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    Will a small Snake Charmer fit a full sized toothbrush?

    I'm looking to pick up a Snake Charmer for use as a minimal toiletries bag, namely because I like the idea of the mesh sides and it seems easier to access the contents when stood up on a counter compared to the Spiff Kit. Now, the question is, would the small size Snake Charmer fit a full sized adult toothbrush?

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    Yes-ish depending on the brand. But not in a toothbrush case.




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    Would it fit with the case if it was diagonal instead of horizontal?
    Last edited by Kelly S; 09-16-2017 at 03:14 PM. Reason: clarity?

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    Thanks for the visual! Since I use a Steripod with my toothbrush, I may just opt for the bigger Snake Charmer.

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    I have not done that yet but I am debating shortening the handle on my favorit toothbrushes of the kind we are talking about here.

    I have not found a travel touthbrush yet where I realy liked the working end and as I gotten into the habit of traveling with carry on only I would like a trusted brush in a smaller form factor. Will report how it worked if I can bring myself to do it.

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    I really like these travel toothbrushes. They fold into half the size of a normal toothbrush. Bristles are soft. Pretty cheap for a 6 pack too.

    Colgate Travel Toothbrush, Soft - Colors may Vary (6 Pack) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B003A4HSIA..._.gJ4zb5B6NW55

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    Target has a very similar toothbrush in their travel toiletries section.

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    In order to reduce load wight, backpackers sometimes resort to cutting toothbrush handles..l:-)

    The Laughing Dog: Cutting the Toothbrush Handles
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