BEST PADLOCK

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  • Top WaterTop Water Posts: 62 Greenhorn
    There are different padlocks for different applications, but for remote outdoor locales, Abloy would be one of my top choices
  • TowersTowers Posts: 681 Officer
    I use a Brinks on my padlock for my boat... the other day i noticed some crows packing at my Brinks lock.... They used all the gas
    in my boat...
  • FishInFLFishInFL Posts: 1,942 Captain
    What's going to be in the container?
  • mustang190mustang190 Posts: 9,203 Admiral
    Padlocks keep honest people honest. 
    2013 Pathfinder 22 TE , 150 Yamaha,
  • pottydocpottydoc Posts: 2,004 Captain
    jad1097 said:
    tmrpr wrote: »
    Yes, it looks like a hockey puck with the bolt on the back. Can't think of the name of them. I used to use them all of the time on cone boxes.

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    http://lockitt.com/Lockitt/product/SPHP/HPMA770.html

    770wlock_350.jpg

    http://lockitt.com/TrailerDoorLocks.htm
    That's as good as you can get with a padlock. But just a minor issue when the theives show up with a plasma cutter. I've had that happen a couple times.
  • TarponatorTarponator Under a BridgePosts: 9,856 Admiral
    edited June 13 #37
    Top Water said:
    Abloy is one of the best locks in the industry. They are manufactured by the Abloy Assa group who also owns Medeco. They are pick proof, drill proof, and have a lifetime warranty. Locking Systems International in Orlando is the Abloy distributor for the Southeast. Check out their website at www.lockingsystems.com or their buy online site is www.lsidepot.com
    When I did research on locks for my home, I decided on Medeco.  I've not looked into Abloy. 

    Do you think Abloy is better/worse that Medeco?  Or are they for different applications (Medeco=home, Abloy=padlock)?

    Thanks...Mike
  • Gary SGary S Posts: 672 Officer
    If you are that concerned and you have a alarm on it, it must be holding something worth stealing. You might want to hire a guard to watch it.
  • tailingendloop77tailingendloop77 Posts: 779 Officer
    Chain a pit bull to the hasp, put a 5 gal bucket nearby... he can feed on prospective thieves
  • surfmansurfman WC FLPosts: 3,852 Captain
    jad1097 said:
    tmrpr wrote: »
    Yes, it looks like a hockey puck with the bolt on the back. Can't think of the name of them. I used to use them all of the time on cone boxes.

    Sent from my SCH-I545 using Tapatalk


    http://lockitt.com/Lockitt/product/SPHP/HPMA770.html

    770wlock_350.jpg

    http://lockitt.com/TrailerDoorLocks.htm
    My friend had that set up on a container that he has at his camp on the Suwanee the thieves used a huge pry bar and just popped it right off. They did the same thing to the tongue lock on the trailer he had, cleaned him out. Fortunately they were eventually caught, had a warehouse full of stolen stuff in Georgia. He got some of his stuff back. If a thief wants it he will get it, locks are for honest people. Good luck.
    Tight Lines, Steve
    My posts are my opinion only.
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