By Amos Kwon
on 8.3.12
Photo by Tom Bihn

Tom Bihn spends a lot of time thinking of ways to make travel easier (though he has yet to make plane seats wider). The Seattle-based travel gear/luggage company that bears his name tackles both big and small jobs. One small but vital task that often gets overlooked though is the pesky task of keeping gadgets and goods together during TSA hoedown. The Tom Bihn Travel Tray conquers that task and gets high marks from us for its pure utilitarianism. Toss your keys, wallet and your other EDC items (sans knife) into the Travel Tray and send it on through. Then just pull up the outer flap, cinch the drawstring and away you go. 4.5 inches tall by 8 inches in diameter, the Travel Tray is constructed of Tom Bihn’s nylon/Dyneema ripstop material and collapses completely flat for easy storage. Plus, it’s a great place to centralize your smaller items in your hotel room, so you don’t have to go scrambling to find your gear at the last minute. Genius.

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