|商品尺寸||23 x 16 x 10.8 厘米|
|型号 / 款号||630D|
Master Lock 630D Luggage Lock, Brushed Aluminum, 1-3/16-inch Wide
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- Brand New
- Officially Licensed
The Master Lock 630D has an updated look, with a sleek, brushed aluminum finish. This three-dial resettable combination has a 1,000 possible combinations. The 630 has 13/16-inch (30mm) wide case, 1/8-inch diameter shackle, and 3/8-inch horizontal shackle clearance.
Reset and Reuse This Versatile Lock From Master Lock
Great for Lockers
The Master Lock 630D is very easy to set the combination right out of the package, with three dials. It will open easily every time you use it.
Small in Size Big on Uses
The 630 has 13/16-inch (30mm) wide case, 1/8-inch diameter shackle, and 3/8-inch horizontal shackle clearance. It is 1-1/4 inches wide and 1-7/16-inches tall. It will fit in your pocket or right on the strap of your back pack or purse. You can take it everywhere and always have a way to secure your possessions.
Secure Bags Quickly and Easily
Use the 630D to secure you backpack closed. It will also work on lock boxes, gun cases, door hasps, and gates. This lock is small and secure.
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OK, Here's the update. Been using the second one for quite a while now, but I would not buy another one. If you change the #'s while it's unlocked/open it will change the combo! WTH? I need to be extremely careful to unlock it from a locker, relock it immediately, roll the #'s and put it away. It's absurdly easy to accidentally change the combo and then you're up a creek needing boltcutters. Compact, lightweight, but unfortunately a bad design.
I've been using these locks for over 20 years. I also have the four number version, but for specific purposes, I like this one better.
I have NEVER had one of these locks work loose or not unlock for me.
This lock is best when used for low security applications and applications that require "evidence of tampering."
I used it mostly for garden sheds, especially those with "wimpy" plastic hasp and easily pried open doors.
There is no keys to lose or to look after.
Be careful and remember the position of the detent that is used to set the combination. If you accidently depress the shackle in the open position into the detent and move the numbers, you will accidently close the lock on a new unknown combination.
If you do this on a four number combination lock, if would be more difficult to retrieve the actual combination. That's why I prefer the three number combination lock for low security applications.
The first time it happened to me, I went through the 1,000 or so possible combinations. It took about an hour.
Now, I have found that if it locks on an accidently set combination, I just try numbers close to my originally set combination. Retrieving the combination takes 10 minutes or so.
I have the original brass body ones. The combination changing detent is located 180 degrees from the locking position of the shackle.
On the newer aluminum body version, Master lock has redesigned it to be at the 90 degrees position, realizing that the lock is usually opened to the 180 degrees position and more readily accidently set.
Basically, for a specific purpose, I LOVE this lock. They work and last almost forever.