If you’re going on a hot summer vacation, you’re probably thinking about bringing some of your favorite pleasure goods. And, as pleased as we are with our elegant product line, we understand that having to show them off to security officers isn’t ideal.
We at LELO have learned how to sail past check-in and on to our destination easily after years of traveling with our goods for both work and pleasure. Please take a focus on some of our suggestions below.
TURN IT OFF AND ON AGAIN.
While most modern pleasure gadgets are rechargeable, we recognize that many individuals still use battery-operated buzzers. The problem with D-cell pleasure gadgets is that many don’t have a control lock function, so remove the batteries before packing them in your carry-on bag. On the other hand, LELO massagers are readily lockable, ensuring that no errant button pushing gets in the way of you getting to the boarding gate.
IT’S IN THE BAG
If your luggage is examined, you don’t want a customs officer handling your items, so store your toys in clear plastic bags — they’ll be able to see what’s inside, and it’ll also be a sanitary storage choice when you’re on the go.
REMEMBER TO KEEP IT SMALL
The US Travel Security Administration is a suitable baseline for which laws will apply to luggage items regarding limits on things for air travel. According to the TSA, “tools” with a length of 7 inches (approximately 17.5 cm) are allowed in carry-on luggage. Petite, discreet massagers like SIRITM 2, MIATM 2, or NEATM 2 are OK, but ELISETM 2 will have to wait till your next road trip.
STAND UP FOR YOURSELF
Tell them the truth when an airport security official asks what’s in your suitcase or asks you to explain something on the x-ray screen. This will prevent you from getting dragged aside for further interrogation and having to dig through your stuff. Because these workers handle thousands of articles every day, embarrassment isn’t an issue; your sex toy won’t even make it into the break room chatter.
BE AWARE BEFORE YOU GO
Sex toys aren’t accepted everywhere on the planet, believe it or not. Some countries and territories, like India, the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, and some US states, have bans on your tiny buzzing buddy. If you’re just not sure if your destination accepts sex toys, a quick Google search might save you time and stress.
Traveling with your toys may be hassle-free, and they can only add to the relaxation of inhibitions that comes with being in a new place, whether you’re traveling alone or with a partner.