Comfort Travel

Comfort Travel

When we travel, we all want to travel in comfort and thanks to Comfort Travel, now we can. Comfort Travel has developed a range of comfort items for your next trip of a lifetime. The range includes; luggage tags, digital scales, toiletry bags, RFID passport covers and flight socks. Let's be honest, flying sometimes isn’t the most pleasant activity. Comfort travel can equip you with the things you need to make your flight as comfortable as possible.


Comfort Travel Range

Flight socks are important in those long haul flights to reduce swelling in the legs. They are frequently recommended by medical professionals to prevent deep vein thrombosis (DVT). This occurs when blood flows too slowly through the veins and it usually occurs in the legs. You can get your flight socks from the Comfort Travel Range.

Comfort Travel’s luggage scale will avoid the awkward and uncomfortable transition at the check in counter of removing luggage from your overweight big bag to your carry on. Airlines in recent years have cracked down on weight restrictions, which also increase your chance of paying those nasty bag fees. The convenient luggage scale is an essential to your travels.


Quick tips for maximizing your in-flight comfort

Here are some quick tips for maximizing your comfort during a long-haul flight:

  • Have less carry-on luggage. The less baggage you carry on a plane, the more comfortable and free you'll feel.
  • Stay active. Occasionally moving about or stretching your limbs can help with blood circulation, thus improving your comfort level and avoiding soreness and aches.
  • Keep yourself hydrated. The air in the cabin can get very dry so keeping yourself hydrated is crucial.
  • Use your ear plugs. It's undeniably noisy on a plane, so if you could use some ear plugs to facilitate falling asleep or relaxing, please do so.
  • Bring your travel pillow. Travel pillows help relieve lower back pains often resulted from falling asleep on a plane seat. Use them to help you get comfy and have some rest.