Expired Hot Deals

[Maifeituo] Travel Bottles (for shampoo/conditioner/etc.) -

  • Last Updated:
  • Aug 28th, 2019 10:41 pm
[OP]
Jr. Member
Jul 29, 2019
104 posts
46 upvotes

Travel Bottles (for shampoo/conditioner/etc.) -

Deal Link:
Price:
$17
Savings:
40%
Retailer:
Maifeituo
I didn't know these existed like this but these travel bottles seem really helpful if you travel often.

I'm literally just between Toronto / Montreal half the week but this would save me from buying those travel bottles or using that non-CG (curly hair people know whats up) approved hotel shampoo.
Save 40% each on Qualifying items offered by elekmall when you purchase 1 or more. Enter code GZ54ZLMT at checkout.
14 replies
Deal Addict
User avatar
Jul 5, 2013
1034 posts
1557 upvotes
Saint John
I ... don't think it's a deal...
Member
Jul 14, 2008
228 posts
112 upvotes
I guess it depends on your needs, but the container seems awfully bulky for only the mild convenience (?) of having the turnable pump. I use travel bottles like these and they are good for saving space and taking on flights, etc.

https://www.amazon.ca/RioRand-Travel-Bo ... B01B4BSHMQ
Last edited by durrane on Aug 27th, 2019 8:27 pm, edited 1 time in total.
Jr. Member
Jan 1, 2016
197 posts
210 upvotes
Vancouver, BC
30 ml... that's like nothing lol
Deal Expert
Aug 22, 2006
27792 posts
13389 upvotes
VladdyGJays wrote: I'm literally just between Toronto / Montreal half the week but this would save me from buying those travel bottles or using that non-CG (curly hair people know whats up) approved hotel shampoo.
Why not just bring your own retail sized bottles assuming you have checked luggage and are flying.
If it's a carryon, why not buy a 100mL container?
VladdyGJays wrote: isn't that normal travel size goods
No, 100mL is the limit per container. This is less than 1/3.
Newbie
Dec 11, 2008
68 posts
37 upvotes
toronto
Allowance is 10 x 100ml in a clear sealable bag for carryon
Jr. Member
Jun 22, 2017
112 posts
75 upvotes
Toronto/Kingston
I just reuse the hotel shampoo bottles. If you really want reusable travel bottles, Dollarama has the ones @durrane linked above.
Deal Addict
User avatar
Jul 16, 2003
4050 posts
1085 upvotes
death_hawk wrote: If it's a carryon, why not buy a 100mL container?
This is RFD
It's a lot cheaper to buy the refillable bottles than to buy the travel sized

With that said, I bought a whole travel kit of refillable bottles + pouch at Dollarama (i think it was $2), so this deal is definitely ice cold
Ebay - 275 - 0 - 0
Heatware - 56 - 00 - 0
BST Feedback - 82 - 0 - 0
Grailed - 93 - 0 - 0
Poshmark and Styleforum Feedback as well
Deal Expert
Aug 22, 2006
27792 posts
13389 upvotes
goat wrote: It's a lot cheaper to buy the refillable bottles than to buy the travel sized
Good point.
For the ultimate in cheap, buy bulk containers and steal shampoos from when you travel.
Empty those out and refill with the good stuff.
[OP]
Jr. Member
Jul 29, 2019
104 posts
46 upvotes
SoroSuub1 wrote: Easier just to collect extra shampoo from hotels when you travel and use soap bars.
really can't use that stuff. unless you're staying at the ritz it really isn't good quality. (shampoo especially)

Top