Ingenious SearchAlert™ Combo Locks let you know instantly if your luggage has been inspected. These handy three-dial resettable combo locks may be opened by airport security (using secured tools) to inspect your bags, and re-locked for their onward journey. And the unique security window on these locks changes color from green to red if the locks have been opened out of your presence by the TSA (or anyone else!). Two locks per order. (2½" tall; 5 oz/pr)
You can have your order wrapped in a reusable dark gray gift bag, tied with a ribbon. $6.00 each gift bag. Select the "Gift Bag" option during checkout.
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Care InstructionsWipe with cloth
More InformationProduct Features:
- Airport luggage & case security
- TSA recognized and accepted
- Opened lock warning
- Patented security window
- Prevents surreptitious entry
- Red window - lock opened
- Green window - lock not opened
- 1,000 resettable combinations - no keys to carry
- Regular and heavy duty shackles
- Travel Sentry approved
Materials: Zinc Die-cast, Steel and Brass
Dimensions: 2½ x 1 x ½"
Weight: 2 oz
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Product Typetsa accepted four dial combo travel luggage locks
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By Linda P., Baton Rouge, LA in March, 2011
These are far the best alert locks we have found!
By Gail g., Minocqua, WI in February, 2011
The locks work great and I also use them in the hotel room on my luggage when I leave the room. Then I know for sure everything will be there when I get back to the room.
By Luke F., Normal, IL in July, 2010
Offers security and peace of mind
Though small, these locks are strong and durable. I only used them once; nobody from TSA searched our luggage because the indicator was still green. I had no worries about anything being stolen. I will order more.
By S M., Houston, TX in May, 2010
These locks are so great the TSA people have kept quite a few of ours! I finally started writing our last name on the lock to hopefully insure that we get our locks back. It's happened on several occasions - we love the locks they work great!
By Virginia N., Lynd, MN in April, 2010
Broken zipper pulls
We have used these and similar lock since they became available and had no prblems until we went to Spain last year. On our return flight out of Madrid TSA broke the zipper pull rather than open the lock. They also opened and failed to close a bottle of nail polish--what a mess. BTW, your bag is not ruined if a zipper pull is broken. Go online with your bag manufacturer and search for parts. TravelPro will send replacement parts free.
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