FAQ

What is a TSA Lock?

Travel with ultimate security and extra protection for your personal belongings.The TSA system is officially
recognised and trusted by international airports and security.

In random checks TSA staff will have to open your baggage as part of the security screening process. If your bag is unlocked,
then our officer will simply open and screen the baggage if any item alarms.

However, if you decide to lock your checked baggage and TSA cannot open it through other means, then the locks may have to be cut.
If you luggage was checked the general practice is to leave a notice in your suitcase informing you that your bag was inspected.


Setting up your TSA Lock

1. Firstly please note the original number on the lock is 0-0-0

2. Press the reset button (with a pen) located on the side of the lock

3.Enter your favourite 3 digit combination by turning the dials.

4.Push or pull the tab to activate and set your lock combination.

5. Your lock is now set.

6.Remember your combination or store a copy of it in a safe place