Travel often opens your eyes up to foreign lands and new experiences. However, unreliable (and heavy) travel luggage, crying children and a crusty outlook on life after a 22-hour flight makes travelling less than ideal. When traversing the globe, having your travel necessities, packing light and being comfortable is key.

From tangled up cables to combating screaming infants onboard planes, your travel woes become almost non-existent thanks to these well-thought, practical travel gear. You can finally enjoy a truly stress-free vacation.

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Multi-directional luggage, Louis Vuitton Zephyr 55

Going for a short getaway? Travel in style with this cabin-sized luggage from Louis Vuitton, which combines traditional leather goods craftsmanship with innovative, modern design. It features a gorgeous cowhide leather trim – complete with a leather name tag – along with four multi-directional wheels for efficient mobility.

Available at Louis Vuitton stores.

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Folding cable organiser, Valextra

When bringing multiple gadgets on your travels, it can get seriously messy with the multiple cables that somehow always gets tangled in your carry-on. Who wants to spend precious vacation time unravelling cables in the hotel room, anyway? Do yourself a favour by sorting those wires out with a folding cable organiser from Valextra.

The pouch comes in 6 colours and is crafted from ultra-light textured calfskin, lined in soft suede and features 5 separate internal compartments in resistant mesh, shaped in two sizes and secured by fast snap buttons.

Available at Valextra stores worldwide. 

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Wireless headphones, Bose QuietComfort 35

Your best friend on a long flight has to be a trusty pair of noise-cancelling (preferably wireless) headphones. Enter, the QuietComfort 35 wireless headphones by Bose. With its Acoustic Noise Cancelling technology that continuously measures, compares and reacts to outside noise – and then cancelling them with the opposite signal, you can enjoy your music while every other noise around you dissipates.

With these pair of headphones, screaming infants and snoring neighbours will no longer keep you awake the entire flight duration. Just remember to keep an eye out for the important announcements, though.

Available at Bose stores. 

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Leather passport cover, Fendi Selleria

A leather passport cover should not be just functional, but stylish too. This Selleria passport cover from Fendi in black Roman leather is intricately detailed with tone-on-tone hand stitching and buttonhole bar, along with a hot-pressed Fendi logo in its interior.

Available at Fendi stores. 

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Travel spray case, Maison Francis Kurkdjian

Bringing a 175ml bottle of your signature Chanel No. 5 around is inconvenient, especially with the risk of it leaking all over your luggage. With this gold-toned stunner by Parisian perfumer Francis Kurkdjian, it has also been made unnecessary. This travel spray case is designed to fit 11ml perfume refills and comes with a hand-sewn leather pouch dyed a rich burgundy. Now you can have your favourite scent on-hand, and look classy too.

Available on Net-a-Porter

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Gear S3 Frontier watch, Samsung

The new Samsung Gear S3 incorporates combines timeless design with the latest in mobile technology, including Military-grade Protection, IP68 water and dust resistance, mobile payments, built-in speaker and GPS.

The Frontier design was built for the active explorer, enabling fuss-free payment when you travel anywhere in the world with the help of Samsung Pay. Say goodbye to rummaging through your wallet for the correct currency, your Gear S3 has got it covered.

Available at Samsung stores. 

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Dewi Nurjuwita
Senior Writer
Dewi Nurjuwita is a travel and design writer who can be found exploring the streets of foreign cities with passport in one hand and a cup of coffee in the other.