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Charging cables, adapters, memory cards, and other small gadgets have a habit of getting lost in your bag, or left in a plane’s seatback pocket.
For years I’ve kept all of my tech stuff in a gallon-sized Ziploc bag, but this case from BAGSMART might change that.
It’s about the size of a hardcover book and loaded with small, zippered pockets, elastic loops, and a larger mesh pocket for an external battery pack or hard drive. There’s even a dedicated slot for an SD card, which will come in handy if you’re a photographer.
The bag’s small size makes it the perfect companion to a travel backpack — check out my recommendation here — and won’t mess up your hopes of traveling light. In fact, you can get pretty inventive and use the mesh pouch to hold your passport and boarding pass and pack it up the night before.
Time-savers like that make the day you’re actually traveling a lot easier, especially if you’re going to another country.
You might not fill this case out completely unless you’re traveling with multiple people, but never having to wonder “where’s my charger?” or “wait, did I pack my earbuds?” makes it worth the price of admission. If you are traveling with a friend, partner, or kid, you could easily find a use for all of this case’s nooks and crannies, especially if you use it for documents or travel-sized medicine.
Whether you’re prone to forgetfulness, or err on the side of being safe rather than sorry, this travel case can help make your next vacation a little less stressful. You’ll still need to remember to pack everything back into it once you’re ready to come back home, but at least there’ll be a right place to put it.
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