We’ve had a brief look at some of the best choices when it comes to the locks, now it’s time to take a look at each one in more depth.
If you travel across the world, especially in North American, you’ll need to show security the contents of your luggage. Many countries will use an X-ray scanner to do this, but a manual search may still be required.
In the USA, the TSA agents will simply cut the lock on your bag open, rendering it useless, if it isn’t TSA approved. TSA approved luggage locks will enable them to unlock it using a key, saving your lock from being destroyed.
There are a few things to think about before buying a luggage lock. You may have some of your own questions that need answering. Hopefully, with the information given below, you’ll be able to choose the best luggage lock for your own circumstances.