They say life is all about balance. And the yin-yang when it comes to travel?
As exciting as it is to go away, it’s equal parts stressful to get out the door because let’s face it: Packing is a nightmare. The thought of adventure is exciting, but trying to fit days (or weeks!) worth of clothes into a suitcase is daunting.
But pack we must. And rather than giving in to the notion that there’s only so much space in a suitcase, we are thrilled that we can count on technology to create more.
The Dr. Save Vacuum Travel Kit sucks out the air between clothes, compressing contents by up to 70 percent. In vacation language, this means enough room for that new sundress, the three books you can’t decide among, your hiking boots (in case you get ambitious) and your favorite cozy sweater for cool nights.
In other words, the Dr. Save Vacuum Travel Kit lets you go beyond the bare essentials and pack those special pieces that make you feel pulled together, relaxed, and ready for your close-up.
It’s super-simple to use (and entertaining to watch). Just stuff the plastic bags it comes with, seal each one, and watch the handheld vacuum work its magic (then pack it for your return trip).
This portable kit is also a boon when it comes to off-season storage. Down coats and comforters deflate to a fraction of their former puff, ready to stack on a high shelf or relocate to the attic.
With four large, sturdy vacuum-sealing bags—two that measure 23 by 15 inches, and two wider 23 by 19-inch bags—this kit actually equips you to pack (and suck the air out of) the equivalent of two carry-ons.
And even though we’re approaching peak vacation season, the Dr. Save Vacuum Travel Kit is available right now at a huge discount. Normally, it goes for $69.95, but you can get it here for just $29—58 percent off the real price.
That doesn’t suck (heh heh)!
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