Instructions: Pull the drawstring ropes to cinch the bag closed. Remove the lock from the metal ‚ÄúO‚Äù ring. Pull the lock strap out by pulling from the ‚ÄúO‚Äù ring until the two silver grommets on the strap are exposed. Place the padlock shackle through both grommets and set the combination to the unlock position. To lock bag to a fixed object: Wrap the lock strap around the fixed object, leading with the ‚ÄúO‚Äù ring. Insert the padlock shackle into the lock body and scramble the combination to lock
Keep stuff extra secure in an anti-theft bag built to thwart grabbing hands. It looks like a water-resistant drawstring backpack, but it’s like a stealthy, portable safe with cut-and tear-resistant fabric, locking straps with 1,000-pound breaking strength, and an integrated brass combination lock.
Watching his stuff get stolen spurred Don Halpern to create anti-theft bags.
LocTote’s flexible drawstring backpacks are close to indestructible. They’re slash- and tear-proof, water-resistant, and virtually impossible to crack into when locked.
The high-performance fabric they’re made out of is about five times more cut-resistant than Kevlar—it was originally developed for use in body armor.
All the bags are secured with a 3-digit combination lock and a nylon locking strap with a 1,000 pound breaking strength. And the fleece-lined interior pocket is also RFID- and water-blocking, too.
It’s a convenient, durable way to add some extra protection to whatever you’re toting.