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Manfrotto Pixi in Carry On?

Old Aug 27, 18, 3:08 pm
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Manfrotto Pixi in Carry On?

I just bought one of these for an upcoming trip and I'd like to take it in my carry on luggage.
Does anyone else do this?

I can't imagine it would be an issue but it is sort of spiky and looks like some sort of Klingon death ray gun.
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Old Aug 27, 18, 3:20 pm
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Carry a similar item (Kestrel) in my carry on. Never been mentioned, no less questioned.
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Old Aug 27, 18, 11:21 pm
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Likewise, my Really Right Stuff Pocket Pod goes everywhere and has never caused a problem.
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Old Aug 28, 18, 3:49 am
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Thanks for the feedback
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Old Aug 28, 18, 6:23 am
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I carry a 12" (when folded) MeFoto tripod in my backpack with no issues, I can't imagine the Pixi would be an issue.
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Old Aug 28, 18, 9:16 am
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Originally Posted by The_Diamond_Z View Post
I just bought one of these for an upcoming trip and I'd like to take it in my carry on luggage.
Does anyone else do this?

I can't imagine it would be an issue but it is sort of spiky and looks like some sort of Klingon death ray gun.
I have this, and never had any issues having it in my carry-on.
Doesn't even raise a question going through the scanner.
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