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4 Wearable Travel Gadgets That'll Seriously Change Your Trip

Apple's first smartwatch lets you pay for coffee, get directions, hail a taxi, and more. Best practice: Use it to put boarding passes on your wrist via Passbook or as your room key at Starwood hotels.
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lets you pay for coffee, get directions, hail a taxi, and more. Best practice: Use it to put boarding passes on your wrist via Passbook or as your room key at Starwood hotels.
From $349
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These Bluetooth, noise-canceling
have built-in biometric capabilities. Best practice: Clock your steps while listening to a walking tour, thanks to sensors that track your calorie burn and heart rate.
$300
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continuously takes pictures everywhere you go. Best practice: Stop seeing the world through your phone or camera. You'll get plenty of cityscapes without pressing a button.
$199
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measures and analyzes UV rays. Best practice: Never get sunburned again. June's companion app notifies you when it's time to reapply your SPF 50 or head into the shade.
$129
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--By Tom Samiljan