Master Padlocks with Keyway

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The best padlock made is now even better, with BlockGuard anti-shim technology!

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The most trusted industry combination lock now features some of the best anti-tampering technology to prevent unwanted access.

Safe, Durable Design

Heavy-duty 1-7/8” dia stainless steel and exclusive BlockGuard anti-shim technology prevent tampering to the lock, while the 1" shackle features double-reinforced stainless steel construction to prevent cutting. All working parts are brass- or cadmium-plated steel to resist corrosion. A 3-number dial with an automatic scrambling feature makes locks easy to open. In the event a combination is forgotten; locks can be released by an administrator key.

Lock Options

  • Standard Locks. The most popular and classic way to secure lockers. These locks include a 3-digit combination ranging from numbers 1-39. This allows for many unique combinations for greater security.
  • SimpleCombos Locks. The same construction as a standard combination lock, except the 3-digit combinations are simple, easy-to-remember sequences ending in whole numbers or even increments (ex. 30-10-25). This is a great option for younger students who may have a harder time memorizing a combination.
  • Custom Locks. Standard locks that are personalized with different dial colors and school logo, name, or initials (in white only). Call to place a custom order. All custom-keyed locks are specially made and not eligible to be returned.

Ordering Specifications:

  • A minimum order of 15 is needed for Standard and SimpleCombos Locks; minimum of 100 for Custom Locks
  • Under Control Number, type in: New
  • A Control Key is needed to start a new series. Find this under Accessories (ordered with a new series only)

If you're adding locks to an existing series:

  • You must specify the lock color and Control Number when ordering. This will begin with the letter V, followed by 2-3 numbers.
  • This will allow for the existing control key to work with the new locks.
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