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World's Weirdest Travel Gadgets

Metal-detecting sandals, self-propelled suitcases, and bacteria-disinfecting wands are just a few of the quirky products available to the discerning traveler.

Travel Bidet

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Allegedly invented by French furniture designers in the 1600s, the bidet (that post–powder room cleanser beloved by Europeans) has been updated for the squeaky-clean set. Sanicare’s pocket-size travel version is battery operated and comes with its own travel pouch. As one reviewer noted on SkyMall’s website: “I was nervous at first, but after a few squirts, I couldn’t stop gushing.” Eeeew. Sanicare.com; $39.95.

—Kathryn O’Shea-Evans

World's Weirdest Travel Gadgets

Travel Bidet

Allegedly invented by French furniture designers in the 1600s, the bidet (that post–powder room cleanser beloved by Europeans) has been updated for the squeaky-clean set. Sanicare’s pocket-size travel version is battery operated and comes with its own travel pouch. As one reviewer noted on SkyMall’s website: “I was nervous at first, but after a few squirts, I couldn’t stop gushing.” Eeeew. Sanicare.com; $39.95.

—Kathryn O’Shea-Evans

Courtesy of Sanicare
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