Simple luggage tips from PacSafe

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pacsafe thailandAfter telling a friend that I was going to Thailand, she suggested a great product to get, called Pacsafe, basically they make safe travel bags.

They boast a heap of anti-theft features like, exomesh slashguard, slashguard straps, RFID pockets, dual release security buckles, puncture proof zips and turn and lock secrity hooks. All these things come at a price though.

I picked up this backpack on Amazon for about $119USD, seems expensive when my normal travel bag was only $130USD, but when you look at the quality of the backpack, and the features you can see where your money goes.

It also nicely fits my Toshiba 2-1 13.6″ laptop, has the RFID pocket inside for your passport or credit cards, and had good back support. I am intending to use it for any day trips, or even a couple of days as I tend to pack light.

They are well worth checking out if you have concerns about the security of your personal information and stuff. RFIDsafe Blocking Material built into a pocket in the main compartment helps protect IDs & credit cards from hacker scanning.

It also features adjustable wire-reinforced Carrysafe Slashguard Strap helps prevent cut & run theft; the Turn & Lock Security Hook attaches Strap to secure fixture.

pacsafeI have used my PacSafe bag in more than a dozen countries and never had a single issue with it.

The bag is lightweight, durable daypack with anti-theft technologies ideal for long hikes, adventures abroad, your daily commute, and as a handy carry-on easily.