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These travel gadgets are ideal for frequent fliers.
Avoid lost luggage with a keyless blue tooth padlock like the $70 lock smart mini.
It's weather proof and And you can track location.
The battery lasts about two years or 3,000 unlocks before you need to recharge.
But be aware it's not TSA approved.
Avoid excess baggage fees at the airport with the $59 Oaxis AirScale.
With a built in hook and a numeric display, it has a maximum read out of 88 pounds or 40 kilograms.
It also doubles as a 65,000 milliamp-hour power bank.
To charge smaller USB devices.
For laptops, try the $100 FINsix Dart [INAUDIBLE] charger.
Designed to replace your existing charger with one small unit.
It runs between 100 and 240 volts, so it's good for global travel.
The Dart is compatible with most major PC brands, and comes with nine interchangeable tips.
In San Francisco I'm Lexy Savvides, cnet.com for CBS news.
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