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TO OUR VALUED CUSTOMERS

We hope you and your families are managing to stay safe and well during these unusual and challenging times.
As a direct result of the Coronavirus pandemic, and the exceptional pressure placed upon domestic and international postal services, some of our customers may experience some delays with their orders.
We apologise for the inconvenience this may cause and thank you for your patience and understanding at this time.

 

TSA LOCK® EXPLAINED

What is TSA LOCK®?

International treaties require all luggage to be security screened before loading onto passenger airplanes. Baggage security inspections often require luggage to be opened to complete the search.

TSA LOCK® is a global security system which allows passengers to lock their luggage, while permitting security authorities to inspect them without damage.  The Transportation Security Administration (TSA), an agency of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, was the first security agency to use the system.

 

What does this mean for travellers?

When travelling to airports across the USA, Canada, Japan, Israel, Finland, Norway, Denmark, Czech Republic, Germany, Austria, Belgium, Netherlands, Switzerland, South Korea, New Zealand and soon other countries, security agencies are equipped with tools that allow them to open, inspect and re-lock any items of luggage secured with TSA LOCKS without damage. These locks can also be used for travel to all other countries.

 

How do I know if my padlock is TSA accepted?

Simply look for the ‘Red Diamond’. Every lock that carries the Travel Sentry® Approved mark is accepted by the TSA and other security agencies.

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