Color: Black 2 Pack
Travel Safely Around the World- Want a TSA Approved luggage lock which works internationally? We have you covered! Travoce uses the TSA 007 master key. This is one of the worlds most widely accepted master key and is supported by airports in Japan, Israel, Finland, Germany, Austria, Belgium, South-Korea, Togo and many, many other countries. We actually don't have the space to list them all here!
Can Secure Nearly Anything - One of the greatest advantages of a cable lock is its versatility. With a looped length of 1.5 inches and a cable diameter of 1/8th inch, this luggage lock works great on all standard size zippers, hard equipment cases, gun cases, lockers, backpacks and many other containers.
Patented Easy Set Combination - Most TSA compatible locks on the market have a complicated combination setting procedure which makes entering the wrong combination a real risk. Setting the combination on our cable TSA locks is done with the simple flick of a switch and literally takes 20 seconds to complete. Simply use your fingernail or a pen to flick the switch, enter your combination, flick the switch back and you're done. It's as easy as that.
A Comprehensive Warranty Backed by American Customer Service - Our suitcase locks are specifically designed to withstand the rigors of airport baggage handling. We're so confident in the durability of our TSA locks that we'll replace any which are damaged. At Travoce we believe that customer service can make or break a company. Because of this, all of our customer service representatives are native English speakers living in the United States.
Know if You've Been Inspected - There's nothing worse than getting to your hotel after a long flight only to realize that the TSA misplaced an important item from your luggage during a baggage inspection. With our TSA lock's inspection indicator, you'll know right away if the TSA has gone through your luggage. This allows you to double check your belonging while you're still at the airport.
◆ Most People Are Honest but it Only Takes a Few Bad Apples to Ruin Your Day - The statistics on airport theft can be surprising. While most people at airports are simply trying to get from point A to point B, a relatively small number of thieves can end up stealing quite a few possessions. Take JFK international airport for example. An investigation in 2012 found that there are over 200 thefts at this airport every single day.
◆ Airline Compensation Doesn't Always Cut It - Many passengers assume that airlines will compensate them for any items which go missing during their trip. Unfortunately, this isn't always the case. Passengers with missing items valued over $150.00 have to show "provable loss" by providing a receipt. Do you have the original receipt for all of your valuable items such a jewelry or expensive suits?
◆ Some Things Can't be Replaced - My husband loves to take pictures when our family goes on vacation. He uses a portable hard drive to store these pictures when the storage card on his camera gets full. The cost of hard drive is small but the memories stored on it are priceless. There are many items we travel with that have a personal value to us that can't be replaced. The same can be said about work related information.
◆ Carry-on Luggage is No Exception - Most travelers put their high value items in their carry-on luggage. This carry-on luggage, whether it's a small suitcase or backpack, is especially vulnerable after arriving at your final destination. Will you be taking a crowded bus or subway to your hotel? Thieves know that people traveling from the airport to a hotel will likely have expensive goods in their backpacks or carry-on suitcases. It makes a great deal of sense to secure these bags with TSA approved luggage locks during the final leg of your trip.
Package Dimensions: 3.6 x 2.8 x 0.9 inches