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Wanted TSA Locks for going to America £2.00

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7y, 9m agoPosted 7 years, 9 months agoFeedback:77 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
I am looking for 4 of the TSA padlocks / Combination locks that are recommended for travelling to the USA.

I can get them off of a famous auction site for just over £2 each plus p&p, but concerned they might not arrive in time as I need them for the start of next week (totally forgot).

Thought I'd try here as surely someone must have bought some from the couple of cheap expired deals before.
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alictait Avatar
7y, 9m agoPosted 7 years, 9 months agoFeedback:77 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
I'm not suspended (well that I know of), seems to be a few people like that just now for some reason ?
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as a reguar traveller to the us,most airports now are making you leave cases unlocked wether you have TSA locks or not,I had TSA locks on and were made to take them off in Washington in Feb and Boston a few weeks ago
#3
boothy
as a reguar traveller to the us,most airports now are making you leave cases unlocked wether you have TSA locks or not,I had TSA locks on and were made to take them off in Washington in Feb and Boston a few weeks ago


We had debated just doing this, cause really how much protection do these silly wee locks provide anyhow. Its just because we are going on 3 different flights and thought they may give a little more protection.

Thanks for advice though. +rep

Ali
1 Like #4
I just use cable ties to secure the suitcase. You can then easily tell if anybody has opened the case, and if it has been opened then take a few moments to examine the contents to ensure nothing is missing whilst still at the airport. Take some spare ones with you for the return journey, also try and buy a coloured one.
#5
melipona
I just use cable ties to secure the suitcase. You can then easily tell if anybody has opened the case, and if it has been opened then take a few moments to examine the contents to ensure nothing is missing whilst still at the airport. Take some spare ones with you for the return journey, also try and buy a coloured one.


Not a bad idea, not sure whether the authorities would like it though, however would be a better option than the non TSA locks though.

Thanks :thumbsup:
#6
melipona
I just use cable ties to secure the suitcase. You can then easily tell if anybody has opened the case, and if it has been opened then take a few moments to examine the contents to ensure nothing is missing whilst still at the airport. Take some spare ones with you for the return journey, also try and buy a coloured one.



I find using the zip on the case the easiest way to secure the case.
#7
Chiptivo
I find using the zip on the case the easiest way to secure the case.


Hadn't thought about that !:)
#8
Bump before I go with the cable tie option !!
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