SafeTote Rx TSA is a portable locking medication security bag with TSA approved lock for traveling. The locking zipper bag is constructed with a durable, scratch resistant, rich leather-like acrylic polyurethane vinyl outer material with protective Oxford Terylene interior lining to safeguard your medicine.The lock and key zipper seal provide privacy and safeguard access by others. Safe, simple, easy to use solution for preserving your privacy and protecting children, pets and curious teens from danger and harm. Keep frequently used medication private, accessible and safe.
The SafeTote Rx TSA approved locking unit allows you to carry all medications with you on board with you when you fly, cruise or board other commercial transportation. We recommend you keep medications in your carry-on luggage, thus in your control. Luggage loss or delay occurs often these days and can cause you to be separated from your medications for an extended period.
- Keeps frequently used medications in one location for easy access
- Keeps medications dry and free from most contaminants
- Holds up to eight standard prescription bottles on average
- Elastic bands secure eight bottles in place
- Lock and key protection
- Water resistant
- Puncture resistant
- Dimensions: Length 7″ Width 4″ Depth 2″
- TSA lock with universal key for airport security inspection
More about SafeTote Rx’s TSA Approved Lock
TSA screens every passenger’s baggage before it is placed on an airplane. While TSA technology allows bags to be electronically screened, there are times when bags need to be physically inspected. TSA approved locks that can be opened by security officers using universal “master” keys so that the locks may not have to be cut. Approved locks have a diamond shaped identifier to alert airport security they can open the bag for inspection with a master lock then re-lock it without any damage to the bag or lock.
- Every Travel Sentry® ApprovedLock has a special identification mark alerting the TSA and other airport security agencies that they can open this lock without destroying it.
- Each lock has a special code, which is used by the TSA and other security agencies to know which tool to use to open the lock.
- Every security screening location at all US airports and now many other international airports are able to open the lock and then re-lock it after inspection.
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