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Smith & Locke Brass & Steel Open shackle Combination Padlock (W)50mm
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Smith & Locke Brass & Steel Open shackle Combination Padlock (W)50mm

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Product information

This Smith & Locke combination brass padlock can be used to keep your outdoor use, storage and toolboxes safe.

  • Locking mechanism - Combination
  • Suitable for Internal use

Features and benefits

  • Shackle material: Steel

Specifications

MaterialBrass
Model name/numberNL1150 (1081)
Product height51mm
Product thickness14.5mm
Product width50mm
Resistant to corrosionCorrosion resistant
Shackle diameter8mm
Shackle typeOpen shackle
StandardEN 12320
Product code3663602833956

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2.47 / 5(17 reviews)

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DIY engineer - 2 months ago

The padlock was difficult to open on a few occasions as it seemed to be too stiff to move the dials. It then wouldn’t open and had to be cut off.

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JDW2 - 3 months ago

Its not obvious but the instructions are in the plastic box bit in the packaging. Once you have them, you can open it!

Needs a packaging overhaul

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PadLockedOut - 5 months ago

After spending hours trying to break the code we finally worked out the *actual* packaging so thought it best to share to save anyone else our nightmare experience

not happy

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straff - 5 months ago

this lock seems the business until you try to use it , you cant get it open, i've tried 0000 no good then i've tried 1081 still no good,,b&q have waisted my time again with micky mouse stock

Rubbish

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SteveO900 - 9 months ago

Worked for three days, then just wouldn’t open..had to break it if.....which didn’t take a lot of effort to be honest, may as well have shoved a wedge of cheese in the gate instead!

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