Sunday, December 4th, 2016

Travel: Safe Skies TSA Luggage Locks

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Planning a trip soon? If you’re going use locks with your luggage than use Safe Skies TSA Luggage Locks. They come in colorful designs that Tweens and small kids would like.

Patented accepted and recognized by both the United States Transportation Security Administration (TSA) and Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs of the United Kingdom, Safe Skies’ luggage locks display the proprietary torch symbol, allowing baggage screeners to easily identify it, open it, inspect and re-lock your luggage.

“While completely eliminating luggage theft is nearly impossible, using a TSA accepted and recognized luggage lock can enhance security and prevent theft,” stated David Tropp, Founder of Safe Skies.  “Safe Skies understands the needs of the modern traveler and provides the largest selection of TSA accepted locks to meet individual needs and demands.”

TSA Accepted Padlocks – Compact, rust-proof TSA approved padlocks in traditional brass and eye catching colors available in single and double packs ($8.95 – $14.95)

TSA Accepted Combination Locks – Assortment of uniquely designed and patterned three or four dial combination locks available in ultra lightweight, standard and heavy duty ($9.99 – $18.99)

TSA Accepted Cable Locks – Flexible cable loop protected by a soft touch silicone finish makes it ideal for securing zipper compartments ($14.99)

TSA Accepted Luggage Straps – Three dial combination lock married with an extended heavy duty luggage strap to protect from the smallest carry-on to the largest suitcase from accidental opening ($20.95)

All Safe Skies TSA Luggage Locks come with a lifetime warranty and a hassle-free replacement policy in case your lock is clipped by mistake.  For more information about Safe Skies, please visit www.SafeSkiesLocks.com.

Check out the following infographic and read this site on extensive and ongoing air traffic controller training and heightened safety measures for more eye-opening facts about airline travel.

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(Source: onlineuniversities.net)

Comments

One Response to “Travel: Safe Skies TSA Luggage Locks”
  1. SSSS For Some Reason says:

    Cool locks!

    How do they prevent theft when it is most likely the TSA doing the stealing?

    I have luggage straps around my bags, and haven’t lost a single thing. My wife had these TSA locks and is missing way more than I could list here…. including the TSA lock.