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TSA Luggage Locks for Suitcases with Combo Lock
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TSA Luggage Locks for Suitcases with Combo Lock

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Experience ultimate security with Lewis N Clark Triple Security Lock. This TSA-approved luggage lock is perfect for securing suitcases, carry-ons, laptop bags, and more. Customize your combination to create a secure padlock ideal for travel, vacation, business trips, or backpacking adventures. Ensure your belongings are safe with our durable and reliable lock.

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Manufacturer: ‎Lewis N. Clark

Variants: 1 Pack Black, 2 Pack Black, 1 Pack Purple, 1 Pack Blue

Dimensions: ‎6 x 2 x 6 inches

Weight: ‎3.84 ounces

Brand: Lewis N. Clark

Special Feature: Resettable

Lock Type: Combination Lock

Item Dimensions LxWxH: 6 x 2 x 6 inches

Material: Abs,Plastic,Steel,Zinc

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August 23, 2023
5out of 5
This is a great travel lock. One can lock their luggage with one side and lock it on to another secure apparatus with the other end. A must have for traveling. I like it a lot.
September 02, 2023
4out of 5
Don’t automatically toss the little red plastic thingy – you’ll need it to set the lock.(I did, and had to dig through the trash to retrieve it.) The lock seems sturdy enough, but takes too much time to sort out. Good for travel or anywhere you really need to secure something temporarily. Note that neither of the wires extends so what you see is what you’ll get.
June 20, 2023
5out of 5
Easy use and good deterring
September 10, 2022
5out of 5
Seem to work good. Will monitor for sturdiness. Will need to be careful that I don’t put it in a place where it could be used as a grab strap. Seems like it would break.
I like the idea you can attach the lock to your bag at one end and a piece of furniture, like a lounger at the pool.
I was rather disappointed, as I'm in the middle of a trip overseas and was hoping to be able to contact the vendor without writing a review, to see if the problem can be corrected. Unfortunately, it does not appear that Amazon offers this service, so I am reduced to writing this review. I have been traveling for about 5 weeks and the three locks that I purchased were working perfectly until today, on a trip where I had just taken two of them along. I was flying from Munich to Barcelona and was asked by security to open my carry on case, which was locked. I was able to unlock it, and lock one of the loops, but the other loop would not lock. When I arrived in Barcelona, got my luggage and went to the Tourist Office at the airport, I had to open my carry on as my hotel information was locked inside. Though I had the correct combination, the lock would not open. The Tourist Office then sent me to Customs, which directed me to another Terminal, where no one could help, and I finally returned to the original terminal and went to the Air Berlin Information Desk for help. He informed me that if I had known the lock was defective BEFORE I came through the arrivals gate, one of the personnel there could have opened it; but once through the arrivals gate, you can not go back. I explained my desperate need, as I had been running around for over an hour and did not even have the address of my guest house, as it was locked inside the case. The man was good enough to offer to cut the lock - which he did, surprisingly with an ordinary pair of scissors. Now I am torn about using the remaining two locks, wondering if they will fail and again leave me running around strange airports for hours. . I left one lock behind in the Munich apartment where I am staying and am left with only one working lock - and the fear that the combination will fail again. I will have to buy another lock on the market here. This is extremely disappointing and has colored my view of these locks - ordinary travel and after 5 weeks one suddenly doesn't work? I had read a review of someone who had this same experience, but not in the middle of a trip. I am both disappointed in the failure of the lock and then concerned that an ordinary pair of scissors can cut through the wire loop. I would appreciate hearing from the vendor about this. UPDATE: 16 days later and on a Sunday, I'm getting ready to fly again on Monday. The second of the three locks has now failed. It won't lock on one side, and following the lead of the first failed lock, it will completely fail. So here I am on a Sunday and flying out in the morning and another failed locked. 67% failure rate and it looks like I'll have to replace all three before this trip is done.
September 28, 2023
5out of 5
It takes a bit to figure out how it all works but I have been happy with it since doing so. It would be much better if it had four dials instead of three!
These locks are your best bet to keep someone from sticking a sharp object into your luggage ziper and opening it up to take what they want without any one seeing any thing happened until SURPRISE! you open you luggage to see your valuables are missing. To use these correctly, you need to put one side through the zipper holes as they meet together, and the other side through the handle of the luggage so the zippers can't be moved. They are the best I've found for this purpose. HOWEVER: it is easy to mess up the locking mechanism if you accidently re-set the combo when you are using the lock to open it. Pay close attention to what you are doing with the cable that has the red dot on it. You might unknowingly re-set the lock to a different combo. We had to cut one of the locks off of our luggage when my husband did this.