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Yale Platinum Brass Single Euro Cylinder lock, (L)80mm

Yale Platinum Brass Single Euro Cylinder lock, (L)80mm

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Product information

This 80mm euro cylinder lock features corrosion resistant brass construction and is ideal as a replacement cylinder.

  • Guarantee - 10 years
  • Anti-bump, anti-drill, anti-pick & anti-snap
  • Only fixings included
  • Comes with 2x keys and 1x 50mm M5 screw
  • Suitable for Composite, uPVC & timber

Features and benefits

  • Yale Platinum 3 Star Euro Profile Cylinder is a TS007 3 star Kitemarked Anti-Snap security product to provide maximum security against known cylinder attack methods
  • In addition to Anti-Snap technology this cylinder also has Anti-bump, Anti-pick, Anti-drill and Anti-screw protection
  • Flat reversible dimple key with stylish nylon key bow and key card for easy code identification and key duplication
  • Euro profile retrofit product
  • Secured by Design approved

Specifications

BrandYale
Product typeCylinder lock
Pack quantity1
Cylinder split size40/40
Cylinder typeSingle
Number of keys supplied3
Product length80mm
Product weight245g
StandardTS007:2014 3 star, BS EN 1303:2005
MaterialBrass
Model name/numberP-YS3-4040B
RangePlatinum
Product code5011802257573

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Good security price means nothing if burgled

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Sean1965 - 4 years ago

I didn't realise that when you get pvcu doors fitted the actual locks are useless, they are so easy to break into you might as well not bother with a lock at all. So it might be a bit more expensive to buy these locks but at least you can rest a little easier knowing you are more secure. One last point if you want best security you need to get the high security lock not the highest as the high actually supercedes the highest and is the latest and more secure out of them all as advised by a police officer.