TUMI Lock

Set Your Own Combination: Padlock

  • Your new TSA-approved combination padlock is preset to open at 0-0-0 (even though the dials may be positioned at other numbers). You can change and reset your combination as often as you like. To set your lock, follow these steps:
  • Step 1
  • Start by ensuring every digit on your dial is set in the preset starting code at 0-0-0.
  • Step 2
  • Use a ballpoint pen to push the reset button on the bottom of the lock and hold down while adjusting each number on your 3-digit dial.
  • Step 3
  • When you have finalized your new code, release your ballpoint pen’s pressure on the reset button to set the new combination.
  • Step 4
  • Open the lock by entering the set combination on the dial and pressing down on the unlock button.
  • Keep your combination in a safe and accessible place for future reference. This lock was designed to be recognized by the U.S. Transportation Security Administration, TSA, and allows the TSA to be able to unlock your bag, using special access codes and tools, if the need arises for a baggage search. This lock can then be relocked by the TSA with no damage to the lock or your bag.

Set Your Own Combination: Dual Integrated Lock

  • Your new TSA-approved lock is preset to open at 0-0-0 (even though the dials may be positioned at other numbers). You can change and reset your combination as often as you like. To set your lock, follow these steps:
  • Step 1
  • Start by ensuring your dial is set in the preset starting code 0-0-0 by releasing the zipper pullers from their housing. To do this, slide the TSA Lock as indicated by the arrows to unlock the zippers.
  • Step 2
  • Now that the preset code is confirmed, return the zipper pullers into the housing.
  • Step 3
  • Use a ballpoint pen to press down the reset button located next to the dial. After pressing down on the reset button, adjust each dial to your preference.
  • Step 4
  • When you have finalized of your new code, push to slide the TSA Lock as indicated by the arrows. This causes the reset button to spring up and release the zipper pullers which confirms your new code is set.
  • Keep your combination in a safe and accessible place for future reference. This lock was designed to be recognized by the U.S. Transportation Security Administration, TSA, and allows the TSA to be able to unlock your bag, using special access codes and tools, if the need arises for a baggage search. This lock can then be relocked by the TSA with no damage to the lock or your bag.

Set Your Own Combination: Integrated Lock

  • Your new TSA-approved lock is preset to open at 0-0-0 (even though the dials may be positioned at other numbers).You can change and reset your combination as often as you like. To set your lock, follow these steps:
  • Step 1
  • Start by making sure every digit on your dial is set in the preset starting code at 0-0-0.
  • Step 2
  • Ensure zipper pulls are locked securely in the zipper housing.
  • Step 3
  • To reset your code, use a ballpoint pen to press down the reset button. After pressing down on the reset button, adjust each dial to your preference.
  • Step 4
  • When you have finalized your new code, press down on the large release button, located to the right side of the TUMI logo. If the zippers pop out from the zipper pull, you have correctly set your lock!
  • Keep your combination in a safe and accessible place for future reference. This lock was designed to be recognized by the U.S. Transportation Security Administration, TSA, and allows the TSA to be able to unlock your bag, using special access codes and tools, if the need arises for a baggage search. This lock can then be relocked by the TSA with no damage to the lock or your bag.

Set Your Own Combination: Low Profile Integrated Lock

  • Your new TSA-approved lock is preset to open at 0-0-0 (even though the dials may be positioned at other numbers).You can change and reset your combination as often as you like. To set your lock, follow these steps:
  • Step 1
  • Start by ensuring your dial is set in the preset starting code 0-0-0 by releasing the zipper pullers from their housing. To do this, slide the TSA Lock as indicated by the arrows to unlock the zippers.
  • Step 2
  • Now that the preset code is confirmed, return the zipper pullers into the housing.
  • Step 3
  • Use a ballpoint pen to press and hold down the reset button while changing each number on the 3-digit dial.
  • Step 4
  • When you have finalized your new code, release your ballpoint pen’s pressure on the reset button.
  • Step 5
  • Now you have correctly set your lock! To test this, slide the TSA Lock as indicated by the arrows to unlock the zippers.
  • Keep your combination in a safe and accessible place for future reference. This lock was designed to be recognized by the U.S. Transportation Security Administration, TSA, and allows the TSA to be able to unlock your bag, using special access codes and tools, if the need arises for a baggage search. This lock can then be relocked by the TSA with no damage to the lock or your bag.

Set Your Own Combination: Snap Latch Lock

  • Your new TSA-approved lock is preset to open at 0-0-0 (even though the dials may be positioned at other numbers). You can change and reset your combination as often as you like. To set your lock, follow these steps:
  • Step 1
  • Start by ensuring every digit on your dial is set in the preset code 0-0-0. Press the release button on side to open the lock.
  • Step 2
  • Once lock is open, use a ballpoint pen to press down on the reset button on the side of the lock. After pressing down on the reset button, adjust each dial to your preference.
  • Step 3
  • When you have finalized your new code, press on the release button again. The reset button will spring up which confirms you have set your new code.
  • Keep your combination in a safe and accessible place for future reference. This lock was designed to be recognized by the U.S. Transportation Security Administration, TSA, and allows the TSA to be able to unlock your bag, using special access codes and tools, if the need arises for a baggage search. This lock can then be relocked by the TSA with no damage to the lock or your bag.