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Master Lock 4689T Keyed TSA Accepted Luggage Lock, 2 Pack - $4.00 at Amazon + FS with Prime

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Amazon [amazon.com] has the Master Lock 4689T Keyed TSA Accepted Luggage Lock, 2 Pack for $4.00 + FS with Prime

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Only the turquoise one is $4.

Edit: Correction: The color you will get is "randomly selected at shipment"
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Only the turquoise one is $4.
I think the colors are random
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I think the colors are random
You're right. on one of the pictures it says "randomly selected at shipment". Hopefully don't get a pink one.
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THANK YOU OP, Appreciate the Heads Up.....
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not a troll but does anyone still use locks anymore post 9/11? I stopped using them, and it's not like you can trust TSA/baggage handlers.
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not a troll but does anyone still use locks anymore post 9/11? I stopped using them, and it's not like you can trust TSA/baggage handlers.
I was thinking the same thing. Maybe for international travel
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I'm so bad with keys ... or else this looks like a great deal, thanks!

In terms of actual security ... I doubt these would hold up to people who really have the intent on stealing your stuff anyways. I mean why even cut the lock when you can cut through the fabric on the luggage ... or even break the plastic body as well.

But ... with some locks at least I know they actually did go through my stuff so I can check for certain valuables. I don't know if this one supports that, but I found that handy. Often I get a nice paper notice inside the luggage but not always.

The colors are nice ... may help differentiate your bag if its very generic Smilie
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Same price at Walmart https://www.walmart.com/ip/Master-Lock-Padlock-4689T-1in-25mm-Wide-TSA-Accepted-Luggage-Lock-with-Sh... [walmart.com]

Edit: Out of stock at Walmart and unable to add to cart on Amazon.
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Zip ties are cheaper and just as secure -- if not more secure -- than these. TSA is supposed to replace cut zip ties, but you'll want to throw extras in one of the pockets, anyway.

If your thief is carrying snips and extra zip ties so he can make it look like he didn't break into your luggage, this lock won't slow him down much. You can open the zipper with a pen. Also, locks frequently get ripped off by the baggage conveyors.
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Zip ties are cheaper and just as secure -- if not more secure -- than these. TSA is supposed to replace cut zip ties, but you'll want to throw extras in one of the pockets, anyway.

If your thief is carrying snips and extra zip ties so he can make it look like he didn't break into your luggage, this lock won't slow him down much. You can open the zipper with a pen. Also, locks frequently get ripped off by the baggage conveyors.
Well not just for TSA but if you leave your luggage in hotel storage area before your room is ready. A small lock on there won't stop a determined thief but a lock might prevent a crime of opportunity by hotel staff.
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Well not just for TSA but if you leave your luggage in hotel storage area before your room is ready. A small lock on there won't stop a determined thief but a lock might prevent a crime of opportunity by hotel staff.
But so will a zip tie.

I lived in Alaska for a couple of years. During the winter, you have to keep an engine block and battery warmer plugged in so they don't freeze and the car will still start. I would have to leave for 2 weeks at a time every couple of months, and I would sometimes return to the hotel to find my car unplugged and the battery dead, causing me to have to get towed and have the battery replaced. So, I started zip-tying the cord to the car and the outlet and letting the hotel staff know there were snips in the glove box in case they had to move my car. It would have been easy to cut the zip ties with a knife, and nearly everyone carried a knife. But just being a little harder than the next guy to unplug was enough to make it stop happening.
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