Carry-On Toiletries Solution Helps Airline Travelers Avoid New Hefty Baggage Charges

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Just as airline travelers were getting used to the $25 fee for a second checked bag, as of last month, one major carrier started charging $15 each way, or $30 round trip for the FIRST bag -- other airlines are following suit. Easy Traveler, Inc. is now making it simpler for air travelers to save space and, for short trips, avoid checking bags altogether with its 3-1-1 Kit, a consolidated, approved solution to taking their favorite personal care items in carry-on bags.

The 3-1-1 Totally Compliant Carry-on Kit

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Easy Traveler, Inc., maker of travel kits and containers, says its 3-1-1 Totally Compliant Carry-on Kit™ is the perfect answer to the latest price increase for checking luggage. As of mid-June, American Airlines started charging $30 roundtrip for every bag checked, not just the second bag, making it even more expensive to fly. Easy Traveler's kits contain 10 clear squeeze tubes so travelers can fit all their favorite toiletries into one clear 8" x 8"-bag that easily slips into a carry-on. The kits are completely compliant with Transportation Security Administration (TSA) regulations and the International Harmonization of Securities Measures Accord, making it smoother to get through airport security checkpoints here and abroad.

"Airline tickets are already expensive enough without having to pay to check your luggage," says James Desmond of Easy Traveler, Inc. "Our 3-1-1 kits make it easy for travelers to pack their personal care items inside their carry-on bags and avoid having to check bags altogether."

The 3-1-1 Totally Compliant Carry-on Kit™ consists of 10 clear, flexible, squeeze tubes: six 2½ oz. and four 1½ oz. tubes, plus one 1¾ oz. Envirosprayer, all of which fit inside an 8" x 8" zip-top bag. The kits are completely compliant with 3-1-1 air travel regulations: bottles that are 3-ounces or less by volume, all packed inside 1 quart-sized, clear, plastic, zip-top bag and limited to 1 bag per passenger.

"The kits make passing through airport checkpoints easier," says Desmond, "plus, packing all toiletries into a one-quart bag saves a lot of space, not to mention weight. And, it goes without saying, traveling with just a carry-on means there's no chance of losing your luggage and you can bypass baggage claim altogether."

The 3-1-1 Totally Compliant Carry-on Kit™ comes with easy-to-use caps for filling and refilling the squeeze tubes: a receiver cap and a spout cap. The filling process is easy, mess-free and the squeeze tubes are completely leak-proof. Users can even transfer from tube to tube. The squeeze tubes are food grade, with no odor or taste, and can be frozen, boiled and even put in the microwave.

Easy Traveler customers have been delighted with the kits. Here are just a couple of the many glowing reviews:

"We have just returned from our trip and wanted to let you know how much we appreciated the 3-1-1 compliant kit. This is an excellent product, perfectly functional and well made. The tubes never leaked. All our creams and gels were labeled and well organized throughout our travels, and we breezed through airport security with them. We're sold on this kit and would never go back to using standard travel bottles. Thank you!"
Suzanne D and Rob C

"This kit is very easy to use! I was able to repackage all of my essential toiletries within an hour! I recommend this kit to anyone who cannot find their essential toiletries in the required 3 oz. size or who refuses to pay the premium for the smaller tubes."

The 3-1-1 Totally Compliant Carry-on Kit™ costs just $24.95, plus $3.95 shipping. Orders are shipped quickly, within one day. To order, please visit

About Easy Traveler, Inc.
Easy Traveler, Inc. is a one-stop shop for travel kits and containers. Easy Traveler takes pride in its superior customer service and speedy delivery. Also, the Easy Traveler site provides a wealth of useful information on the latest airport conditions, travel delays, regulations, alerts, as well as a list of items permitted aboard aircraft. To learn more, please visit

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