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This black Prosafe 750 TSA-Accepted Key-Card Lock from Pacsafe is a key-card padlock that is made of zinc alloy and features a hardened-steel shackle. The shackle on this lock is designed to fit between the shackle holes of two adjoining zipper pull tabs for a single pocket or compartment on a bag or piece of luggage. Securing two such pull tabs together prevents their sliders from being able to open the zipper chain, keeping items within the bag or luggage secure. Hard clamshell cases whose top and bottom each have aligned shackle holes that together accommodate the shackle of a Prosafe 750 TSA-Accepted Key-Card Lock can also benefit from the increased security it provides.
Instead of a typical blade and bow key, the Prosafe 750 TSA-Accepted Key-Card Lock is opened with one of two included mechanical holecard keys. The lock has a slot that corresponds to either of the corners on each key card with a punched hole pattern. These key cards are the same size as a credit card and can be conveniently stored in one's wallet while eliminating the need to remember a lock's combination. It is recommended to note the key-card code stamped on the included key cards in order to be able to obtain spare or replacement key cards from the manufacturer.
When subject to the security process at an airport, it may be necessary for security agents to inspect the contents of a bag or luggage. To access the contents of a locked bag or luggage, security agents are permitted to cut or break a lock unless they are able to otherwise open it. To prevent your security from being compromised outside of a required inspection, this Prosafe 750 TSA-Accepted Key-Card Lock has the ability to be opened and relocked by a legitimate Transport Security Administration (TSA), Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs (HMRC), or Canadian Air Transportation Security Authority (CATSA) officer's master key.