WHEN traveling, losing important travel documents, money and credit cards, and mobile devices is devastating so being street smart is always a MUST.
But what if we can travel without worrying from theft?
Fellow travelers rejoice because there is Pacsafe, a travel gear brand developed by two Australian travelers and aimed at addressing this very concern.
Let's take a closer look at the technologies that make Pacsafe bags the “safest and securest” in the market:
First developed in 1998 when Pacsafe was founded, the eXomesh is made of flexible stainless steel mesh that forms an impenetrable barricade against thieves. This simple means more slashing of bags! Incorporated on almost all Pacsafe products, the inner lining is best maximized in backpacks. Imagine walking around without the need to watch out for your back. (Pun intended)
Next is the Roobar locking system that secures zippers with a carabiner lock. This feature is sure to give pickpockets a very difficult time. They may try but for sure, you will notice!
Most Pacsafe bags also have anchor straps and cables so that you can hook them in unmoving fixtures, like for example a lounge chair when your swimming, or bigger bags like a luggage, so it won't fall off when you're in the move at airports.
Identity theft protection
Who says only physical things can be stolen? In our modern world, identity theft also exists so protect passports and credit cards with Pacsafe’s RFID-blocking technology.
Convinced? Visit Pacsafe stores located in Glorietta 5 G/F, SM Mall of Asia 2/F and SM Seaside Cebu 2/F. It is also available at all branches of Urbanize: Gateway Mall, Shangri-La Plaza, U.P. Town Centre, Glorietta 3, Uptown Mall BGC, Alabang Town Centre and Kiss & Fly in NAIA 3. It is also available in Soledad Nuvali, Serin, and The District in Cavite.
For more information about Pacsafe products, visit www.pacsafe.com or follow www.facebook.com/PacsafePH.
(PHOTOS FROM PACSAFE PHILIPPINES)
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