Gifts for World Travelers
Give your jet-set friends something they'll never leave home without.
November 18, 2011
What do you get the traveler who has everything? How about this wallet, which features a stainless steel barrier to prevent unauthorized access to credit card and ID radio-frequency chips.
$95 | StewartStand.com
Vintage-style luggage tags complete with hidden contact information and buckle closures make spotting your suitcase a snap.
$18 each | flight001.com
Following the success of its brilliant travel-guide series, Taschen now offers all 12 volumes—covering hot spots in Berlin, Paris, London, and New York—in a delightful boxed set.
$60 | Taschen.com
With only the continents set in slate, this chalkboard globe leaves space to scribble in all the places you hope to go.
$342 | wellappointedhouse.com
If you prefer your cell phone case on the luxurious side, consider this
wallet by Tiffany: It also features compartments for money and credit
cards—and comes in that signature robin's-egg blue.
$295 | Tiffany.com
Who says you can't take it with you? Pour fragrance in, and you've got a compact atomizer filled with your favorite scent.
$39 | Sen7.com
Because these stress-relieving balls are infused with essential oils, you get a hit of aromatherapy as they glide along your pressure points. Perfect for a long plane ride or a tight deadline.
$35 for set of two | TSpheres.com
Thanks to this easy-to-pack digital luggage scale, you'll avoid extra fees when traveling. It can also answer age-old questions like "Just how heavy is my purse? My briefcase?" Or (on a slow day) "My toddler?"
$19.99 (available in black) | bedbathandbeyond.com
Take it from a frequent traveler: This all-in-one adapter—its leather-blend case features Diane von Furstenberg prints—makes you feel fabulously connected from almost any place on Earth.
$95 | nordstrom.com
This mask fights exhaustion by helping you produce melatonin and get your eight hours of z's. All while looking cool, I might add. —Dr. Oz
$20 | TheDreamState.com
"Tired of flagging down fellow tourists to get vacation snapshots? This easy-to-pack extendable arm lets you capture the moment yourself. It works with every digital camera and includes a tripod for full-length photos." — Oprah
$30 (includes accessories)
"Forget mindless memorization. As kids we learn language by linking new words with real-world objects and events. This interactive CD-ROM replicates that method in 30 languages and gets your brain right back into the groove." — Oprah
$249 to $299 depending on level, or $749 for set of 5 levels
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