Travel Right

Conquer your commute with these six portable solutions

1. On the Bright Side

Italian design company Palomar’s Lucetta uses two pocket-size LEDs to give your bike (or helmet) some much-needed luminosity. Powerful magnets attach it to any ferrous-based frame, with additional flexible, magnetic disks included that help attach it to any nonmagnetic surface. $35 |

2. No Knock on Wood

Bamboo Bottle Company’s eponymous Bamboo Bottle offers a sustainable solution for your beverage needs. The 17-ounce glass, bamboo, and BPA-free plastic containers can hold hot or cold drinks, don’t leach flavours, and can be easily cleaned via the removable bottom cap. $30 |

3. Make it Brief

Jack Spade’s Fulton Leather File Briefcase is made with supple, burnished leather that’s meant to look better with age. The sleek take on a classic comes in black or tobacco and comes with a removable strap when you need to keep your hands free. $530 |

4. Backpack Barista

Don’t bother getting a coffee to go—you can take the whole coffeehouse with you. Wacaco’s Minipresso promises to give you espresso on the go with it’s bag-ready, hand-powered gadget that is able to extract espresso at 116 psi—the same as traditional piston-driven machines. Just add hot water, and handcrafted espresso awaits. $55 |

5. Handlebar Helper

This Austrian-made phone mount fits in your pocket and can strap any smartphone onto any bicycle. Using high-grade, nonslip silicone, the Finn keeps your minicomputer secure while adding barely any bulk. $20 |

6. Rain, Rain Stow Away

Red or white? Maybe chevron? The vino-bottle shaped Vinrella umbrella adds not only some style to the foul-weather staple but functionality as well. Keep you and your belongings dry and in order by storing your newly soaked umbrella into its matching bottle. $23 |