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Travalo Review and Giveaway!

Gift Guide Post #37

Hello Neighbors!

Have you heard of Travalo?  My daughter and I love it!  She actually wants to get a few more, so who knows, maybe I have a gift in hand!  If I am willing to give it up!  You may be asking, "What is Travalo?".  This is one of the neatest little inventions.  It is a refillable perfume atomizer, and it is small enough to just toss in your purse and go!  We love ours for traveling!  I received the Elite version in Hot Pink!  It sells for $21.99.  If you know someone who travels alot this is a perfect gift!

Travalo is light weight, just 20 grams, yet it carries a full 65sprays. It is aircraft approved.  It has a pressure regulating system that causes the bottle to adjust to air pressure changes and prevents leakage.  It is made from aircraft grade aluminum, that makes it very strong, yet very light.  And one of the best features is, because it is made of aluminum, it will not break if dropped.  How many times have you shattered, or even just cracked a bottle of perfume?  Not only is it messy to clean up, who wants to waste their money on fragrancing  the sidewalk or a hotel room?  Not me!

Now you can see why I like my Travalo so much!  It is so nice to have it available with me wherever I go.  And it is so easy to use.  You can fill it with just about any perfume that comes with a removable spray nozzle.  Simply remove the nozzle from your perfume bottle, place your Travalo on top of the tube where you just removed the nozzle, and then simply pump your Travalo up and down.  Travalo comes with a window in the side, where you will be able to see when it is full.  You will also know when to refill.  How convenient!  There are no spills, no mess, and you just toss in your purse, or backpack, or briefcase, and you are ready to go!

Travalo will be sending the winner of this giveaway one of their Travalo Elite. (Company's choice of color)

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive one Travalo Elite for review purposes.  All quotes are taken from the Travalo website.  All thoughts and opinions are mine.


Niecey said…
This would be a gift
scottsgal said…
my sister would enjoy this
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Belinda M said…
I would keep this for myself


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Glogirl said…
I would probably keep this for myself.
rubynreba said…
I would keep this for myself. Love to have it!
Gerri said…
I would keep the gift and use it for myself

redfuzzycow said…
i would keep this for myself. i really want one of these!
I would love it for myself

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Sara said…
This is wonderful I was just looking for gift sets of my perfume that would have something like this to travel with! It would be for myself.
Anne said…
I would use it for myself

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