Save Your Suitcase With a TSA Lock

Save Your Suitcase With a TSA Lock

Locking your luggage is a great deterrent to would-be thieves, but if you’re travelling to the USA or Canada, you’ll need to use a special type of lock to secure your bag – otherwise the TSA or CATSA can and will cut it off or even break open your checked baggage if it needs to be examined. You won’t be paged or given the chance to hand over your key or combination: you’ll only find out at the other end, so here’s what you need to know to keep your bag in one piece, even if it’s selected for a closer inspection.
TSA-friendly locks: Travel Sentry, Safe Skies
Specially-designed padlocks and built-in luggage locking mechanisms allow travellers to secure their possessions while also permitting the TSA to open the bag – these are known as Travel Sentry and Safe Skies locks…

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