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Lighten Your Load

Jan 9th, 2013 Packing Tips, Travel Tips

How to Pack Lighter & Tighter – 5 Steps to a more packable & versatile travel wardrobe, while keeping it light. The key to packing light and tight is to think about versatility above all else: Can you wear that sundress sightseeing, and to the beach? Can you dress down those slacks with a tee,… Read More

10 Steps For The Perfectly Packed Bag

Jan 23rd, 2012 Packing Tips

Learn how to travel wrinkle-free, every time. Based on our popular presentation at The New York Times Travel Show. Step 1 The primary goal of packing well is to fit everything you want to take in your bag, and have it emerge at your destination looking good. First, set aside the clothes you’ll wear on… Read More

Play It Safe

Jan 22nd, 2011 Packing Tips, Travel Tips

Travel Securely with TravelSmith The changing world of travel brings with it new security challenges, such as the risk of personal information theft by unseen RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) readers. Our state-of-the-art products help you protect yourself, your belongings and your identity. We’ve added the following icons to our product pages so you can quickly… Read More

Packing Hints & Looking The Best

Jan 22nd, 2011 Packing Tips

Whether you’re a snowbird heading to a sunny destination or an urban aficionado attracted to the holiday lights of the city, you’ll need to bring a bag. We’ve compiled these tips to help you pack efficiently, taking only what’s essential and putting together the right outfits to look your best on your trip. Create a… Read More

How To Pick The Right Luggage For Your Next Trip

Jan 22nd, 2011 Packing Tips, Travel Tips

We’ve compiled the most important factors to consider when selecting the perfect bag. Size: You have many options when it comes to bag size, but the numbers you need to know are the guidelines for carry-on luggage. These days, it can be hard to know what to expect at the security gate or check in,… Read More

Adapters & Converters 101

Jan 22nd, 2011 Packing Tips, Travel Tips

The Basics In the USA our electrical current is rated at 110-125 volts. Many other countries throughout the world operate on 220-250v. You will need an electrical converter to use your 110v appliance when traveling in these 220v countries. The two-prong electrical outlets that you are familiar with in the USA can be very different… Read More