11 Best Christmas Gifts For Digital Nomads For Travel In 2023

Best Christmas Gifts For Digital Nomads

If you know a digital nomad, think about giving them presents that give them the comforts of home, but also things they might not want to buy themselves. They may be less inclined to spend on things like nice luggage or the ideal towel because they work in order to travel.

They like to pack light and are always looking for more effective ways to carry everything they need. Although they live a very frugal lifestyle, digital nomads still love luxury items like silk pillowcases and pampering skin care, and are grateful for any gift that increases their productivity, quality of sleep, or enjoyment of travel.

Here are ten gifts that we believe any digital nomad will cherish in 2023:

EPICKA Universal Travel Adapter

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This Epicka Universal Travel Adapter will be a lifesaver for global nomads in the digital age. This highly versatile device allows you to charge up to six gadgets with just one plug and can change shape to match outlets in more than 150 different nations. Fair warning, though: even though this adaptor is great for electronics, it cannot handle higher-power items like hair dryers because it is not a travel converter.

Price: $23

Cushion Lab Ergonomic Travel Neck Pillow

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Especially when traveling across time zones or at unusual hours, everyone has to take a nap occasionally. We especially adore this memory foam pillow because of its unusual asymmetrical shape, which is adaptable for people of various body kinds and sizes. Furthermore, it can be tucked into a little pouch that clips outside of a carry-on bag.

Price: $55

Samsonite Freeform Hardside Expandable Spinner

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This 21-inch wheeled suitcase has a durable yet lightweight thermoplastic shell that comes in a choice of colors, and it glides easily over all kinds of terrain. Everything they required for a four-day excursion, including two pairs of shoes, fit into this suitcase.

Price: $200

Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700

Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones

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A digital nomad can work through almost anything with a good set of noise-canceling headphones: noisy cafes, crowded airplanes, street noise, you name it. The Bose Noise Canceling Headphones 700 are the best of the best, according to testers. The sound quality of these over-ear Bluetooth headphones is unmatched, whether you are listening to music or speaking into the clear microphone. They have a modern design and feel great to wear.

Price: $379

Cotopaxi Allpa 35L Travel Pack

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The Cotopaxi Allpa 35L Travel Pack is a chic and practical alternative to (or complement to) a roller board. This backpack, which is offered in vivid colors and basic black, has several zipped compartments to keep your clothes organized, but it is still enough unstructured to allow you to tuck socks and other little objects into every corner.

Price: $200

Nomader Collapsible Water Bottle

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These bottles are not only good for water but are also useful if you have leftover alcohol, wine, juice, or other beverages that you do not want to leave behind. The BPA-free, dishwasher safe Nomader Collapsible Water Bottle folds neatly after emptying.

Price: $37

Amazon Kindle Oasis

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A digital nomad can not work all the time. Sometimes we just want to read a book, a magazine or the local newspaper. With its customizable warm light and one-handed reading capabilities, the Kindle Oasis makes an excellent gift for frequent travelers. If you prefer to alternate between listening to audiobooks and reading books, you can easily connect the Kindle Oasis to your Libby public library account. It also works with Audible.

Price: $270

Nimble Champ Portable Charger

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No matter how much technology companies increase the battery life of their devices, you will always need to charge something. Compared to many other chargers we checked, the Nimble Eco-friendly Champ Portable Charger is prettier and more portable, and it can charge up to two Android or Apple devices at once. The fact that it’s made of recyclable plastic and comes in bright colors makes it easy to find in a dark bag.

Price: $50

Ring Video Doorbell Pro 2

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A digital nomad will want to keep an eye on their front door if they still have a base of operations. As a stay-at-home tech assistant, the Ring Video Doorbell Pro 2 keeps an eye on guests and accepts shipments. Users can instruct delivery personnel where to drop products using the Alexa Greetings function, and motion detection can notify you if a person or parcel needs your attention.

Price: $260

LiDiVi Luggage Cup Holder

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Nothing ruins a trip more than coffee landing on the front of your favorite sweater. We recommend the very ingenious LiDiVi Luggage Cup Holder to travelers who always have their hands a little too full. This cup holder attaches to the telescoping handle of your rolling suitcase. This way you can conveniently store your coffee cup and fresh juice while keeping your hands free to hand over your passport.

Price: from $10 for small

Tesalate The Alchemist Sand-Free Beach Towel

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A beach towel is an unexpected but useful item to have in your carry-on, as it can be used at the beach or pool, or as a blanket at the park. In our review of the best beach towels, we recommend the Tesalate The Alchemist Beach Towel because it is elegant, lightweight, compact and incredibly absorbent.

Price: $59