Review: Silicone Travel Tubes

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In this video, I wanted to talk about a set of squeezable silicone travel tubes I that I bought recently. Just thought I’d do a quick review.

You’ve probably heard of the fantastic Go Gear tubes also known as Go Tubes… but I find those a tad pricey. These silicone travel tubes promise the same features and were significantly less expensive. I picked them up from Amazon India (http://amzn.to/1MN6zy1). 

*This isn’t an affiliate link and I'm not making any money off it. It’s just so that you can try it if you think you’d like to.

Let's get into the review, shall we?

This is a pack of three 89 ml or 3 oz. squeezable silicone travel tubes which are TSA-compliant. You also get sets of smaller bottles. However, these should hold enough product for roughly a 2-week long trip. Any longer and you can just top them up wherever you are.Thanks for checking this out. I have a few more travel product reviews coming up, so stay tuned! Hi! In this video, I wanted to talk about a set of squeezable silicone travel tubes I that I bought recently. Just thought I’d do a quick review.

Where to find these silicone travel tubes?

You’ve probably heard of the fantastic Go Gear tubes also known as Go Tubes… but I find those a tad pricey. These travel tubes promise the same features and were significantly less expensive. I picked them up from Amazon (http://amzn.to/1MN6zy1). 

This isn’t an affiliate link and I'm not making any money off it. It’s just so that you can try it if you think you’d like to.

Three travel tubes, three soft colours (clear/milky white, pink and blue), great for separating the shampoo from the conditioner at one glance. On one side, the travel tube has a suction cap on one side to hold it against a bathroom wall (great for hotel bathrooms with no shower caddies) and the opposite side has a textured grip spot.

Open the plastic flip-top lid and you'll see a leak-proof seal. The great part of these travel tubes is that they have wide mouths - making them easy to fill up and get out all your product. So YAY! On the neck of the travel tube, there is small label space that you can use to write your name or what’s inside.

I’ve filled these up with water and so far no leaks. Now let's see how well they hold up during travel. This is easily the closest dupe to the GoTubes and seems to be well made.
Even the structured case the tubes come in can be reused for storing little trinkets or as toiletries or makeup pouch.  Overall, I can honestly say I'm looking forward to using these on my next trip. 





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