For younger students or those who have trouble memorizing combinations, letter locks serve as a great alternative to numbered padlocks. A letter combination lock offers the same protection, while providing more familiar combinations. Master Lock technology prevents picking and forcing, ensuring a reliable lock for years to come.
Combination padlocks with letters are a great alternative to numbered locks because they are easy to memorize. Instead of having to remember a number combination, students can use acronyms for combinations. Younger students can even program in their initials as the combination. If a combination is forgotten or needs to be reset, a control key allows teachers to quickly pop the lock.
Made with a heavy-duty, hardened steel housing and thick steel shackle, these locks are impact-resistant and resilient during consistent use. The shackle is also cut-resistant to ensure the locks can’t be snipped off by bolt cutters. Measuring 1-7/8” dia, these letter combination locks offer compact security across all applications. BlockGuard Anti-Shim technology prevents forced access. Locks also have an automatic scrambling feature to prevent reopening of lock after it’s re-secured.
All custom-keyed locks are specially made and not eligible to be returned. To add locks to a series that already exists, it’s important to specify the control number when ordering. This will allow for an existing control key to work with the new locks. When purchasing a new series of locks, it is recommended to purchase at least one control key.Reordering Locks