|Item model number||K64684US|
|Item Weight||2.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||6.5 x 11 x 8.5 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||6.5 x 11 x 8.5 inches|
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Kensington WordLock Combination Portable Cable Lock for Laptops and Other Devices - Black (K64684US)
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- Superior strength lockhead to resist tampering
- Push button design for one hand operation to easily install lock
- Keyless 4-wheel combination
- WordLock allows you to set a code with words to make it Easy to Set--Never Forget
- Choose from 10,000 possible combinations
- Anchors to desk, table or any fixed structure
- Self-coiling cable stretches to 6 feet and shrinks to 3 inches for easy packing
- Attaches to laptop via the Kensington Security Slot found in 99% of computers
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From the Manufacturer
- Compatible with laptops, TVs, monitors, hard drives and projectors featuring a Kensington Security Slot
- Choose from 10,000 combinations
Trust the industry standard to protect your laptop and the information that’s on it. The Kensington WordLock Portable Combination Lock offers one-handed engagement, as T-Bar technology easily attaches to the Kensington Security Slot found on most laptops. The 4-wheel letter code can be set to any memorable word and is resettable. The self-coiling cable stretches up to 6 feet.
Strong Lock Head
Tested against the most rigorous and thorough standards in the industry, the lock is tamper-resistant and features T-Bar locking technology which attaches to the internal wall of devices with the Kensington Security Slot.
Keyless, Resettable 4-Letter Combination
The 4-wheel WordLock allows you to set a code with words, making it Easier to Set — Never Forget and is resettable.
Allows for one-handed engagement into the laptop, quickly and easily attaching the lock inside the Kensington Security Slot.
Self-Coiling Steel Cable
Made of engineered carbon steel and sheathed in protective plastic, it can stretch up to 6 feet to anchor to a desk or fixed structure yet shrinks down to 3 inches for easy portability.
Register and Retrieve
Kensington's online combination code registration program allows for quick, secure and easy code retrieval if your code ever gets lost or forgotten.
Kensington is the standard in physical security and the inventor of the laptop lock. With almost 25 years of expertise and 20 million locks sold, global brands like Dell, Lenovo and HP trust Kensington to provide the anti-theft protection businesses need for their devices to secure the laptop and all the valuable data that’s on them.
Top Customer Reviews
The instructions to set the combination were not "written" but the pictures are easy enough to follow or figure out in seconds. While it seems previous models came with a key of some sort, this requires either a paper clip (as depicted in the instructions) or a flat head screwdriver. Simply push down the screw, turn 90 degrees, set the combination, turn the screw back, and you're done.
This model has a thin/light cable which coils. These are great attributes for portability, but some may be concerned with it's functionality. The coiling makes it slightly annoying to loop and unloop, and some may find the cable to be thin in comparison to other models. Also on my Thinkpad T420 there is some wiggle room but not much about which to be concerned.
However, all locks must be viewed not as permanent security devices, but as deterrents - at the very least to prevent someone from simply picking up your laptop at a coffee shop or library if you happen to step away. This lock does the job well enough, while being more portable (important since it's primarily for portable computers), and at a reasonable price.
However, my one thing with this lock is the damn coil is so tight it's hard to get any distance out of it and do work! Just setting up in a public library can be a pain at times and at any point it can slip out of your hand and fire off in some random direction. I really wish I got the straight cable because there has been a few times where this cables tension has start to drag my Macbook towards the edge of the table. I know thats an extreme case, but I wonder how many people have accidentally put one of these through their computer screen or damaged something else by accident? Thats my only gripe; I use this thing every day and it brings pretty good piece of mind.
The real problem is the unlocking mechanism. There is no user-input required to unlock the lock; when the dials all hit the right points, the lock magically and instantly springs open, no matter how fast you spin the wheel. This means a thief does not have to "try" all 10^4 potential combinations - they can scroll through the first three wheels' 10^3 combinations and spin the fourth wheel rapidly on each possibility. This dramatically reduces the security of the device.
All in all, it's not a bad device. While it's not as secure as it ought to be, it's still fairly secure, and will deter 99.9% of potential thieves simply by being there and looking intimidating. Having no key to lose is only a plus in my opinion.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very good combination lock! I absolutely recommend for friends to buy itPublished 5 days ago by HOI TRAN
It feels great/durable, BUT it didn't fit my Dell Inspiron 13.3". The tip of the lock that goes inside the laptop lock was too wide. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Pemo
It works just as described. If you're looking for a cheap theft deterrent, this works. It's simple to set up, and fairly reliable in that respect. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Amazon Customer
Great Deal! Excellent Product!! Super Fast Delivery!!! Thanks a Bunch!!!!Published 1 month ago by Brett
The lock was a great way to lock up my kindle and very easy to operate.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Kept my laptop safe while I was using it to run an external display. Nice not having to worry about another key to keep up with. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Timothy C. Brown
So many of my devices have pre cut holes for this lock in them.
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I've tried to contact the company and have gotten no response. Two of the screws were stripped and did not work. I am trying to get two more, but can't seem to get assistance. Read morePublished 2 months ago by LLS