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Jul 20, 2015

Cool New Innovations in Bike Gadgets

Cool New Innovations in Bike Gadgets

Closca Fuga Black collapsible helmet

Collapsible Bike Helmet
Closca Fuga Black collapsible helmet offers protection for your head and also fit in your bag. Make it easy to travel with while on the bike and when off. The helmet is made of three circular shell components, which fold down and nest inside each other to make a compact package. It has passed certification in Europe, Canada and the States, thanks to a combination of polystyrene and polycarbonate in the shell.

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Litelok Bike Lock
The lock attaches easily to both your bike and your backpack. Litelok® is made from lightweight material that makes it significantly lighter than every other secure bike lock currently on the market. It is also more flexible than those locks which means it’s easier to secure around a much wider array of fixed objects such as tree trunks, lamp posts, concrete posts, fencing, railings, and signposts. The Litelok can withstand sustained attack from all of the tools commonly used by bike thieves such as cable cutters, bolt croppers, hacksaws, jacks, and hammers.

Electric bike capable of recharging itself
This bike is chainless yet powerful enough to provide riders of up to 16mph of speed via an integrated alternator that converts mechanical energy into an electrical energy designed to supplement the power of the rechargeable battery. All you have to do is pedal to recharge the battery. Plus it folds to 1/3 of its size so you can bring it anywhere with you.

Leatherman Tread Wearable Multi-Tool

Zackees LED Turn Signal Gloves for Cycling
With these gloves, even the drivers who might not understand your hand signals previously will know your intentions for direction changes

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Apr 13, 2015

Cruise Travel: Gadgets and Accessories on our South America Trip

Cruise Travel: Gadgets and Accessories on our South America Trip

"Zip-it" The Sock with a Pocket - Secure Valuables When on the Go

Atitlan Leather Suede Leather Money Belt
When I first discovered a money belt, I thought it was genius idea. Though I was wondering what it would actually look and feel like. After some research online and amazon, I found this one. It looks great, quite stylish. The type of belt that I would wear on daily basis with a casual look. I ended up wearing it the entire trip. The zipper on the backside works well, though it is a very small compartment. You won't be able to fit ID or credit cards in there, but you would be able to fold and stuff some bills for quick access for tipping and such.

Eagle Creek Travel Gear Silk Undercover Money Belt
I was wearing this one most of our cruise on excursions. It is a great travel accessory to have with you. While it might not look like much, it is not a fashionable accessory, but very useful. It came in handy in countries where there are no coins given as change, just a whole lot of paper money. Instead of carrying a lot of the bills in my wallet, I placed some discreetly into my waist stash. Same for dollars, especially once we acquired some local currently, these were moved to the belt so that my wallet was not filled with them when paying for goods. This is especially helpful when looking to "negotiate" with local vendors for better prices.

Travalo Refillable Perfume Spray

Travalo Travel Sized Refillable Perfume Spray Dispenser
Yes, it is a perfume spray. However, it works just as well for cologne. I think it is a genius idea and travel accessory. Before I found out that this exists, I was wondering how I could transport my cologne without having to drag the entire bottle that also does not close very well and so usually leaks. Its not a huge problem when placed in a Ziploc bag and within my bag. My cloth just end up pre-perfumed. However, that is definitely not a desired effect. The Travalo dispenser is very easy to fill up. Just take off the cap off the perfume bottle and push the tip of it into the dispenser and the content will transfer over as much as needed. And then becomes a convenient travel sized spray

E-Scale Digital Luggage Scale

Orbsgo Precision Digital Luggage Scale w/ 110 Lb Capacity
We no longer take any trips without using and packing a luggage scale. This trip was no exception. We weighted our large suitcase many times to make sure it is up to airline's standards so we do not have to pay overage fees or have issues at the airport check-in. Well, on this trip, we still did. Since we did not realize before hand that this particular airline, LAN, was also very particular about the weight of carry-ons. At least the ticket agent we go was. The carry-ons were overweight, and we had to rearrange our belongings right there and then. Good thing my wife had a plan and was ready with a back up bag. Going forward we will be using our trusty luggage scales on carry-ons as well every time we fly.

Olympus TG-835 Tough Camera
We love this camera. We always have it with us no matter the adventure. With this camera we don't have to worry about it getting wet in the rain, so we can take pictures even if it is drizzling outside or we are on a boat. We also have with us at the pool for some great shots. And as it is also shock-proof from 5 feet, it can take some dings and keep on shooting. Panasonic Lumix is also freeze-proof to 14 degrees F, good thing for when we were sailing by Antarctica, and dust-proof.

Broken Sports Watch
We didn't start out taking along a broken watch. The sport watch we took was working OK in terms of showing time. However, when we were going through multiple time zones, we wanted to update the watch to those, and that is when we found the buttons on the watch stopped working. It was still a great gadget to have along since even if you don't want to, you have to keep track of time on a cruise. Either to get up for and catch a bus for the tour or meet up with your group or to make it to dinner, it good to have a time keeping piece. Will be looking for a replacement and will post what I found. If anyone have any recommendations, please let me know

Kindle Paperwhite 3G
My wife loaded up her new favorite series that she has been reading, which is 3 books, plus some others just in case. I also added on my book in case I get tired of watching movies and reading my magazine. All that on a small light easy to pack device. Kindles also have a very long battery life. So with full charge and average use it could last the full cruise without needing a recharge.

There was no way I was going to be using the earphones provided on the airplane. Those are very cheaply made, nothing but plastic, with terrible sound, ear irritating devices. For the 12 hour flight that we had that won't do.

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Apr 24, 2013

No Worries, It's All Inclusive Here

All-inclusive vacation is the best way to travel

Last week we made our annual getaway to were it is nice and warm. We landed in La Romana, Dominican Republic. While there, our day consisted of:

Snorkeling around:
snorkel snorkel

And Swimming with the locals:
fish fish

Hanging out on the beach with pirates and more locals:
beach front beach lighthouse
pirate ship peacock

Enjoying included unlimited drinks:
pinapple and rum mojito
And some great food:
cook dinner
carved fruit carved fruit

All of these pictures were taken with our Panasonic Lumix Waterproof Digital Camera. It swam with us during the afternoon and hung around during the evening for great shots out and about.
While on the plane, we watched included movies and I also read "One Year Lived" on our Kindle for the second half of the 4 hour flight. (I am giving away the book here)
IPhone was also a more prominent travel gadget during this vacation. Since I forgot a watch at home, we used it and the camera to tell time. It also came in handy when ordering some drinks to show the ingredients to the bartenders.

On the way back, we scored some exit row seats. While Jet Blue's planes generally have more legroom, we were flying home in style:
leg room

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