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A watch, bottle and wash bag you can feel good about taking on your travels

The wooden watch Scrap wood and Miyota movements mix perfectly in WeWood’s limited edition Jupiter watch. The low-key wooden timepiece is made from materials that are completely free of toxins. Best of all, for every watch sold WeWood plants a tree. $139 (U.S.); we-wood.us (pre-order now for shipments in December)

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Bottled good will MiiR Bottle’s BPA-free Mi800 isn’t like most other reusable water bottles. The chic black matte-finished jug comes in two sizes (400 ml and 600 ml) and has a lid that can be customized to suit your style. While you’re drinking, someone in a developing nation will be doing the same: Proceeds from each bottle sale goes to providing clean drinking water to people who need it most. $25 (U.S.); miir.com

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Sustainable packing Roll up your toiletries in the Jonathan wash bag. Designed by Millican, a UK-based company that makes sustainable production a priority, this utilitarian accessory is crafted from 100 per cent organic cotton weatherproof canvas and has a fully recycled polyester lining. Five internal compartments and a zipped pocket help to keep everything organized. $81; homeofmillican.com

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