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  • What's New, What's Hot: September 2013 - 1 of 5

    What's New, What's Hot: September 2013

    What's New, What's Hot is Travel Weekly's look at useful and fun travel gadgets, edited by Joe Rosen. First up, the Genie Compact Umbrella. No world-traveling, proud New Yorker should be without this umbrella featuring a map of the New York City subway system printed on a polyester-pongee fabric. The umbrella is stylish and practical for a foggy day in London town or the perfect accessory when you want to tell a snooty Parisian where to get off (or on, for that matter). The Genie is small enough to fit inside of a purse or briefcase.

  • What's New, What's Hot: September 2013 - 2 of 5

    What's New, What's Hot: September 2013

    Going on a long trip? The Victorinox Spectra 32 Hardside Spinner is the bag for you. Made of a durable, scratch-resistant polycarbonate, this 32-inch suitcase can handle all your travel gear and then some yet weighs only 9 pounds, 7 ounces. The interior is divided into two large compartments separated by a zippered mesh. Other features include eight wheels for easy transport on terra firma, a top carry handle, corner guards and zipper bumpers and a dual-pole telescoping handle that locks into three positions.

  • What's New, What's Hot: September 2013 - 3 of 5

    What's New, What's Hot: September 2013

    Better safe than sorry could be the watchwords for the MyID Wristband, a medical ID bracelet that stores a wearer's vital info for first-responders and medical professionals so they can help in an emergency. Stored data include name, birth date, weight, height, blood type, organ donor info, blood type, physician contacts and allergies. Once spotted on an injured person, a QR code on the inside of the band and a printed phone number and PIN code make the info accessible.

  • What's New, What's Hot: September 2013 - 4 of 5

    What's New, What's Hot: September 2013

    The Niko Camera Backpack -- a 1,000-denier nylon shell and a military-grade tarpaulin liner -- is a great utility bag for the pro photographer or videographer as well as wannabes. Its essential attributes number a fully customizable interior for lenses and flashes; multiple pockets for equipment storage; a quick-access, top-loading camera compartment; and room for a 15-inch laptop protected by a padded sleeve. Externals include a side-access U-lock holster, sternum strap and Velcro straps for securing a tripod.

  • What's New, What's Hot: September 2013 - 5 of 5

    What's New, What's Hot: September 2013

    This simple but stylish fashion accessory is the solution for those of us who take their distance glasses off to snap photos, read maps, check email on their smartphones and then have no place to store them temporarily. In addition, they are just the thing to keep sunglasses at the ready. Basically, Eye-Holes comprise an adjustable necklace made of materials such as braided leather, suede or coated cotton secured by a bead to a metal hardware ring, through which the wearer slips an earpiece of his or her eyeglasses to secure them.

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