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They have a few of these in the Holyhead store next to the brass ones which are still £75 Kite marked to BS3621. Recommended by the police and insurance companies.
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7y, 5m agoFound 7 years, 5 months ago
They have a few of these in the Holyhead store next to the brass ones which are still £75


Kite marked to BS3621.
Recommended by the police and insurance companies.
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#1
That is a BOILING hot deal, heat and rep added. These are BRILLIANT quality locks, made in the UK not Chinese rubbish, and they do usually sell for full price - any discount is rare!
#2
http://mpc.yale.production.assaabloy.com/FileExplorer/Fetchfile.aspx?id=1006&ft=.jpg&mh=400&mw=400
#3
I was in Maidenhead on Sunday around closing time they had the same deal, but the one I saw was the 60mm back plate in silver, only one left though and the shelves seem to have been cleared due to demand.

I have the 40mm one and if you consider that any Yale accessory, even the pull ring for a lesser lock is £10, this is a great deal. This lock is from the maximum security range, the mortice locks of the same weren't on offer, but I was considering buying one just for any future needs. Great deal.
#4
There was one in Mill Hill weeks ago at this price. Sadly for me I had only just bought one on eBay - albeit only for £25 brand new
#5
will this be nationwide ?
i checked online and they had them near me but it is coming up at full price
#6
I reckon Nationwide, must be, Holyhead and Maidenhead aren't nearby...
#7
and by the way, it is an absolutely lovely lock. Really really sturdy, nice mechanism and it looks fine.
#8
this is nationwide but its optional decided apon by the store manager. I confirmed this in Kingston Park, NCL when i queried why they hadnt reduced theirs. Washington has one or two left and Team Vally had only reduced a couple which i bought. Lots of other locks and stuff where reduced many hard to see unless you look at the tiny sticker on the end of the metal hanger.
#9
realblender
thieves see an expensive lock and know there will be good things on the inside. better just to use a latch and padlock



hahahahhaha! that is all
#10
hi there, is this instore only? The website has price at £75
#11
yes its a markdown, in store only and thats if your manager is willing. they are all £19.98 from the North East to down south by the looks of things.
#12
Excellent quality lock - had one for a few years - built like a tank - though it's difficult to get spare keys cut since they are high security and not the standard Yale key. As a matter of interest does anyone know what the smaller latch is used for - I looked inside my lock and can't work out what it's used for!
#13
realblender
thieves see an expensive lock and know there will be good things on the inside. better just to use a latch and padlock


Brilliant response! hahahhahahhaha! :-D please tell me thats a joke?

Hot Hot Hot!
#14
My son (age 10) and I have been into lock sporting for a couple of years now. We can both reliably bypass these locks in under a minute, using lock picks and skill. If we used a no-skill "bumping" method it would take about 5 seconds. This is the way burglars open locked doors.

This is the lock we have on our own front door. We have a Chubb lock and deadbolts on the door too, which I'd strongly recommend if you want to keep people out. A cylinder lock on its own is no challenge to a professional burglar.
#15
Moneyspider;6254294
As a matter of interest does anyone know what the smaller latch is used for - I looked inside my lock and can't work out what it's used for!
That is to stop inward-opening doors being opened with a credit card. When it is pushed in when the door is closed, it locks the other one to prevent it being pushed in by sliding something thin between the door and the frame.
#16
Perfick...

:thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:
#17
though it's difficult to get spare keys cut since they are high security

Not true, if the key cutting place can't do them they are rubbish!
#18
pibpob
That is to stop inward-opening doors being opened with a credit card. When it is pushed in when the door is closed, it locks the other one to prevent it being pushed in by sliding something thin between the door and the frame.


I can't understand why this sort of lock is ever 'recommended by the police'. This one apparently 'deadlocks' from the inside to prevent the credit card trick, but how many people are simply going to close the door from the inside and think that it is secure?
#19
jasee;6255179
I can't understand why this sort of lock is ever 'recommended by the police'. This one apparently 'deadlocks' from the inside to prevent the credit card trick, but how many people are simply going to close the door from the inside and think that it is secure?
Erm, because it is secure. Whenever it is closed, it is impossible to open with a credit card.
#20
hot for the price, but this provides little to no security
5 point locks is all the insurance will ask for
#21
Got a bit of a scabby looking one in Edinburgh for 19.98 after the checkout munchkin tried to first charge me 75 bucks:w00t:
#22
Think this may be store specific. Went in to Tamworth today and they were scanning at full price. Gutted. Still Hot though, I'm not gonna vote it cold because I didn't get one!
#23
I had one of these, less than a year old but didn't keep receipt........ and had to get someone to help me break into my house when the key wouldn't turn. Had Direct Line Home Response 24, but they said because the house was secure they wouldn't help. Would guess I was just unlucky though, and as I haven't replaced lock yet (had the chubb only), might just try and get one.
#24
wissychraddle
Think this may be store specific. Went in to Tamworth today and they were scanning at full price. Gutted. Still Hot though, I'm not gonna vote it cold because I didn't get one!


Didnt you read my post? Its nationwide but optional depending on the manager / stock levels
#25
tfish
Didnt you read my post? Its nationwide but optional depending on the manager / stock levels


i tried 5 stores around glasgow and none had it gutted
#26
LutherT17
My son (age 10) and I have been into lock sporting for a couple of years now. We can both reliably bypass these locks in under a minute, using lock picks and skill. If we used a no-skill "bumping" method it would take about 5 seconds. This is the way burglars open locked doors.

This is the lock we have on our own front door. We have a Chubb lock and deadbolts on the door too, which I'd strongly recommend if you want to keep people out. A cylinder lock on its own is no challenge to a professional burglar.


WHich models of chubb locks are you talking about?

So you pick locks for a hobby, how did you get into that, and where do you find out about it?
#27
Mark300ZX
WHich models of chubb locks are you talking about?

So you pick locks for a hobby, how did you get into that, and where do you find out about it?


Try here:

http://lmgtfy.com/?q=lock+picking

Hope that helps! :thumbsup:
#28
Thanks just got mine from Holyhead £19.98 chrome only only one left. Brass coloured one next to it is full price. Great lock great buy cheers :-)
#29
tfish
yes its a markdown, in store only and thats if your manager is willing. they are all £19.98 from the North East to down south by the looks of things.


its a price reduction nationwide not a mangers markdown there is a similar lock that is full price tho

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