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Master Lock Steel 4-pin tumbler cylinder Open shackle Padlock (W)40mm

£9.73
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Product Details

Product Information

This Master Lock 4-pin tumbler cylinder steel padlock can be used to keep your gates safe.

  • Guarantee - Lifetime
  • Guarantee specifics - Manufacturer against mechanical defect
  • Number of keys included - 2

Features and Benefits

  • Laminated steel body, hardened steel shackle and thermoplastic cover

Technical Specifications

BrandMaster Lock
MaterialSteel
Corrosion resistantCorrosion resistant
Locking mechanism4-pin tumbler cylinder
Number of keys included2
SecurityGeneral
Shackle diameter10 mm
Shackle typeOpen shackle
WeatherproofWeatherproof
Shackle length25 mm
Model312EURD
Width (mm)40mm
Product code3520190092762

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1.8 / 5(5 reviews)

Waste of money

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CFU - 7 months ago

Lasted 2 months - and has corroded inside, key then snapped off, now have to use some bolt cutters to open the shed.
Useless.

Not fit for purpose!

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CKr26 - 1 year ago

Bought to secure gates - all have seized within 3months.
Not for for purpose!! Very disappointing!

Very secure

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Anonymous - 1 year ago

Very substantial, very secure, robust, waterproof and fits perfectly, good value

Don't bother

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Marshy1966 - 2 years ago

Bought a pack of three. Within 2 months 2 have completely seized.
Absolutely rubbish.

Corroded and seized within a month

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Cwworth - 3 years ago

I bought a triple pack of these 1 month ago, 1 for side gate, 1 for garage and 1 for rear gate. Today on trying to unlock the garage the key turned but the hasp had to be pulled open with a lot of force. The one on the gate too a lot to turn the key and then the hasp would not budge without a pry bar to lever it open. Both locks quite corroded in just a month. Pathetic for a lock that is supposed to be for outdoor use