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5 Awesome Travel Gadgets and Accessories You Need from Taobao

By Jenny Leung 20 November 2018
No matter where your next holiday destination is, having the right travel gear with you can make all the difference. Whether you’re planning a road trip with the family, or backpacking alone, we’ve sussed out some of the coolest travel gadgets and accessories we could find on Taobao. Worthy of a spot on your packing list? We'll let you decide.

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1. Smart Frog Electric Clothes Dryer

Compact, lightweight, and effective – whether you love to travel light on holiday, or need to quickly dry off your clothes from unexpected rain, this Smart Frog Electric Clothes Dryer will do the trick. Simply hang your washed item of clothing on the hanger, press a button, and your clothes will be clean and dry in no time. It can even dry your shoes! How much: RMB¥138 – ¥188 (around HK$157 to $215) Click here to buy

2. TIC Travel Bottle

Ever opened up your suitcase, only to find that your toiletries have exploded and leaked all over your clothes? Yeah, we’ve all been there. This is where the TIC Travel Bottle comes in handy. Available in white, rose gold, and black, this clever gadget holds up to six capsulated tubes that can be filled with whatever liquids, gels, and creams you like. No more nasty surprises when you open up your case. How much: RMB¥228 – ¥258 (around HK$257 to $291) Click here to buy

3. Portable Closestool

Now before you start laughing at how ridiculous this may look, we assure you, this portable closestool can solve all your toilet troubles – especially if you’re travelling with kids. Whether you’re on a long road trip with no service stations around for miles, or desperate to go and can’t afford to line up in a long queue for the bathroom, simply whip out this bad boy and you’ll be good to “go”. Of course, where you do your business is for you to decide, but make sure you remember to line the inside bucket with a plastic bag first, as it will make the cleaning up part a lot less tedious. How much: RMB¥108 (around HK$122) Click here to buy

4. SanDisk iXpand Flash Drive

There’s something about being abroad that makes us want to take photos of everything, so when your phone tells you that there’s no more space, panic arises at the mere thought of having to go through your entire camera roll and delete all those selfies. Well not anymore! Not only does the SanDisk iXpand give you the option of having an extra 32GB, 64GB, 128GB, or 256GB of memory added to your phone, the removable flash drive also makes transferring documents onto your computer much easier. This is perfect for storing a couple of movies to help you pass the time during long-haul flights too. How much: RMB¥139 - ¥248 (around HK$157 - HK$280) Click here to buy

5. Nathome Collapsible Silicone Kettle

We’ve all seen one too many photos on the Internet of people boiling their underwear in hotel kettles (it's true, Google it), so no matter how much you want to make yourself a hot cup of tea in the morning, most of us just don’t want to risk it. Now we know the idea of bringing a kettle on holiday with you may sound a bit too much, but since the Nathome Collapsible Silicone Kettle is portable and lightweight, you won’t have to worry about it taking up too much space or adding extra weight to your luggage. The kettle even has a temperature control function so you can heat up the water to lukewarm level or boiling point. How much: RMB¥199 (around HK$225) Click here to buy
Read more! Check out other Quirky Buys on Taobao, and explore the rest of our Travel section.

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Born in Hong Kong and raised in the UK, Jenny grew up with the best of both worlds. She loves just about anything to do with music and doesn’t shy away from belting out a tune or two when it comes to karaoke. If she’s not out and about exploring the city and practising her photography skills, she’s probably tucked up in bed with a book or glued to her laptop doing her online shopping.

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