Tags: implant, rfid, technology
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I’m curious on how this might affect flight travel. I’m interested, but I’m afraid of needing to have it removed if I end up flying somewhere, just because it might seem suspicious to a TSA agent.
There are no problems with metal detectors. I have tooth fillings with more metal in them than both my RFID implants combined, and I’ve even had the handheld wand run directly over my RFID implants and it could not detect them. I’ve flown all over the world with these implants in, and I’ve been through metal detectors and the full body scanners and there have never been any problems.
Hello my name is Jervis Pichardo wanting to know where in New York City can I get RFID implant the cost can contact me by email or cell phone at (954)-274-9108 thank you
What about MRIs? I’ve always followed the rules about not having any metal anywhere… can getting an MRI down the road be dangerous?
These tags are fully MRI compatible. To read more about it, check out the FAQ page at http://www.dangerousthings.com/implant-faq
@jervis – check out http://www.dangerousthings.com for implants and you can go to our partner map to find someone in NYC that can do the installation; http://www.dangerousthings.com/partner-map
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