Travel Gadget Gift Guide
Are you looking for a special gift for the frequent traveler on your list? Travel Channel has a few gift ideas to help you sort through the clutter, including noise reduction headphones, a unique USB watch and hi-tech, 3-season jacket.
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Garmin Approach S1 Watch ($250)A unique GPS wristwatch could help you play a better round of golf. In addition to telling time, the Garmin Approach S1 gives golfers precise distances to the front, back and middle of greens with 14,000-plus courses pre-loaded. It constantly updates information based on a golfer's actual real-time location, while measuring individual shot distances.
Pentax Optio W90 ($219)It's a new camera that's waterproof, dustproof, shockproof, freeze-proof and most crucial for beachgoers -- sand-proof. The Pentax Optio W90 has a 5x optical zoom and a digital microscope mode that can shoot macro photos from as little as 1 inch away.
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Balanzza ($25)Avoid the embarrassing surprise of shifting contents between 2 or more suitcases. The Balanzza is the first digital luggage scale that lets you easily weigh your luggage at home or at the hotel before heading to the airport. Just attach the strap to your luggage, use the handle to lift it up and hold it until you hear a beep.
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Bose QuietComfort 15 Headphones ($300)Noise cancellation headphones are the perfect gift for any frequent flier. The Bose QuietComfort 15 Acoustic Noise Cancellation headphones have improved noise reduction. Hook up to any portable device like your iPod, iPad or the in-flight entertainment. There’s also a Bluetooth headset you can use with your mobile phone.
Driver Alert ($30)Driver Alert is a lightweight device worn around the ear to help you stay awake on those long road trips. An alarm goes off in the driver’s ear if he or she dozes off. This unique travel device is not a substitute for getting sufficient rest, but it can help save lives. It acts only as a precaution. We endorse a good night’s sleep or a rest-stop nap to stay alert and refreshed on a long road trip.
Chargepod ($49.95)This lightweight pod can charge up to 6 devices at once. You can plug the Chargepod into an outlet or use a car adaptor. It supports several mobile devices, including PDAs, cameras, iPods and portable gaming devices. The Chargepod comes with a travel pouch and an optional international power pack for traveling outside the US.
Super Pen Translator ($299.99)This travel gadget is perfect for international travelers who may not be proficient in a foreign language. Users can scan a full line of text or a single word and then hear it in English. This super pen can easily translate 30 languages, including Arabic, Chinese, and French, to English. It makes a fun gift for a child studying abroad or a traveler on his or her first trip to an unfamiliar destination.
USB Heating Gloves ($22)These wool gloves have a warming pad inside. Just individually plug the gloves into any USB port, and your hands are warmed instantly. The gloves are compatible with PC, Mac, PlayStation or Xbox 360. The cut-finger design allows your fingers to spring to action to play your favorite video games. The gloves have a 2-level heating control to provide you with the just the right amount of warmth.
Scottevest Expedition Jacket ($200)You may not be heading out for an extreme outdoor excursion, but this hi-tech coat is perfect to store everything including your iPad, travel documents and MP3 player. The lightweight Expedition Jacket is a waterproof jacket made with a breathable, Teflon-treated material. Get rid of that dated fanny pack, and pick up this 3-season coat for that special adventure traveler in your life.
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