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Yale BS2 British Standard Nightlatch 40mm or 60mm - Chrome for £21.90 @ Homebase (+10 years guarantee)
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Yale BS2 British Standard Nightlatch 40mm or 60mm - Chrome for £21.90 @ Homebase (+10 years guarantee)

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Posted 24th JulLocalEdited by:"idontflycathay"
Good quality nightlatch attractively priced

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In store / free c&c subject to availability like all Homebase offers


The Yale British Standard Nightlatch is Kitemarked to BS3621:2007 and is recommended by Insurance Companies and the police. Offering the maximum level of security, this lock features a TS007 1 high security rim cylinder with cylinder guard, a 20mm bolt for increased strength, an internal lockable handle and anti-drill, anti-pick, anti-bump and anti-carding protection.


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Is this ok for daytime use? Good price for the quality
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Is this ok for daytime use? Good price for the quality
Very good lock
If you want brass finish and can find any stock they are £12.
Lee821024/07/2019 12:46

If you want brass finish and can find any stock they are £12.


Can you put the link here pls?
Good timing need a new one, ordered thanks
OOS, all stores near my home.
If an old Yale nightlatch is already fitted, would this be a case of unscrewing the old one and screwing in this one? No drilling required or it is likely to have a different template for where the fixing holes need to go?

Talking about a 40mm to 40mm swap.

Not much hassle drilling but the easier life the better!
Is there a new more secure model coming out; or Homebase is just no longer going to stock these?
Are these really secure?
Good lock, comes in that sealed plastic stuff which scratches and marks the lock making them look tatty when you unpack them,mine looked seriously second hand when I removed it.
malm24/07/2019 16:59

Good lock, comes in that sealed plastic stuff which scratches and marks …Good lock, comes in that sealed plastic stuff which scratches and marks the lock making them look tatty when you unpack them,mine looked seriously second hand when I removed it.


Why did you buy 1 if you say there not very good locks?
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thetarget24/07/2019 14:43

If an old Yale nightlatch is already fitted, would this be a case of …If an old Yale nightlatch is already fitted, would this be a case of unscrewing the old one and screwing in this one? No drilling required or it is likely to have a different template for where the fixing holes need to go?Talking about a 40mm to 40mm swap.Not much hassle drilling but the easier life the better!



You might need to chop out a bit more on the frame to fit the new keeper into place. Also, these are very thick and kind of 'clasp' around the edge of the door. I had to break out the chisels and mallet to fit one, even though it was in theory a straight replacement.

It's a really good quality automatic dead-locking night latch. Amazing price if you can find one in the size you need.
Edited by: "89quidyoucantgowrong" 24th Jul
89quidyoucantgowrong24/07/2019 17:09

You might need to chop out a bit more on the frame to fit the new keeper …You might need to chop out a bit more on the frame to fit the new keeper into place. Also, these are very thick and kind of 'clasp' around the edge of the door. I had to break out the chisels and mallet to fit one, even though it was in theory a straight replacement.It's a really good quality automatic dead-locking night latch. Amazing price if you can find one in the size you need.


As answered above but you will also need a 8mm and 13mm wood drill bit for the cylinder pull.
Bridgend and Newport still have them in stock.
The store I reserved at yesterday, showing 1 in stock... actually had it. Not only that, it had a resealed pack too. I just took the sealed one which had been reserved for me. Queueing up to pay seemed like an eternal task. Bit strange I couldn't pay at the collection place.
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