(ABOVE) Suitcase Card Holder. We long ago consolidated our wallet to include a spot for business cards, but this mini metal suitcase could make us go back to carrying them separately, for the slickness factor. Seriously, imagine popping this open to slide a card into someone's palm. Instant conversation starter that immediately focuses on your globetrottiness.
Aviator 8gb USB stick. 237,000 IDR ($25). This is perhaps the coolest design of an airline-branded USB stick we've seen yet, and trust us that we've seen quite a few.
Skross Adapter. Look, you gotta have one of these. We don't want to hear it. Just get one. No carrying around a baggie of various plug adapters; that is gross. We have a Delta-branded one, because having something with an airline logo is obviously cooler than something plain, but this one is red. Snazzy!
iPhone Case with Swarovski Crystals. One of the best tips we can give to a fellow iPhone user is to buy their dream case in Asia. Seriously, the markets and electronic stores around Asia have sections that could double as iPhone case mini-malls. Though we could care less about the crystals in this case, the slick design with the engraved airplane is pretty much our ideal case.
Nasi Lemak meal. Unlike most airline food, AirAsia's actually looked (and smelled) crazy yummy. On our 2-hour flight, a surprisingly percentage of fliers had pre-booked their meals and were being delivered piping-hot lunches with a side of our jealousy. Plus they're cheap! 39,000 IDR for a full meal is $4.25; Continental used to charge $8 for a tiny "cheeseburger."
"Remove Before Flight" keychain. For avgeeks only. Although travelers can find these "remove before flight" tags at airport stories around the globe, this one is special because it flips to display AirAsia's tagline: "Now Everyone Can Fly." We like it; it's a nice sentiment. Plus it's only 30,000 IDR ($3.25).