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Travel Lock - TSA Approved Luggage Locks (2 PACK) - $12.70 + Delivery ($0 with Prime/ $39 Spend) @ Eze Travel Amazon AU

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Description
✅ AFFORDABLE 2-pack of black 100% TSA approved EZE Travel locks
✅ TSA APPROVED allows authorities to unlock and inspect the contents of your luggage and re-lock without damage. Never worry again about airport security cutting of your locks
✅ EASY TO SET 3-digit combination locks with 1000 possible combinations for you to choose from. Simple to use and read dials - No key required
✅ DURABLE ZINC ALLOY bodies makes this lock extremely strong for any beating during your travels with a design made to last
✅ FLEXIBLE AND SECURE steel cables are simple to thread through all types of zippers. This high quality 75mm cable manufactured to secure nearly any luggage, backpacks or cases on the market
✅ MULTIPLE USES suitable for travel, hostels or backpacking, indoor or outdoor use. Easily attached to a variety of items such as suitcases, backpacks, briefcases, handbags, gym and school lockers
✅ 100% LIFETIME WARRANTY or money back guarantee. Instructions on how to use your new EZE Travel locks come with every purchase

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Comments

  • +4 votes

    I’ve been watching the lock picking lawyer.
    Just going to leave my bags and house unlocked given everything is futile

    • +1 vote

      It's a TSA lock, there are millions of keys all over the world that open these things.

      It's a 3 digit code. Even a brute force approach of trying all the numbers would take minutes.

      These locks are only meant to stop casual crimes of opportunity / zippers accidentally sliding open letting things fall out.

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        That's true - they provide very little security. But if you're flying to the US, customs there will cut off any other lock that you use. So in the case where you're going through a US airport, they can be useful. Australian customs can also cut off locks, but I've personally never see that happen.

        In every other case, they're garbage.

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    Just compared to same locks purchased via Aldi a few months ago.
    Look almost identical. They were 2 for $10 at the time.

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    is it only the TSA that can open these locks or any airport?

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    TSA approved
    The TSA will cut these if they want access to your bag.
    They do not bother with keys.

    Australian customs also will just cut them.

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    Does anyone recommend locking of luggage bags when travelling overseas? Or no point these days?

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      Did you have a think about what possible answers might be before you asked that question? Because I think you already know the answer to that. ;)

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        Possible answers :)

        1. Yes
        2. No.
        3. No, but I do anyway
        4. No but I wish I did
        5. Yes but it was a waste of time
        6. Yes, and they successfully kept my drugs concealed
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          Ok now pick the answer with the least detrimental consequences in all circumstances and you are a winner