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The silver, Prosafe 800 TSA-Accepted 3-Dial Cable Lock from Pacsafe is a multiple-dial padlock made of zinc alloy that closes with a flexible high-tensile stainless steel cable instead of a rigid shackle. That cable is designed to fit between the holes of two adjoining zipper pull tabs for a single pocket or compartment on a bag or piece of luggage that are designed for a typical luggage padlock shackle. 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 this Prosafe 800 TSA-Accepted 3-Dial Cable Lock's cable can also benefit from the increased security it provides.
The combination for this lock can be set and changed by its owner and a release button that opens the lock after the correct combination is entered is built in.
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 800 TSA-Accepted 3-Dial Cable 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.
This lock's cable feature can make it easier for some users to install or remove the Prosafe 800 TSA-Accepted 3-Dial Cable Lock by eliminating the need to turn the entire lock in the direction of a rigid shackle during installation or removal.