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Old Yesterday, 09:10 PM   #1
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Question regarding carry-on luggage

Hi bros and sis,

I was wondering if I am able to bring an corded Black and Decker 300w Oscillating Multi-tool on an international flight in my carry-on luggage?

I'm flying Scoot and I don't have check-in luggage.

Thanks in advance!!
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Old Today, 11:54 AM   #2
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Hi bros and sis,

I was wondering if I am able to bring an corded Black and Decker 300w Oscillating Multi-tool on an international flight in my carry-on luggage?

I'm flying Scoot and I don't have check-in luggage.

Thanks in advance!!
Could be classified under a "Sharp objects"

https://www.caas.gov.sg/public-passe...or-your-flight

Safer to check in, otherwise item could be removed from you (subject to the staff performing the security screen)
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Old Today, 12:22 PM   #3
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maybe just separate out the blades. Worst case, they take away the blades.

Could be classified under a "Sharp objects"

https://www.caas.gov.sg/public-passe...or-your-flight

Safer to check in, otherwise item could be removed from you (subject to the staff performing the security screen)
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Old Today, 01:28 PM   #4
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Hi bros and sis,

I was wondering if I am able to bring an corded Black and Decker 300w Oscillating Multi-tool on an international flight in my carry-on luggage?

I'm flying Scoot and I don't have check-in luggage.

Thanks in advance!!
Tool have to check in. Even pedicure box in hand carry bag, they also open up and throw the scissor away.
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