Christmas shopping for the constant traveller is not always an easy task.
After all, what do you get someone who's always on the go? Well, as glamorous as the idea of 24/7 globe-trotting sounds, the reality is less than picture-perfect.
Between the jet-lag they’ll face with during those double-digit hour-long flights or fighting for some peace and quiet on that jam-packed bus, there are some downsides to a typically awesome lifestyle.
Fortunately, it's the season for giving and in this day and age, if there’s a problem then there’s a good chance a gadget or gift that can fix it. To make things a bit easier during the hectic holidays, The Huffington Post Canada Travel has round up a few gift ideas for the traveller always on the move.
For friends constantly documenting the world via their phone, give them the Photojojo cell phone lenses. For iPhone and Android, the fisheye, telephoto, wide angle and macro lenses will make those Instagram photos even more shareable.
Available online for $49.00
Swiss Pure Air
If dry skin and nosebleeds are some of the obstacles you have to overcome while travelling during the winter, perhaps a humidifier is for you. Air-O-Swiss travel humidifier earns points for its size and portability and an adaptor for European outlets. Hotels regularly supply bottles of water so all you'll need to do is plug one in, flip on the switch and let the gentle mist of steam do its thing while you sleep.
Available online for $59.99
For those who are regularly on the fly, storage solutions to keep everything in its place are always welcome. Lug's Bento Box storage container set offers three sizes in bright colours to sequester anything from lunch to tech accessories.
Available online for $55.00
Get the traveller something distinct and practical with the Heys World Map spinner suitcase. It's made out of polycarbonate, features a built in TSA-approve lock and has 360°-spinning wheels. The case is part of a limited-edition series by digital artist Fernando Volken Togni, so its eyecatching too.
Available online for $129.97
A charger is essential for any traveller -- considering they're probably packing a mini electronics store in their luggage. The Stone Greenzero Charger not only does the job but shuts off when all the items are powered back to full force.
Available online for $14.95
Peace and quiet comes easily with the Quiet Comfort 20i noise-cancelling earphones. These earbuds are the latest creation from Bose, the pioneers in creating headphones that are high quality, comfortable and long-lasting. From in-transit to in-room, these headphones are worth every penny.
Available online for $329.00
Even though frequent travellers try to keep their items to a minimum, sometimes an extra hand or strap is necessary. For the overburdened traveller, the Add-a-Bag Strap connects two bags or links your bags to your suitcase, making for an easier time to catch that connecting flight.
Available online for $9.99
The New York Times "36 Hours" series from Taschen features tips and insider information for travellers looking to extend the business trip to a long weekend. There are now four books for The States, Canada, Europe and the newly added Latin America & Caribbean and Asia & Oceania.
Available online for $37.99
For those travellers who fly far and can't schedule nap time, No-Jet-Lag is the homeopathic answer to help survive extreme time changes and keep to the that strict itinerary.
Available online for 10.97
Although it may be old school, a notebook is never a waste to a frequent traveller, especially the Moleskine Limited Edition Star War series with titles such as "Here's where the fun begins" and the classic "May the force be with you."
Available online for $20.06
With Files From Brian Trinh and Waheeda Harris
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