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Smith & Locke Aluminium Cylinder Steel open shackle Padlock (W)24.5mm, Pack of 2 £3 C&C at B&Q (more in OP)
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Smith & Locke Aluminium Cylinder Steel open shackle Padlock (W)24.5mm, Pack of 2 £3 C&C at B&Q (more in OP)

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Posted 27th FebEdited by:"DealDroid"

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These Smith & Locke cylinder aluminium padlocks can be used to keep your travel bags & luggage safe.

  • Number of keys included - 4
  • How to use - Luggage & bags

Features and benefits
  • Unhardened steel shackle
  • Shackle material: Steel
  • 4

Also reduced to £3

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They dont have a TSA mark, chances are you'd end up arriving with no padlocks on your cases
nanlik27/02/2020 12:36

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finalnd, austria, japan israel and a few other countries also require them
nanlik27/02/2020 12:46

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Is the UK also included? Otherwise, regardless of your destination, you could still get your padlock snipped before departure or on your return.
nanlik27/02/2020 12:46

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well guess your not european countries comment was a bit wrong then :P
there's not really any good travel padlock the only security they offer is to the owner of the case.At best they hold the zip together
nanlik27/02/2020 12:46

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No such thing as a decent TSA lock. Apart from how weak they are, you can just buy yourself a set of TSA keys that will open the cheapest to the most expensive TSA approved locks. You only need them if you don't want someone to know you've opened their case. If you're just interested in the contents, then a pen will do the trick
I just use zip ties. Discourages unauthorised tampering or accidental opening in transit but can be snipped off without damaging the luggage if authorities need a look. Never had them snipped though. If anyone really wants to open your luggage they'll just put a knife through it anyway. Don't put valuables in hold luggage!
Besford28/02/2020 11:19

I just use zip ties. Discourages unauthorised tampering or accidental …I just use zip ties. Discourages unauthorised tampering or accidental opening in transit but can be snipped off without damaging the luggage if authorities need a look. Never had them snipped though. If anyone really wants to open your luggage they'll just put a knife through it anyway. Don't put valuables in hold luggage!


Good advice... you can open a zipped up case with a biro pen and re-zip and no one would ever know... fitting a lock is a pointless excercise. Just don't ever put anything valuable in a checked luggage case.

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Edited by: "spannerzone" 29th Feb
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