Sometimes the airline will send it to us and other times we just use ours and steal an extra from an empty seat. Our hop in Royal Laurel Business Class aboard an EVA 777-300 from Taipei to Los Angeles allowed for this kind of theivery and now, you benefit! How? Well, now we can do a straight-outta-the-wrapper unBOX of this Eva Airways Business Class Amenity Kit. Have a look:
The Box is amazing…and adorable. As durable as the maker’s luggage, this Rimowa hardside supermini suitcaise protects your creams, lotions and pastes from being crushed and sqeezed inside. Could be handy for handling small and fragile items on a future trips.
Fancy lotions and balms: Maybe I overreacted in the video about how fancy the contents of the kit were. It’s just the two Harnn brand products inside that lean high end. I’m guessing you wouldn’t spend a lot for a travel-sized tube of Colgate.
About that toothbrush: It’s no flimsy travel toothbrush. It’s a flimsy REGULAR toothbrush. No need to assemble the handle, just rip off the wrapping and go. The included Colgate toothpaste is full travel-size so it should get you through the flight.
Foldy-comb: If you really need to brush your hair in flight, this might do the trick. I haven’t used a comb or brush since the 90’s, so I’m not much help here.
We say bring your own eye mask. This one is thin and has a flimsy double strap that just digs into your head. Our faves are masks with a single, thick, velcro-adjustable straps.
Your traction socks will help you avoid nasty spills running up and down the aisles of Eva Airways Royal Laurel Class.
Either the EVA robot screwed up or there are no earplugs in this kit. I guess none are better than bad ones, but remember to bring your own.