Changing the combo is super easy. Follow this step-by-step guide.
In the rare event that you accidentally removed the pen from button ‘B’ before fully setting the locks, take note of the numbers on the dial as that would be the new combination. Use that number in step 1 to change it again.
Yes, you can change the combo again and again! When you are ready to set a new one, have the lock set to the current combo (It will arrive defaulted at 0-0-0), then push the pin in, and change! As long as the current combo is in, you can change it to whatever you like.
Unfortunately, no. The locks are designed for you, and the TSA to have access. We cannot “break into your lock” as, if that were a possibility, a thief could do the same. It is a really good idea to keep your code somewhere safe. In a file in your computer or smartphone, or on a stickie in your jewelry box at home.
It is 2.2 OZ, or 62 Grams each
The lock's cable wire is approximately 8 cm or about 3 ½ inches, plus a little extra where it clicks into the unit.
The TSA has a master key that they can use to access your luggage, without knowing the combination. They can open your luggage, have a look, and re-lock it up, to be secure for the duration of your flight.
The TSA is supposed to enclose a notice in your luggage explaining when they have entered your property. We have seen this step being missed at times, but usually, they are pretty good about informing you.
TSA locks unfortunately sometimes do not make the journey. Here are some reasons why they could go missing.
We recommend setting the locks, in the middle, at the top by the handle, or on the top side where you have your pull handle. In this location, the locks will have less of a chance to get caught on the conveyor belt as it travels to your plane!
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