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I just wanna ask if anyone have an idea if i can hand carry the kareoke machine im going to buy here in manila? or it will be better if i will check in? also do they allow me to bring kareoke machine? :D thank you in advance for your response :)

picture below is the sample kareoke machine i will bring to USA.

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2 hours ago, YnaaPH said:

Good Day! 

I just wanna ask if anyone have an idea if i can hand carry the kareoke machine im going to buy here in manila? or it will be better if i will check in? also do they allow me to bring kareoke machine? :D thank you in advance for your response :)

picture below is the sample kareoke machine i will bring to USA.

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You can bring it in your checked baggage with no issue. 

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I don't see any issues either, I don't see why you couldn't put it in your carry on.

 

IF it is a knock off or imitation remember you are allowed to bring in one item each of a counterfeit item in the USA as long as it is for personal use

 

Just be aware it may be 220 volts and not work on US power which is 110.


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5 hours ago, Chris Duffy said:

I don't see any issues either, I don't see why you couldn't put it in your carry on.

IF it is a knock off or imitation remember you are allowed to bring in one item each of a counterfeit item in the USA as long as it is for personal use

Just be aware it may be 220 volts and not work on US power which is 110.

I agree with this as well. That would be the first thing I check before I brought it over. 

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Make sure it handles both 110 and 220 and you are golden.  Most do if I remember correctly when we did the original checking.

 

If you can remove the batteries it can go in your checked or carry on baggage.  If the batteries are not removable it must go in the carry on.

 

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