What To Buy

A Page to help you choose a product or to inspire you to add an essential item to your collection, here you will find the items that have been tried, tested and given my stamp of approval.
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Tile Pro (2020) Bluetooth Item Finder

Attach a Tile to an item and locate it by sound, by seeing its last known location on a map, or by marking it as “lost” and getting an alert when it’s found. Perfect for luggage, keys, backpacks and sports equipment.

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Ankor Powercore 13000 Power Bank

This light and compact power bank is a must-have for everyone. I have had many battery packs over the years and this has to be top of my list. It lasts a long time and I think is a great price for what it can achieve.

Budget Anti-theft Backpack

This anti-theft backpack proves you don’t have to pay through the nose for safety and style. This comes in 2 sizes and you pack from the back of the bag, meaning your zips and personal belongings aren’t accessable to petty pickpocketers.

Travel Money Belt

A trip can be quickly ruined by your money either being lost or stolen. Having a money belt hidden under your clothes is a great way to keep you money safe.

2-in-1 Selfie Stick and Tripod

A particular favourite for the solo-traveler, this is a fantastic 2-in-1 selfie stick turned tripod. This is specifically for your phone and is iOS and Android compatable.

Doorstop Alarm

Useful for additional safety if you’re staying in a shared airbnb or somewhere you aren’t familiar with.

Personal Attack Alarm

A must have if you out somewhere unfamiliar on your own at night. By pulling the pin out of the device, an alarm is sounded to help prevent an attack should you feel you are in danger.

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