1. Eagle Creek Pack-it cubes:
Several of these will make the endless packing and unpacking of travelling a breeze. It allows you to turn your backpack into compartments of space that you can stack. There are a number of knock offs of this product on the market but I tend to stick with Eagle Creek because they are well made, robust and after a decade of dragging mine around the world there isn't so much as a broken zip pull or a tear in the material. Absolute gold and real time saver. Not to mention it encourages you to pack more effectively and get the most out of the space you have.
2. Power Monkey:
Smart phones are great but we all know the battery life in them is absolutely terrible. Whether you out in the wilderness or on a long bus rider, The Power monkey Explorer edition allows you to keep a spare charge with you at all times. It comes with a number of international plug adaptors and phone adaptors. So you can plug it in at your hotel and power it up or give a new friend some juice for their device.
One really cool feature is the solar folding solar panel that comes with the power pack. Simply attach the panel to the top of your rucksack, connect it up to the Power Monkey and you catching the sun's rays and turning them into power. Great when your out in the middle of nowhere!
3. Eat n' Tool
I can't eat wet food with my hands. I've tried, I've had Indian friends try to teach me but I end up looking like my baby son at lunch time i.e. caked in fruit pureé.
Thats where the Eat n Tool comes in. Its small and light so goes in my EDC travel pack and it has a couple of handy features: