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  • Terry Davidson
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    I always use a strong aluminum case when I travel and have never had a cue damaged yet and I fly quite frequently. I even had my case with 2 cues lost at Gatwick for over a week and there was no damage once it was found

    Terry

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  • ADR147
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    plastic tubes are great but an strong alloy case better!

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  • justf
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    Originally posted by jrc750 View Post
    Buy a strong case
    Lol. Follow jrc's advice but maybe also use the plastic tubing cue are sent out in, they are very strong.

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  • jrc750
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    Buy a strong case

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  • cheneyxuu
    started a topic Travel with cue

    Travel with cue

    Hi everybody,

    I am a new member here and I am going back to China soon this summer holiday. I heard about cues were damaged during travelling by airplane luggage transferring. Any advice on this particular issue?

    Many thanks
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