|Item model number||K64638WW|
|Item Weight||9.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||11 x 0.1 x 7 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||11 x 0.1 x 7 inches|
Kensington K64638WW ClickSafe Keyed Twin Laptop Lock
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- Security in 1-step, simplified design protects computers and peripherals with a click
- ClickSafe makes security effortless
- Tamperproof, disk-style lock combined with superior materials provide near-impenetrable protection
- NOTE: Not compatible with several 2016 Dell laptops and tablets including some Inspiron, Latitude, Venue, XPS, and Chromebook 13 models that use the Noble lock slot. Please review your device’s technical specifications.
- Security in one step-simplified design protects computers and peripherals with a click
- Watch employee compliance rates rise! ClickSafe makes security effortless
- Tamper-proof disk-style lock combined with superior materials provide near-impenetrable protection
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|Item Dimensions||0.1 x 11 x 7 in||2 x 7.5 x 8.5 in||6 x 1 x 7 in||6.5 x 2 x 8.65 in||7.1 x 7.2 x 1.5 in||0.75 x 0.79 x 0.43 in|
One click for a secure workplace. The Kensington ClickSafe Keyed Twin Laptop Lock is designed for effortless protection of computers, peripherals 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. ClickSafe combines a cable made from superior materials with a tamper-proof disc-style lock to deliver the strongest security available in a cable lock. Includes two 5 foot carbon-strengthened cables with lock heads, and 2 keys.
From the Manufacturer
|Kensington Lock Comparison Chart|
|ClickSafe||ClickSafe Master Keyed - |
|ClickSafe Anywhere||ClickSafe Twin||MicroSaver||Micro DS||MicroSaver Retractable|
|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|
Top customer reviews
I am not sure why these brand new cables had these greasy residue on them but I can't recall any other brand new item that I had to clean before I could use it; nobody would want to put this cable in their briefcase/backpack or wherever to take with them if it was going to stain shirts, or other items in the bag.
The good news is that it was not too hard to clean the cables. I just used some paper towels to initially wipe off as much as I could and then followed that up by wiping them down with a paper towel with some rubbing alcohol (isopropyl alcohol 70%) and that removed all the residue.
As for the function of the cables they work as expected. I attached the nub to the side of the computer and then attached the Kensignton lock to that. The only surprise was in the video it showed someone just snapping the lock on without using the key, for me it felt like it was taking too much pressure so I just put the key in the lock, turned it, and then was able to easily put the lock over the nub (and then turn the key the other way to lock it into place). The other nub and lock are attached to an external hard drive.
The other nice thing about the lock around the nub is that it can be rotated. On my computer when the lock is laying flat (parallel to the table) the cable blocks the DVD drive, but I can just grab the lock and rotate it and then the cable is no longer blocking the DVD drive.
So it does what I wanted, it serves as deterrent to unprepared and undetermined thieves. Also it looks nice and the black cable blends in well with black USB cables and the chrome lock looks fine too (better than the tip of the cable that connects to the lock that they did not chrome). If I didn't have to waste time and materials cleaning it I would probably give it 5 stars. Some people might think it being greasy should not matter but it does to me. I haven't bought anything else brand new that I had to clean before I could use it.
If you are interested in products that would stop a more determined thief but are not as aesthetically pleasing (unnoticeable) as the cable, here are some links to those items.
(1) Kensington K64625WW Laptop Locking Station for 13.3-Inch to 17-Inch Notebooks or Laptops
(1.2) Kensington K64632WW Tether Kit for Laptop Locking Station K64625WW
(2) Spyder 10 Laptop Bracket - Locks Laptop Open or Closed
The secondary cable should be about a foot longer. Using 2 devices means that one cannot reach the other side of my 13" laptop comfortably because it would be stuck in landscape, and/or precariously positioned. Sure you can slide cable lower, but this won't work if the cable doesn’t have enough slack to travel the width of the laptop over twice. (“Over” because of the rigidity of the cable makes it less flexible.)
The second complaint is the cable’s inflexibility. Sure, the gauge is good for security, but if more pliable wire was used, this wouldn’t cause tablets attached to go flying. In combination with the tablet locking case, using to secure a tablet makes the tablet unwieldy because the cable makes even coarse positioning impossible. Basically you have to carefully position the cable so it doesn't yank the tablet of the table or make the bad case (see other review) collapse and slam into the table.
If I would have known this couldn’t easily be used with a tablet, I would have only purchased one and then 2 individual locks for mobile use.
For anyone concerned about the length of the second cable, try to be more creative with how you route the cable. For example, the longest cable should be used in a way that the "locking end" is farthest away from the anchor point. This way, the short cable's locking end doesn't have to be "as close" to the long locking end. From left to right that is longest lock, shortest lock, anchor point. Using this method allowed for device separation of up to two feet. See image #4 in the manual for the example.