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    I find Nalgene bottles to be much handier than GoToob. I bought my first Nalgene small bottles, years ago.

    After the 3-1-1 rule was put in place, I found a store that carried an extensive array of both Nalgene and Go Toob.
    Considering the struggles I wage against an almost empty toothpaste tubes and the ease of use of my previous Nalgenes, I bought more of those.
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    I really like mine Lani! I have 4, but really only use 2 of them. I use one each for shampoo and conditioner because the hotel crap kills my hair. I have had them fall off the shower wall a couple times in the middle of the night, but maybe only 2 or 3 times in the 4 months I've had them. I've never tried dispensing while they are still stuck on the wall, I usually just pull them off and then stick them back on. I'm only at the same place for 2 nights at the most also so they don't have to stick there too long. They are bulky, but they are so easy to fill and don't leak which I love. I've read several different threads about them over on FlyerTalk and the reviews seem hit or miss. I think you either love them or hate them. I definitely couldn't carry more than 3 at one time in my 3-1-1 bag if I wanted room for more stuff, as they do take up quite a bit. I don't pack a TON of stuff in my 3-1-1 bag either so that kind of helps me out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lani View Post
    Do you like your GoToobs? I really wish I could like them more, but I find them so bulky. Plus, the suction cup doesn't really work for me. Either the thing won't stay on the mirror, or they're a pain to pry off for when I want to use them, or if I try to keep the suction cup on the bathroom mirror while I try to open the cap to squeeze stuff out, it just freaks out on me and pops off while I'm in the middle of dispensing. But mostly, they're really humongous for the amount they carry.
    Mine are new, Lani. I'll try them out and see if I agree with you? I had wondered if the suction cups would actually work. But I was hoping the color-coding would help me keep my shampoo and lotion, etc. straight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by darbs View Post
    I really like mine Lani! I have 4, but really only use 2 of them. I use one each for shampoo and conditioner because the hotel crap kills my hair. I have had them fall off the shower wall a couple times in the middle of the night, but maybe only 2 or 3 times in the 4 months I've had them. I've never tried dispensing while they are still stuck on the wall, I usually just pull them off and then stick them back on. I'm only at the same place for 2 nights at the most also so they don't have to stick there too long. They are bulky, but they are so easy to fill and don't leak which I love. I've read several different threads about them over on FlyerTalk and the reviews seem hit or miss. I think you either love them or hate them. I definitely couldn't carry more than 3 at one time in my 3-1-1 bag if I wanted room for more stuff, as they do take up quite a bit. I don't pack a TON of stuff in my 3-1-1 bag either so that kind of helps me out.
    I like mine too! I don't use the 2oz ones, which I think are the only size with the suction cups. I don't see the need for the suction cups when they can just stand on a shelf anyway. I use the 3 oz size for shampoo and conditioner and the 1 oz for other things like hair styling product. They do have bulky caps, I agree, but they perform better than all the other refillable tube products I have tried, which either leaked, or cracked, or were too rigid to get product out, or couldn't easily be refilled.

    I use tiny Sea to Summit bottles for thin liquids like eye makeup remover. These never seem to leak and they are very compact.

    I must keep a lookout for Nalgene. Not sure if I have seen them here.

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    I go to the Origins store and ask them for empty tubes/tubs they use for makeup samples. They are tiny, a great size for things I need small dabs of, like moisturizer.

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