You’re going on holiday’s and wondering about travelling with vape gear. Here are some tips and things to know when you’re packing. As different components that make up your vape gear will need to travel differently.
Travelling with vape gear
- Batteries: they need to be removed from your mod and put in a battery case. These will go in your Carry On bag.
- Remove the tank or RDA from your mod and make sure it is completely empty, to avoid any leakage in your bags. Wrap it in some bubble wrap or a small soft cloth for protection. It can go in either Checked Baggage or Carry On.
- Building tools for building coils will need to be in your Checked Baggage only.
- Mods can go in either Checked Baggage or Carry On. As they have no tank or batteries in them so there is no risk of them accidentally firing and causing a fire.
- eJuice can also go in either Checked Baggage or Carry On. But keep in mind any liquid restrictions for your flight. Most airlines allow up to 100ml in Total and eJuice will contribute to any other liquids you are travelling with. Put them in a clear zip lock bag so they can be clearly check by the airline security if needed and it will also prevent any spillage into your clothes or bags during the flight.
Check with the airline if you are unsure
Airlines and airports are different all over the world, so if it isn’t clear on your travel documents (which it probably won’t be) then it is best to check directly with the airline on the best options for travelling with vape gear.
Another important thing to keep in mind is the vaping laws at your destination. Be fully aware of what you can and can’t do when you get where your going. In some countries it is illegal to vape… period.
Check out our list for more information on international vaping laws.