The strangest travel gadgets on the market today may have questionable practical value, but are sure to generate conversation and perhaps a few laughs.
For travelers that are frequently behind the wheel of a motor vehicle, or are trying to cover many miles without stopping for food, the travel bib may be the perfect invention. It hooks over the driver’s shoulders, and he can eat comfortably while driving, knowing that any food that falls will end up in a waterproof pocket at the bottom of the bib.
Honeymooners who end up exploring a European capital during a rainy week need not despair: the Dualbrella is 6 feet wide and can comfortably and romantically accommodate two people.
A travel bidet is available for those who have become accustomed to this European fixture. It is battery operated and can be packed away to be only 6 inches long, making it highly portable for travel.
For rugged outdoorsmen, Wenger produces a giant knife that has 87 implements, weighs a full two pounds, and measures nearly 9 inches in width.
Travelers on a tight budget that are checking into a questionable hostel may want to invest in Rest Easy bedbug spray, a natural pesticide that promises to kill bedbugs and other nighttime crawlers.
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