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    Hello all! Just wondering on your thoughts on travelling with vape gear by plane? I'm going on a trip in almost 2 weeks. I'm going to the Philippines but my plane will have a stop over at China. I'm just wondering what I need to do to prepare, put in mod and batteries in carry-on, etc. Does anyone have an experience travelling to China or having a stop over there? What should I watch out for? Any help would be appreciated! This is my first time traveling by plane with vape gear by the way. Also, is it the same procedure as the US? Could you confirm my procedure if it's good or not? 15 batteries all in separate cases in carry on. 5-100ml bottles and 2-60ml CBD Juice all in a zip lock bag in carry on bag. 4 Mech mods and 2 regulated mod in carry on. Coil building tools(tweezers/swivel/flush cutter/, etc.) in check in bag/luggage. 7-10 RDAs in carry on. Charger in carry on. And Coil wires (kidney puncher, Ni80, ribbon, kanthal, and SS 316L) in carry on.
     
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    Here is a chart that will help, but always follow the airlines guidelines about batteries, and the carry on policy of electronic cigarettes

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    Philippines looks like no issues at all, but China has some restrictions of age sales, and vaping indoors or in Public places,
     
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    When I travel out the country I only take two 5000 internal battery mods with two tanks, and extra coil heads. One setup I keep with me, and put in my carry on for US TSA check in with putting the tank, and 30 ml bottle of juice in a quart plastic bag, your only allowed one quart bag. The other setup is broken down with extra juice bottles in my shave bag with check in luggage.

    When I arrive to my destination they DO NOT check you or your body but may check your carry on so I always put that setup with the bottle of juice in my pocket while going through customs.

    If taken loose bats must be in a protected container and must be in your carry on. No loose batteries are allowed in checked bags.
     
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    Thank you for the reply and info! The only thing concerning me is the e juice(I was planning to bring 3-60ml bottles, while my brother beings 2 or 3 100 ml bottles), kidney puncher wire (1000 ft and 500 ft), vape tools (tweezers, razor sharp scissors, pliers, swivels, clamp, etc.), and was wondering if i could bring 4 batteries ( 1 Sony vtc5a, 1 LG HB4 and 2 LG HG2) and my brother also carries 4 sony vtc5a
     
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    Gotcha! I have no any plans of vaping indoor or so but other than that, should be the same procedure as the US?
     
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    Batteries must be in a case with your carry on, other gear wire, tools you would need to put in your check in bags.
     
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    The rules and restrictions on the use of e-cigarettes and vaping devices vary from country to country. Plus they are always changing, we recommend you do your own research before you travel, but here is a brief guide to help you out:

    Which countries is it legal or illegal to vape in?
    Vaping is permitted in some EU and other countries:
    (Updated June 2017)

    • Albania
    • Austria
    • Belgium
    • Canada
    • China
    • Costa Rica
    • Czech Republic
    • Cyprus
    • Estonia
    • France
    • Germany
    • Greece
    • Israel
    • Italy
    • Ireland
    • Latvia
    • Malta
    • The Netherlands
    • New Zealand
    • Paraguay
    • Poland
    • Portugal
    • Slovenia
    • South Korea
    • Spain
    • Ukraine
    • United States
    Note: The above countries allow the use of Vaping E-Cigarettes and you should be able to find places selling products, although, with regulations like the TPD in Europe and FDA in America, laws could change depending on the Country / State.

    Vaping is limited in the following countries:
    • Australia
    • Bosnia & Herzegovina
    • Bulgaria
    • Croatia
    • Denmark
    • Finland
    • Iceland
    • Japan
    • Hong Kong
    • Hungary
    • Indonesia
    • Iran
    • Kuwait
    • Norway
    • Russia
    • Slovakia
    • South Africa
    • Sweden
    • Switzerland
    • Uruguay
    • Vietnam
    Note: Limitations in these countries usually mean that e-cigarettes come under medical care and you should be allowed to bring your own products to the country for personal use. You may have trouble buying e-liquid containing nicotine although nicotine free e-liquid may be available to buy without a medical card.

    Vaping is "forbidden" in the following countries:
    Note: The import and sale is prohibited in the following list of countries although as a tourist you may be allowed to bring your own vaping supply for personal use. Please research the specific country you are visiting for further information.

    • Argentina
    • Brazil
    • Brunei
    • Colombia
    • Egypt
    • Indonesia
    • Lithuania
    • Jordan
    • Malaysia
    • Mexico
    • Oman
    • Panama
    • Qatar
    • Saudi Arabia
    • Singapore
    • Taiwan
    • Tajikistan
    • Thailand
    • Turkey
    • United Arab Emirates (Dubai)
    • Venezuela
     
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    Thank you for the reply and all the info! Some more questions, how about how much and how many juices could i take and how many batteries could i take?
     

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