|Item Weight||6.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||7 x 4 x 2 inches|
|Item model number||1500iD|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||Limited Warranty|
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Master Lock 1500iD Speed Dial Combination Lock, Assorted Colors
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- Suggested uses, school, employee, athletic, storage lockers; cabinets, for indoor use only
- 2-inch (51mm) wide metal body can be opened one-handed without looking, for ease of use
- Matching pass code indicators, letters, numbers, colors, shapes, symbols are included for added customization, simply apply over arrows
- World's first combination lock that opens on up/down/left/right directional movements
- Hardened steel shackle for increased bolt cutter protection
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Easy to Open In Low Light
The patented 1500iD Speed Dial Set Your Own Combination Lock features a first of its kind design. It opens on directional movements up, down, left and right, instead of the traditional rotary dial, with numbers or letters. This means you no longer need to see tiny numbers in the locker room where light is low.
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The Master Lock 1500iD has anti-shim locking technology, this makes the lock more secure than traditional combination locks. The 1500iD is available in bright, high tech color choices, so it is easy to find in a locker room. The 1500iD Speed Dial Set Your Own Combination. Colors are randomly selected for each order at the time of shipment.
The lock is faster to open than traditional locks, more secure and customizable. Users can create their own easy to remember, resettable combination consisting of any number of movements in any sequence.
Top Customer Reviews
The code worked like a charm the first time but I wanted to make sure so I clamped down twice and inputted the code again. The combo didnt work. It took me 4 tries until I got it to open. It did this repeated for 5 mins. Just in case I reset the code back to the original code that came with it, unlocked it, then I relocked it and finally I inputted my custom code. I did this resetting several times. Finally I decided to shorten the code to just Up,UP,Down,Down,Right. Again I met with the same problems but I noticed that whenever I did repeated motions in the same direction it would sometimes not finish correctly.So I changed to the code to the simple Up,Down,Left,Right,Up,down,left,right combination. 5 times out of 10 the lock worked.(That was an improvement by the way). I then changed the left to up,down,left,right. Once I did that I noticed that 9 times out of ten the code worked. I didnt want to have that short of a code because someone would eventually get it if they just played around so I finally changed it to up,down,right,right,left. My code still does the double motion so sometimes it gets stuck but its complex enough that I can use it at the gym. So bascially remember two things: Keep the code short and try to avoid too many double motion combinations Ex. Right Right Left Left
What I find is you need to understand this lock to use it well.
Pressing on the shank resets the combination unlike normal master locks which are reset by turning several times. So if you hold the lock wrong while entering the combination you will be reseting it as you enter the combo and clearly it will not open.
Secondly, you need to be deliberate when entering the combination especially when setting a new combination. A little care will prevent you from miss entering the combo. If you realize you might have messed up while setting your own combination, reset it before relocking it and do it more carefully. You want to hold the button firmly and move the button in the direction and back to center. Don't just let it spring back to the center because sometimes it will spring back so hard it goes the other way registering another move. If you hold the button firmly as you enter the combo you will find you get much better accuracy. I can open my lock 100% of the time if I do this. When I first got the lock I thought everyone was right, I could only open it once in several tries. I was using my thumb to move the lock in the direction and letting it spring back. Now that I grab onto the button and move it in the direction and back I have no issues. I like to hold the lock in my left hand making sure I don't reset it by pressing up on the shank. Then I used a firm grip on the button with my right hand to open the lock.
One thing I like about this lock is you don't have to look at it while entering the combo.Read more ›
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So, I just bought this lock for use in hostels in an international trip I'm leaving for in two days. Two things attracted me to it:
-The security of having a new way to unlock a combination. (Thieves tend to stick to things they know, it's easier work)
-(ok there's a third)The fact that instead of numbers all I essentially have to memorize is a nintendo style cheat code! I'm 25, I mean holy eff, this lock was built for people like me!
BUT! I was dissapointed because just like about half of the reviewers here my lock would only actually unlock about once every 5-12 times I tried it. I looked on here to see if anyone had come up with a solution and didn't come accross any, so I just played with it for a bit.
Is your lock only opening some of the times no matter how many times you do the code right? Here's the solution (finally)!!!
Keep constant pressure on the middle button/joystick while you're doing it! That's it. Simple mechanical nuance. If you think about it, that's kind of a beautiful thing.
A few years of ipod touch screens have turned me from a button masher to a button tapper. Don't tap this sucker, MASH it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This lock is great!!! It basically works from muscle memory as you move the dial in your set combination of directions. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
These are great little locks once you get the hang of them. As others have noted: Follow the directions. Don't get in a hurry when you first set it up. Read morePublished 1 day ago by J. Stevenson
I've bought two of these locks from a big box retail store. The first ones combination did not work at all. Luckily I was still in the parking lot and exchanged it immediately. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Chris
feels flimsy and the slider sticks horribly. I set the combo in it and worked once and then I was never able to open it again.Published 6 days ago by henry fineberg
I bought it about a year ago or less, I can't open it anymore. At least it gave a warning, it gave me a difficult time to open it, so after that I didn't place in the locker door,... Read morePublished 6 days ago by ColombianGandhi
Just received this lock. Will give 5 stars later if it continues to work as good as now. Arrived when promised. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Katie J-S.
I have had many issues with the rotational combination locks but this seems much more robust and you can re-program the combination. Read morePublished 9 days ago by J.Park