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PacSafe Security Wire Mesh

May 24, 2010

PacSafe Security Wire Mesh

Rating: star star star star star (5 out of 5 stars)
Maker: PacSafe
Tagline: Anti-Theft Travel Gear
Model: PacSafe 85 (fits backpacks up to 85 liters)
MSRP: US$80
Date Acquired: April 10, 2006
Frequency of Use: everytime I travel

    Features (company claim)
  • tough and expandable design fits most popular sized backpacks, duffels or soft-sided wheeled luggage
  • combines lightweight and flexible high-tensile stainless steel mesh, cable and crimps, bullet-proof polycarbonate lock links and next generation nylon laminate technology
    The Many Ways I've Used PacSafe
  • Lately, when I go skin diving from a beach with no one around, normally, I won't be able to just leave my stuff on the beach and dive. With a PacSafe, I can secure my stuff around a tree and go diving.
  • I go for cheap lodging...usually a dorm-type pension house where up to 10 beds can be grouped in one room. It's cheap, but a lot of hands can be touching your stuff when you're not around. The PacSafe ensures my security. Without the PacSafe, I would be forced to take a private room which cost more, of course.
  • I'd been in a few situations where the PacSafe really came-in handy. Instead of lugging my big, bulky and heavy backpack for the next 3 hours until my jeep departs, I just cabled it on a secure post and went about exploring town feeling confident my backpack will be there when I come back.

Ending Thoughts
PacSafe has more than paid for itself in terms of the savings, convenience and peace of mind I get when I travel. Now, it's part of my standard travel gear. Like my GPS, hammock and Swiss Army Knife, I don't leave home without it.

--- TheLoneRider

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mnmlistmnmlist
(May 27, 2010) ...good product ;)


NinoyNinoy
(May 27, 2010) ...good review, always wanted to buy one pero di ako sure kung ok :)

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