Wordlock Luggage Lock Review and #Giveaway

Do you have trouble remembering things, especially numbers? I do.  It could be because there are so many to remember – PIN numbers, phone numbers, social security numbers, etc. Wordlock takes away that worry. All you need to remember is a word – one short word – to open your luggage lock.

Wordlock Luggage locks are Travel Sentry® Approved, which means they have a red diamond on them signifying that the TSA can open the lock without breaking it. So if the TSA can open it, why use a luggage lock? No one that transports or stores your luggage can get into it easily. Keep your items safe!

Keep informed about what’s happening with Worldlock and learn about their other products on their Facebook page.

Available in 5 hot colors, Wordlock Luggage locks, can help you find your bags among the many others out there. Pick a pink or green one and see. Then choose a 4 letter word as your very own combination. Attach to your suitcase and go off and travel.

Wordlock Luggage LockReview

Luggage locks without keys are just what I want. No need to worry about where the keys are when I travel. And you know about my memory problems, so remembering a word instead of numbers is the best thing since sliced bread. I did need a little help when setting up the lock, but once I got over that, I’m ready to go on my next adventure.


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I received a lock for this review. Affiliate links included. All opinions are my own.

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Connie Roberts

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Living in the Tampa Bay area, I'm lucky enough to see beautiful sunsets almost every day. Although life can be difficult at times, focusing on the positive and being with my family is what gets me through.

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  1. In my dreams, I’m lying in the sun on the beaches of the Greek Isles.

  2. Disney

  3. One day I plan to travel to Ireland–right now I just go in my dreams!

  4. My favorite place to travel is anywhere near the ocean or a lake. I love the water and spending time with my family at the beach or near the water is one of my favorite things to do. 🙂

  5. Teresa

    I’d love to go to Paris!

  6. Love this! I am the worst about remembering passwords!
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  7. Vicki Chinn says:

    I love to travel to see family. In a couple weeks I’ll be heading back home to see my daughter and her family.

  8. I want to visit Puerto Rico!

  9. My favorite place I have been is Mykonos Greece.
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  10. Marisa Carpenter says:

    This would be perfect for my Notary bag.

  11. Sounds like a great idea.