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Thread: Easier getting a Mech Mod in airplanes?

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    Easier getting a Mech Mod in airplanes?

    Hi Aussie Vapers,

    Just wondering, is it easier to get a mech mod in airplanes since we can dismantle everything including the battery, so when it is scanned thru it wont look as devious as for example EGO batteries or MVP where it cannot be dismantled?

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    travel with batteries in a separate battery case. if you carry the entire mod in hand luggage, take batteries out if possible. if you have a competle unit you may be asked to show it working (they have done this with laptops for years, but its rarely asked).

    customs staff know what you have no matter how you pack it up. they are trained.

    there is no need to try to disguise or hide anything - this is where issues come from.
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    ^^ Everyone should bookmark the above in their smartphone!
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    There's no problems regardless. I place my devices straight into the trays at security scanning, both international and domestic.

    I dont take spare batteries but these should be insulated whether carrying them onto a plane or just to the car!

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    i just dont wan like a unnecessary security check haha. and i wanna bring it to Singapore... haha

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    E cigarettes are banned in singapore unfortunately, and you risk a fine and confiscation if they catch you. Though I've heard of people successfully getting it in, luck based I guess. Good luck!

 

 

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