IF you’re still looking for some stocking filler presents that will arrive in time for Christmas, then we’ve found one perfect for travellers trying to save money.
Costing just £3.99 it is a game-changer for holidaymakers who often fly with just hand luggage on cheap flights.
An atomiser means you can take your perfume or cologne on holiday without taking the whole bottle.
Traveller Anthony Mastracci said he has been using this kind of item for six years saying it makes packing a travel bag “much easier”.
He wrote on Yahoo: “If there’s one thing on which I pride myself, it’s packing stuff into other stuff — trucks, spice cabinets, and definitely suitcases.
“I got super packing abilities from my father, and he from his, but there are certain items when packing a travel bag that make the process difficult, namely cologne.
“About six years ago, I was gifted something called the Travalo Classic HD Perfume Atomizer and packing a travel bag has never been easier.”
The way it works is by taking off the spray nozzle of your full size perfume, and then transferring a small amount of liquid into the tiny atomiser.
They are around 5ml, so way under the 100ml rule for liquids at airport security – so you can leave your large bottles at home.
While Anthony’s version will set you back £19, we’ve found some that are much cheaper.
The ILLUVA travel atomiser costs just £3.99 on Amazon and it will arrive by December 15 if you order today – in time for Christmas.
Not only is it small enough to fit in hand luggage, but it makes the perfect stocking filler.
It has had thousands of good reviews on Amazon too.
One person wrote: “Ideal for travelling & great for a little stocking filler.”
Another agreed: “Really great for travelling. I put my favourite perfume in one straight away.”
One person said they had loads left even after a four day holiday, while others said they were perfect for long weekends.
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