Few things are as unpleasant as doing your daily commute routine and finding that things have been removed from your backpack. With the anti-theft models, you’ll have all the security you need, plus comfort and a unique urban style.
Which backpack should I buy to avoid theft?
- It should be simple. The backpack you choose should not have dozens of compartments, but a limited number (between 3 and 5 in total) with which it is easy to keep your belongings organized.
- They should have hidden zippers by fabric folds.
- It is ideal that they have protective accessories such as a high quality integrated lock to secure the exterior zippers.
- You should choose a model with double seams and anti-cutting material to avoid that it can be broken by force, or that it can be cut using a knife.
- It should be comfortable, with a backrest and padded straps to protect your skin and muscles when you leave the house.
- It should have hidden pockets in which you can carry identity documents, money and cards, glasses, and a cell phone.
- It is important that they are reinforced from head to toe, being resistant to shocks and protecting all your belongings from accidents.
- You should have internal, closed and padded pockets for your most valuable possessions, such as a laptop or tablet.
- Style is an important part: look for a model that fits your personality and tastes.
Advantages of backpacks with anti-theft security
- These backpacks are compact and organized.
- You can buy them from dozens of different brands, each one of them adapting to different needs.
- They are available in a wide range of prices, whether you are looking for a more economical backpack or one with more accessories. The cheapest ones cost $30, while the most expensive ones are well over $100.
- Many have modern accessories such as a USB port or headphone socket.
- The more expensive models are usually waterproof.
- Some backpacks include RFID (radio frequency) protection, a modern tool that provides a variety of security options, from preventing theft of contactless cards, to having them opened by someone other than their owner.