Portable Speaker

The Mini Jambox is small enough to fit in your pocket and light enough that you won’t even notice it. An ideal portable speaker, this thing packs more of a punch than most stationary sound systems. $179; jawbone.com

Mini Iron

Being the stylish man you are, you’re going to need to carry along an iron. The Steam Bug Travel Iron warms up in 15 seconds and leaves shirts wrinkle-free. Don’t ever run straight from the airport to a meeting in a wrinkled shirt again. Use this iron in the airport bathroom if you have to. $35; brookstone.com

Universal Adapter

Tumi’s Ultra Slim Universal Power Adapter Kit is compatible with just about any mobile phone, laptop, or MP3 player, so you can keep your electronics powered up without carrying around that mess of cords. $195; tumi.com

Luggage Scale

Weighing and measuring your bag before you get to the airport can save you an awful lot of frustration and money. Lightweight and portable, the Kikkerland Travel Luggage Scale lets you be sure your travel bag will meet airline requirements pre check-in counter freak out. $10; kikkerland.com

Ear Buds

High quality sound in a headphone that simply can’t be beat. You can get your pair of urbeats in one of 8 colors or buy them all to match to your outfit. Never sacrifice sound for style again. These ultra-light ear buds are tangle-free and made to take a beating. $99.95; beatsbydre.com

Travel Clock

Two inches in diameter, Swiss Army’s Travel Alarm 1884 Limited Edition can fit almost anywhere, and the stainless-steel case protects it during bumpy rides. $550; swissarmy.com

Luggage Tracker

GlobaTrac, LLC recently launched an awesome, innovative new product to track your lost luggage. The Trakdot is a 3″ by 2″ device that you drop in your bag before you board. When you fly, Trakdot knows and goes to sleep until you land, when it reports its new location using an embedded radio receiver. Depending on your set preferences, a text-message or email is sent to you confirming that your luggage has arrived with you. Trakdot alerts you where your bag is in a 30-foot radius, which is less accurate than GPS. However, the Trakdot is cheaper than a GPS and runs on a pair of AA batteries for up to one month. To use your Trakdot you must first buy the device then pay $21.98 for activation and a year service plan. $59.99; trakdot.com