Boots Pump Travel Bottle Reviews
Newest Review: ... means they do meet current airline fluid restrictions where you can carry this in your hand luggage without any problem. So ... more
Customer Boots Pump Travel Bottle Reviews (4)
by - written on 21/11/10 (Very useful, 29 readings)
We´re all pretty used to the nuisances of carrying liquids (or not) on planes nowadays, but we still need to take certain things, especially creams, lotions and the like. However, as our original bottles or containers are inevitably much more than the maximum 100ml specified and allowed on planes, this can be a real problem, especially if you use something that´s difficult to buy abroad. Even if you can purchase a replacement once you´re there, you often have to leave it when it comes it coming back, which just seems like a massive waste of money. These mini pump bottles from Boots are a great idea, and I´ve got several which I use for travelling. They´re made ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/11/10 (Very useful, 47 readings)
I bought one of these bottles in Boots as when I saw it a million different ways that I could use immediately came into my mind. It wasn't at all expensive, priced at £1.45 (which gives 4 points on the advantage card) so I decided to buy a few. The bottle is made from plastic and is just a very small, transparent bottle. The lid is white and is one that you push down to get whats inside to come out. The idea of it this item is very simple really, but it does come in extremely useful. When you go on holiday you can use this for storing things in like your shampoo, or your shower gel, or your handwash, or any liquid really, if you don't want to carry big bottles ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/08/11 (Very useful, 47 readings)
I have six miniature travel bottles from Boots, including two pump travel bottles. I find these bottles are really handy, particularly for shorter vacations where it really isn't necessary to take a whole bottle of shampoo or body oil - and so having these miniature bottles saves on space and does not impinge so much on your weight allowance. In addition to this, as they only contain 100ml of any solution, it means they do meet current airline fluid restrictions where you can carry this in your hand luggage without any problem. So basically, what I do before traveling somewhere is siphon off a little shampoo, body oil, moisuriser etc. into these bottles and then take ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/06/11 (Very useful, 4 readings)
I got a selection of these bottle for when I go backpacking along long distance trails in the back of beyond. Wild camping means that not only are we carrying our accommodation and food but all our accessories also. Travel light is really crucial. These little bottle were nice and cheap and so it did not matter if they broke on the first time. I got them for 99p each but I have a feeling they were on offer. There are other shapes and sizes of bottles but I chose the smallest and this pump asction one along with t few others. They only hold a small amount of liquid but just enough face wash for a week away. The top twists off and then it ... Read the complete review
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