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Pretty sure there's very few "words" you can come up with to use with this lock. If your using an actual real word, it'll probably be pretty easy to guess
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Pretty sure there's very few "words" you can come up with to use with this lock. If your using an actual real word, it'll probably be pretty easy to guess
I hope you can spell "OPEN" or "FREE" or "TAKE"
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I hope you can spell "OPEN" or "FREE" or "TAKE"
Not sure wtf your talking about, but those aren't even words you can choose, which is my point...
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Not sure wtf your talking about, but those aren't even words you can choose, which is my point...
it was a joke. nvm
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These are not for any sort of security, fwiw. Their best function is just to prevent the zippers from opening during handling.

TSA keys are all in the public domain. You can purchase them, or even print them. Any idiot with lockpicks can pop these open, too. I accidentally opened one by putting the tools in.

And you can bypass the zipper pulls entirely, just by poking the zipper with a pen.

Again - I've used TSA locks so the zippers don't slide open on a trip. But please don't imagine you've protected your luggage contents against theft.
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TSA seems to cut my TSA approved locks a majority of the time.
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Can it be used outside? Like for as a gate lock?
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Can it be used outside? Like for as a gate lock?
Probably could, but this wouldn't be the best lock for that and the diameter of what you're locking might not work as this was designed for luggage. It is also not built to really withstand the elements of being outside.
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Can it be used outside? Like for as a gate lock?
No this is a terrible lock to be used for security. The shackle is laughable and anyone can 3D print the master keys for these. Get a real lock for your gate.
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My word will be 'open' and stay like this such that TSA won't try to cut it Smilie
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From the people who brought gummies to adult vitamins and OTC medications, because if its not dumbed down to a preschool level, it's just too hard.

But let's all just chuckle to some insipid quip about "adulting" and declare ourselves fit to exist.
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TSA seems to cut my TSA approved locks a majority of the time.
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bastards never cut mine but searched luggage whenever i had a few cans of sardines or other canned sea food. before i discovered TSA locks i used zip ties. That was long ago. If you use zip ties does TSA still replace them with their ties?
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OOS now
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I like these for creating Escape Room in class. Part of the locks holding clues.
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