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Baggage Guard Seals
Free Sample Available
You've seen the magazine expos shows where
airline employees break into luggage and take whatever they want.
But your luggage may not be safe waiting in a hotel lobby or on a
pier before it's loaded onto a cruise ship. For your protection,
we want to introduce you to the Baggage Guard seal, the pre-
numbered, one-time use plastic padlock that can only be removed
by breaking it.
Once removed, Baggage Guard cannot be reinstalled. As
long as a Baggage Guard seal remains in place, you're assured
that no one opened your luggage. Plus, its bright color and
unique number helps you instantly identify your suitcase as it
travels around the baggage carousel.
The Baggage Guard installs easily and quickly after
your luggage has been packed. Just pass the wire hasp through
both eyes holes of your zipper pull. Reinsert the hasp into the
Baggage Guard seal and push it as far as it will go. Record the
seal number and store it in a safe place and you're ready to
The Baggage Guard is equally easy to remove. Grasp the
right and left halves of the plastic body in each hand. Pull one
side toward you and push the other side away until the plastic
body splits. Twist the wire hasp until it breaks at its scoring
Traditional luggage locks can be opened and reclosed,
so you don't know whether anyone has opened your bag until you
find something missing, maybe days later.
Here's what newspapers are saying about Baggage Guard
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel -- "Baggage Guard seals
have the answer."
St. Louis Post Dispatch -- "Makes
Peace of mind costs very little. To order Baggage Guard Seals or for a free sample, go to the Products & Publications