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  • What's New, What's Hot: August 2011 - 1 of 5

    What's New, What's Hot: August 2011

    What's New What's Hot is Travel Weekly's look at useful and fun travel gadgets, edited by Joe Rosen. First up, SailorBags' Large Square Duffel. Constructed of tight-woven, double-layered sailcloth and fully insulated with a tough, waterproof lining, this soft and flexible bag is designed to keep its content high and dry in bad weather or under sail.

  • What's New, What's Hot: August 2011 - 2 of 5

    What's New, What's Hot: August 2011

    The Sport-Brella Chair is just the thing for the adventure traveler at rest, or at least the RV vacationer hunkering down at a camp site. This comfy, portable chair includes its own safety-tipped, infinitely adjustable umbrella; two zippered stow compartments, one with a bottle opener; an extra-wide seat made of nylon and canvas; and two armrests with cup holders.

  • What's New, What's Hot: August 2011 - 3 of 5

    What's New, What's Hot: August 2011

    Everyone knows Victorinox Swiss Army knives and other company products, but this new line of USB drives is just beginning to hit the public consciousness. These flash memory devices, which can easily attach to a key ring, come in a variety of storage sizes, from 4G to 128GB (the Slim Duo). And although the drives resemble slim Swiss Army knives, they are TSA-compliant (i.e., there is no blade).

  • What's New, What's Hot: August 2011 - 4 of 5

    What's New, What's Hot: August 2011

    This idea behind the SkyRoll Garment Bag is that placing your suits and shirts in a full-sized, detachable garment bag that is then rolled up and secured around a rigid, hollow tube will minimize wrinkling as opposed to placing your clothes in a traditional garment bag. Perfect for short business trips or weekend jaunts, the bag includes two zippered mesh compartments for underwear, sundries and so on.

  • What's New, What's Hot: August 2011 - 5 of 5

    What's New, What's Hot: August 2011

    Designed to protect and enclose fragile paper tags, "print-your-own" boarding passes and other documents often flimsily attached to cruise luggage, the Tag-Aides Clear Cruise Tags vinyl pouches are essentially enlarged, traditional baggage tags. The tags also can be personalized with the name of a dispensing travel agency.

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