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Where we ship

We ship domestically to all 48 contiguous states within the U.S.

Domestic Shipping

We offer free standard shipping on all orders shipping to the 48 contiguous United States.

Please allow two business days to fulfil and issue you a tracking number. Once you receive your tracking number, you should expect your package within 4–5 business days.

We offer $9.95 flat-rate 2-3 Day shipping for all other orders shipping to the 48 contiguous United States.

Delivery time is determined from the date the order is shipped. Most orders ship the following business day. However, processing time varies depending on the availability of our products and does not include weekends or holidays.

For shipping to non-contiguous states of Alaska, Hawaii and all offshore United States territories and possessions (American Samoa, Guam, the Northern Mariana Islands, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands) please request a shipping quote at hello@vetelli.com

For international shipping please contact us at hello@vetelli.com

For shipping to UK and European Countries you can find our products on Amazon UK, Amazon Germany and Amazon France.

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Return, Refund and Exchange Policy for Vetelli 

100% no questions asked return policy means that you can return your Vetelli for a full refund*, for a store credit* or exchange it for another product.

Need to return your Vetelli? Here's how:

Contact us via email at hello@vetelli.com or via our contact form 

Email us these details:

  1. Your order number
  2. Where you purchased your Vetelli
  3. Your full name and email address 
  4. Your shipping address
  5. An image of the problem (if applicable)
  6. Tell us how we can assist you

*We will always refund a Vetelli, no questions asked, if it is new, is in its original packaging and has its original tags. If your Vetelli breaks because of a factory defect then we'll swap it for a new one or give you a store credit, whatever is convenient for you.

Important - Do not use Facebook, Instagram or other social channels as this may result in us missing your initial question

Please Note we do offer customer service on weekends and we will always do our best to help you as quickly as possible HOWEVER sometimes things get missed or go astray in the system.

If we have not replied to you within 24 hours PLEASE contact us again.

Refunds (if applicable)
Once your return is received and inspected, we will send you an email to notify you that we have received your returned item. We will also notify you of the approval or rejection of your refund.

If you are approved, then your refund will be processed, and a credit will automatically be applied to your credit card or original method of payment, within a certain amount of days.

Late or missing refunds (if applicable)
If you haven’t received a refund yet, first check your bank account again.
Then contact your credit card company, it may take some time before your refund is officially posted.

Next contact your bank. There is often some processing time before a refund is posted.

If you’ve done all of this and you still have not received your refund yet, please contact us at hello@vetelli.com.

Sale items (if applicable)
Only regular priced items may be refunded, unfortunately sale items cannot be refunded.

Exchanges (if applicable)
We only replace items if they are defective or damaged. If you need to exchange it for the same item, send us an email at hello@vetelli.com. We will give you instructions on where and how to return.

Shipping
You will be responsible for paying for your own shipping costs for returning your item for exchange only. Shipping costs are non-refundable. If you receive a refund, the cost of return shipping will be deducted from your refund.

Depending on where you live, the time it may take for your exchanged product to reach you, may vary.

If you are shipping an item over $75, you should consider using a trackable shipping service or purchasing shipping insurance. We can't guarantee that we will receive your returned item.

Gift Card Giveaway T&Cs

Winner of the gift card will be announced on the 10th of every month and will be contacted via email. If the winner does not reply within five days a new winner will be chosen. 

Gift Card is available for 90 days from the date of issue and can be used for products available on Vetelli Online Store. 

All products will be shipped with standard shipping and the products ordered with the gift card cannot be exchanged. 

Gift Card cannot be exchanged for cash and any amount left unused can be applied as a discount for a future order. 

April 03, 2019

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The craftsmen at Vetelli believe it is possible to bring about a Renaissance of the male toiletry bag. To make this goal a reality, Vetelli only works on DOPP bags. By focusing all of our time and energy on perfecting male toiletry bags, we have been able to create some of the most impressive products for modern professional men.

Hand-crafted with exceptional beauty, most Vetelli toiletry bags are named after the Renaissance artists they drew inspiration – for example Michelangelo and Leonardo Da Vinci. Not only can customers easily use Vetelli products at home, they can also take them on long-haul flights with no issues.

Vetelli toiletry bags were made to withstand the rigors of air travel, so never fear bringing one of these DOPP kits with you on your next big trip. Now is the time to experience for yourself why so many believe Vetelli has inaugurated the Renaissance of the male toiletry bag.

 

What Can You Pack in Your Carry-On for Travel?

TSA Rulles for Carry-On Luggage

 

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What Can You Pack in Your Carry-On for Travel?

Exceptions to the Rules for Liquids, Gels, Aerosols and Powders

Other Items You Cannot Bring on an Airplane

 

Before you can fly a commercial airline in the United States, you need to get past the Transportation Security Administration or TSA. These agents are responsible for security at airports in the U.S. If you travel by air, you'll encounter them.


If you’ve traveled in the past few years, you know that various travel rules usually come into play as you’re going through the security lines at the airport.
As you pack your suitcase, it’s a good idea to refresh your memory on the agency's most recent rules for the items you can and cannot bring on the airplane. That way, you can keep your carry-on compliant and breeze through security lines. 

Rules for Liquids and Gels in Your Carry-On Luggage

The Cara leather toiletry bag for men by Vetelli
One of the most basic — and most important — rules for airport security regards liquids and gels. These rules also apply to aerosols, creams, and pastes. As of 2019, the liquids and gels you take on board an airplane must fit in a single quart-sized bag. 

The TSA also restricts the size of the individual items you put in your quart-sized bag. Each one must be 3.4 ounces or less. If you have an item that’s larger, an agent will ask you to dispose of it before you can go through security. 

When you go through security, you’ll need to take your bag out of your carry on and place it in a bin. This allows agents to screen it. If any of your items sounds an alarm, the agents may need to inspect it separately. In the end, the TSA has the authority to decide whether or not you’re allowed to take any item through security. 

Rules for Powders and Powder-Like Substances

In 2018, the TSA updated its carry-on rules to cover powders and powder-like substances such as ground coffee. Under these new rules, you’re allowed to take powders in containers up to 12 ounces without being screened. 

If you need to take powders in containers that are 12 ounces or larger, security agents will inspect or scan them separately. If the agent can’t identify the powder, or if he decides that the powder is suspicious, he can refuse to let it through security. To help with this process, it’s a good idea to keep your powders in their original containers. If you think the agents might have a problem with it, it’s better to leave the powder at home or pack it in your checked luggage. 

What About Cosmetics?

The Vasari leather dopp kit for men by Vetelli
If you’re traveling carry-on only, or if you’re simply trying to save space in your checked luggage, it’s common to bring cosmetics on an airplane. This can raise questions.Can you bring powder foundation on an airplane? Does liquid lip gloss count toward your liquid allowance? 

The answer to both of these questions is yes. Cosmetics are subject to the TSA’s rules for carry-ons. Since so many makeup items are gels, creams, pastes, powders, and aerosols, it’s important to watch how much you bring. They always need to fit within the existing size and quantity rules, which means that every individual container must be 3.4 ounces or smaller. 

Solid products, such as lipsticks and lip balms, do not count toward this rule. The same goes for sold deodorants. Liquid lip glosses, mascara, and liquid eyeliner do. So does hairspray, which is an aerosol. 

Can You Travel with Food in Your Carry On?

Airports are notorious for selling overpriced food and drinks. If you don’t feel like paying this premium, or if you simply prefer to bring snacks from home, you’ll need to get them through security first. The TSA does allow you to bring food in your carry on, as long as it falls within the published rules. 

For most foods, you’re good to go. Go ahead and bring a container with a sandwich or a salad; you can even stop by your favorite takeout place on the way to the airport. 

Before you make up a menu, however, remember that the security rules affect a surprising number of foods. Yogurt, for example, is a convenient on-the-go snack — but since it’s a cream, it must stick to the 3.4-ounce rule. The same goes for salad dressings, Jell-O, and hummus. Peanut butter, since it’s somewhere between a paste and a cream, must also be 3.4 ounces or less. Want to carry a can of soup or a jar of jam? Better put it in your checked baggage, because airport security won’t allow it in the cabin. 

Some of the things the TSA prohibits are surprising. Spreadable cheese wedges, for example, need to fit in your quart-sized bag. Solid blocks of cheese do not. Pies and cakes, on the other hand, are fine with the agency. 

If you’ve ever forgotten about a bottle of water in your backpack, you know that that airport agents won’t allow it through security. But what happens if you want to stay hydrated, but you don’t want to pay $6 for water in the airport? Simple: empty the water before you go through security. Then, you can refill the bottle at a drinking fountain or ask a restaurant to fill it up for you after security. 

Taking Alcohol, Cigarettes, and Drugs on an Airplane

Can you take alcohol in your carry on? Sure, if it’s smaller than 3.4 ounces — which means you’re limited to travel-size bottles. If that’s good with you, keep in mind that you won’t be able to use these bottles to make a cocktail on the airplane; most airlines prohibit you from doing this. While this might seem silly, it’s designed to help airline crew maintain control and safety. After all, if they can’t monitor how much a person is being served, they can’t prevent people from getting drunk and dangerous. 

What about the alcohol you buy from the duty-free shop? This alcohol is fine to take on a plane. However, there’s a catch. When you buy the products, duty-free will wrap them in tamper-resistant packages. They may hand them over immediately, or you may need to wait to pick them up until you’re boarding. Airline crew will let these packages on the airplane, but only as long as the tamper-resistant seals remain unbroken. 

If you’re a smoker, you might be wondering if you can bring your cigarettes or cigars on the plane. The answer is yes to both. Naturally, you can’t take any illegal drugs.This includes medical marijuana. Even if it’s legal in your city or state, federal law still prohibits it. Since the TSA is a federal agency, it will not allow any marijuana through. What’s more, if an agent finds it in your possession, they must report you. This rule applies to all marijuana and cannabis products, including items that are infused. 

Taking Batteries on a Plane

TSA Rules for Electronics and Batteries
If you’re like many people, you’re probably tethered to your cell phone and laptop. Since outlets can be few and far between in airports, you might be thinking of bringing a spare lithium battery to keep everything charged. That’s fine, according to the TSA, but you’ll need to take that battery in your carry on — it cannot go in your checked luggage. If you have a suitcase with a built-in lithium battery, you need to remove it before checking it in. 

This is required because lithium batteries have been known to catch on fire. If they’re in the cabin, flight attendants can monitor and handle the situation; if they’re in the hold, the fire can spread. 

Some batteries are not allowed on the plane, either in carry on or checked luggage. This includes car batteries, batteries that can spill, and wet batteries. 

There’s one phone that’s banned from airlines: the Samsung Galaxy Note 7. After several incidents where the phone caught on fire in flight due to a problem with the battery, the government no longer allows this model through security. 

Exceptions to the Rules for Liquids, Gels, Aerosols and Powders

There are two exceptions to the rules for liquids, gels, aerosols, and powders: medications and child nourishment. 

Medication Rules for Airline Travel

Do you need to bring liquid, gel, aerosol, or paste medical products on the plane? You don’t need to worry about fitting them in your quart-sized bag. You can bring your prescription medications and health products in your carry-on. Keep in mind that these items should be considered medically necessary. Agents also need to be able to identify each item, so it's important to keep them in their original packages. This is crucial when it comes to prescription meds. 

If you need to bring health supplies in your carry-on, you should take them out when you go through security. Tell an agent what you have, and let them know that it’s for medical reasons. The agent will need to screen these items separately to make sure that everything is above board. 

Medical supplies that are exempt from the standard carry-on size limits include: 
  • Ice packs
  • Gel packs
  • Medical creams
  • IV liquids
  • Liquid medications

Child Nourishment Rules

Flying from one place to another can take hours, especially when you count the time you spend at the departure gate. If you’re traveling with little ones, this means that you’re probably going to need to feed them at some point after you go through security. Airport security agents know this, so there are exceptions to the rules. 

In general, you can carry on formula, juice, and breast milk in containers that are larger than 3.4 ounces. You can also bring baby food in jars or cans and teething rings filled with liquid. These containers don’t need to go in your quart-sized bag — just make sure to take them out of your carry-on and let the security agent know what they are. The same goes for any ice packs you need to keep the liquids cool. 

Be prepared: the agent may need to test the liquids that you’re bringing, including breast milk. If that happens, you’ll need to open the container and pour out a small amount for the agent to test. 

In most cases, you can bring these items only if you’re traveling with a child. The exception is breast milk; you may fly with it even if you don’t have your baby with you. 

Other Items You Cannot Bring on an Airplane

Forbidded Items to Bring on a Plane
In addition to liquids, there are certain items that you can never bring on board a plane. Usually, these items are things that could be used as weapons or to disable another person. 

Some of the items you cannot pack in your carry-on include: 
  • Aerosol insecticides, including bug spray
  • Alcohol that’s over 140 proof, even if it’s 3.4 ounces or smaller
  • Ammunition
  • Arc, plasma, and electronic lighters
  • Weapons of any kind, including guns, knives, hatchets, and axes
  • Explosives, including fireworks
  • Sharp items, including scissors, corkscrews, and darts
Of course, there are some exceptions. A knitting needle or crochet hook could be used as a weapon, but the security agents still allows them on the plane. The same goes for disposable razors. 

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shop vetelli

SHOP VETELLI NOW 

The craftsmen at Vetelli believe it is possible to bring about a Renaissance of the male toiletry bag. To make this goal a reality, Vetelli only works on DOPP bags. By focusing all of our time and energy on perfecting male toiletry bags, we have been able to create some of the most impressive products for modern professional men.

Hand-crafted with exceptional beauty, most Vetelli toiletry bags are named after the Renaissance artists they drew inspiration – for example Michelangelo and Leonardo Da Vinci. Not only can customers easily use Vetelli products at home, they can also take them on long-haul flights with no issues.

Vetelli toiletry bags were made to withstand the rigors of air travel, so never fear bringing one of these DOPP kits with you on your next big trip. Now is the time to experience for yourself why so many believe Vetelli has inaugurated the Renaissance of the male toiletry bag.

 

★Vetelli Reviews

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An excellent bargain

I had to replace my small Toiletry bag that was old and ready for retirement. I needed a larger bag that's more durable and if I could find one that was also GQ and at an affordable price. I thoroughly searched and came across this Vetelli Gio Leather bag and ordered it and I must say, this bag exceeded my expectation. The size of bag allows me to easily fit all of my toiletries. The outside pouch allows quick access while the deep and long inner pouch offers plenty of room for all of your personal products including a zippered compartment. The design is simple yet chic, the zippers are sturdy not cheap with the top having a magnetic seal and the construction inside and out is Gucci and durable enough to provide years of service. Vetelli has made a very nice looking high quality mens bag art a bargain price.

He liked the bag

I recently purchased this bag as a Birthday gift for a friend. He loved the bag. It’s design and quality are very difficult to match. I definitely will keep buying this as gift.

PERFECT!!

It's difficult to earn a five star review from me but this company and the Leo Dopp Bag both earned it. This toiletry bag is awesome; beautiful both inside and out as well as much more functional than the majority I've seen out there. I was willing to spend more for a genuine leather bag, which this isn't, but the quality and appearance of this product won me over. And I'm so glad it did! It's exactly as described and pictured, actually better in person! I had one customer service issue and Vetelli's team was all over it, delivering outstanding customer service while expediting delivery. Can't wait to see my husbands face when he opens this gift up for Christmas. Gorgeous! So impressed with this company and their product.

Simply Amazing!

I received my Leo Toiletry bag yesterday and I feel as if I received a high price fashion bag. It looks so luxurious and carefully stitched with many compartments for storage. The gold cloth on the inside was a very nice touch! This is by far my favorite toiletry bag. Great price and great product. Thanks Vetelli!

LEO - King of the jungle

I just received my LEO bag & it is beautiful. It caught one of my co-workers eye & he commented on how nice it looked. It is a little large but I like having the space. I should be able to fit everything I want in it. I think this is the perfect bag for a man!