The best gadgets for organised travellers

If you’re serious about staying compact and organised when you travel, then these are the gadgets for you.

Best travel bag organisers

If you’re serious about staying compact and organised when you travel, it may be time to invest in one of these travel organisers. Here are our favourites.

Portable Hanging Toiletry Bag 

Keeping track of your cosmetics can be a nightmare while travelling. It’s especially important to know where they are if you need to remove all liquids periodically to get through airport security. Meet the ultimate toiletry tamer.

It helps you organise your toiletries and keep them all in one space, so you can avoid confusion and leaks. It’s 9.45” by 7.48” by 3.74”, so it won’t take up much space in your suitcase. It also has a hook, meaning you will have easy access to it in shower cubicles and not have to worry about it getting wet on the floor.

RRP: $11.20

Organiser Travel Bags and Cubes (Six Piece)

Made with a high-quality polyester material and long-lasting two way zippers, your clothes will remain organised and easily accessible. This pack includes cubes of different sizes for clothes and a bag for shoes. Three cubes are topped with mesh, so that clothes can be easily identified. The other three are made entirely of a water-resistant polyester material designed to keep your valuable items dry.

RRP: $21.45

Lewis N. Clark AM/PM Folding Pill Organiser

This subtle pill organiser is colour coded, numbered and has 16 slots, so you won’t have to worry about misplacing or forgetting your medications. The design is lightweight and portable, keeping your pills secure and discreet. It also includes a medical reference card, where you can keep important medical information, and an exterior zippered pocket where medical documentation required for travelling can be stored. 

RRP: $11.89

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    johnp
    31st Aug 2019
    8:07am
    Yep, buy all the junk, become a hoarder and fill up your house like seen on tv, countries like china are the main beneficiaries
    SuziJ
    31st Aug 2019
    11:37am
    Most of these items are fairly common to most travellers.

    First, you don't 'need' to take all your toiletries with you in your cabin baggage (unless you're on a ticket with no checked luggage and are taking everything on board). You can pack them into your checked luggage and not have to worry about taking them through security.

    Secondly, rather than having to worry about packing cubes, you can purchase a pack of large resealable zip lock bags at Coles, Woolies, Kmart & BigW. Put all your clothes out and make them into a 'day pack' - underwear, top, pants, dress, etc. Put them into the bag, zip the lock to around 3/4 of the way along, then roll and expel all the air and finish off the zip. Then pack them into your luggage. Takes up less space. 'Hercules Resealable Large Storage Bags 15 pack' $2.50 @ The Reject Shop, also available @ Woolies for $2.90.

    Pill organisers. Don't take your meds in them if you're going overseas. Your meds should be in their original packaging with a dispensing label attached. Your doctor can do a list of your medications, PBS and non-prescription, and this is to be carried with you at all times. There's a form available from Medicare on the internet in a PDF format that you can download and complete yourself, Make sure that ALL your meds are included. Check out your destination to find out if any of your meds are illegal in that country. I understand that Singapore has the most stringent rules in regards to pain medication. Check it out before you travel. Most countries will allow you to have up to 3 months worth of medication with you when you enter the country. ALWAYS take your repeat scripts with you just in case you forget one of your meds, you can fill it at the chemist at the airport. Just don't refill the script within 20 days of the last filling, otherwise you'll have to pay the full cost of the script, not the current concessional rate.

    I use a 'Removable 7 Day Tablet Organiser available @ Chemist Warehouse for $10.49 each (at the time of writing). I have 2 - one for my day and one for my night tablets. They have removable days which are easy for travel.

    DISCLAIMER: The businesses I have mentioned above may, or may not have the products I have mentioned above. I have done my research on the internet and they indicate that the products are available at least online. Check with the business for in store availability.


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