Whose sick joke was it to make mornings a thing? If you manage to make it through the process of getting out of bed, putting on your clothes, and walking out the door, you’ve still got a number of obstacles in the way before you make it into work.
Whether you drive, bike, run, or take the train to the office, each mode of transportation takes a toll on those who haven’t mastered the art of the morning commute.
Luckily, there are plenty of products out there to help those weary-eyed travelers beat the morning blues and make it through their days with ease. Here are some of the best ones out there.
Aussies know coffee better than anyone and know what how vital it is for a smooth morning. However, there isn’t always time to brew a piping hot cup of joe before heading out the door. For those in a rush who plan to spend some of their A.M. hours stuck in a car, there’s Handpresso — a portable machine that lets users brew espresso anywhere.
Handpresso connects to any basic car cigarette lighter and brews espresso with the push of a button. Plug it in, add grounds or a coffee pod, pour in some water, push a button and voila — instant espresso. The only hard part is timing your sips with red lights.
For those who need to bring the office wherever they go comes a computer that puts the commuter first. (You can call it the commuter computer … if you want.) Powered by a 7th Gen Intel® Core™ i5 Processor, Galaxy Book 12” is every productive person’s dream device. Whether you use it as a laptop or a tablet, Samsung has made it so the Galaxy Book is useable anywhere for anyone.
The thin and lightweight design gives you the freedom to stick it in your backpack, hop on a train, and pull it out again without missing a beat.
One particularly exciting feature is Samsung Flow, which gives users with a Samsung Galaxy A, Galaxy S6, Galaxy S7, Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note8 the option to connect the Galaxy Book to their smartphone.
You can share files wirelessly (even when there’s no WiFi) and respond to notifications through third-party and native apps.
The anxiety of a dead phone is something all people face in this day and age. This goes double for those who just can’t seem to peel themselves away from their screens. Sometimes a dead battery just isn’t an option — a sentiment that can prove to be impossible when a faulty charger comes into play.
The Rugged Cable by Nomad puts all other cables to shame with its ability to survive any situation thrown in its way. Through water, dirt, and grime, this emergency cable is outfitted with a chemically-resistant PVC jacket that ensures nothing affects the charging experience.
Whether you’re camping in the wilderness or simply trying to get work on a rainy day, the Rugged Cable should alleviate the stress of seeing that little battery drain down to zero.
It’s about time someone gave pants an upgrade. Outlier has crafted the jeans of the future.
Tailor-made for commuters who are especially prone to running into messy situations, these denim-free dungarees use a comfortable and durable tech fabric that works with the body to keep you dry during work, play, and everything in between.
With five pockets to hold any device under the sun, you can enjoy your commute knowing your electronics are being guarded from the elements.
It’s an idea almost too obvious to have taken this long to come to fruition: A backpack that also charges your devices. Genius! The Tylt Energi Pro Backpack is a stylish way to carry your gear and charge your devices all at once on the go.
Whether it’s a tablet, PC, or phone, the built-in 20,000 megahertz battery ensures you won’t lose any crucial power when heading into the office, giving those who type on the go confidence that their device won’t die on them.