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Best Portable Vaporizer Traveling Tips


Best Portable Vaporizer Traveling Tips


It might not be a well-known fact, but regardless of the illegality of the cannabis plant and all its concentrated forms, any vaporizing device, whether it’s for flavored e-liquids, nicotine solutions, or other medicines, is banned from checked-in luggage on airplanes. However, they are allowed to be stored in your carry-on bags and brought onto the plane; at least, that’s the case for Canadian and American airlines anyway. Of course, you’re not allowed to use them on the aircraft, but if you’re only planning on vaping just a tiny bit, there’s not much stopping you from enjoying a bit of vapor in the bathrooms, but that’s a whole other matter. This article will give you a couple of the best portable vaporizer traveling tips to bring your trusty companions along with you for the flight.


  1. Clean it, first of all. You should do a bit more reading if you didn’t immediately consider it your first step. Good luck flying with anything that has even a bit of marijuana residue on or in it. The risk increases exponentially when you consider that you never know what days security dogs may be hanging around the airport. We all know and love the spicy aromas of cannabis, so dogs will ruin your day if you don’t properly clean your stuff. This goes for any pipes and grinders as well. Give an industrial-level quality cleaning to all your items before travel.
  2. Get a nice inconspicuous carrying case for your stuff. Some companies offer items specifically designed for the best portable vaporizer and tool storage, but that isn’t necessarily needed. A leather pouch or bag can serve just fine, making it appear like any casual device someone may bring onto an airplane. Security might ask you to pull it out of your carry-on to show them, but it’s easy enough to say it’s a tobacco vaporizer, and they can’t argue otherwise if it’s been impeccably cleaned.
Todd R. Brain

Beeraholic. Zombie fan. Amateur web evangelist. Troublemaker. Travel practitioner. General coffee expert. What gets me going now is managing jump ropes in Africa. Had a brief career working with Magic 8-Balls in Libya. Garnered an industry award while analyzing banjos in Prescott, AZ. Had moderate success promoting action figures in Pensacola, FL. Prior to my current job I was merchandising fatback in the aftermarket. Practiced in the art of importing gravy for no pay.