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Yale YP2/23/128/1G Locks YP2 Combination Padlock-Grey now £4.99 (Prime) + £4.49 (non Prime) at Amazon
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Yale YP2/23/128/1G Locks YP2 Combination Padlock-Grey now £4.99 (Prime) + £4.49 (non Prime) at Amazon

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Posted 7th Jul

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  • Visible Grey styling
  • Lightweight padlock Suitable For suitcases, travel bags and sports bags
  • 3 dial combination, can be reset when required by the user
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Great looking lock
I use these to lock my recycling bin outside
19DembaBa1907/07/2019 07:01

I use these to lock my recycling bin outside


where do you live? People stealing your recycling
ministrymason07/07/2019 07:56

where do you live? People stealing your recycling


I live on the main road and there are people walking around everyday and at night they just take the bin because it's expensive and it's outside the door
I don't get it. It's the normal price, three digit only and poor reviews. Where's the deal?
3 dials? About 2-4 minutes to open. Why would anyone buy this?
dimav8307/07/2019 08:59

3 dials? About 2-4 minutes to open. Why would anyone buy this?


A back pack... To stop anyone opening the zip whilst you are using public transport and it is on your back. That is the only purpose I can think of.
Yellow is £4.13 btw, given this is a minor deterrent, I would probably go for the yellow one.
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mccririck07/07/2019 10:06

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Yeah, no good if you are leaving your bag unattended. But if you are wearing it. You would like to think you would feel someone pulling at it and rotating the key combination on it.
hukd.don07/07/2019 09:30

A back pack... To stop anyone opening the zip whilst you are using public …A back pack... To stop anyone opening the zip whilst you are using public transport and it is on your back. That is the only purpose I can think of.


although it takes milliseconds to open a zip using a bic pen and completely bypass the lock. Still something is better than nothing I guess.
Edited by: "spannerzone" 7th Jul
spannerzone07/07/2019 10:45

although it takes milliseconds to open a zip using a bic pen and …although it takes milliseconds to open a zip using a bic pen and completely bypass the lock. Still something is better than nothing I guess.


Yeah nice guide for when you have accidentally left your own stuff in your own bag and happen to have lost the key to your own lock.
spannerzone07/07/2019 10:45

although it takes milliseconds to open a zip using a bic pen and …although it takes milliseconds to open a zip using a bic pen and completely bypass the lock. Still something is better than nothing I guess.


Same as a swift Stanley knife across the bottom of the bag. Nothing is perfect, if they really want it they are going to to take it. Would rather that Stanley knife is slit across my bag than my throat.
Edited by: "hukd.don" 7th Jul
hukd.don07/07/2019 10:52

Same as a swift Stanley knife across the bottom of the bag. Nothing is …Same as a swift Stanley knife across the bottom of the bag. Nothing is perfect, if they really want it they are going to to take it. Would rather than Stanley knife is slit across my bag than my throat.


Oh absolutely.... I mentioned as not everyone knows zips are so easily opened and closed again without any tools..
Zip ties would be more secure.
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