Do you lock your luggage when you travel? I do and I use the Sureina 3 Digit combination lock. You need to remember only 3 digits (0-9) for the combination padlock to work. There are no keys to misplace and best of all TSA agents can easily open and lock the luggage without damaging you luggage and/or the lock.
est of all TSA agents have a special key that they use to open these locks and they cannot remove the key unless they lock the padlock again. This means that as long as the lock is properly attached to the luggage it is safe from thieves. Unless of course someone runs of with the whole piece of luggage.
The padlock is constructed of zinc alloy with a steel shackle and plastic cover. The digits are easy to see and rotate and the whole lock is very well made. I actually have two of these locks and during my month long track through Europe had one attached to my carryon and the other to close the zipper to my backpack. I liked knowing that no one could unzip the pack while I was standing in crowded subways or in ticket lines. Yet, whenever I needed to get to the interior, without having to fumble for keys, a quick twist of three number let me get quickly retrieve whatever was in the bag.
The locking hook swivels nicely and has enough play room to allow looping through zipper tags. The lock makes a small click sound when it is closed.
The instruction to set your TSA Approved Combination Padlock are really easy:
The original number is 0-0-0. To set your own combination, please follow these easy steps:
1. Pull up the shackle to open the lock
2. Rotate the shackle 90° counterclockwise and press all the way down . Hold down and continue to turn another 90° counterclockwise
3. Set your own combination by turning dials.
4. Turn the shackle back as normal. Then the setting is completed.
To reset a new combination, please repeat step 1 to 4 above. Just remember your new combination and you are good to go.
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