Could you cram 10 days of clothes and supplies into a carry-on? Few fly more frequently than pilots and flight attendants, so read on to learn how they choose what to pack, how to organize items in their luggage, and what tasks they perform on the road (hint: many bring laundry soap).
Although this product is decidedly low-tech, it is a constant companion whether traveling for business or pleasure. Always within reach, the Rhodia Classic Staplebound 3.0″ x 4.75″ Graph Notebook is handy to quickly jot down notes, look up travel reservation numbers, keep a brief journal of the day’s events, and capture any morsel of information when [...]
With temperatures in the 70s over the weekend, Mr. and Mrs. TTR strapped on the boots and headed for our favorite local hike, the 5.5-mile Cheatham/Kolb loop at the Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park. On this trek TTR tested the EveryTrail iPhone app, which makes it easy to find, track, and share trips. Through its [...]
Nearly every mobile phone supports Bluetooth. Nearly every mobile phone is uncomfortable to use when jammed between the ear and shoulder, and nearly every user has better things to do with his hands than hold a phone to his ear. Maddeningly, nearly every Bluetooth headset TTR has tried either sounded horrible or fit poorly. Until [...]
A common issue faced by touch-screen smartphone owners is how to use them in cold weather. It can be difficult to peel off a glove in time to, say, dig the iPhone out of one’s pocket and swipe the screen to accept a call. With Agloves Touch Screen Gloves, however, users can keep their gloves [...]