It's nice to know that my luggage is protected while I'm traveling.
(PRWEB) March 16, 2015
"eGeeTouch” was featured on NewsWatch as part of its monthly Tech Report, which takes a look at the latest and coolest technology products and services available to consumers. Scott Steinberg, a special reporter for NewsWatch and a technology expert, conducted the app review and shared with viewers how this is a safe and modern way to travel.
It’s no secret that traveling by plane can be a very hectic process. There’s typically long lines for the airlines and even longer lines for airport security. People can’t control the chaos that comes with flying, but they can avoid possible headaches with the eGeeTouch Smart Luggage Lock.
A winner of the 2015 CES Innovation Award, the eGeeTouch by Digipas USA LLC is the world’s very first smart luggage lock. It’s an NFC-driven lock and it was designed so that there was no key, dial, or memorization of a combination code. It uses patented technology with close-proximity access to the luggage, enabling a person can unlock their luggage with a smartphone or tagged wallet.
There are different locks that meet every traveler’s needs. So whether the traveler wants a zipper lock or ziperless lock, there’s something that could accommodate any suitcase or travel bag. The eGeeTouch locks also come in multiple colors and designs in serious and playful styles. And most importantly, these locks are all TSA accepted for US airports.
To learn more, visit http://www.egeetouch.com today.
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