Deciding what to pack in your carry-on for the perfect trip can turn out to be quite the task. So long as you have The Game Theory at your side, you’ll have a TSA approved anti-theft backpack to keep your items safe. But figuring out what to fill your back with might not be nearly so obvious. The TSA makes it clear what items you can’t bring in your carry-on bag, so it’s up to you to figure out what is best for your trip. To help you travel smarter, we’ve listed five categories that might give you some ideas on what you should take that will make your flight as comfortable as possible. 

 

  • Electronics
  • Medications
  • Toiletries
  • Snacks
  • Battery Packs
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    Electronics

     

    This often goes without saying, but it’s never a good idea to trust your fragile electronics in the hands of baggage handlers. Too many travelers have experienced the horrors of opening up their luggage to a destroyed laptop, tablet or other devices. To prevent any harm from coming to your precious valuables, keep them with you. There’s no need to worry when you’ve got the most secure backpack for travel. Our backpack has extra cushions specifically made to keep your electronics from harm. The separate laptop pocket features a strap for drop protection. You might still have to remove your laptop into a separate bin, but you’ll have a backpack that’s 100% TSA approved when lying flat.

    TSA workers moving items through security

    Airport security moving backpacks along conveyor belt 

    Medications

    If you have any specific health needs that require packing important medications, you will definitely want them in your carry-on. If your checked-in bag were to get lost in transit, you wouldn’t want to be stranded in an unfamiliar destination without your essential medications. That would surely ruin any vacation. Having all your supplies in your safe travel gear will make things a much smoother experience. Be sure to also plan beforehand and make sure that the place your are visiting, if out of the country, allows the medications you need to take with you. For instance, you may find that your medication is illegal in certain countries. As for the plane itself, if you’re worried about liquids or needles making it through TSA, attaining a note from a doctor should do the trick. If you’re still unsure, take a peek at the pack smart page on the CDC website. Best of all, with all the pockets in our backpack, you won’t have to worry about where to put your health kit.

     

     

    Toiletries

     

    Even if you packed toiletries in your checked bag, its always a good idea to bring a few travel size items like toothpaste, mouthwash, and facial wipes in your carry-on. Depending on the length of your flight, you might feel the need to freshen up before leaving the airport. Having these toiletries readily available in your carry-on can prevent the hassle of rummaging through your luggage and wasting precious vacation time. It’s also a good idea on the off-chance that your checked-in luggage is misplaced or lost. If you have extra toiletries in your carry-on you won’t have to worry about wasting extra money at the airport or pharmacy

     

     

    Snacks

    Traveling book bag snacks

    various food snacks in sandwich bags being prepared for travelling. 

    Despite the vast availability of food vendors at most airports, you still may want to bring your own snacks with you. Whether it’s to save money on over-priced food or because of specific-dietary needs, you’ll be happy to know that there are few limitations on bringing food past TSA. As long as it isn’t liquid and is wrapped, your free to bring your food across security and snack on the plane. Bring an empty refillable water bottle and fill it up once your past security. Your backpack has a special pocket inside specifically for holding your bottle. No one’s going to be taking your specialty novelty drink bottle from Disney World now!

     

     

    Battery Pack

     

    Nothing spells a ruined flight like dead devices. Packing a battery pack or two can save you the trouble of suffering in silence through a 4-hour flight (especially if the on-board entertainment display isn’t working). Battery packs are also useful once you get to your destination. Instead of wasting time searching for places to charge your devices, you can keep the day and the adventure going. The Game Theory anti-theft backpack makes traveling easier with a built-in USB charging port for all your favorite devices. You simply set the battery pack into the interior pocket where the USB port is and plug in your phone on the outside. Perfect for keeping your phone in reach when you want to take a picture of all the new scenery. Who knew you could have USB and anti-theft all at once?

     

    Phone using USB charging

    : Cell phone charging through USB charger at 100% 

    Have a Fun Trip!

     

    Packing the right items in your carry-on can mean the difference between a stressful and a stress-free trip. If you’re having trouble deciding what to pack for your next flight, these 5 tips will help keep you prepared for whatever your destination has in store. Whether you’re taking a nice vacation or having a business trip, you want to be stress free. If mishaps occur, there’s no need to worry. You’ll have what you need with you, even if your check-in luggage somehow disappeared. Always remember to keep your things secure and bring safe travel gear with you so you can leave all the worries behind you.

     

     

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