Securing your valuables is always a concern when traveling. No one wants to lose their passport, money, or phone accidentally or to theft. Did you know that all Pacsafe products have built-in anti-theft features? Each bag was designed with the smartest features to protect your belongings by making it more difficult for pickpockets or thieves to slash your bag and steal your valuables. Having a good travel bag is important, it can give you the confidence and peace of mind to do more and enjoy more. Read on to learn more about Pacsafe’s theft-proof features.
Anti-Theft Features Explained
Carrysafe Slashguard Straps
Flexible, lightweight, stainless steel wire is integrated into our adjustable Carrysafe® straps making it invisible to the eye, yet very effective at preventing bag slashers from slicing through and running off with your gear.
Bag slashers like to target outside fabric panels of bags (front, bottom or side), which cause valuables to fall out and into the palm of their hands.
Lightweight slashguards are concealed in the most vulnerable areas of the bag, protecting your gear from a quick slash-and-run theft. eXomesh® protection in our luggage extends the full length of the bag protecting your gear.
Turn & Lock Security Hooks
These small smart devices pack a whole lot of intelligence. The hook unfastens so that you can attach your bag to a secure fixture.
What’s more, the smart hook has a special turning mechanism which actually locks the hook into place making it harder for a bag snatcher to make an easy getaway.
Smart Zipper Security
Zipper pullers can be attached to discreet security hooks or placed under & through a hypalon tab to prevent pickpockets reaching into your bag.
RFIDsafe Blocking Pockets & Material
Most passports, credit cards, and ID cards now contain a RFID micro-chip that contains all your personal, sensitive information. Identity thieves now can access this information from up to 10ft away with the help of a RFID reader. RFIDsafe™ blocking material prevents your data from falling into the wrong hands by blocking out virtually all transmissions between 10 MHz – 3 GHz, which covers the radio frequency used in e-passports, credit cards / smart cards, and key cards. Learn more about RFID