2 thoughts on “Acrodo TSA Approved All Metal Global Travel Luggage Lock 2 Pack, with Search Alert appear Indicator and Padlock Combination, for Suitcase and Baggage

  1. lorimaile
    15 of 16 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    nice travel locks, once you figure out how they work, April 6, 2016
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    This review is from: Acrodo TSA Lock – All Metal Combination Padlock with Inspection Alert – Best Luggage Lock for Travel – All Steel Construction, Environmentally Friendly, TSA Approved Suitcase Lock +
    I used these locks for the first time last week, and they did a great job. They are solid and sturdy and stayed closed, which is all I really want from a travel lock: to keep the zipper from opening during handling.

    My only quibble is that *nowhere* in the instructions or videos or other information does it explain how to close and lock the locks. There is no hole into which the shackle engages, which led me to believe I had received a defective set. After several frustrating attempts to deal with customer service, I figured out that to get the lock to engage, you have to move the combination wheels to something other than the combination you set. It’s a magnetic lock, not a mechanical lock, so it’s not meant to “click” at all. But this is not mentioned *anywhere*, and I had never encountered this type of lock before, so it was quite frustrating until I figured it out.

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  2. Amazon Customer
    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Last TSA Safe Lock You’ll Ever Need, September 12, 2015
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    This is a nice lock. However, what’s to prevent a TSA agent from opening up the lock, then resetting it themselves? By the way, I paid full fare for this lock and it is a quality item!

    UPDATED: I really like this lock a lot! It is sturdy and as advertised – the “red” popped open on a recent trip – to indicate a TSA “visit” It makes sense that a TSA agent wouldn’t necessarily know how to reset the lock or even care to reset the “red pop out”

    This is the last bag lock you’ll ever need in my opinion!

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