Durable Small Travel Bag Code Lock

Durable Small Travel Bag Code Lock

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Worry about your luggage ever? Now you can lock your luggage with confidence. Durable metal body withstands abuse. 3 chrome-plated set-your-own dials. Anti Theft Lock features a high-tech silver finish with colorful, soft-touch bottom and side grips. Quick Read Combo side window for easy viewing. Hardened steel shackle for extra cut resistance. The Anti Theft Lock has diffrent colours,such as pink,blue,white,lily orange. Travel with the Code Lock,your journey will more wonderful. While in transit and allows airport security to open the lock without destroying it and relock it after inspection. This Security Lock is a great combination with the zipper of trolley case/bag/backpack/door & etc.This Travel Lock is Great for all general purpose applications at school, at home or in the office. What are you waiting for? ## Product Description Specification Buying Guide Return Policies Specifications: Quick read combo side window for easy viewing The form of the Anti Theft Lock is small Travel Bag Modern design features a high-tech silver finish with colorful, soft-touch bottom and side grips The Anti Theft Lock has diffrent colours Size:4.5 x 4 x 1cm/1.8 x1.6 x 0.4in(L x W X H) Details: Protect your backpack and luggage with aAnti Theft Lock that lets you set your own combination This Security Lock isa great combination with the zipper of trolley case/bag/backpack/door & etc This Travel Lock is Great for all general purpose applications at school, at home or in the office How Luggage Security Locks Work: TSA-recognized luggage security locks have a special symbol easily identified by TSA officials. Even though baggage is usually screened electronically, in the event that a TSA official needs to open your bag, once he sees the easily recognizable sign, he is able to open the lock using a master key without damaging your lock or your bag. The manufacturers of these locks have worked with the TSA on this. Most of the locks (padlocks, cable locks or luggage straps) are combination locks but also have key slots. The combination portion allows you to use the lock while TSA officials can insert their master keys into the key slot and open your bag if need be How to Change a Luggage Lock Combination: Unlatch the luggage lock. It will come from the factory with a preprogrammed combination. This is usually something simple like 0-0-0-0, 1-1-1-1, or 1-2-3-4. If the lock does not open, look around for a piece of paper from the manufacturer revealing the combination. If you can't find one, contact the manufacturer and ask what their default code is Prepare the lock for a new combination. On an attached lock on a piece of luggage, you do this by pushing the unlatch button all the way open until it can't go any farther, then holding it. You do it on a portable luggage lock by turning the locking hook so that it is pointing away from the hole and pushing the hook down into the lock Decide what your new luggage lock combination will be. Make sure that it is something you will remember. Avoid sequential numbers like 5-6-7-8, or repeating numbers like 5-5-5-5 Dial up the new combination on your luggage lock. Make sure that the numbers line up on the line or in the window. It is a common mistake to be looking in the wrong place when dialing up the numbers Undo the lock mechanism. On an attached lock on a piece of luggage, you do this by simply letting go of the latch button. On a portable luggage lock you pull the lock hook up and turn it around so it lines up with the hole again Use the luggage lock. The new combination is set How to Reset a Luggage Lock: TSA-approved Lock: Look for a red line on your luggage lock. Set all three or four dials on your combination luggage lock to zero so that only zero lines up with the red mark. Many manufacturers preset their locks to zero in every position when they leave the factory. Even if your lock is not a TSA-approved lock, try this method to reset your luggage lock Pull up the shackle and turn it 90 degrees to the right or left and press and hold down the shackle firmly While holding down the lock, set your new combination so that it aligns with the red mark. After you have your new combination lined up, release the shackle and pull it up completely Test your new combination by pressing the shackle back into place and turning one of the numbers to a different position. Attempt to pull up the shackle. It should not open. Move the number back so that your new combination shows along the red mark. Pull up the shackle. It should release, allowing you to unlock it TSA-approved Cable Lock: Align the dials on the front of your cable lock to read all zeros, as many manufacturers preset their locks to zero Move one of the cable ends to the middle of the lock and pull upward, unlocking the cable lock Look on the bottom of the lock for a small metal button. Use a pen head to depress the button. Hold down the button while you select your new combination. When you have finished setting your new combination, release the small button on the bottom of the lock Test your new combination by pressing the released end of the cable lock back into the middle of the lock and sliding it over to the side. Move one of the numbers to a different position. Attempt to open the lock. It should not open. Return the number to its original position so that your new combination shows. Attempt to open the lock. It should slide open Package Included: 1 x Code Lock