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Master Lock Excell - 'What Tough is today'

Added: 1 June 2011



Padlocks across the Master Lock Excell range (Laminated, Weatherproof, Brass Finish and Disc Padlocks) are available in TWIN and TRI Packs with keyed alike convenience, which simply means the same key in the multipack opens all the padlocks.

Master Lock Excell padlocks are packed with innovation and patented technology, which includes exclusive octagonal 'boron-carbide' shackles and dual ball bearing locking mechanisms.

Master Lock has also recently launched a number of new Excell padlocks to its range, which offer the strength and innovation that Excell padlocks have become synonymous for, but with an appealing brass finish.

All Master Lock Excell products come with a Lifetime Guarantee against mechanical failure.

To find out more contact Master Lock on 01787 222027.

About Master Lock
· Founded in 1921, Master Lock is the world's largest manufacturer of padlocks and a leading security innovator
· The first manufacturer to produce the laminated padlock, the international company now has a full range of security solutions, including the market leading Excell range.

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