|Item Weight||5.1 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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- Suggested uses, school, employee, athletic, storage lockers; cabinets, for indoor use only
- Set-your-own combination convenience
- Resettable to allow for a personalized combination
- Steel shackle for strong cut resistance
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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.
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
Great for use in nanny states like ours where certain hardware is required to be kept in "locked" cases. Read morePublished 19 days ago by J. Welling
Lock worked great for the first few times, then would not open when I used the combination it was set to! Never had this happen before to any MasterLock I've bought. Read morePublished 1 month ago by D. Reale
Not a master lock so I'm not sure why it's advertised as one.Published 1 month ago by Silas Clippert
Very Poor Quality!! I followed the instructions for resetting the lock, which are standard for combination locks, and the lock will not open. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
This lock failed after using it only a few times. It would not unlock when the correct code was put in. I tried inputting it from all directions, nothing worked. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Scott
works great but the tumblers aren't as smooth as I had hoped forPublished 2 months ago by Michael L Schoenly
Literally fell apart as I was unlocking it my 4th time using it. Almost comical. Really unbelievable - it's practically brand new. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Mehdi