this to anyone doing international travel." —David Aiken

    Get it from Amazon for $41.99.

    11. A collapsible water bottle that'll take up very little space in your bag *and* help save you from spending a ridiculous amount of money for those airport water bottles. Plus, you'll stay hydrated! Huzzah!

    (left) hands holding the water bottle in white, showing what it looks like at full size (right) the same hands now showing the water bottle all rolled up, taking up about a 1/3 of the size
    Reviewer pic of the water bottle
    Nomander, www.amazon.com

    Nomader is a small business specializing in leak-proof, packable hydration!

    Promising review: "I'm a frequent traveler who tries to stay frugal on the road. I love this bottle because it can be rolled up to a nice small size and put in my backpack without taking up much room. I use it at the airport and in my room along with a small water filter." —Chad Vegas

    Get it from Amazon for $34.95 (available in eight colors).

    12. Expandable hangers because sometimes Airbnbs and hotels either forget to supply hangers, or they just don't have enough for your things. This'll keep you from leaving your clothes in your luggage, creating unsightly wrinkles! No one wants that.

    Reviewer photo of the hanger completely folded in
    Reviewer photo of the handle partially expanded

    If you leave it half-folded, it works great for kid's clothes too! 

    Promising review: "I bought these to take on a cruise since there are never enough hangers in the cabin for our clothes. These are very lightweight and come in a nice drawstring bag. Despite being lightweight, they are very sturdy — strong enough to hold my husband's suit coat without any problem. You can extend them to larger for adult clothes or leave them smaller for tank tops/lingerie!" —Gail

    Get a pack of twelve from Amazon for $12.99.