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October 2013 ALL NEW LABEL!! Shampbooze saves the average user $180 off their bar tab!
Smuggle Mug has just come out with the ultimate liquor smuggling container for cruises. The Shampbooze is a virgin food grade 16oz plastic bottle with a faux specialty organic shampoo and conditioner label which we change every few months. Now you can sneak 32 oz of your booze onto your cruise in your checked luggage knowing that even if your bag is checked by security they wont find anything suspicious(like a clear plastic flask). As reported to us by users, the average saving on their bar tab was $180 per set. This bottle is over twice as puncture resistant as rum runners and have no seams that could leak. You get a set of one 16oz shampoo and one 16oz conditioner new empty bottles with each order. A total of 32oz capacity. Order a set for you and each of your cruise mates. Also buy your Smuggle Mug to carry your liquor all over the cruise so you don't have to keep going back to your room for a refill.
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Posted by Unknown on 27th Feb 2014
I am amazed at how authentic these bottles look! I cannot wait to be using them next week, and they arrived so quickly. I would definitely refer a friend or family member.
Posted by Unknown on 25th Feb 2014
The bottles look exactly like shampoo and conditioner. They are not too big to be conspicuous, but big enough to bring a little of your own with you :)
Posted by Meg on 24th Feb 2014
I just received this and I am impressed. It looks exactly like a shampoo and conditioner bottle. I have not used it yet so I cannot attest to leakage, but based on appearance, price, and free shipping, I'm thinking I made a smart move buying these.
Posted by Randy on 30th Jan 2014
I have just received my order today. The smuggle mug is awesome. I will be using that around my in-laws all the time. The shampoo bottles are legit. I used to be a police officer I chose this company for the smuggle ability. These guys change the bottle labels so it will be to hard for cruise staff to keep up with what is a flask. As you can see in the picture they don't show what the label is on the bottles to prevent security staff from learning what to look for. This is what separates the men from the boys. This is the first company that I have ordered from that has gone the extra mile when shipping the product and making sure to keep the customer beyond happy.
Posted by JGH on 20th Nov 2013
My friend and I both had two (2) sets of Shampbooze bottles (Flasks), and neither one of us had any trouble getting alcohol on board our ship. We filled our bottles in New Orleans (where we boarded) and were able to put one set in our carry-on bags and one in our checked luggage. We put each set in a large Ziploc baggie in case the bottles leaked while being handled in transit to our cabin, but all bottles arrived in perfect shape--no leaks. I won't mention which cruise line we sailed on, but I am confident that we would have been equally successful no matter which line we used. FYI: our cabin steward was so awesome! He filled our coffee creamer dish each day (located in our cabin fridge) and never batted an eyelash at the 8 bottles of 'shampoo' we had stored inside. I feel confident that anyone will likely have a 100% chance of successfully getting a set (or more--if you're smart about how you disperse them) on board whichever cruise line you sail with. Bon Voyage!
Posted by Unknown on 23rd Sep 2013
We had 3 sets of two. I packed them with my tolitries and makeup in my carry on luggage and we walked through fine. What didnt make it through were the store bought sodas and waters...they tore those up. I would not recommend anybody to try to tamper with the water bottles or soda cans. Shampbooze is really the best route. Enjoyed my 7 day cruise...wish they made bigger bottles.
Posted by Unknown on 16th Sep 2013
Just returned from a cruise and bottles were untouched. Also had family members and friends who purchased products, and they had no problems either. I also noticed that there were a few different bottle designs within the group which was great.
Posted by Unknown on 11th Sep 2013
We cruised Carnival Lines in August 2013 and filled both shampoo & conditioner with moonshine and Capt. Morgan. We also filled a Scope bottle with vodka and food colored it green...hehe. packed it with our bathroom stuff and no issues at all going thru. Saved us a LOT...and I mean A LOT of $$.
I will buy another set when the label changes.
Posted by Unknown on 26th Aug 2013
Worked well. Very realistic looking. One family member didn't know why we wanted to save "an old shampoo bottle". One suggestion: the current label/name is perhaps not the best if you get my meaning. (It is not alcohol realted, rest assured, but it still could be more "generic" in name). thanks!
Posted by Unknown on 27th May 2013
These are realistic looking shampoo bottles. I will buy another set when the label changes.
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