When Monday’s meeting is in California and Tuesday’s dinner is at a restaurant in SoHo, work can be stressful. Such is the way of life for the business traveler. If you’re racking up miles like George Clooney in Up in the Air, you should at least outfit yourself with items that make all that travel a bit less annoying. Here are the best travel products you can buy right now.

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Tile Slim

Tile was already one of our favorite tracking devices, helping us locate misplaced bags and lost gear. Now, with the release of Tile Slim, we can bring that trackability to a world of smaller items. Since it’s as thin as two credit cards, you can shove a Tile Slim in a wallet, a laptop sleeve, or in just about any item you fear your weathered brain might forget about. If your item is close, you can have it make an alert sound for you. If you have no luck there, simply use the app to see its last known location on a map. There’s no upkeep, no battery to replace. It’s simple peace of mind.

$30
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Braun MobileShave

Rushing to your hotel to drop your bags off before attending a meeting leaves little time for freshening up. Still, a 5 o’clock shadow doesn’t exactly inform your colleagues you’re calm, cool, and collected. Braun has the answer in the form of the MobileShave. Thanks to its size, the Mobile Shave can be tossed in your bag or dopp kit and pulled out just about anywhere when you need to tame your facial hairs. It delivers a close shave and can be cleaned under running water. And since it’s powered by replaceable batteries, you don’t need to worry about charging it before every trip.

$25
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Raden A50 Set

Unless you’re a packing maven, you’ve encountered a situation where you weren’t sure your luggage would be too heavy to check. The Raden A50 Set eliminates this worry. The ergonomic carry handle doubles as a scale when used with Raden’s app to let you know just heavy your loaded suitcase is. And while that alone is enough to get us interested in their luggage, we also love how lightweight each piece is, the polycarbonate shell that protects your gear from impacts and cracking, and the sleek and clean design.

$595
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Casio EQB600

We’ve all been there: you arrive in a far-off country, look at your watch, and have to perform mental gymnastics to figure out the local time, or you forget about the time change altogether and miss a meeting or appointment. Well, if you have the new Casio EQB600 on your wrist, these problems are a thing of the past. The smartwatch automatically updates to the local time when you travel. All you have to do is link the watch to your phone and you’ll never worry about how many hours ahead or behind home you are.

$395
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Bellroy All-Conditions Phone Pocket

The new All-Conditions Phone Pocket from Bellroy has just the right amount of storage for your necessities when you travel. As the name suggests, it holds your phone, but it also has space for credit cards, business cards, cash, and keys. But the real selling point here is how it will keep all those things safe from the elements when you’re running to the subway in a city you don’t quite know the layout of. Each is outfitted with a water-resistant YKK Aquaguard zip closure to ensure not even a drop of rain will find its way to your essentials.

$90+
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Bose QuietComfort 35 Wireless Headphones

A good pair of noise-cancelling headphones is a must for any aircraft cabin dweller. Not only do they allow you to enjoy movies, music, and shows, but they drown out the crying child in 20C. For a long, long time, the QuietComforts from Bose have been the pair most people have turned to—and for good reason. Well, after a long and illustrious run, the classic cans have been replaced—by another pair of Bose headphones. The new QuietComfort 35s offer world-class noise cancellation, balanced audio, and they don’t have to be tethered to your laptop or iPad. The wireless headphones offer 20 hours of wireless play time per charge, but you can get 40 hours of play time if you opt to go wired. They even connect to the Bose app to allow for a more personalized experience. Trust us, they’re worth every penny.

$349
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Best Made Small Gfeller Document Case

Travel brings with it a whole slew of work problems. You’re clearly not going to travel with your whole desk, so you need to pare down your work essentials. Consider tossing those essentials in The Small Gfeller Document Case. The 8.5 oz. American russet skirting leather case is made by Gfeller Casemakers, a company geologists and archaeologists have trusted for cases since 1946, and it’s finished with a signature Best Made Co. brass snap. The stunning leather will develop a unique patina over time, so the more you travel and get your paws on it, the more it becomes your own. Perfect for a notebook, iPad Mini, some pens, and all the paperwork you need.

$248
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Chrome Macheto Travel Bag

A seasoned traveler doesn’t need a full luggage set. With superior packing skills and travel know-how, one simple bag is all that’s required. Make that one bag the Macheto Travel Bag from Chrome. Guaranteed for life, the new Chrome bag is clearly tough as nails. It offers a section for your clothing and another for all your tech and accessories. The shoulder straps can be stored so it doesn’t get caught while you’re trying to toss it in the overhead bin. It’s attractive and perfect for the savvy traveler.

$200
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Mack Weldon Everyday Socks

Want to know the secret to a more comfortable flight? Great socks. Yes, socks. From getting through security to napping on a red-eye, Mack Weldon’s Everyday Socks will keep your puppies from barking. Made with a cushioned footbed, seamless toe and heel, and a super soft combed cotton that stretches, these are the socks you never knew you wanted.

$15
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Mophie Powerstation

Mophie has long been the name in portable battery units for phones, tablets, and assorted devices, but the company isn’t resting on its laurels. Mophie has just launched updated versions of their travel companions. The freshly updated Powerstation is packed with more power than ever before, as it offers two additional charges for your smartphone. On top of that, the two USB ports allow you to charge multiple devices.

$50
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Tech Dopp Kit

Your grooming supplies aren’t the only travel necessities in need of their own storage vessel; your gadgets and cables could use some tidying up as well. Luckily, the Tech Dopp Kit allows you to do that in style. Handmade in Los Angeles out of soft, supple leather, each Tech Dopp Kit is built to holster all those loose cables, cords, and beeping gizmos.

$200
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Kindle Oasis

Gone are the days when you’d pop into the Hudson Booksellers in your terminal and grab the latest hardcover to devour on the your flight. Tablets and e-readers have made traveling with a book a lot less cumbersome. Of all the options out there, the Kindle remains our favorite, and the most recent version is the finest yet. The Kindle Oasis is the thinnest and lightest ever made, it boasts a new ergonomic design, and it has the longest battery life of any Kindle yet. Not only is it the highest resolution Kindle, it’s also equipped with enhanced lighting and a slew of features a standard paperback can’t offer.

$289