# What to/not to take when travelling by air

#### r_517

I'm taking the flight by Ryanair to Bristol a few days later, and I chose not to check any luggage in (The ticket fee is 20euro and the luggage checking fee is 15euro). So I have to pack everything I need in my cabin baggage which cannot exceed 10kg.

1. Cubes (Big cubes are heavy. About 2kg in all)
2. Clothes (I'll stay in the UK for a week, so clothes are necessary. 1kg)
3. Laptop & accessories(4kg)
4. and the baggage itself weighs 1kg.

The things should NOT be taken:
1. Liquid (i.e. drinks, lubricant, cosmetics)
2. Knives, scissors etc

Any suggestion is welcome

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#### andyt1992

##### Guest
Your clothes will weigh more than that surely??

#### r_517

Your clothes will weigh more than that surely??

that's just an estimate i'll try bringing the least as i can to keep it under 2kg

Your clothes will weigh more than that surely??

^^ Definitely...

Don't bring puzzles that you won't be competing with eg. Gigaminx or 3x3x4 and try to limit the number of "spare" puzzles you bring eg. only 1 spare 3x3.

#### CharlieCooper

Top tip: Wear loads of the clothes you will need while you travel.

Remember we will have all the cube stuff you could possibly ever want, so you don't need to bring loads of spares or lube or anything.

#### TheBB

##### Member
I'll stay in the UK for a week, so clothes are necessary. 1kg

I didn't know He-Man could cube!

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#### andyt1992

##### Guest
Is this you?????

On a more serious note when travelling i go by the rules:
5 cotton tees =~1kg
3 hoodies=~1kg
2/3 pairs of jeans=@1kg
and underwear and phone/handheld games etc make up for the ~1kg and make them average out at 1kg.

Obviously depends on how big you are, and as i am 6 foot 5 and heavy my clothes obvioulsy weigh more than a midgets.
You'll be fine with 10kg though as i know that an average 3x3x3 weighs ~100g so ten 3x3's are 1kg. 4x4's and 2x2's weighed together make about 200g so 5 2x2's and 5 4x4's weigh 1kg.
So you can fit a lot of cubes in with your cubes and is your laptop a necessity (i.e work/business)??

#### CharlieCooper

yeah also put loads of cubes in your pockets as you go through security!

#### r_517

On a more serious note when travelling i go by the rules:
5 cotton tees =~1kg
3 hoodies=~1kg
2/3 pairs of jeans=@1kg
and underwear and phone/handheld games etc make up for the ~1kg and make them average out at 1kg.

Obviously depends on how big you are, and as i am 6 foot 5 and heavy my clothes obvioulsy weigh more than a midgets.
You'll be fine with 10kg though as i know that an average 3x3x3 weighs ~100g so ten 3x3's are 1kg. 4x4's and 2x2's weighed together make about 200g so 5 2x2's and 5 4x4's weigh 1kg.
So you can fit a lot of cubes in with your cubes and is your laptop a necessity (i.e work/business)??

i just wanna know if i should bring anything else other than these.
and if there's nothing more, then i can have 3-4 kgs for my clothes
and as Charie said, yep i plan to put all big cubes in my pocket
without laptop (& mobile broadband) i'll have no idea where to travel, timetables, transportations etc. it's too hard for me myself to take everything into consider in a 9-day travel abroad.

anyway thanks a lot guys

#### shelley

##### chang
without laptop (& mobile broadband) i'll have no idea where to travel, timetables, transportations etc. it's too hard for me myself to take everything into consider in a 9-day travel abroad.

Planning ahead more carefully can fix that. Are you staying with anyone who can let you borrow a computer for a bit? Many hotels have internet access, as well as hard copies of maps and transportation timetables. People were able to travel around on their own before the internet; surely it's still possible today.

#### (R)

##### Member
Is this you?????

On a more serious note when travelling i go by the rules:
5 cotton tees =~1kg
3 hoodies=~1kg
2/3 pairs of jeans=@1kg
and underwear and phone/handheld games etc make up for the ~1kg and make them average out at 1kg.

Obviously depends on how big you are, and as i am 6 foot 5 and heavy my clothes obvioulsy weigh more than a midgets.
You'll be fine with 10kg though as i know that an average 3x3x3 weighs ~100g so ten 3x3's are 1kg. 4x4's and 2x2's weighed together make about 200g so 5 2x2's and 5 4x4's weigh 1kg.
So you can fit a lot of cubes in with your cubes and is your laptop a necessity (i.e work/business)??

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##### Member
Is this you?????

On a more serious note when travelling i go by the rules:
5 cotton tees =~1kg
3 hoodies=~1kg
2/3 pairs of jeans=@1kg
and underwear and phone/handheld games etc make up for the ~1kg and make them average out at 1kg.

Obviously depends on how big you are, and as i am 6 foot 5 and heavy my clothes obvioulsy weigh more than a midgets.
You'll be fine with 10kg though as i know that an average 3x3x3 weighs ~100g so ten 3x3's are 1kg. 4x4's and 2x2's weighed together make about 200g so 5 2x2's and 5 4x4's weigh 1kg.
So you can fit a lot of cubes in with your cubes and is your laptop a necessity (i.e work/business)??

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH my virgin eyes!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

lol i cant stop laughing!!!

#### Innocence

##### Member
Is this you?????

On a more serious note when travelling i go by the rules:
5 cotton tees =~1kg
3 hoodies=~1kg
2/3 pairs of jeans=@1kg
and underwear and phone/handheld games etc make up for the ~1kg and make them average out at 1kg.

Obviously depends on how big you are, and as i am 6 foot 5 and heavy my clothes obvioulsy weigh more than a midgets.
You'll be fine with 10kg though as i know that an average 3x3x3 weighs ~100g so ten 3x3's are 1kg. 4x4's and 2x2's weighed together make about 200g so 5 2x2's and 5 4x4's weigh 1kg.
So you can fit a lot of cubes in with your cubes and is your laptop a necessity (i.e work/business)??

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH my virginian eyes!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Fix'd. I couldn't help it.

I don't even care if it's true.

I highly doubt laptop is a necessity. Even if you had to print 50 sheets of paper, that would weigh way less than a laptop.

Also, it might've been a mistake to skip cargo in the first place.

#### blakedacuber

wear about 3 or 4 layers of clothes and put as many cubes s you can in each layer

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#### andyt1992

##### Guest
wear about 3 or 4 layers of clothes and put as many cubes s you can in each layer

cubes can cause suspicion in airports lol.
DO NOT TAKE LUBE OR ANY LIQUID WITH YOU AS THEY'LL TAKE IT OFF YOU IF ITS MORE THAN 35ml or 50ml - not too sure.

#### miniGOINGS

##### Member
wear about 3 or 4 layers of clothes and put as many cubes s you can in each layer

cubes can cause suspicion in airports lol.
DO NOT TAKE LUBE OR ANY LIQUID WITH YOU AS THEY'LL TAKE IT OFF YOU IF ITS MORE THAN 35ml or 50ml - not too sure.

3 oz?

#### CharlieCooper

wear about 3 or 4 layers of clothes and put as many cubes s you can in each layer

cubes can cause suspicion in airports lol.
DO NOT TAKE LUBE OR ANY LIQUID WITH YOU AS THEY'LL TAKE IT OFF YOU IF ITS MORE THAN 35ml or 50ml - not too sure.

It's actually 100ml and they won't let you take the can anyway.

#### Muesli

It's 100ml containers, not adding up to more than 1 litre iirc.