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Topic # 195268 12-Apr-2016 21:02
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$25 each or 2 for $45 with FREE COURIERPOST NATIONWIDE TRACKED SHIPPING (non signature). 




The Rolls Royce of travel luggage combination locks, imported from America and not available anywhere in NZ.


Featuring a TSA security key lock which allows customs authorities in USA, UK and EU countries to access your luggage (their legal right) without breaking your locks (not their problem, if they want in, they'll just cut it off, it's happened to me twice).


Unlike any other TSA compatible locks though, the Kolumbo will show you if your lock has been opened by authorities through the addition of "Open Alert" - a clever pop-up mechanism that activates when opened with a TSA key but can't be reset without your own private lock combination.


The Kolumbo TravelSafe also requires the customs official to relock the lock after opening it, otherwise, their TSA key will not come out of the mechanism.


Next, Kolumbo uses the best locking mechanism in the industry which is very difficult to pick, even by professionals. Most luggage locks are embarrassingly easy to open - not this one!!


Finally, if you're still not sure, Kolumbo offer a 100% Lifetime Guarantee - If for any Reason, You Don't Absolutely Love Your Kolumbo TSA Lock, Just Return It to Kolumbo in the US and they'll Refund Every Penny (Or Replace It, If There Is A Problem).


So If you want the greatest peace of mind that a combination luggage lock can provide you with, the Kolumbo™ TSA TravelSafe® Luggage Lock is for you.

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  Reply # 1531076 12-Apr-2016 21:02
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Hey, have you listed a price, location and how much shipping would be to other parts of New Zealand? Also if you are asking for a PM make sure your Privacy settings allow your account to receive PM otherwise people can't contact you. Also note if you are selling something we ask you to offer to other members first. Links to private sales (including Trade Me posts) aren't accepted anymore and will be removed.

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