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The best of…travel technology

CamelBak All Clear, Re-Timer, and more

CamelBak All Clear
This “ingenious” 750-ml bottle kills bacteria using a built-in UV light powered by a rechargeable solar battery. It makes water potable in just a minute and can purify 16 gallons per charge.
$99, camelbak.com
Source: Condé Nast Traveler

Elongpro 3-in-1
Don’t let your carry-on become “a nest of cables.” This compact problem-solver pairs a retractable wire with three common plugs for recharging phones and other devices.
$4, amazon.com
Source: Forbes.com

Powerbag Instant Messenger
This padded messenger bag can be your carry-on. It can recharge four devices at once, including a laptop, using its built-in cables and rechargeable battery.
$180, amazon.com
Source: Entrepreneur.com

Re-Timer
Conquer jet lag with these futuristic goggles, which emit a UV-free green light to trick your brain into resetting its sleep cycle. The goggles are wide enough to be worn over eyeglasses.
$299, re-timer.com
Source: USA Today

Bedol Traveler
“No batteries? No problemo.” Just fill this alarm clock with water, and it keeps time for 26 weeks. You’ll even reduce your carbon footprint in the process.
$16, bedolwhatsnext
.com
Source: Self.com

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