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MASTER LOCK Heavy Duty Padlock [Key] (Laminated Steel, Long Shackle, Weatherproof)[ Pack of 3] £15.75 at Amazon Prime (+£4.49 non Prime)
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MASTER LOCK Heavy Duty Padlock [Key] (Laminated Steel, Long Shackle, Weatherproof)[ Pack of 3] £15.75 at Amazon Prime (+£4.49 non Prime)

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Ordered - thank you
Cheapest around but the RRP is misleading. Its £1 more in eBay.
Several reasonable sounding reviews say that after 18 months the u-shaped part breaks away from the rest of the lock with no way to reassemble.
Looks like the lock in this video
Edited by: "KingCellulose" 23rd Feb
KingCellulose23/02/2020 08:50

Looks like the lock in this video [Video]


that man is a genius. Every single master lock he picks can be done in a few seconds
Thanks OP. Good timing for me on this one...
friar_chris23/02/2020 08:49

Several reasonable sounding reviews say that after 18 months the u-shaped …Several reasonable sounding reviews say that after 18 months the u-shaped part breaks away from the rest of the lock with no way to reassemble.



this has happened to all my master locks used outside. Also I think someone managed to knock one off too.
Fortunately i'm only using them for basic security. But i'll probably just avoid them in the future all together.
Despite the name, Master Locks are considered complete junk by anyone with even a basic knowledge of lock picking. You can literally open them with a paper-clip, cat food tin lid or a piece of plastic.

You are far better off buying a decent Yale or similar.

For example, here's a video showing how weak Master Locks are (the guy doing the picking is a chap called Bosnian Bill - he currently works for the US Secret Service, and was formerly a bomb disposal EOD operator in the US military)


More info here: nypost.com/201…up/
Edited by: "cb-uk" 23rd Feb
So if these last 18 months as some reviews say, that means for £15 odd i can expect a lock on my shed for the next 4.5 years, not too bad i guess but rather get another make after watching that video but cannot really compare this lock to Brinks..they seem to charge a ridiculous premium on their similar products.
djbenny23/02/2020 09:01

that man is a genius. Every single master lock he picks can be done in a …that man is a genius. Every single master lock he picks can be done in a few seconds


I bought a lock picking kit just for a laugh and opened one of these very easily.
Any advice on a reasonably priced padlock that can't be broken into quite so easily please?
As with the majority of Master Locks, only use them to practice lock picking, never ever use them to secure anything.
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