The Weirdest Travel Gear

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The Dualbrella, for couples who are more "dry-clean only" than "wash 'n' wear.
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Yep, you still have to wear clothes underneath.
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With 141 different functions on the Giant Knife, we wonder which ones didn't make the cut.
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Does this GasBGon "Tush Down" flatulence cushion smell like team spirit?
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Renaissance Bidets says its travel bidet makes a "perfect gift." We're not so sure about that.
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Does this Rest Easy bedbug spray have the whiff of paranoia—or common sense?
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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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