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Squire gets tough

Published: 20 July 2018

The super-secure Combi-Bolt 5 by Squire is its toughest re-codable locking bolt, designed for work and home storage, say sthe company.

It features a steel bolt with a die-cast body and comes with five wheels for 100,000 re-codable combinations, and high pick resistance. Easy to use and install, there are no keys to lose and it replaces the need for a padlock and hasp & staple. Available in Squire blue or satin chrome, the patented Combi-Bolt 5 is designed for sheds, cupboards, storage areas, cabinets and lockers.

It can be operated one handed and its solid construction means it can withstand harsh outdoor environments. Squire’s Combi-Bolt family also includes Combi-Bolt3 and Combi-Bolt 4.


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