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Discussion in 'Vaping and Travel' started by Andre, 18/10/16.
They should... read the first post of this thread.
Ok is there a limit on how many bottles you can take through Heathrow?
They apparently have a vaping zone now at gateway 4.
Not that I know of. Probably what is reasonable for private consumption.
Only reason I asked is because I will need a supply for a couple of months and I will not have access to concentrates or mixing supplies til I have a job there to pay for it. I'll probably go all over the UK til I find a job there so most likely not to stay in one place for a while.
Unless I get a job offer before I arrive there.
I could be wrong but I would think the e-liquid will be regulated the same as any other liquid in your hand luggage. You could probably have larger amounts in your checked luggage.
Edit: I found this article that should be helpful.
Hey all! I'm going to be flying from Gabarone to Cape Town and saw that e liquids with nicotine are illegal in SA.
I just got my breeze 2 and I would hate for my stuff and juices to be confiscated.
Can anyone tell me if it's safe to take e liquid with 6mg nicotine on an SA flight?
eLiquid with nicotine isn't illegal here. You won't have a problem.
Don't know who published such nonsense, but don't worry - nicotine is alive and well in SA. In fact, I would think that most vapers vape nic.
Welcome to the forum @SharkSam
I agree with the above posters - nicotine eliquids are fine and well here in SA.
Enjoy Cape Town!
PS - I like Gabs - have been there several times in the past 10 years for work. Such a friendly place with great people.