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    Simon Roth


    Locale: Northwest

    Where can I purchase dropper bottles locally? Trying to get everything together and need it pick these up soon.



    Charles P


    Locale: Terra

    NOt sure about locally, but has them. Inexpensive and they ship fast.

    Jason G
    BPL Member


    Locale: iceberg lake
    Daniel Cox
    BPL Member


    Locale: San Isabel NF

    My local REI carries them. Yours might too.

    Jeffrey Windsor


    My local REI has only big, heavy Nalgene bottles: you'd be better off with original packaging in travel-sized items. I'm currently trying to scour through the house for little bottles I can repurpose. My daughter's blood-glucose monitor has a tiny bottle for testing solution: that's about to go in the kit. I looked through Wal-Mart for bottles, but unless you're interesting in spending $5 for a bottle (tossing out whatever is inside, in this case), you're out of luck there. Tomorrow I'm heading to the hippy-health-food store to see if they've got something in their lotions-and-potions section.

    Eileen Duncan
    BPL Member


    Locale: The Sierra or the SF Bay Area

    I just bought a few .5oz "Japonesque" dropper bottles through Amazon (and paid more for shipping than I did the bottles). Looks like they are from a beauty supply company – you might have luck at a such a store locally.

    Donna C
    BPL Member


    Locale: Middle Virginia
    Ken Thompson
    BPL Member


    Locale: Right there

    At the eye doctor or eyeglass/contact store.

    Should have a gazillion of them. Wash them out before you use them. They throw them into the recycling.

    Backpack Jack
    BPL Member


    Locale: Armpit of California

    Try your local independent Pharmacy. If they do thier own componding they should have what you need.

    Yuri R
    BPL Member


    I've stopped by one with my wife and there were a ton of differently sized bottles. But note – it must be a small store, not the large perfume chains like Sephora.

    Olso Walgreens, CVS often have them.

    Five Star
    BPL Member


    Locale: NE AL

    ….Lawson Equipment and Mountain Laurel Designs carry them, others probably do also. JMO, but even at a little more (maybe) cost, I always prefer to shop "our guys" when possible over other options.

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