Posted on Mar 13, 2008 | Comments 0
Travels essentials are the things that you need while traveling. Here are the travel essentials which help you a lot:
Voltaic solar travel backpacks:
The voltaic solar backpack is a mobile solar power generator designed to charge almost all the carrying electronics.
It is most powerful enough that can charge your laptops also. This bag turns the free sunlight into clean electricity without moving parts, heat or sound.
Three lightweight, waterproof and tough solar panels are embedded outside the bag and they generate up to 14.7 watts of power. This backpack has back panel for providing effective comfort.
All the voltaic bags are made with a custom battery pack, which stores any surplus power generator. Not only it is useful when the sun is up, but also you can use whenever you need it.
The bag includes standard adaptor for common cell phones and other handheld devices. Also, there is a common laptop adaptor. Most of the devices can be charged by using a standard car charger or USB charger.
Stash sandals to hide your secrets:
Whenever you are going for longer trips, it is always essential to carry some extra money in a hidden section.
Especially, this is very useful in unfamiliar places and in cases of emergency.
These sandals allow you to store any other important documents by storing them in the soles.
Before buying the sandals, ensure that you feel comfortable in wearing them all day long without resulting any blisters.
Foldable fabric oven for baking while traveling:
This foldable fabric oven is weighing only a few hundred grams and is easy to carry.
You can toast the things like cheese, chicken and some other vegetables.
The only problem with this fabric oven is it requires power to work. But still, it is a nice one to carry.
You can carry it in your solar backpack so that it can charge without having any effort.
Travel first-aid kit:
You can prepare your own travel first aid kit. So, don’t be confused with what to include in the first aid kit.
Just go through the below checklist. These items are very helpful in dealing with the minor injuries like grazes and cuts.
- A bandage
- One surgical tape
- Antiseptic cream or spray
- Antiseptic wipes
- Strips for holding the wound edges
- Safety pins for locking the bandages
- Blister plasters
- Fabric plasters
- Non sticky dressings
Along with the above checklist, you need to include other over-the-counter medications and also prescription medications in your travel first-aid kit.
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