A luggage strap is a device used for secure an overstuffed piece of luggage or a travel bag. It keeps it together when it is straining at the seams. It can be made with an ID tag for easy identification. It is also used as a locking buckle for extra luggage security.
Types of Luggage Straps
Kinds of Luggage Straps include the following:
A lock strap is made with a combination lock for securing the bag and preventing other people from accessing it. It is usually made from durable, woven nylon fabric.
ID luggage strap
An identity luggage strap includes an ID slip pocket where a name or a business card is inserted. It proves the user’s ownership of the luggage.
Elastic luggage strap
An elastic luggage strap can be stretched to accommodate different luggage bulks and sizes. It secured to the luggage by two hooks on both ends. It can be coiled around twice in smaller bags. Safety precautions have to be observed when releasing the straps.
Choosing Luggage Straps (Buying tips)
Color: Choose a bright colored luggage strap for easy spotting and identification from a distance.
Safety standards: Choose an elastic luggage strap that meets the consumer product safety standards, as many serious eye injuries have been caused by the accidental release of stretched out elastic luggage straps.
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