Getting everything organized when you head on a trip can be a real pain in the you know what.
I mean, you have to take care of your packing and luggage, and then on top of that make sure you have all your valuables safe and secure.
That is why I decided to invest in the Victorinox Travel Organizer.
This thing is a life saver.
And it comes to you from the makers or the original Swiss Army Knife, so you know it is going to be quality.
Well, when you buy something like this, you hope that it has a spot for all the things you need to securely travel.
And this travel organizer from Victorinox does not disappoint. It comes complete with:
As you can see from the image of the inside, there are also a bunch of other pockets to put stuff in, as you can see on the right hand side.
And, a pen holder down the middle/spine of the organizer
So, there are certainly options, depending on how you want to pack your stuff for travel.
Overall, if you like a solid piece of gear to store all your travel documents, cards and money without having to hunt for it at the checkin or security, this might be the item for you.
Note: If you want added RFID protection, keep scrolling, more on that below.
Victorinox Travel Organizer - Inside
Victorinox Travel Organizer - Outside
Victorinox have also taken things to the next level with their newer version of this travel organizer. This one has built in RFID protection for your passports.
The design is a little different, so it's worth looking at the details (and the picture on the right):
This is quite similar to the other model, but the mutliple passport pockets have been replaced with the RFID protected one. It still has space to store a few passports too.
So, if you like the overall design and want the added security of RFID protection on your passport (let's face it, it might be easy to steal data from an RFID chip in a crowd)
Victorinox Travel Organizer with RFID protection - Inside
Victorinox Travel Organizer with RFID - Outside
Roger is a little obsessed with travel. He has been to over 40 countries, broken 3 suitcases and owned over 10 backpacks in 12 months. What he doesn't know about travel, ain't worth knowing!