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humangear Go Tubb
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- A recessed, textured labelling area resists being rubbed off
- The transparent tops let you see what’s inside without opening them.
- 100% BPA-free and PC-free.
- The GoTubbs are food-safe (FDA),
- Completely recycleable (#5 plastic)
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Patented worldwide, the GoTubb features an ingenious design that allows you to open and close it with one hand only. Just squeeze the sides and the lid is released. To close, simply press back on. The GoTubbs work great with pills, knick-knacks, snacks, vitamins, change, bit-n-pieces, you name it. A recessed, textured labelling area resists being rubbed off. The transparent tops let you see what’s inside without opening them.
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I used the small ones for face creams, I haven't tried liquids but they do closed very well and haven't made a mess. I drove, mine haven't seen a plane but I'd assume they'd work same/similar. I did not pack mine full of product either I did leave some space just in case and for me it worked fine.
The hard plastic top is translucent so you can see the product within. It comes in a variety of colors, so you can also coordinate product by color so it's easier to spot in your bag.
Some people recommend not using these for liquids but I've found for thicker liquids like oils, they are pretty water tight when used for light travel or everyday use. I attached a VIDEO where I filled one of these containers with APPLE CIDER VINEGAR (it's colored so you can see it) and turned the tub upside down and shook it so you can see there are no leaks.
I do mainly use the tube version by this same brand (see link below) for makeup removers and other liquids, though I've used the tub for MAC cleanse-off oil and Moroccan hair oil (a thicker honey like consistency) didn't have any problems, it was a short domestic trip and I'm not sure how it would hold up with heavy travel. I keep one of these containers with the makeup remover above at my desk for ease of use. I've also never had a leak, but it mainly stays upright in my desk.
I use these mainly for de-potting larger night creams and lotions. In more than 2 years of use and several dozen trips a year, I've never had a single leak for lotions and creams with either size tub.
SMALL ITEMS / PILLS
I use one of these for a variety of small pills to keep in my purse at all times, but also when I travel. See the attached photo for general capacity. In the second photo, you can see 10 aleve on the right in (blue) and 10 allergy pills on the left (white). This isn't even halfway full using either of the pills, so capacity is easily 20 pills for aleve and 25 pills for allergy medication (generic zyrtec).
HOW TO OPEN
The top of the lid is slightly thicker than the area around the base. You'll also note from the picture that there is an air gap between the tub containing whatever you've put in it, and the lid itself. You squeeze the base of the lid where this air gap is on opposite sides of the container to release the lid and open the product. The lid doesn't screw on, but instead snaps in place. (See photo 3)
I have sensitive skin, and between adding or changing products, I wash with soapy water, then rinse with very hot water 3x and spray with an ethanol spray to disinfect prior to wiping down and allowing to air dry. THIS IS COMPLETE OVERKILL, but even with my slightly obsessive use, this product still looks like new.
PHOTO GUIDE (order of upload):
Photo 1: Size comparison between the "Small" and "Medium" tub, with a quarter for scale
Photo 2: Pill capacity of the "Small" tub
Video: Demonstration of how water tight the seal is using apple cider vinegar (since it's colored and easily seen on camera)
Photo 3: How the top detaches from the base for use
Other products mentioned:
humangear Medium GoTubb
humangear GoToob 1.25 oz - 3 Pack Assorted Colors
Product consistency reference:
Moroccan Oil Hair Treatment 3.4 Oz Bottle with Blue Box, this is a thick liquid similar in consistency to honey.
MAC Cleanse Off Oil isn't available on amazon, but it's pretty much the consistency of vegetable oil (thinner than olive oil)
Now, officially, Humangear advises that GoTubbs aren't meant to hold liquids ("That's what GoToobs are for," they say), but I decided to take a chance and purchased a 3-pack anyway. Then I ran my own experiment: fill a tub with water and shake it like crazy. Conclusion: the seal on the tub holds water *very* well, so creams and serums are even less of a leaking hazard. Win!
A word to the wise: the small size of these tubs are, indeed, very small. One tub can accommodate about 20 pills (or, in my case, 6 [large] Centrums + 13 [small] Aleves). But they're perfect for short trips or when traveling light. In short, I highly recommend this product.
Anyway, the tubb opens one handed and I did not experience any leakage. I checked them with my luggage.