Yale Door Security Bolts Brass - 2 Pack £7 @ Homebase
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Yale Door Security Bolts Brass - 2 Pack £7 @ Homebase

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Found 24th Jun 2016
These Yale door security bolts in brass are key operated concealed door bolts. The lock can only be operated from inside providing additional security, ideal for back doors. Yale recommended that 2 bolts are used per door and these are suitable for wooden doors.•Features: Mortice fixing with bolt throwing in to the door frame.
•Includes: 1 key
•Also available: White (566339)
•Fixings: Included
•Dimensions: (H)42, (W)61, (D)19mm
•Colour: Gold
•Effects and finish: Brass
•Guarantee: 2 Years
•Quantity in pack: 2
•Usage: Suitable for wooden doors.
•Fitting instructions: Please refer to the installation instructions included with the product
•Security level: Standard
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These are better than bolts, but a bit of a pain if the mechanism breaks. Had to cut through a few of these with a jigsaw, two of our own and one for a neighbour, fortunately without harming the doors.
melted

These are better than bolts, but a bit of a pain if the mechanism breaks. … These are better than bolts, but a bit of a pain if the mechanism breaks. Had to cut through a few of these with a jigsaw, two of our own and one for a neighbour, fortunately without harming the doors.



To be fair, you're not really selling me on these...
melted

These are better than bolts, but a bit of a pain if the mechanism breaks. … These are better than bolts, but a bit of a pain if the mechanism breaks. Had to cut through a few of these with a jigsaw, two of our own and one for a neighbour, fortunately without harming the doors.



​You managed to cut 3 of these with a jigsaw without damaging the doors?! Now that's definitely not a way to sell security locks! oO
beeb123

​You managed to cut 3 of these with a jigsaw without damaging the doors?! … ​You managed to cut 3 of these with a jigsaw without damaging the doors?! Now that's definitely not a way to sell security locks! oO



I had to cut through the bolt from the inside where you can see it in the gap between the door and the jam, the front stop edge of the frame molding is in the way on the outside.

The rack the key engages had snapped off in all three cases so the doors couldn't be opened. Providing the bolts slide freely they should be ok, but if the door warps in damp weather making the bolt slightly stiff, then they may eventually break, or at least that's what happened to one of mine on a couple of occasions and to one of my neighbours.

Got plastic doors now, with those ill designed eurolocks.
Edited by: "melted" 25th Jun 2016
u dont need this. Brexit will lock us better.
Edited by: "Jo444" 25th Jun 2016
Jo444

u dont need this. Brexit lock us better.



Another Brexiteer with a poor command of the language they're apparently so proud of. This seems to be a common theme.
Dont get these locks. You can use a tweezer to open the doors with these locks!!
SteveDave4

Another Brexiteer with a poor command of the language they're apparently … Another Brexiteer with a poor command of the language they're apparently so proud of. This seems to be a common theme.


It was mean ironically mate..
Jo444

It was mean ironically mate..




Oh dear...
prettycherry

Dont get these locks. You can use a tweezer to open the doors with these … Dont get these locks. You can use a tweezer to open the doors with these locks!!



They're not locks They're (mortice) bolts, they're more secure than surface bolts because they're set into the door rather than held by screws which can pull out if the door is kicked in, and also because they need a tool to open them.

Edited by: "melted" 25th Jun 2016
SteveDave4

Another Brexiteer with a poor command of the language they're apparently … Another Brexiteer with a poor command of the language they're apparently so proud of. This seems to be a common theme.



The irony. You ended a sentence in a preposition.
melted

Got plastic doors now, with those ill designed eurolocks.



Yeah, won't be using any of those once we're out of the EU 8-)
3guesses

Yeah, won't be using any of those once we're out of the EU 8-)




Yeah, you wont have a back door by the time Tory austerity kicks in with a recession and a several billion pound legal exit & new trade bill drops.




Simply abolishing child benefit for those who get tax credits would have paid that 10 billion to the EU every year, and no yearly rises unlike child benefit.



The United Kingdom may end up being N.I and Scotland because each own a quarter - a vote out EU has also the purpose of out of the UK and thus Commonwealth they want to forge relationships with, but dont bank on the politicians telling you any of the above.



seaniboy

Yeah, you wont have a back door by the time Tory austerity kicks in with … Yeah, you wont have a back door by the time Tory austerity kicks in with a recession and a several billion pound legal exit & new trade bill drops.Simply abolishing child benefit for those who get tax credits would have paid that 10 billion to the EU every year, and no yearly rises unlike child benefit. The United Kingdom may end up being N.I and Scotland because each own a quarter - a vote out EU has also the purpose of out of the UK and thus Commonwealth they want to forge relationships with, but dont bank on the politicians telling you any of the above.



Hmmm... Do I detect an air of dissatisfaction?
3guesses

Hmmm... Do I detect an air of dissatisfaction?


36% vote does not win anything


Then again I'm lucky, my country has a choice to throw a real referendum to become independent and stay in the EU where a 36% no vote would not be allowed

Child passported benefits have bankrupt the UK, not working adults of any birth status, most of those in receipt of such benefits voted out instead of realising they bankrupt the country and now second generation tax credit state dependent parents cant get houses and state nursery places and youth unemployment is high, let the Tories sell England down the river just like the NHS - instead of them & Labour telling you the electorate the truth - Child Tax Credits were never affordable at 3 x the cost of Child Benefit, but Labour got a expensive vote winner and the Tories would not remove them as a second term would not be ALL at the expense of the country and its people.


Education and free childcare centres ends poverty for those who can work (without being benefit penalised for overtime) at a third of the cost of CTC, access to a NHS 'direct employee' dentist and GP surgery staff on site with a social work team there, integration!... Education and Community Centre's for putting children first not parents state funded bank accounts.


Those on CTC who moan about austerity cuts that dont work want to try to live off Jobseekers and child benefit again instead of keeping it ontop of CTC.



The Tories and Labour have failed this country many decades, now they are failing it again.



UK has gone to the dogs, long term Tory and Labour did that, and continue too...
these are terrible, start jamming up after a while
seaniboy

36% vote does not win anythingThen again I'm lucky, my country has a … 36% vote does not win anythingThen again I'm lucky, my country has a choice to throw a real referendum to become independent and stay in the EU where a 36% no vote would not be allowed :)Child passported benefits have bankrupt the UK, not working adults of any birth status, most of those in receipt of such benefits voted out instead of realising they bankrupt the country and now second generation tax credit state dependent parents cant get houses and state nursery places and youth unemployment is high, let the Tories sell England down the river just like the NHS - instead of them & Labour telling you the electorate the truth - Child Tax Credits were never affordable at 3 x the cost of Child Benefit, but Labour got a expensive vote winner and the Tories would not remove them as a second term would not be ALL at the expense of the country and its people.Education and free childcare centres ends poverty for those who can work (without being benefit penalised for overtime) at a third of the cost of CTC, access to a NHS 'direct employee' dentist and GP surgery staff on site with a social work team there, integration!... Education and Community Centre's for putting children first not parents state funded bank accounts. Those on CTC who moan about austerity cuts that dont work want to try to live off Jobseekers and child benefit again instead of keeping it ontop of CTC. The Tories and Labour have failed this country many decades, now they are failing it again. UK has gone to the dogs, long term Tory and Labour did that, and continue too...



So basically you're upset about the catastrophic mismanagement of the UK economy by New Labour - principally Gordon Brown (one of your fellow countrymen?) and Ed Balls - and that David Cameron's Governments have failed to rectify this mess in an appropriate way?
3guesses

So basically you're upset about the catastrophic mismanagement of the UK … So basically you're upset about the catastrophic mismanagement of the UK economy by New Labour - principally Gordon Brown (one of your fellow countrymen?) and Ed Balls - and that David Cameron's Governments have failed to rectify this mess in an appropriate way?


Yup, screw the long term country over short term gain of being in office.

Tax credits were a vote winner, for that reason Tory won't remove them.



Tax credits have taken money out the NHS and education and bred a new breed of HMRC staff costs, like the DWPs was affordable to begin with lol!
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