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Yale 5 Lever Deadlock - Brass £10.00 @ ASDA Direct

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6y, 9m agoFound 6 years, 9 months ago
The Yale 5 lever deadlock is insurance approved and recommended by the police.

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Size 3" or 2.5" (78cm or 64cm)
Colour Brass
Brand Yale
Accessories Included No
Batteries Included No
Additional Features Fifteen year warranty
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6y, 9m agoFound 6 years, 9 months ago
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#1
Damned good locks, much more secure than the crappy 5 pin Euro locks you get on modern upvc doors I can pick those in about 30 seconds or less, these type are much harder without special tools.
#2
That's a good deal, I was going to replace my front door lock and 5-lever deadlocks were about £22 in Wickes.
#3
Excellent Price. Heat added.
#4
isthere a P&p charge
#5
cadmus
isthere a P&p charge


Yes £4.95, something which the OP has not stated in price, orders under £25 still have the postage charge for collect in store.
#6
harlzter
Damned good locks, much more secure than the crappy 5 pin Euro locks you get on modern upvc doors I can pick those in about 30 seconds or less, these type are much harder without special tools.


Do you own those special tools for the occasions you are not picking euro locks :whistling: :?
#7
cicobuff;7994441
Do you own those special tools for the occasions you are not picking euro locks :whistling: :?

Not yet:whistling: They can be bought for around £30 though

I do it as sort of a hobby, and to show people how much they rely on security that isn't so secure:thumbsup:

A locksmith will make a big show of drilling out a yale lock and stretch it out for upto an hours work and involve the cost replacing the lock just because you have locked your keys in, when they are very easy to pick in little time at all with no damage.
#8
Good quality lock, and cheaper than the ERA ones at Screwfix! worth buying a decent lock for the reasons highlighted above
#9
lockpicking ,i saw some videos on u tube showing you how easy it was to 'bump' yale lock in around 5 seconds
#10
Instore collection sold out... sod!

Think the home delivery option is still showing in stock, so not technically expired - just not as good a deal when you've gotta pay delivery!
#11
nasir_glasgow;8001061
lockpicking ,i saw some videos on u tube showing you how easy it was to 'bump' yale lock in around 5 seconds

The bump keys work on most locks of that type, for example the high security 7 point locking mechanism on UPVC doors relies on the security of a lock mechanism like this where a bump key would work, bump keys are not that popular though as most who pick locks fall into three camps:

1) Locksmiths - Wouldnt use because it makes the job too easy thus not "earning" their fee, also because they would have customers see how crap the locks are that they are paying through the teeth for.

2) Locksport (do it for fun and a challenge - think of it as a puzzle) too easy to use a bump key, ts like cheating!

3) Illegal entry - wouldnt use as it can be quite noisy.
#12
harlzter;7993918
Damned good locks, much more secure than the crappy 5 pin Euro locks you get on modern upvc doors I can pick those in about 30 seconds or less, these type are much harder without special tools.


I didn't know they allowed internet access in HMP!
#13
Is it expired?
I can still see it on the web site
#14
woodstock
I didn't know they allowed internet access in HMP!


So because the guy actually takes time to find out what is probably the last barrier between the outside world and his most prized items, you label him as a criminal?

A joke or not, certain people in various trades love the type "who knows nothing" So you might as well bend over :whistling:
#15
mcfly666;8007240
So because the guy actually takes time to find out what is probably the last barrier between the outside world and his most prized items, you label him as a criminal?

A joke or not, certain people in various trades love the type "who knows nothing" So you might as well bend over :whistling:



er.. get a life!
#16
woodstock;8004500
I didn't know they allowed internet access in HMP!


As far as I know they dont (yet) the last one I resided in didnt even have TV's in the cells! The only luxurys where hot and cold running water and a flushing toilet:whistling:

To put it bluntly if there is no sign of a "forced" entry then many insurance companies would argue about paying out, they would at best offer a reduced payment on the grounds that you are partly responsible as you either a)neglected to lock the door or b) was careless with your keys.

There are higher security locks out there that are tougher, they are pricey but worth it, they have an extra pin on the opposite side to the "toothed" edge which makes picking the harder option.

Luckily most burglars are junkies so a quick forcing of windows is what they would do, they are sloppy which is why they get caught a lot.

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