What is Included in the Gift?
- Collapsible Silicone Water Bottle
- Holds 19 oz
- Includes a Carabiner to Easiy Clip to Bag or Other Items
- Collapses for Easy Transport
- Digital Travel Scale
- Compact/Portable Luggage Scale
- 110 lb Capacity
- Inflatable Neck Pillow with Bonus Eye Shades
- Set of Four Leakproof TSA Approved Silicone Bottles
- Two 3 oz Bottles
- Two 1.25 oz Bottles
- Includes TSA Approved Carrying Case
- 2 Purell Travel Hand Sanitizers with Jelly Wrapped Case
- Clips to Travel Bags
- Personalized Greeting Card With Your Message to Gift Recipient
- Charitable Donation to One of Our Partner Charities (Instructions Included for Gift Recipient to Select Charity)
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"Passed with Flying Colors" Story
It doesn't get any better than winning the airplane seat lottery. We have all played it at one time or another. You are sitting on an almost full flight and are one of the two lucky passengers with a middle empty seat next to you. You are counting down seconds until they close the boarding door. At the last minute a passenger boards the plane. He looks like he is 6' 6" tall and has to weigh at least 300 lbs. He starts walking down the aisle towards you. You look over to the only other row with an empty seat and see the look of fear in your fellow passenger's eyes. As he gets closer to your row your pulse quickens and your palms start to sweat. He stops at your row and stares at the empty middle seat. He digs through one of his two large carry on bags, which clearly will not fit in the overhead bins, to find his boarding pass. After studying the boarding pass and the row number above your seat he moves on to the other empty seat. Cha-ching! You just won the airplane seat lottery.
Have you ever imagined what it was like to fly in the Golden Age of air travel in the 1950s and 1960s? It was a big event to fly and passengers would actually dress up to fly. Security lines were short and seats were large and comfortable. Leg room was plentiful even in economy class. The passenger to flight attendant ratio was much lower so you could expect someone to immediately cater to almost every need.
The Golden Age of air travel is gone and will not be coming back. However, you are a frequent flyer and you know the tricks of the trade. With your expert knowledge and the right tools you can create your own personal golden age of air travel and improve your odds in future airplane seat lotteries.
love to travel
I am the definition of wanderlust and this gift is great for me! I love it.
I love traveling and these items will make it easier for sure. The scale is a necessity!