Best Stocking Stuffer Ideas for Travelers
The best holiday gifts are the ones that actually get used. Frequent fliers are always searching for things that make their travels easier. This could mean the latest and greatest gadgets, ways to stay organized, or even items that help them feel safe on the road. In addition to the 5 things I keep in my suitcase at all times, these are my top 10 stocking stuffer ideas under $30 for this holiday season.
Packing Cubes ($30)
I am not sure how I ever managed to travel and stay organized without these packing cubes. They make it so easy for me to separate my belongings by day, type of adventure or clothing category. This means I don’t have to dig through my entire bag every time I needed something. Plus at the end of my trip, I use the cubes to separate my clean clothes from the dirty ones.
Passport Wallet ($16)
I like to keep my travel documents all in one place. This tri-fold, RFID blocking passport wallet tucks neatly into my carry-on. It has enough slots for my passport, boarding pass, credit cards, ID, sim card and cell phone. Plus there is a zippered pocket for money & coins. It comes in cool colors like paradise blue, raspberry red, and coral orange.
USB WiFi Adapter ($17)
Who doesn’t want a little extra boost in their connection when they travel? There is nothing worse than trying to work when the hotel WiFi is slow or maxed out. This easy to use wireless WiFi USB adapter has dual antennas and speeds up to 300Mpbs for lag-free streaming.
Door Stop Alarm ($13)
Keep your hotel room secure with this door stop alarm. This is an easy and practical way to stay safe while traveling. Simply put the alarm under your door and turn on the alarm. If an intruder attempts to enter, the unit will wedge under the door and trigger the alarm.
Slim Sonic Toothbrush ($16)
Love your electronic toothbrush but find it too bulky to travel with? This is a true sonic toothbrush that fits conveniently into your bag or purse. The brush head is replaceable and it even comes with one additional replacement head.
Portable Handheld Steamer ($29)
No one wants to show up for a business meeting with wrinkled clothes. This mini steamer is compact yet packs some powerful steam. it is much easier to use than a traditional iron. It is safe for all types of fabric.
International Travel Adapter 2000W ($25)
Have you ever tried to plug in your hairdryer overseas? I have blown a fuse or two because I didn’t have the right adapter. You need one that handles high wattage. This all-in-one international power adapter not only works with most travel appliances such as hair dryers, hair irons, and electric irons, it has 4 Quick Charge USB 3.0 ports. With less to carry, this single compact travel gadget will keep everything powered.
Ultra Lightweight Foldable Backpack ($18)
This space-saving backpack is made from highly rip and water-resistant nylon fabric. It is compact and folds into a zippered inner pocket to fit anywhere. Perfect for day trips or to avoid overweight baggage charges. Simply unfold it from your luggage and use it as a carry-on for your excess baggage.
Noise Reduction Ear Plugs ($14)
Protect your ears! You can still hear it all with these high fidelity earplugs. They cut down the damaging noise that you don’t want to hear while keeping and clarifying the great sounds you do. These reusable, soft silicone earplugs are perfect for airplanes, concerts, and festivals.
Personal Safe ($16)
This small safe is tiny enough to store in your carry-on but large enough to store valuables like a cell phone, camera, passport, passport, camera, and wallet. Set your own four-digit combination for keyless convenience; Secure safe to a fixed object with the cable. It is ideal for use as a travel safe or personal safe for protection and security from theft.
Check out all of my holiday gifts guides:
- Top 30 Gifts for Cruise Lovers
- Top 30 Gifts for Travelers
- Top 30 Stocking Stuffers for Travelers
- Gifts that Give Back
- Gifts that Keep You Warm
- Best Carry On Luggage
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