A FLIGHT attendant has praised a clever £6 product that she always takes when flying with only hand luggage.
Cabin crew members know more than most about how to effectively pack for a flight and some have found handy items to help them.
One of those is the Wisdompro Add a Bag Luggage Strap, which enables passengers to attach accessories to their suitcase, be it smaller bags, coats and jackets, or travel pillows.
The strap simply clips to the top of the suitcase and the ring can be used to attach whatever it is you want to take with you but don't wish to carry in your hands.
The Wisdompro is made of "high-quality nylon material" while the metal ring is a "durable zinc alloy", making it sturdy.
It has a quick release buckle, so items can be removed quickly if needed.
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The maximum loading capacity of the circle clip is about 5kg, meaning it can handle a fair amount if needed.
The strap is available on Amazon for £8.99 where it has a score of 4.4/5 overall.
One reviewer said they'd never travel without it.
One person wrote: "Bought on a whim, and turned out to be so useful.
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"I used it for travel pillow in airport, but would definitely use for scarves or coats."
Another said: "Bought for recent travel. It is so handy, I don’t plan to travel without it.
"It is versatile and can be useful in everyday outings."
Even flight attendants have offered glowing reviews of the straps.
One wrote of a similar product: "Definitely what I needed for my luggage as a flight attendant.
"Very heavy duty and perfect for me. Works great with my extra luggage and lunch bag to hang on my suitcase. Thank you so much. Will definitely buy again."
Flight attendants are known for their clever hacks for passengers, with one recommending two other items that people should always pack in their bags.
In a video on Tiktok one flight attendant called Cici, @respect.the.journey, revealed the two products she gets from hardware shops whenever she travels.
The first of the two items were disposable shoe covers, which she uses not only to keep her footwear clean, but also her feet too.
She explained: "When you're going through airport security, just slip your shoes off, put these on, and walk through the security scanner germ free."
The second hardware shop item Cici always takes away with her is a bungee cord.
This allows her to carry items more easily and keep her hands free.
She said: "You can hook the cord through the handle of your suitcase and attach your carry on. You can just hook it right on there."
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