Metal Detectors

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Mr Pickle
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Re: Metal Detectors

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We flew to Spain at the end of october. I was wearing a HT2 but had my steel cage in my bum bag. The idea being I could swap after going through security.
I got flagged because I'd forgotten to take my belt off.
They used a hand scanner. Ask me to remove a belt then scanned again. No problem at all.
I then had to remove my shoes and stand in a cylindrical booth.
All clear and caried on.
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Re: Metal Detectors

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I’ll be attending an event next week that I’m pretty sure will have metal detectors. I can’t decide which will be worse, asking Lady for the key or just dealing with any potential “beeps” from a metal detector.
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Re: Metal Detectors

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you can always tell them its jewery
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Re: Metal Detectors

Post by Kats_bitch_05 »

When I travel I wear my silicone cage with a plastic lock.
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Betterthansmith
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Re: Metal Detectors

Post by Betterthansmith »

The last comment mentions a plastic lock.... Any links to plastic locks please?

(To replace the standard brass tumbler in a device.... I'm assuming (if it were possible) there would be no problems with a plastic cage and plastic lock...)
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Re: Metal Detectors

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Betterthansmith wrote: Mon Nov 08, 2021 3:02 am The last comment mentions a plastic lock.... Any links to plastic locks please?

(To replace the standard brass tumbler in a device.... I'm assuming (if it were possible) there would be no problems with a plastic cage and plastic lock...)
I'm assuming he was referring to the numbered plastic tags.
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Betterthansmith
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Re: Metal Detectors

Post by Betterthansmith »

Oh right...

I did some googling - this is what I meant: https://www.dhgate.com/product/plastic- ... 77007.html or https://www.dhgate.com/product/sex-chas ... 31379.html

So what are we thinking - plastic cage like a HT with this plastic lock and would get through an airport ok?

The big arms-up stand in scanners - are those metal or can they 'see' other materials?
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Betterthansmith
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Re: Metal Detectors

Post by Betterthansmith »

I think I'm answering my own question....

This post https://www.chastitymansion.com/forums/ ... now.25821/ seems to imply that the body scanners do pick up the plastic...

So probably in answer to my first question, take it off to go through security and then put it back on again...?
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Re: Metal Detectors

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I can tell you this the standard lock that comes with the cb6000 does not trigger the metal detector at Nationals Park in DC. I have been to several games now and not a sound.
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Re: Metal Detectors

Post by Engineer »

I fly in the US primarily, so I have TSA pre-check. No body scanner to worry about, just a metal detector. Flew with the plastic cobra cage and regular lock. I figure that I don't take my belt off and have no issues, definitely more metal there. Wasn't an issue at all and blew right through.
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