The Weirdest Travel Gear The drive-thru bib is just the beginning. Check out all the strange-but-true travel products. Budget Travel Thursday, Aug 26, 2010, 1:14 PM The Dualbrella, for couples who are more "dry-clean only" than "wash 'n' wear. (Courtesy Hammacher Schlemmer) Budget Travel LLC, 2016
 

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The Weirdest Travel Gear

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The Dualbrella, for couples who are more "dry-clean only" than "wash 'n' wear. (Courtesy Hammacher Schlemmer)
Yep, you still have to wear clothes underneath. (Courtesy Slanket)
With 141 different functions on the Giant Knife, we wonder which ones didn't make the cut. (Courtesy Wenger)
Does this GasBGon "Tush Down" flatulence cushion smell like team spirit? (Courtesy Dairiair)
Renaissance Bidets says its travel bidet makes a "perfect gift." We're not so sure about that. (Courtesy morganrockhill.com)
Does this Rest Easy bedbug spray have the whiff of paranoia—or common sense? (Courtesy RMB Group)
The BananaBunker gets put to work. (Courtesy Cultured Containers)
As BT staffer Nick DeRenzo demonstrates, you can also use the pocket on the BeltzBib for stashing fries. (Michael Mohr)
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