Americans spend a lot on the road getting to work.

According to the U.S. Census Bureau it takes Americans 25 minutes to commute. Others, however, show that the average commute time for high-profile cities like Los Angeles and Washington D.C. is only 25 minutes.

The following accessories might be helpful if you don’t work remotely but spend a lot of time getting to work.

Portable Brewing Mug

Companies are creating portable, battery-powered brewing systems that will revolutionize the coffee industry. A current system holds 14 ounces and can be adjusted to the temperature using a button on a cup. You can brew coffee in 3 minutes. The mug can also charge in your car via USB.

Handbag and charger

The popularity of portable battery packs is growing rapidly to provide a steady charge throughout the day, without needing to take along a large block. There are handbags and purses for women that have a compartment that stores a small charger. This will ensure that your tablet, phone or ereader is always charged.

Screen Glasses

According to Mary Meeker (an analyst at Kleiner Perkins), Americans spend 444 minutes a day staring into screens. According to The Vision Council’s recent report, 95 percent of Americans are susceptible to digital eye strain. This can lead to dryness, itchiness, and fuzzy vision. For commuters using their smartphone, tablet, or laptop in transit, you might consider buying protective glasses. These glasses are designed to block out harmful high-energy and UV light. These glasses can be paired with your existing prescription lens.

Accessories for Smokeless Tobacco

Smokeless tobacco smokers will find that the spit cup, or bottle, is one of the most annoying aspects of using their product. To this end, FLASR (OTCQB: FLASR)The spittoon is small enough to be carried in a pocket. FLASR’s portable tobacco flask is small enough to be discreet in public. It can also be used as a cup holder.

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