Mechanical Pushbutton Security Door Lock - £29.99 Deliverd (was £99.99) - HotUKDeals
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Not sure where you would want to use this, but I guess it could come in handy somewhere! (garage, side passage maybe?)

Fully mechanical
Easy to fit, with all parts and fixings included
Suitable for internal and external use
Code can be changed quickly, as required
Over 8,000 codes to choose from.
Exceeds 1.000.000 Operations
Available in a stainless steel.
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#1
This looks like a bargain, nice find.

Check the reviews out... lol :-D

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"Add my five stars to everyone elses. We use it on the main door to seven flats, never failed us once in over a year of very heavy use. We have just bought a second for the back entrance!"
http://www.bigpockets.co.uk/img/stars/5.gifTrevor Price, (Essex, UK)

"GREAT EXCELENT BUY,"
http://www.bigpockets.co.uk/img/stars/5.gifREMI, (SURREY)

"BARGIN WORKS A TREAT AMAZED AT HOW HEAVY AND SOLID IT IS"
http://www.bigpockets.co.uk/img/stars/4.gifAndy, (KIRKCALDY FIFE) "I have a pub and bought four of these. The are good quality and work well.

They dont have a latch facility tho which is a shame.
Good value for money."
http://www.bigpockets.co.uk/img/stars/4.gifme here, (Wales)

"the model i have recieved does have the latch function either but for the money i have done 3 doors for the price of 1. Very good quality and are easy to set up compared to many i have used before."
http://www.bigpockets.co.uk/img/stars/5.gifAlex trim, (kent)

"had mine for a month so far. Works well. Just need to remember the code now. I would advise setting something you can rememeber easily."
[IMG]http://www.bigpockets.co.uk/img/stars/5.gif[/IMG] Richard Goodwin, (Brierley Hill)

"Trevor (1st Review..) I too have one for my back entrance, my friends have tried to finger my lock and so far noone has managed to open my office. Top Class matron !"
[IMG]http://www.bigpockets.co.uk/img/stars/5.gif[/IMG] Brian Damage, (Gayvillle)

"Richard Goodwin (Review 7) must have had a spark of genius when he thought about setting the code to something that you can easily remember.

I was using a code that was difficult to remember codes and I kept locking myself out.

After reading Richard's review, I changed to code to one that was easy to remember and I can now get into my home again."
[IMG]http://www.bigpockets.co.uk/img/stars/5.gif[/IMG] Tony Montana, (Miami)

"i love it, i like the way it can lock and unlock these really are the locks of the future, its amazing the amount of features it has,it even has a cupholder.i cant stop going out and coming back in cos this is so joyous to use."
[IMG]http://www.bigpockets.co.uk/img/stars/5.gif[/IMG] craig, (boston)
#2
If you have young kids and any valuables etc then put one of these on a room you do not want them in. I did and it worked perfectly. Easy to fit too.
#3
Most of these are surprisingly easy to crack - you can usually (always?) press the buttons in any order on the fully mechanical ones. Which means that if it's ever clear which buttons have been pressed (check for fingerprints), you're in. The only protection seems to be that they tend to be made from matt-finish steel. I wouldn't use one as my only line of defence, but this is a good price otherwise.
#4
Easy to crack? The odds of guessing the four digit code, even in any order are still 1:10000 arent they?
#5
These locks drive me nuts we have them on the doors at work.:x

Don't bother
#6
blueladd
Easy to crack? The odds of guessing the four digit code, even in any order are still 1:10000 arent they?


Very easy to crack, imagine my code is 4169. When you look at the buttons there should be the usual fingerprint greasy smudge marks on the numbers you have to press. The others should look pretty clean. Assuming it works the same as the one at work it doesn't matter which order you put them in so you'd go 1,4,6,9 and you'd be in!
#7
yup, I second that from experience - even when there are letters included in the pin, it doesn't matter which order you press them - it's only 'ordered' so it makes it easier to remember! :roll:
#8
Benjimoron
Very easy to crack, imagine my code is 4169. When you look at the buttons there should be the usual fingerprint greasy smudge marks on the numbers you have to press. The others should look pretty clean. Assuming it works the same as the one at work it doesn't matter which order you put them in so you'd go 1,4,6,9 and you'd be in!


Interesting, we have one on one of the doors at work, looks the same although probably different. I'll try what you say though and see if any sequence works. Although this one is set to about 7 character code, so not necessarily easy to crack. (i do know the code though, so can try)

Don't know of anyone cracking it so far, but most people want to break out of our work place, not in !
#9
Richards
yup, I second that from experience - even when there are letters included in the pin, it doesn't matter which order you press them - it's only 'ordered' so it makes it easier to remember! :roll:


You're right, the one we have on a door at work will open with corrrect combination in any sequence, but as long as you can't make out fingerprints (or change the code often) then it's probably still quite secure, just don't use them on doors that need high security....

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