New Travel Gear We Love

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Bacteria be gone SteriPen's AdventurerOpti zaps 99 percent of viruses, bacteria, and protozoa that cause waterborne illnesses. It's the company's lightest model yet., $99.
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Max out your allowance Balanzza's new Mini luggage scale is shaped like a handle, with a strap that hooks to your belongings added on, so it's compact enough to take anywhere. It will pay for itself the first time you avert an overweight baggage fee., $25, debuts in August.
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Everything in its right place Instead of having one cavernous compartment that swallows your stuff whole, Ivar's day packs use semirigid dividers to redistribute the weight. Save your back!, from $85.
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Seeing is believing The one-of-a-kind, wide-angle lens on Liquid Image's new Scuba Series HD Wide Angle video mask captures high-def video and also takes five-megapixel stills., $350, available in late June.
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Know where you go Panasonic brings built-in GPS to its vaunted line of Leica-lensed cameras in the Lumix ZS7, which geotags each photo and video with precisely where it was taken., $400.
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Luggage locator Press a button, and when you step within 90 feet of your bag, the Easy 2 Pick electronic luggage tag will alert you wirelessly., $25.
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Cut the cord(s) Powermat's Portable Mat wireless charging station allows you to charge devices such as your phone, MP3 player, iPhone, BlackBerry, and Bluetooth headset without their adapters., $100.
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Airtight solution Finally, a reliable way to transport liquids while flying: The VinniBag has inflatable air chambers that protect wine bottles and other delicate souvenirs against bumps and bangs., $29.
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Loads of laughs The Comic Tote from eco-conscious, lively design house Make Love Not Trash is the perfect size (16 x 13.5 x 6.5 inches) to shoulder all your magazines, snacks, and other belongings., $38.
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Fly to the music Sennheiser's CX 680 earbuds are tough, with Kevlar woven into the cords. Unique soft-rubber fins secure the earbuds in place, keeping them from falling out. Volume control is built into the cord., $90.
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