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Think of how many items you have to charge each time you are headed to bed. It can be upwards of 3-5 devices or computers each night that need to be fully charged for your next day. Airports prove to be the worst and there are never enough outlets for everyone. There are many ways that can make life slightly easier when traveling in airports, hotels, on the trail and international destinations that will keep you charged each step of the way. Some options are more expensive than others but each serves a unique purpose for the situation you are in.   Make the outlet multipurpose Have you ever looked around the airport or in your hotel room to realize there is only 1 or 2 open outlets for you to charge all your devices on? This Philips portable surge protector comes equipped with 2 USB ports and 3 outlets ready for use if you can find one open outlet to plug it into. These are built small and ready to be packed into any backpack or suitcase for easy and quick access. I suggest carrying it in your bookbag so that no matter where you are at or whatever...
The tech that backpackers are bringing on their outings has evolved dramatically over the last few years. Backpackers have always utilized technology in one form or another to keep in touch, stay safe or plan trips, and this hasn’t changed. Approximately 40 percent of online travelers utilize social media sites to gather information about their travel destinations, reports Stikkymedia. If you are planning your backpacking adventure, be it across the entire Australasia region or through a U.S. national park, here are some of the best gadgets to bring along. _______________________________________________________________________ Suunto Core Outdoor Watch If you are trying to pack light, the Suunto Core multifunctional watch is an incredible boon. This combination wristwatch contains a built in compass, temperature sensor and barometer that can be customized based on altitude for peak accuracy. Featuring multiple watch, time, and date functions, the Suunto Core is water resistant to 30 meters and features a depth meter for snorkeling that functions up to 10 meters. Combined with the sunrise and sunset alerts and storm alarms, the Suunto Core plays the role of a dozen tools while conveniently strapped to your wrist for easy access. It’s the easiest to read in low-light conditions, and if...

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