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#1 (permalink)      11/30/2013 11:35:29 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Which postal service to use??
Can anyone help me I'm sure I not the only one who is confused by all the postal rules now. Which postal service will these have to be sent by to get to me in the UK?
A year and a half being a vaper and counting, my favourite e-liquid is vanilla Custard. What's yours??
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Both Hong Kong Post and Singapore Post have refused knives in the past.

Some confirmation from FastTech on the current situation would be helpful. This notice says nothing about shipping knives.

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omg, why tf should they have problems shipping knifes...
you can transport any knife in your check-in-baggage in passenger planes...
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For the health and safety of postal employees. This section covers knives:

Explosives, poisons, radioactive material, compressed gas, corrosive, firearms, flammables and any item which by its nature can potentially cause damage to other items or expose regulatory and customs officers to injury;



http://www.singpost.com/guides/53-personal/send-documentparcel/393-mailing-a-packaging-tips.html#prohibitions

Some post offices will refuse knives when they ask what is in the package to be shipped.

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Thanks for the info #chloe
A year and a half being a vaper and counting, my favourite e-liquid is vanilla Custard. What's yours??
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I'm having a similar problem getting a knife to the UK. FT have had a knife I ordered returned by Swiss post. FT agreed to re send via SG post, but now it's being sent via Sweden post!
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@Essexman did FT say that it would get to you if they used Sweden post or is it just another maybe,mabe not gamble?
A year and a half being a vaper and counting, my favourite e-liquid is vanilla Custard. What's yours??
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Vindalooxccx - No they said they were going to ship again via SG post, but when the shipping notice came through it's Sweden post! I give up, FT couldn't run a bath these days, let alone run a webstore.
Mind give FT some credit, they refunded me $1 that I paid extra for Swiss post in the first place, wooooo hooooo!