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Humidifier on flight

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I always get painfully dry skin on overseas flights, so I got really excited about this portable humidifier: http://www.gizmofusion.com/2013/06/satechi-usb-portable-humidifier-attaches-to-most-water-bottles-to-increase-moisture-in-hotel-rooms-cars-homes-and-more/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=twitter&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+Gizmofusion+%28GizmoFusion%29 Do you think it would pass security and be okay with flight attendants? Even if I couldn't use it on a plane, it would be a relief while staying at a hotel.

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