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Kensington K64637WW ClickSafe Keyed Laptop Lock

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  • Security in one step-simplified design protects computers with a click
  • Watch employee compliance rates rise! Click Safe makes security effortless
  • Tamper-proof disk-style lock combined with superior materials provide near-impenetrable protection
  • Super-strong steel cable, 5 feet long, provides the strongest physical security on the market
  • Attaches to laptop via the Kensington Security Slot found in 99% of computers
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  • Product Dimensions: 11 x 7 x 0.1 inches ; 7.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 7.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B004433ZG0
  • Item model number: K64637WW
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (126 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: August 19, 2010

Product Description

From the Manufacturer

Kensington Lock Comparison Chart
Kensington ClickSafe ClickSafe Master Keyed - On Demand ClickSafe Anywhere ClickSafe Twin MicroSaver Micro DS MicroSaver Retractable
ClickSafe ClickSafe Master Keyed -
On Demand
ClickSafe Anywhere ClickSafe Twin MicroSaver Micro DS MicroSaver Retractable
Model Number K64637WW K64663US K64661WW K64638WW 64068F K64590US K64538US
Key Type / Lock Type Flat / Disc Style Flat / Disc Flat / Disc Flat / Disc Round / Barrel Flat / Disc Round / Barrel
Security Anchor Locking
Security Slot / T-Bar Locking
Cable Length 6' 6' 6' & 4' 5' 8" 6' 6' 4'
Master Key Available
Number of Devices Secured 1 1 2 2 1 1 1
Lifetime Warranty

Product Description

One click for a secure workplace. The Kensington Click Safe Keyed Laptop Lock is designed for effortless protection of computers and your business's most important data. Locks attach to hardware in a single step. Just one click and it's secure. There's no need for employees to insert a key or follow multiple steps. Click Safe combines a cable made from superior materials with a tamper-proof disc-style lock to deliver the strongest security available in a cable lock. Cable is 5 feet long, 5 mm thick and carbon strengthened for extra protection. 2 keys are included with purchase. The “What’s in the Box” contents include: ClickSafe Security Cable w/Lock 2 Keys attached to Plastic FOB Plastic FOB Holds: 1 Security Anchor 1 Allen Wrench (The allen wrench is small and black, it is found on the backside of the keyring) Instruction Manual

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Customer Reviews

I like that it uses a key vs a combination.
DJ MinWah
I heard that the installation of the "nub" (where you attach the lock to your laptop) was straightforward and easy.
Acire
This locking mechanism of this lock is very quick and easy to use.
Mooshu

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122 of 124 people found the following review helpful By Matt S on December 17, 2010
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These notebook locks have been around forever, and I've used several different versions of notebook locks (i.e. combination locks and keyed locks). Some have been Kensington branded, some not...

I've always had 2 minor issues with notebook locks in general:

1. They're a hassle to put on & off
2. The lock doesn't alway fit tightly in the notebook (due to variations of the notebook lock 'slot' on different notebooks)

It looks like Kensington has solved my issues!

This new ClickSafe lock comes with a security anchor (their term) that you install in the 'slot' of your notebook. They provide the tools (all that's needed is a small allen wrench), and it literally takes a minute or less. Once installed, this little anchor looks like a nub on your notebook. It's unobtrusive and doesn't cause any issues putting my notebook in or out of my carrying case.

All that's needed to attach the lock to the notebook is pushing the lockhead onto the nub. Then your hear a "CLick!" and it's secured. (yes, I actually heard "Click!" with an exclamation point).

In short, there is no need to use a key or twist a combination to lock your notebook...you only need to use the key to UNLOCK the notebook (a concept so simple I wonder why it took them so long to come up with this). Of course, with any lock of this nature you still need to wrap the steel cable around something secure (it's like a bike lock, folks...very simple).

Also, the fit of the lock to your notebook is snug and secure...because the security anchor (aka 'nub') is affixed tightly to your laptop through the existing slot, and because the lock is designed to fit tightly onto the anchor, the fit is consistent every time. Plus, it just feels good and secure.
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88 of 100 people found the following review helpful By Kevin Kleinfelter on May 14, 2011
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The concept is great for most laptops, but if you have an aluminum MacBook, avoid this like the plague.

Since it adds a permanently mounted nub sticking out of the side of your laptop, if you slightly bump the side of your computer into your monitor or your desk, you'll get a big dent in your aluminum unibody MacBook. The aluminum in the unibody is pretty soft. Without the nub, bumps tend to get spread across a large surface area, particularly if you're using a "skin" case. But the nub sticks out beyond the case, and a minor bump will leave a surprisingly large dent.

With a normal security lock, you don't have a permanent nub sticking out, so when you're moving your laptop there's nothing to bump.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Pratik88 on March 10, 2011
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Great lock and works similar to others sold by Kensington. The difference is the permanent "stub" you screw in for the "snap on" lock. It sticks out about half a CM which isn't a big deal to most people but if you have a tight fit laptop bag or case it might cause a problem. Snap on lock saves time and I don't have to get my key out every time I want to lock it up. Of course you do need the key to unlock it so if you're going to the library don't forget the key.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By B. R. Leach on July 25, 2011
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Having spent several hours looking up various laptop locks, reading and even viewing reviews, and considering the pros and cons listed, I decided on purchasing this one. I wanted laptop thief deterance for 5 to 10 minute absences, with the assurance I can get it on and back off (when I want to leave), without attracting too much attention.

It offered keys; usually a superior system. Too many combinations reported as sloppy or jamming: users who set a combination then can't get them to work. And these keys were reported as unique, not the kind that some reported as allowing a master to open them. I didn't like the reviews where some locks were so easy to pick. (they even had videos.) Plus, having 2 keys offered security in that if I couldn't find one, I'd know where I put the other one. A drop of oil or WD40 in the lock right off solves keys reported to stick or wont' turn.

The nub you initially set on the computer is nice and tight, allowing a snap of the lock on and off. It feels tight and secure. Plus this product seems a newer generation of design. I think they solved some of the prior problems.

The 6 foot cable is adequate. It will halt a santch & grab, while you pop up to the counter or restroom. People who criticized about wire cutters, or hours without oversight are being unreasonable. Once the nub is on the laptop, the whole system (sans keys) is one piece and coils up/fits into a pack or carry case. it goes on and off fast and easy.

Price was slightly higher than the middle, but, you get what you pay for, it's been worth it so far. My laptop has always been there when I hustle back in either the library or coffee shop.

Addendum: More than a year later, I'm still satisfied.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By L.I. Chris on May 18, 2013
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Yes, if you have a problem rotatating the little nub after sticking it into the adhoc slot in your laptop's case, it may be due to its thickness.. not a bad thing per se. That's pretty much what happened to me with a Lenovo ThinkPad W701... There was no way I could rotate this smallish metal thingy 90 degrees.. indispensable preliminary installation step before you can proceed to use the mini-wrench to secure it to the laptop's case. That got me rather annoyed and I was going to send the whole package back to amazon.. but then after cooling down a bit.. I started to think that this didn't make sense.. ThinkPads are not a rare exotic commodity and Lenovo being quite popular in the entreprise world.. they're not likely to make laptops with non-standard Kensington slots.. Maybe there was a way to use that micro allen wrench to loosen the thing up a bit... By "micro allen wrench", I mean, this miniature tool that is meant to let you secure the nub to the laptop's case by applying a few clockwise turns, of course.. Now, how about doing the opposite.. turning it COUNTERCLOCKWISE...? Tried that and sure enough, about a couple of turns later, I tried inserting the little nub inside the slot again... and it DID THE TRICK..! This time I was able to rotate it 90 degrees alright...! I didn't see a note or warning to this effect in the "technical documentation" that comes with the contraption, so I thought I'd mention it just in case... might help folks who are as hopelessly untechnical as I am.. As to the review proper, the product appears to be of excellent quality and pretty much as advertised. I'll take away one star to make Kensington pay for below-par documentation and the resulting aggravation and time wasted..!
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