Pelican 1506TSA Lock

BH #PEPLQ • MFR #1500-518-000
Pelican
Pelican 1506TSA Lock
Key Features
  • Fits All Pelican Cases
  • Meets TSA Specifications
  • Stainless Steel Hasp
The Pelican 1506TSA Lock is a 3 digit combination lock that is TSA approved. This allows the checked luggage to remain protected, because the TSA baggage screeners have special codes and tools which will unlock it. They relock the bag after inspection. While designed for Pelican cases, this lock obviously will work with many other cases. It has a stainless steel hasp that does not corrode.
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Pelican 1500-518-000 Overview

The Pelican 1506TSA Lock is a 3 digit combination lock that is TSA approved. This allows the checked luggage to remain protected, because the TSA baggage screeners have special codes and tools which will unlock it. They relock the bag after inspection. While designed for Pelican cases, this lock obviously will work with many other cases. It has a stainless steel hasp that does not corrode.

Three digit combination lock
TSA (Transport Security Administration) approved
Works with TSA Pass Key for worry free travel
Stainless steel hasp that does not corrode
Compatible with all Pelican cases
UPC: 019428044763

Pelican 1500-518-000 Specs

Weight5.28 oz (150g)
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.15 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)6.95 x 4.2 x 1.15"
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How do you reset the combo for the lock?
Asked by: Anonymous
First, turn the dials to the preset combination and align the numbers to the guide line. Then, Push the reset button with a pen (or other tool). Continue to hold until your desired numbers are set. (Do not let go of the button while setting the dials.) Lastly, Release the reset button. The lock is now set to your own combination.
Answered by: Alex S.
Date published: 2018-08-27

How does this Pelican lock compare to the similar ...

How does this Pelican lock compare to the similar Ruggard or SKB locks in terms of quality, strength, and ease of use?
Asked by: Derek
Very similar quality
Answered by: Shalom
Date published: 2020-09-09
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