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Smith & Locke Brass Closed Shackle Padlock 50mm £1.99 at Screwfix (Free collection)
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Smith & Locke Brass Closed Shackle Padlock 50mm £1.99 at Screwfix (Free collection)

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Posted 28th Jan

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Good price for this strong lock.

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Weather-resistant brass body with hardened steel closed shackle and corrosion-resistant inner. 3 keys supplied.

  • 3 Keys Supplied
  • Brass Cylinder & Pins
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Hmmm!
Strong and brass not something you usually see in the same sentence. Likely a basic 4pin lock as well, so cheap lock, yes, but only suitable for use on something you are not that serious about securing.
Check out the Lock picking Lawyer on youtube, you'll never trust a lock again
Locks are there to keep honest people out, they won't be a deterrent to the criminally determined.
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Looks a decent design that would hamper any attempt to break it open with spanners
All gone again sob
Strong and brass not something you usually see in the same sentence. Likely a basic 4pin lock as well, so cheap lock, yes, but only suitable for use on something you are not that serious about securing.
Grabbed this today , for use in the gym for locker .
Well worth £2 .
But I wouldn't have it on my shed .
Combination locks are much easier for lockers, so you don't have to worry about carrying a key around with you.
Check out the Lock picking Lawyer on youtube, you'll never trust a lock again
simonduddy28/01/2020 11:40

Check out the Lock picking Lawyer on youtube, you'll never trust a lock …Check out the Lock picking Lawyer on youtube, you'll never trust a lock again


Nothing on one, two is binding. And we're in.
MissLaraCroft28/01/2020 12:51

Nothing on one, two is binding. And we're in.


Using the tool Bosnian Bill and I Made lol
Hmmm!
Ordered few, thanks Op
heyhey9928/01/2020 14:31

Hmmm! [Video]


BRAVO! That's the fastest HUKD video review I've ever seen. I'll give a pass I think.
Got this for my side gate at house.
simonduddy28/01/2020 11:40

Check out the Lock picking Lawyer on youtube, you'll never trust a lock …Check out the Lock picking Lawyer on youtube, you'll never trust a lock again


I've been picking for about 6 months now since I got on to the LPL and I bought a few of these for practice and they are so flimsy compared to master lock and various other lock brands.

Some of them don't even seem to need actual picking. At least 3 of the dozen I bought just rake open with a couple of passes. OK for a gym locker but I suspect they'd twist open with a small screwdriver as a bit of a caveat emptor for anyone wondering about putting th on a shed or a lockup etc.
Locks are there to keep honest people out, they won't be a deterrent to the criminally determined.
daanuk28/01/2020 16:28

I've been picking for about 6 months now since I got on to the LPL and I … I've been picking for about 6 months now since I got on to the LPL and I bought a few of these for practice and they are so flimsy compared to master lock and various other lock brands. Some of them don't even seem to need actual picking. At least 3 of the dozen I bought just rake open with a couple of passes. OK for a gym locker but I suspect they'd twist open with a small screwdriver as a bit of a caveat emptor for anyone wondering about putting th on a shed or a lockup etc.


Only one pin needs to be picked on this , the fifth pin, the rest are superfluous.
heyhey9928/01/2020 16:56

Only one pin needs to be picked on this , the fifth pin, the rest are …Only one pin needs to be picked on this , the fifth pin, the rest are superfluous.


Probably why a newbie like me found them so easy
Let's be honest, it will deter most people. If they want to be in somewhere needing this padlock, they'll be in regardless. The convenience for me is my old one doesn't take 5 mins to open as it was rusted inside.
heyhey9928/01/2020 14:31

Hmmm! [Video]


It is fine he is professional. 99% of population won’t open it with the keys provided.
Indeed!
simonduddy28/01/2020 11:40

Check out the Lock picking Lawyer on youtube, you'll never trust a lock …Check out the Lock picking Lawyer on youtube, you'll never trust a lock again


LPL "Hello and what I have for you today is a £2 padlock that's sold in the UK from a retailer called Screwfix. In case you're all wondering why today's video is only 18 seconds long including all the preamble intros and closure comments it's because 17.5 seconds is for the pleasantries and the remaining 0.5 seconds will be spent opening this lock."That's all I have for you for today. Take care, till next time. Goodnight.
Edited by: "neilcaldwell" 28th Jan
yozzman123428/01/2020 10:09

Grabbed this today , for use in the gym for locker .Well worth £2 .But I …Grabbed this today , for use in the gym for locker .Well worth £2 .But I wouldn't have it on my shed .


What’s in there
Going_Digital28/01/2020 08:38

Strong and brass not something you usually see in the same sentence. …Strong and brass not something you usually see in the same sentence. Likely a basic 4pin lock as well, so cheap lock, yes, but only suitable for use on something you are not that serious about securing.


Still more than enough to keep the missus chained in the kitchen.
Any recommendations for a shed lock please?
richh28/01/2020 19:23

Teal'c?


I am leaving. You are about to explode.

greencat28/01/2020 16:31

Locks are there to keep honest people out, they won't be a deterrent to …Locks are there to keep honest people out, they won't be a deterrent to the criminally determined.

Honest people wouldn't be trying to nick stuff would they?
rodman28/01/2020 17:37

It is fine he is professional. 99% of population won’t open it with the k …It is fine he is professional. 99% of population won’t open it with the keys provided.


Nothing professional about raking a padlock!
heyhey9928/01/2020 14:31

Hmmm! [Video]


I'm more of a "The Lockpicking Lawyer" type of viewer.
jay129/01/2020 00:01

Nothing professional about raking a padlock!


Correct.
Anyone got a decent set of bolt cutters?
Tacavas28/01/2020 21:58

Squire Warrior Steel Padlock


No reviews but found one on a different sized model

" Bought this padlock recently and the part that is supposed to protect the shackle has parted company from the body of the padlocked. So all a thief needs to do is hit padlock with a hammer, remove the shackle protection and cut shackle with bolts cutters or a grinder. Although the basic padlock still works the extra security is a waste of time. Not worth the money. "

Sounds like a lot of work to be fair
This is the only company that i wouldn't touch and trust with any type of security after burning myself a few times before. Please don't.....
simonduddy28/01/2020 11:40

Check out the Lock picking Lawyer on youtube, you'll never trust a lock …Check out the Lock picking Lawyer on youtube, you'll never trust a lock again


Dude hi is an absolute master at that but yes i do feel like that myself..
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