Saturday, 11 February 2012

Travalo

 The Travalo has been around for a while now and has received a lot of talk on Youtube and blogs, it is a refillable travel perfume atomizer. I believe the one I have is the standard size one with 50 spray capacity although there is a larger one. I think the smaller one makes more sense, after all you are travelling with it.


They also come in a variety of colours.
 To feel the Travalo there is a patented pump-action filling system unlike all other perfume atomisers.  The Travalo fills directly from most fragrance bottles which have a removable spray head.
It even has a window to show you just how full your Travalo actually is, it is also a great size to travel abroad with especially with liquid restrictions.

 I have found that the pump has began to leak a little although the outer packaging means it doesn't leak into my bag, other then that I think this is a fabulous product!

The Travalo is available for under £7 from CheapSmells 

What do you think of the Travalo?
 Sabrina X
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16 comments:

  1. Im going to get my friend one of these for her birthday, thanks :-) x

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  2. This sounds really handy xxx

    www.misslv.com

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  3. i have this but i couldn't fınd a way to clean the scent off although i tried a couple of thıngs. ıt stıll smells lıke my old parfume:(

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  4. I'm really tempted to buy one of these!

    rachelpan xo

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  5. This looks like such a good idea :)

    Laura xoxo
    http://call-of-beauty-xo.blogspot.com

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  6. Mine has also started to leak and I've thrown away the outer packaging! I sent it back to Travalo yesterday and they're going to test and hopefully replace it for me xx

    http://boscy.blogspot.com

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  7. I really need to get myself a Travalo, been putting it off for ages, but i think it's time now!xx

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  8. I love my Travalo, I have two. One for each of my favourite fragrances :D

    Mollie xo
    molliemuses.blogspot.com

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  9. I've heard so much about these but I love whipping out my pretty perfume bottles to to[p up during lunch times and break!

    http://lipsticksandmascara.blogspot.com

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  10. I've wanted one of these for ages and now I think I will go for it. Can't believe that website is called 'cheap smells' though! What an aweful name!

    xx

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  11. this is so clever! i need one!

    xx

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  12. Oh this looks stunning! Thanks for sharing x

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  13. Can I send you a photo of what happened with this product when I used it for travel? ie. what happens if you fly with it.
    Or more specifically, what happened when I flew with a set of 9 Travalo atomisers. Total disaster.

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  14. I would love to share a photo with you, of what happened when I used this product for travel. ie. what happens when you fly with Travalo.

    TOTAL DISASTER.

    More specifically, I took set of 9 Travalo atomisers on my flights. Some in carry on luggage (in cabin), some in checked luggage (in suitcases). All atomisers used exactly as per manufacture instruction (eg. not overfilled, etc); plus I have had a mini for very long time but just had never taken on flight. I would NOT recommend this product; and I will never buy it again.

    You can see photo at:
    http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100003226797232#!/profile.php?id=100003226797232

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  15. please note that travalo had the photo removed. guess they don't like people to see what happens when you truly use the product as advertised. for real travelors - although they sound ok in principle - in real terms this product fails. instead of ensuring that they blacklist real user experience (which they have done)... perhaps they could have used the information for product development. ie. before posting elsewhere, I had gone to travalo. whose response was to block. pretty poor customer focus. I guess the photos did not fit with their targeted social media campaign (where primarily "reviewers" were given the product for free to trial and give away, etc). If you're just using the item to and from work, or other such light use, and you don't mind the health risk of not truly being able to clean our old perfume residue (perfumes do go off; and old cosmetics and perfumes are a genuine health risk), and you don't mind the evaporation/leakage loss; then this item might suit you. If you really want something that works as advertised, I would think again on this product (at least, until they signficantly overhaul it). Shame, because I was looking for a set quality products.

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