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Weatherproof, robust security from Kasp

Published: 23 November 2018
 

Designed for use in extreme weather conditions, Kasp Security offers a great range of padlocks featuring higher levels of corrosion resistance. New to the robust, high security Kasp 135 Series is a 63mm long shackle padlock, ideal for locking through gates or locking with a chain.

This tough padlock features a strong laminated steel body and chrome plated hardened steel shackle, totally encased by an impact resistant, weatherproof, vinyl jacket. A durable 5 pin anti-pick cylinder is protected from dirt and moisture by a dust cap. Manufactured to the high standards for which Kasp is renowned, the new 135 Series 63mm padlock is also covered by a 10 year guarantee.

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