At the end of the last year we were contacted by the travel accessories company from the USA – Zero Grid, who asked us if we would be interested to try out their travel gear. We liked what we saw online, and so we said – Yes! The same like founders of Zero Grid we are big advocates for traveling light. Whenever we can we are traveling with a carry on only, taking with us only the most important stuff, that we really know we are going to use.
Another thing we liked was how high they value their customer satisfaction with the quality of their travel gear. All Zero Grid products are backed by a 100% lifetime money – back guarantee. When you want to pack less and travel with fewer possessions, quality becomes one of the top parameters for you.
In January we received a package full with different travel gear from Zero Grid. And now, 3 months later, we are ready to share our thoughts about it.
Zero Grid Travel Gear We Have Been Using
1. Travel Neck Wallet
It’s an ultra-lightweight and water resistant neck wallet with 3 zipped compartments. During the last 3 months I have used it quite a few times. When I was in Nepal, hiking Annapurna Circuit, then for 2 weeks I used it daily. Back of this wallet is soft and it feels really good on your body. Few days I was wearing it under the t-shirt, and it felt much better than I was expecting. So far I really like it.
I used it to carry my hiking permit and cash (some 20-30 bills at a time). But it’s also big enough to put in 4 or more passports, 6 credit cards + something else. For extra safety the wallet features a RFID blocking security.
Read more about it on Amazon and on the company’s website!
Looking for a travel wallet, check out also this list of the best wallets for travel and everyday use!