|Item Weight||5 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3 x 1 x 6 inches|
|Item model number||627D|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||Limited Warranty|
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Master Lock 627D Brass Luggage Padlock, Set Your Own Combination, 1-3/16-inch
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Setting them was very easy, and I didn't run in to any of the issues others have reported on any of the 5 locks I purchased.
I've also added a photo to show the size of the lock in context with a standard handgun case, since I had a hard time visualizing the size of the locks using the stock photos Amazon uses... the shackle is just about the perfect size to fit through the typical 1/4" hole on most plastic cases.
The three star is for the description which said "luggage" padlock--it is way too heavy for normal luggage. These locks are better suited for storage sheds, doors, equipment bins, etc., anything that does not have to be carried about often. The three stars is for the description that is not compatible for the advertised use. For luggages, I only need something as a quick deterrent and to prevent zippers from flaying apart. This lock would attract more attention and curiosity causing one to wonder "What is in that luggage that requires such protection?" which may lead to my luggage being sliced open in pursue of the answer. I do not recommend this lock for luggage.
Why isn't TSA good? If you look at most TSA luggage locks - they all use the same key - and that key is very easy to get (cheap TSA key locks often use the same key as the TSA key for one thing). So "TSA Locks" usually means that *anybody* can open your luggage. So TSA locks are generally worse than zip ties (my favorite - who's got zip-ties to replace ones they cut? Mostly nobody).
So I like these. And if TSA wants to cut them they can - and often do anyway even for TSA locks - but I feel more secure.
Usual caveats apply - with some diligence you can pick these - as indeed I had to do once per my note below - but it does take time and practice (which on travel is sometimes dictated by need)
The one complaint is that resetting/changing the combination is accomplished by a *small* turn of the hasp with a *small* depression/pressure on the hasp. Easy enough eh? Well - too easy. In fact, I once accidentally changed the combination by just normal handling of the lock while accessing a backpack at Jambo. Didn't notice it until I next tried to get into it! So I had to pick it. Took about half hour - and that was figuring the new combo was "close" to the old one and trying fewer sets.
Lastly - do check size. These aren't the super tiny ones - and as such a bit heavier (would be heavy for a purse) - and also the shank is a bit bigger. I had to slightly open the zipper pull holes on a Jambo bag to get the hasp to fix. Well worth it.
All in all these are the best value for decent security for bags while traveling.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I ordered 3 BRINKS lockpads and I got 3 lockpads from another brand. It looks like Brinks. I still need to test them. Read morePublished 23 hours ago by Elena Lomeli
The loop will come all the way out when setting the combination. Easy to use and set.Published 7 days ago by Daniel L. Sherfy
Very nice. Feels like quality although that is a little on the heavy side.Published 13 days ago by Leslie
I was looking for a lock for my tool box that was not too bulky but also not too dainty. This is a perfect product to keep any wandering hands out and simple enough I don't have... Read morePublished 1 month ago by mrichards3484
Light weight and never gave me a hard time to set it up. It really works for me. I use this for my locker and for my luggage bag.Published 3 months ago by Daphne