10 Awesome Travel Products | Must Have Travel Gear & Accessories In 2019

In this video, we take a look at 10 awesome travel products! These are some of our highest-rated travel accessories and must-have gear that will make your next …

28 thoughts on “10 Awesome Travel Products | Must Have Travel Gear & Accessories In 2019

  1. finnigan16 says:

    Does it seem odd to anybody else that there's not one, but two different companies here that named their largest sized product a "medium"? Seems like a sort of reverse "Our amps go to eleven", doesn't it?

  2. allways inquire says:

    Cant see why you would wont a heroclip i dont even use a carribiner cant see a point for travel or hiking! Climbing yes anything else nah. Looks like most things people do now days way too many things too many pouches and bags ditch them all take less stuff take more money! If your traveling in hot country 25ltr bag done. I spent 10 days in finland outdoore in winter (-30oc) 45ltr pack 8kgs you need to became a minimalist makes travelling way more fun.

  3. Odd One's Ordeal says:

    Guys, please suggest a way to carry a small p&s camera, like Ricoh Gr ii sketchbook, phone and kindle while travelling. Hip packs are too small for Kindle and sketchbook and backpacks are too big for all these.

  4. Landhaus Idyll says:

    Just a tip when you're in Japan, those Tom Bihn pouches and that last one, Topo design case, you can get exactly the same pouches and cases at Daiso or any 100¥ shop around Tokyo. I bought tons of these things while I was there in all different sizes and colors 😅 Not only they are cheaper but also good quality.

  5. cindy chan says:

    an alternative to the humangear tubs is Kinder egg containers. I have one for storing vaseline, another for my b12 vitamins and another for when i take off my earrings. if only kinder made a bigger egg

  6. Corentin Le Berre says:

    Nice review 👌. For information my hero clip in medium size as been confiscated at the airport 😫😭. The explanation was that it can be used as an “American punch”… and it was too late to return it to my car…

  7. Jed says:

    Ultrapod is a lighter/smaller alternative to the gorilla pod which (imo) provides basically the same level of versatility. I've been happy with mine (the smaller version)

  8. Shivam Patel says:

    Can you make a ultimate packing guide for a travel photographer?
    For example if someone has 1-2 camera bodies, 3 lenses(one canon 70-200) , drone, tripod, drone battery’s, camera battery’s, memory card case, filter case, cables and chargers, first aid kit plus clothes. Can you help me figure out how to carry all of that within two carryon bags? (I’m using the new Shimoda action x50 bag)

  9. GM T says:

    I love my stasher bags, I use them all the time, didn't know it could be TSA compliant. I was in a rush packing for my last trip so I threw my hair gel into a Zip lock which didn't work too well 😆 so I'm get the humangear go tub. I'll probably pick up the hero clip and tripod too. I recently had to put my bag on the floor of a public bathroom. 🤢 And I'm looking for a tripod for my phone. This was a very useful video! TFS! 🤙🌺🌴🌈

  10. Wei Kiat says:

    i love my thule subterra pouch but in the mini size. in it i can fit my leatherman skeletool, a tibolt pen, a marker, some basic first aid, apple's wired earphones, anker 10,000mah portable charger, iphone charging cable plus a jabra elite 65t with its casing! this is almost my must-have for eveyrwhere i go, be it locally or overseas!

  11. Nathan Griff says:

    I like every one of your ten awesome items here, bud. Nicely done and you have very good taste in travel gear (if I do say so myself). Thanks for yet another great PH review.

    As a side note, I loved that I could check out a quick review on so many items in a relatively short video clip here. I miss some interesting videos due to my own time issues so this really helped me doing it this way. Much appreciated!

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