If you’re the kind of person who spends the first ten minutes of the Lyft ride to the airport worrying that you accidentally left the oven on—even if you didn’t even use the oven that day—you can quell your anxious brain with a quick smartphone precaution.
I’m not going to sit here and tell you that buying a travel pillow will make flying pleasant. But maybe, just maybe, it’ll let you sleep through the experience to make it go faster. This memory foam model from Naipo is just $13 today on Amazon, and needless to say, you’d pay a bit more than that at the Hudson News…
Two travel-friendly USB chargers stood out from the pack this week, and they couldn’t be more different. It’s the tiny Aukey dual-port charger vs. Anker’s much larger PowerCore Fusion, which justifies its size with a built-in battery pack. Which one belongs in your travel bag? See what our readers said below, and…
There are plenty of reasons people love glass soda bottles, not the least of which is ergonomics.
Beach season is here, and we want to know how our readers keep their favorite drinks cold while the sun is hot. Just be sure to check out the rules below, then kick off your sandals and head down to the comments to nominate your pick. Cheers!
Update: The medium/large combo packs are sold out, but you can still get a 4-pack of all large cubes for even less, again in multiple colors.
Ever noticed how basically every motherfucker you know has been or is going to Iceland?
“Making flying suck less” has long been an obvious winning issue for any politician brave enough to stand up to the airline industry. In fact, an easy way to start is to make airports suck less.
Just because you’re outdoors and/or floating on a body of water doesn’t mean you can’t have something comfortable to sit on. This $29 inflatable blob might stretch the definition of “hammock,” but it certainly beats sitting in the dirt. This particular model includes a water bottle holder and three side pockets.