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I would like to leave a large suitcase at Shanghai's Pudong airport for about a week.

Official Luggage Service Website of Pudong airport

Can anyone comment on the service as to whether it was sufficiently secure?

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I noticed some votes to close this question. Is there something off-topic? Please let me know so that I can at least try and amend. – Andrew Sep 23 '13 at 14:24
I think that the only way you will get a representative answer is by polling, which is off-topic. – uncovery Sep 23 '13 at 14:52
Maybe there are statistics that one could cite. That I would count as a representative answer. – RoflcoptrException Sep 23 '13 at 15:38
@RoflcoptrException If there are such statistics, it would be a good answer. I would be downright shocked if there are any though. Chinese government services do not - to say the least - frequently publish their own records of them stealing from their customers. I would assume robberies are not common enough in airports to warrant a statistic. – uncovery Sep 24 '13 at 1:33
I think we have questions of a similar nature regarding Johannesburg airport. Besides stats there could be review sites such as TripAdvisor giving generally bad ratings for instance. – hippietrail Sep 24 '13 at 1:50

Just to report, I tried out the left luggage facility in Terminal 2, and it was great. They x-rayed my large bag, placed it in an individual locker and gave me the key. The cost was (relatively) cheap at RMB 20 a day. I believe it was totally secure.

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