NalgeneÂ® Round Leakproof Bottles
Great for Travel & Bathroom Shower Rack
These are perfect for travel. I use 1 oz bottles to keep fully stocked in my emergency overnight travel bag (in case of flight delays that affect next flights, etc.) and 2 or 4 oz bottles in my checked luggage. I have travelled overseas with no spills. They wear well, still look great after years of use and they do not leak.
I also use them for a clean organized shower rack. I just label everthing with my Brother P-Touch labeler. This way I can buy the better products in larger sizes and store the bottles on the rack for daily use. I find I use less product and they are easier to handle.
It's a great way to save money.
April 27, 2012
I put an enzyme that deactivates ethanol in fuel in my motorcycle. There are no "pure-gas" sources near where I live.
When I travel, it is difficult to carry the liquid that I pour in my tank (1 ounce per 5 gallons) because once you open the lid of the bottle it is sold in, it leaks like a sieve if it falls over in the luggage case where it is stored. Which stinks up everything in there, and damages cloth and so forth.
So I purchased an 8 ounce bottle (basically enough for 8 tanks of gas) to see if this would work, and it did indeed. Never a trace of odor or dampness in the rag I had the bottle wrapped in. Perfect! And it pours predictably and smoothly, a bonus when you don't want it on the expensive paint on your gas tank.
I will buy either another one, or a bigger one, soon, because this is the first solution I've tried which actually works. And if it seals in fuel treatment, it will pretty much seal in most anything else.
July 31, 2012
They really do not leak!
This is why I went to The Container Store as my toner and eye makeup remover were always leaking in my travel bag no matter what small container I used. These do not leak, plus the selection is fabulous. You can get what works best for you rather than having to buy a bag of assorted sizes. My husband and I both ended up buying several different sizes/styles. You can even get fancy and buy some nicely printed labels. We just write with a Sharpie on the side or lid. Another great find!
June 28, 2014
Really doesn't leak!
I've tried several types of travel bottles but most of them leak a little and some leak a lot, especially on airplanes. I just got back from a trip with my new collection of Nalgene bottles and none of them leaked! I used the 2 oz. bottles, which held plenty for the 5-day trip.
July 1, 2014