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Smith & Locke Brass Cylinder Open shackle Padlock (W)60mm for £1 @ B&Q (in-store)
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Posted 3rd AugPosted 3rd Aug
On offer for £1 and available in-store. Same lock appears to cost £9.99 at Screwfix This Smith & Locke cylinder brass padlock can be used to keep your outdoor use, storage,… Read more
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TheDeepDarkNight

I was waiting for LPL to turn up :)

locksmith

Probably worth a pound but I wouldn't use it to secure more than a pounds worth of gear either!

RonM

Having just had locked up bike stolen.. Where is info on security of these or durability (eg rust proof)?

richardsim7

Hope it's not the same as this :D

miclyn57

Another wild goose chase none in stock as usual

Amtech T0765 50mm Long Shackle Weatherproof Padlock at Amazon for £3.96 Prime (+£3.49 non Prime)
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Posted 2nd AugPosted 2nd Aug
9mm hardened steel shackle (plastic coated) Durable weatherproof body Durable brass barrel with protective cover Supplied with 4 keys Ideal for many security applications
trannyboy

Oil.....your cheap and available friend.....

batezy

These are very easy to break. The longer the hinge the better. They really aren’t suitable for putting on anything valuable to deter a thief but they would be good for securing items such as ladders so they don’t fly off your van. All in all a good price so 🔥

danflorin3

Unavailable...

maxmix

Rusted after 4 months on an outdoor storage box and seal does not keep lock water type, lock ended up seized... Spend a couple of quid more and get something decent if it's for outdoors, inside you will be fine ;) maxmix

kidrock123

Agreed. We have the same lock on our garden gate and it appears quite durable.

MASTER LOCK Heavy Duty Disc Padlock [Combination] [Stainless Steel] [Outdoor] M40EURDNUM - £8 (+£4.49 non-Prime) @ Amazon
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Posted 24th JulPosted 24th Jul
About this item Multiple padlock applications: For indoor and outdoor use; stainless steel discus padlock is ideal used for self storage units, sheds, trailers, moving trucks, vans… Read more
Dodge62

If you've got a decent size chain with two links through this, there's no space for combi spanners to get in there. As far as I can see, Lockpicking Lawyer has never done this particular padlock, so I'm not sure how easy it is to attack. I do enjoy watching LPL's YouTube videos, but I'm not sure how sensible it is to tell the world how to pick any specific lock. It would seem the safest approach is to buy any lock that he HASN'T featured.

virgil47

It appears most "whingers" are actually "whinging" about the quality of the materials used for manufacture and it's ability to withstand the weather and still function as as a padlock that's capable of being unlocked. Most padlocks will succumb to the old 2 x combination spanner trick so I think the pickability is almost irrelevant!

EBGBS

I do think it is helpful to point to such resources but within context. Bolt cutters will cut off most padlocks. So is it best to not have a lock? Of course it isn't. If you need something more secure then you can pay much more and get something much more secure. But even then people could break in to your house, threaten you and steal the keys. I probably shouldn't of used the term 'whinging' though, so sorry.

greenant

There is an expert on YT who tries various locks to see how easy they are to open. I’d hardly call referring to a knowledge source as “whinging” but cheers for the dismissive remark all the same. A deal need not exist in an echo chamber of ignorance.

EBGBS

Exactly this. I posted it as my first deal. So many people whinging about the quality and lock pick-ability. Truth is any where is breakable. Heck look at Hatton Garden. It's about being a deterent. If you've got diamonds hidden. Clearly don't use this lock. If you've got a few spare pieces of wood in your shed. Its not too bad. Hate to break it to people... but even in the digital world all that's breakable. eBay, LinkedIn, Microsoft (windows), Yahoo. They've all been hacked too.

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EPSON 3581 Padlock Black Ink Cartridge £6.38 delivered with code at Currys PC World
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Posted 24th JulPosted 24th Jul
The Epson C13T35814010 3581 Padlock Black Ink Cartridge is smudge, water, and highlighter resistant across all 2600 pages of printing. Compatible printers - Epson WF-4720 … Read more
willknot

i thought this was for a padlock

MusicmanJP

Would this be good to lock up my bike?

Cheddar

Me neither (annoyed)

pinkchick1987

Code isn’t working for me?

Smith & Locke Brass Cylinder Open shackle Padlock (W)60mm - £3 + free Click & Collect @ B&Q
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Posted 17th JulPosted 17th Jul
On Amazon at £8.90 https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B079HYHFWC? This Smith & Locke cylinder brass padlock can be used to keep your outdoor use, storage, gates and toolboxes safe.… Read more
Dnallov

Bought these on amazon last year, and was initial impressed by the feel and weight but rusted within a week, started to stick after 2 weeks. They are completely unsuitable for outdoor use IMO Returned for a full refund. Replaced with some Masterlocks which have lasted the test of the weather in the past year and feel sturdy I love the lock picking expert channel, but it just showcases his fantastic skill (and also shines a light on the frankly comic "locksmith" trader who simply drill out any lock they are confronted by) - most locks are pick-able in some way, but the same locks simply provide immediate protection against opportunists. Anyone who really wants to get in my wooden shed, is likely going to succeed (but will have to get past the alarm and CCTV alongside locked entrances which individually aren't Fort Knox quality, but together provides good protection for my property)

Halfaudio

If you care or bother about your shed and it's contents or even back gates then stop wasting your money on these kids locks please... They are cheap for a reason. Watch like the top comment says Lockpickinglawyer i have been watching him for a long time now and it still amazes me how cheap locks fool people.. Take care (y)

trannyboy

Also known as shutter locks, as used by shops to secure their roller shutters. As with many locks used outside grease or oil liberally, I put my shed lock in a sandwich bag with some car oil to make sure it stayed rust free prior to fixing to the door.

alwayslfc

Wd40 from new (y)

julieallen

Despite it saying 'outdoor' I bought 2 of these at the end of March and both have rusted, not so much that they don't work, but considering how little rain we've had, I guarantee they won't last over winter.

Snowmobile padlock £21.99 + £3.95 del @ XL moto
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Posted 1st JulPosted 1st Jul
I might need it one day.
simonmullan

If you know, you know. (highfive)

Lefty

Slow deal day huh?

patg2005

Why are they selling this here...Job lot picked up for peanuts and sold as a novelty for a tidy profit? By the look of the keys,not the best made lock...I'd stick with the usual suspects.

MonkeyMan90

This deal just sums up HUKD. A product which is used on something not one person owns in the UK has gone hot.

jsd74

Or use it as a family bike lock, it'll also hold up the 3 bikes so no need for a stand

Padlock - Password Builder - Free @ Apple App Store
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Posted 12th JunPosted 12th Jun
Padlock - Password Builder - Free @ Apple App Store
Padlock makes increasing the security of your iPhone or other devices easy. Instead of giving you an misleading percentage, Padlock gives you a rating from 1 to 10, and three tips … Read more
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Yale Y220/51/118/2 Weatherproof Open Shackle Padlock, 51mm, pack of 2, suitable for outdoor use £9.99 + £4.49 NP @ Amazon
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Posted 6th JunPosted 6th Jun
Yale Y220/51/118/2 Weatherproof Open Shackle Padlock, 51mm, pack of 2, suitable for outdoor use £9.99 + £4.49 NP @ Amazon
£9.99£14.9933% Free P&P FreeAmazon Deals
Needed a couple of decent locks already have a Yale on the front gate which is spot on couldn't resist a twin pack at this price. Yale Weatherproof padlock is a CEN graded padloc… Read more
androidavis

And yet, you can buy good padlocks that don’t readily rust up for years, and they don’t have the added protection of a plastic covering that this Yale has. The Yale is cheap though so at least it’s not loads of money down the drain. But keep the receipt so that in a couple of months time you can say it’s not good for outside when it struggles to work

Argyll68

No any wet oil makes bits stick to it causing excess wear. Always use graphite or special lock oil.

kevlhughes

I've had the same locks outside for 9 years. Occasionally they need a bit of oil in the top of the lock, and when I say occasionally not even once a year. Perhaps you got a bad batch or perhaps they have reduced in quality. The locks I got were a set of 3 and I got them as the same key fits all.

sangheili08

I bought one from wilko, will see how long and "healthy" will last the padlock

Bogami

Isn't it the other way round for old locks. I remember in the 1970s you used to get corrosion in locks, so WD40. Non corrosive material is so much better these days, hence no maintenence I can't quite remember what it is about graphite. I think it used to encourage oxidation of some nickel (I think) alloys.

Oxford hardcore xl motorcycle chain with padlock - £55.99 delivered at ebay qualitypartshouse
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Posted 30th AprPosted 30th Apr
Oxford hardcore xl motorcycle chain with padlock - £55.99 delivered at ebay qualitypartshouse
£55.99eBay Deals
I have been doing some research as I moved and want to keep my motorcycle secured I did not want to spend a fortune on an almax chain, after few hours I came to a conclusion that t… Read more
dark_shadow

After more research it seems they're both hardcore XL but one is the older version and one is newer that is gold secure and it has a 16mm shackle as opposed to 11mm. Both have different product codes.

how2

Your showing the better monster chain and lock which is £159.99 .Where this thread is showing the hardcore chain and lock for £89.99. The link I show is for the hardcore. They all look similar.

dark_shadow

Are you sure it's not this one? https://www.bennetts.co.uk/bikesocial/reviews/products/security/motorcycle-chains-and-locks/tested-oxford-monster-xl-chain-and-padlock-review Has a much better rating and in the top 10 above pragmasis which is really surprising. Not sure if it's newer?

how2

Here is the review by Bennett's bike https://www.bennetts.co.uk/bikesocial/reviews/products/security/motorcycle-chains-and-locks/tested-oxford-hardcore-xl-chain-and-padlock-review And the other tested locks. https://www.bennetts.co.uk/bikesocial/reviews/products/security/motorcycle-chains-and-locks/how-to-choose-the-best-motorcycle-security

jsd74

I bought an Oxford monster and another Oxford one whose name I can't remember back in 2000 and 2001 and still using them now. Fantastic quality. Maybe they moved to China afterwards hence now made of compressed kitkat foil. Ground anchor make sure u buy one with oil and rollers inside and no ground bolts but long glued threads instead. Naked chains and padlocks always susceptible to liquid nitrogen. Nylon ropes will seize bolt croppers and if they run through your bike and into an empty dog kennel it would take a brave thief to call fidos bluff

20-Piece Lock Pick Set with Transparent Training Padlock  - £13.97 Prime / £18.46 Non Prime sold by OnTimeFox and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Posted 12th AprPosted 12th Apr
20-Piece Lock Pick Set with Transparent Training Padlock  - £13.97 Prime / £18.46 Non Prime sold by OnTimeFox and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Lovely lock picking training set. Looks like a lot of fun to kill a bit of time in 'lock'down. Reviews are pretty good What Amazon says: ALL-INCLUSIVE LOCK PICKING SET: The Lo… Read more
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NibblyPig

Locks aren't that complex, it's mostly down to your skill/technique. Took me about 15 minutes as a noob to pick a door lock I bought on ebay identical to my own the first time I tried (having watched many videos on it over the months). Although it is easier when you're holding it in your hand as opposed to crouched down. If you did it every day then you'd probably get quite good at it. I reckon lockpicking lawyer could do it in 20-30 seconds.

1Sebastien

Was good enough for what it came with. It was my first time buying a lock pick kit and giving it a try. I initially placed a lot more force than was necessary, and mine did not bend. I can't image what force you must have used or what you tried to use it on. I am pretty satisfied for the price.

spannerzone

I got one of these and tried picking my door locks, as I could pick them easily I decided I needed better door locks! - it's actually quite a challenge and a puzzle and I'm sure many pick locks as a challenge and nothing more. I'd agree that this kit is painful to use, the metal handles and rivets do dig into your fingers and the picks break quite easily... as a first introduction to locks and their vulnerabilities, this is a handy kit.

teh.arn

And as legal as selling petrol.

john_chappell

Zzzzzzzzzzzz

Brass Small Padlocks with Keys for Luggage, lockers, Toolboxes, Cupboards, 20mm, 12-Piece £5.85 at Amazon sold by Bargain Hut Ltd.
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Posted 5th MarPosted 5th Mar
Brass Small Padlocks with Keys for Luggage, lockers, Toolboxes, Cupboards, 20mm, 12-Piece £5.85 at Amazon sold by Bargain Hut Ltd.
Amtech T0790 Brass Small Padlocks with Keys for Luggage, lockers, Toolboxes, Cupboards, Sports Bags, Transparent, 20mm, 12-Piece delivered for £5.85 at Amazon https://www.amazon.… Read more
Georgedeals

Good deal, One for each of my girlfriends chastity belts,

hells275

half the keys open the other locks..and put a small thin bit of metal like a nail file in them and the pop open and break they are no good to keep anything safe

Codelas

Ok but don't use travelling to the USA they will cut it leaving it unlocked

bananananana_

Well, the review isn't all good but I guess you get what you pay with this one

Smith & Locke Aluminium Cylinder Steel open shackle Padlock (W)24.5mm, Pack of 2 £3 C&C at B&Q (more in OP)
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Posted 27th FebPosted 27th Feb
Smith & Locke Aluminium Cylinder Steel open shackle Padlock (W)24.5mm, Pack of 2 £3 C&C at B&Q (more in OP)
These Smith & Locke cylinder aluminium padlocks can be used to keep your travel bags & luggage safe. Number of keys included - 4 How to use - Luggage & bags Featu… Read more
spannerzone

Good advice... you can open a zipped up case with a biro pen and re-zip and no one would ever know... fitting a lock is a pointless excercise. Just don't ever put anything valuable in a checked luggage case. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wpIJVWXsBBI

Besford

I just use zip ties. Discourages unauthorised tampering or accidental opening in transit but can be snipped off without damaging the luggage if authorities need a look. Never had them snipped though. If anyone really wants to open your luggage they'll just put a knife through it anyway. Don't put valuables in hold luggage!

xlxaiwa55xlx

No such thing as a decent TSA lock. Apart from how weak they are, you can just buy yourself a set of TSA keys that will open the cheapest to the most expensive TSA approved locks. You only need them if you don't want someone to know you've opened their case. If you're just interested in the contents, then a pen will do the trick

Maccabix

well guess your not european countries comment was a bit wrong then :P there's not really any good travel padlock the only security they offer is to the owner of the case.At best they hold the zip together

Pualle

Is the UK also included? Otherwise, regardless of your destination, you could still get your padlock snipped before departure or on your return.

Aldi - Security Solutions - Alarm Padlock (incl 3 keys & batteries) £4.99 at Aldi
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Posted 24th FebPosted 24th Feb
Aldi - Security Solutions - Alarm Padlock (incl 3 keys & batteries) £4.99 at Aldi
Keep your belongings safe with this strong and waterproof alarm padlock. Bring simple yet effective safety solutions into your life with this handy Security Alarm Padlock. Perfect … Read more
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heyhey99

Picked one up this morning

patrick.smith

Got one of these and a heavy duty bike lock after my sons bike got nicked, they are bloody loud when the thieving scumbags try to steal stuff at 3am. Always scares them off

rosalina1818

Thanks, but nothing really to lock up indoors.

stinkybeard

To be fair, they'll refund you if it fails. Maybe they have revised it since? If you are planning on using it somewhere dry it might be ok?

rosalina1818

Oh dear. I was about to get one. Thanks (highfive)

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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Posted 23rd FebPosted 23rd Feb
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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xlxaiwa55xlx

As with the majority of Master Locks, only use them to practice lock picking, never ever use them to secure anything.

neilc

Any advice on a reasonably priced padlock that can't be broken into quite so easily please?

grove39

I bought a lock picking kit just for a laugh and opened one of these very easily.

Bully

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.

cb-uk

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: https://nypost.com/2015/12/21/your-master-lock-doesnt-really-lock-anything-up/

Smith & Locke Aluminium Combination Steel Padlock (W)21mm Blue - £3 at B&Q (Free collection) More in OP
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Posted 10th FebPosted 10th Feb
Smith & Locke Aluminium Combination Steel Padlock (W)21mm Blue - £3 at B&Q (Free collection) More in OP
£3£540%B&Q Deals
Solid padlock for the money, also in red here Smith & Locke Brass Cylinder Steel open shackle Padlock (W)25mm, Pack of 2 Smith & Locke Aluminium Cylinder Steel op… Read more
Mr.Mac

I could not pick £1 bike lock either. Opened a £150 digi ingersoll lock with ease though.

tawse57

Seriously? I thought he had a good technique for breaking padlocks.

hot4459

He must be a very bad lock picker

Sawb

What? these are the only locks that have defeated the lock picking lawyer (cheeky)

hot4459

Bit of rubbish normally found inside Xmas cracker

Squire Warrior Steel Padlock 45mm £10.99 at Screwfix - Free collection available
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Posted 28th JanPosted 28th Jan
Squire Warrior Steel Padlock 45mm £10.99 at Screwfix - Free collection available
Solid lock at half price now. Product Details• Armoured steel body with soft feel cover • Double locking hardened boron shackle with satin chrome finish • 5-pin tumbler lock mecha… Read more
heyhey99

Decent looking lock, unfortunately mine is faulty as shackle doesnt disengage when the key is turned, undecided if I'll get a replacement or a refund, the core has got some security pins but can be picked and raked by anyone with relatively basic lock picking skills, it's okay at this price, wouldn't want to pay the full price for it though.

Smith & Locke Brass Closed Shackle Padlock 50mm £1.99 at Screwfix (Free collection)
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Posted 28th JanPosted 28th Jan
Smith & Locke Brass Closed Shackle Padlock 50mm £1.99 at Screwfix (Free collection)
£1.99£450%Screwfix Deals
Good price for this strong lock. Weather-resistant brass body with hardened steel closed shackle and corrosion-resistant inner. 3 keys supplied. 3 Keys Supplied Brass Cylind… Read more
Pisnahuj

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

Pisnahuj

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.....

zorbathegeek

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 :D

Logistics1968

Anyone got a decent set of bolt cutters?

heyhey99

Correct.

Rolson 4pc Combination Padlock £1.50 instore @ Sainsbury’s (Bedford)
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Rolson 4pc Combination Padlock £1.50 instore @ Sainsbury’s (Bedford)
Reduced from £5.00 to £4.00 on shelf, but scans at £1.50. Found in Sainsbury’s Bedford.
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raylist

I paid full price on these locks a while ago, I wouldn't use them again even if they're free.

zararh

Learning a lot on here

HerefordCiderApples

Yes, Really. I don't post fake news. Click the link. They are really easy to open.

Luke_Howard

Seriously, why are these locks rubbish... What info / knowledge is this based upon.

Quicklee

I reckon the packaging will be harder to open than these locks (lol)

Abus Premium 65 Brass Padlock 20mm £1.45 delivered at FFX
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Posted 9th JanPosted 9th Jan
Abus Premium 65 Brass Padlock 20mm £1.45 delivered at FFX
£1.45£4.4567%FFX Deals
Good price for this decent padlock. The padlock locking is automatic, it does not require a key. The body is made from solid brass with the inner components being produced fro… Read more
gta15

Hahaha that's what I get for just impulse buying, I thought this would do my shed, it's freaking tiny (lol) (lol)

xlxaiwa55xlx

Mine have already arrived and yup, they're tiny. Looking at the keyway, I'm not even sure my tensioners will fit, let alone my picks.

finknottle

Thanks OP, managed to order 4 in the end. They’re tiny but will be brill for suitcases and locking small stuff up temporarily.

tommyboy81

Yes i see youve expired it now. Thanks anyway, looked like a great deal

Tacavas

Expired, sorry

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