- Excess baggage
- Tote boxes
- A tear-off tab acts as a serial number receipt to allow the user to keep the unique serial numbers for reference instead of recording it in a logbook
- A side tear-off is incorporated into the seal's body to allow users to remove the seal by hand - no tools necessary, as cutting tools are usually prohibited on flights
- A stopper is incorporated in the stem to prevent over-tightening of the seal, a common mistake of inexperienced users of seals which can result in increased stress on the zipper heads as well as unintended breaking of the seal
- Standard retail packaging consists of 10 LuggageLock™ seals in a resealable pack with an insert liner containing usage instructions
- Unpackaged LuggageLock™ come in a box of 1000 seals, for industrial or repackaging purposes
- Also available is a specially designed wire-frame counter-top stand for point-of-sale use fits approx. 12 packs of LuggageLock™
A stopper is incorporated in every LuggageLock™ to prevent over-tightening when applying. This is useful for situations where the seals are issued to a customer who must apply the security seals themselves (eg. excess baggage or document storage tote boxes).
The tear-off tab allows the user to keep a log of the serial numbers themselves, leading to peace of mind knowing that their items are secure.
- B-Sealed is determined to promote LuggageLock™, exhibiting in the holiday and travel expos around Australia every year since the product launch. At the expos B-Sealed staff demonstrate and explain the concepts of tamper evidence and field questions about the product from visitors. Flyers and samples are freely given out to expo visitors to encourage trailing the product and learning more about it.
- A website was launched at www.luggagelock.com.au to promote LuggageLock™ and explain its concepts online with a digital stockists directory assisting visitors in finding their most convenient stockist.