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    One of the bonuses of the hug a bub wrap is that it doesnt have any metal in it, so will go sraiht thru the security screening! Id recommend it, Jo

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    Quote Originally Posted by condy30 View Post
    One of the bonuses of the hug a bub wrap is that it doesnt have any metal in it, so will go sraiht thru the security screening! Id recommend it, Jo
    I used to use the Sleepy Wrap (similar to the Hugabub) and still always had to take the baby out for the security check as it wasn't just for the metal, but to see that you hadn't concealed anything between you and the baby as well. I understand why the need to do it, but used to kill me everytime I had to disrupt a placid and sleeping baby.

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    Yes, I hear you, it can make it very stressful for both and I don't know about you, but Airports always make me nervy and on edge as it is with all the 'stuff' you have to do/get through, and then when you have to put bub back in the wrap it can all get a bit stressful.

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    How interesting! I have never been asked to take my son out as they said it is considered a piece of clothing. One of them did lift up his feet to peek in but that was about it (Melbourne & Sydney airports only, haven't gone international since he was born) we have travelled over 10 times as have family in Sydney. I asked about the Ergo & they said they would ask me take that off as you can apparently conceal things easier in the Ergo compared to the wrap type ones like Hug a bub. How bizarre! Jo

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    Thanks xyz I'll consider that for future travel!

    Condy I was told it was to check for concealments, in which case metal or no metal doesn't matter. I guess it just depends who you get on the day! Both Sydney and Brisbane made me take off the ergo. I'm guessing international I will definitely have to take it off!


 

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