Best Products to Get the Business Traveler in Your Life


Find the perfect gift for your favorite business traveler.: Photo Credit: Yuri_Arcurs/iStock/Getty Images Plus collection/Getty Images

When gift-giving season rolls around, what do you give the person who’s always on the go for work? Even for the most road-tested business traveler, there’s a perfect accessory out there, just waiting to make their a life a little easier in the air and away from home. Here are six gift ideas to upgrade your favorite jetsetter’s life to a greater level of comfort and joy:

Bluesmart Carry-On Bag

The Bluesmart line of tech-enabled luggage made quite a splash with its first edition, and now has released the improved Series 2 collection. In particular, its 22-inch Cabin model offers the ultimate in carry-on conveniences, like a built-in supercharger, location tracker and specs designed to fit any overhead bin. The bags come in shades of silver, charcoal grey or blue.

Bose Quiet Control 30 Wireless Earphones

Brought to you by the same brand responsible for the popular Quiet Comfort noise-canceling over-ear headphones,these wireless earphones offer noise reduction, clear calls and music streaming with a sleek design. Users can control everything via the Bose Connect application, switching easily between devices and handling everything on-screen. Fantastic for keeping things hands-free on long commutes and while running through airports, it’s a tech accessory coveted by many a frequent traveler.

S’Well Bottle

For a simple gift that delivers both style and substance, look no further than the S’Well bottle, available in a broad array of colors and finishes. Made of insulated, non-toxic stainless steel, the bottles come in nine ounce, 17 ounce and 25 ounce varieties, they keep hot beverages hot for 12 hours and cold beverages cold for a full 24 hours. With well over 100 styles ranging from stone, wood and floral to bright metallics and bold patterns, there’s sure to be something to suit any traveler’s tastes and every gift givers budget—prices start at $25.

eBags Packing Cubes

For those looking to up their suitcase game and keep everything separated, wrinkle-free and easy to find, packing cubes can be just the thing. In particular, eBags packing cubes give each category of clothes its own individual cubbie, preventing a bag’s contents from shifting in flight. Available in a variety of sizes and colors, sold both individually and in sets, they can be mixed and matched to fit any traveler’s needs.

Fancii Cool Mist Personal Mini-Humidifier

Ask anyone who’s ever had their skin, hair and even sleep frazzled by too-dry air what little luxury they’d love to tote with them, and most would say a humidifier. Luckily, the Fancii Cool Mist personal humidifier is tiny, portable and powerful, and all it takes to make it work is a USB cord (or three AA batteries) and a bottle of water. With automatic shutoff after two, four, six or eight hours, it can ensure a deeper sleep, clear up a dry throat and work wonders for a traveler’s appearance, too.

RAVPower 2-Port iSmart Hub Data Transfer Power Bank

For the ultimate charge, consider giving your road warrior the gift of double-device superpowers. Through its two ports that work simultaneously without draining each other’s output, the RAVPower iSmart Hub Data Transfer Power Bank can charge a MacBook in the same amount of time as a wall outlet. Plus, one charge can power an iPhone up to seven times, a Galaxy phone up to five times and a small tablet twice. It transfers data, too, all without fear of overheating or short-circuiting.

Wherever your loved ones’ travels may take them, they will benefit from staying in a wellness-focused hotel with guests’ comfort and health in mind. EVEN Hotels are known for amenities like soft bamboo sheets, spa-inspired bathrooms, in-room yoga mats and fitness videos, cork-floored workout studios and health-conscious cafes offering delicious, freshly-prepared meals onsite.

About the Author

 Amy Lynch is a writer/editor whose work has appeared on Refinery29, The Hairpin and The Collective Quarterly, telling the stories of places that ignite conversation, projects that stimulate progress, and people who move the world forward. She lives in Austin, Texas.