If you've ever taken an extended vacation, you know all too well the hassle that is packing clothes for a trip. In an effort to avoid steep baggage fees, we cram our luggage to the limit, not only making it a nightmare to pack our clothes back up for the return flight, but also burdening ourselves with awkward, bulky bags to carry. Capable of shrinking your clothes by up to 70%, the Dr. Save Vacuum Travel Kit makes packing for trips much easier, and it's on sale for $39 today.
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