razzaSILVER Member
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Location: Helensburgh, Australia


Posted:
hey does anyone know if poi get through Australian customs plz help me
EDITED_BY: razza (1138526971)

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Location: In your head. (Tasmania, Australia)


Posted:
uuummm....yes?? and the point of that was.....what exactly??

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razzaSILVER Member
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43 posts
Location: Helensburgh, Australia


Posted:
wat do u mean by "what exactly?? "

Horsepower is how fast u hit a tree. Tourqe is how far the tree goes with u


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1,627 posts
Location: In your head. (Tasmania, Australia)


Posted:
Ah now that your post has been edited i see the point. maybe it would have been wise to post this only once, and in the 'Help' section.



In answer, that depends. Are you talking about fire poi? If so then have they been used? Practice poi and new fire poi which have not yet been lit should be ok to get through customs as they do not contain any residual flammable liquid. Although it is wise not to put them in your hand luggage, some customs officials are more particular than others. This is assuming you are talking about you travelling and taking you poi with you...



Hope this answers your question. And I don't think it's necessary for me to post this answer in all the other threads started asking the same question is it?! tongue

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razzaSILVER Member
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43 posts
Location: Helensburgh, Australia


Posted:
well i thinking of odering a chain and ball and a staff form this website and was concerned if i got them sent to australia if there will be any problems with customs

Horsepower is how fast u hit a tree. Tourqe is how far the tree goes with u


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1,627 posts
Location: In your head. (Tasmania, Australia)


Posted:
Oh I assumed you meant you would be travelling with your poi. Well in that case there should not be any problems with getting them sent over here biggrin Have you read all the details about getting them sent over and any information that HoP has, I'm sure it would say in there somewhere, but other wise it should be ok. smile

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Hanzveteran
1,328 posts
Location: Bendigo, Vic, Australia


Posted:
There are plenty of threads around about getting fire toys into the country, I would search, but Im not a very good searcher...

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Posted:
buying anything from HoP to be delivered to australia is fine, bazillions of people do it wink

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Hanzveteran
1,328 posts
Location: Bendigo, Vic, Australia


Posted:
oh, woops, didnt read he said this website.
Yeah, of couse you will be fine, if it wasnt, HoP wouldnt sell the way it does

MedusaSILVER Member
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Location: 8 days at Cloudbreak, 6 in Perth, Australia


Posted:
Only used fire equipment is a hassle to send or bring into or take out of Australia.

New stuff that has not been lit before is fine.

DomBRONZE Member
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Location: Bristol, UK


Posted:
razza - Please check the Shop FAQs for any questions about buying from Home of Poi. If your question isn't answered there you can try contacting the shop directly.

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