Let’s fly away – Travel essentials

Wheely good technology!

Trade that tattered old case for a piece of jet-setting art with Bluesmart Carry-On. The world’s first smart luggage, it features 3G+GPS tracking to follow its location, backup battery for charging, access USB ports and even the first-ever TSA-approved digital lock; giving you remote access to secure belongings. And with a built-in scale syncing the weight of your case, you can avoid those unwanted baggage fees. Result! l

Bluesmart Carry-On is sold exclusively at Selfridges London. bluesmart.com, @bluesmart, @selfridges


Just the tonic…

Ensure you always maintain your impeccable

sense of style with new signature travel scents from Ted Baker. Themed around treasured metals, the gold, silver and copper tonics keep you feeling, and smelling, your best — regardless of wherever your journey takes you. Can’t decide which bottle looks best? Take our advice and get all three.

Ted Baker Travel Tonics 25ml begin from £25 via tedbaker.com, @ted_baker


Join the MileHi club

Make the journey as important as the destination with new app, MileHi. Created to transform idle time into fun interactions, the app allows you to connect with fellow travellers, join their networks, and stay in touch with those also in airports and cities around the world. And with flight details and instant messaging, you’ve now got the perfect excuse to book that next trip to the sunshine. MileHi is available for iOS and Android, download via

milehi.me, @milehiapp




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