|Item Weight||4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||6.6 x 3.5 x 1.2 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||175D|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Warranty Description||Limited Lifetime Warranty|
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Master Lock 175D Resettable Set-Your-Own Combination Lock, Die-Cast, with 1-inch shackle
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- The product is manufactured in china
- The product is highly durable and easy to use
- Easy installation and easy handling
- Set your own combination convenience
- Easy to set and reset, combination change key included
- 4-digit dialing allows for thousands of possible combinations
- 2-inch (51mm) wide die-cast body with 1-inch shackle
- Hardened steel shackle for extra cut resistance
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Master Lock The Trusted Name in Security
Protect your valuables with the Master Lock 175 series lock, available in various combinations of body and shackle size.
Dial on the bottom
The Master Lock 175 series lock features the dial on the bottom protecting it from the harshest elements, making it a great choice for use outdoors.
Hardened Steel Shackle Provides security
All sizes and styles in the 175 series from Master Lock feature a hardened steel shackle.
Top Customer Reviews
It is opened and closed 1 to 2 times a day, with out any problems.
The other 3 are inside locks and have changed combos on them with out any problems.
I have what appeared to be the exact same lock that I purchased about 10-12 years ago that has always worked perfectly despite living a hard life. So when I was in need of a new lock I was quick to buy the same type, not realizing that the newer Master Locks of this type are made in China and are of apparently vastly inferior quality.
All went well at first as I easily set my desired combination and locked the gate to my backyard. The lock worked nicely for about a month, locking and unlocking it 4-5 times per week.
Today when I returned home from an already extremely frustrating day at work and needed to get my trash cans out of the backyard for collection tomorrow, imagine my surprise when the lock refused to open. I tried again, and again, and again. The combination is the same 4 digit code currently in use on my other lock, and I had successfully opened the lock just the day before. Growing increasingly frustrated, I soaked the lock in WD40 (even though it didn't feel stuck or corroded) and waited an hour. Still no luck.
Now I suppose I will have to figure out a way to cut this piece of crap off my gate, hopefully before NEXT week's trash collection day, since I will apparently miss tomorrow's. After reading the other negative reviews of this Chinese-made disaster I feel a little better, since I was starting to feel like something was wrong with me! It seems to be a matter of when, not if, this wretched piece of metal will fail.
Will never buy another Master Lock product. I will be researching other brands that are made in the USA.
Then I had an idea to look online for help and found out how easy it is to pick this lock if you happen to have the right tools (paper clip or a thin piece of metal). I tried the paper clip method for about 15 minutes and gave up. Then I found a video clip using a thin piece of metal and bingo! The lock opened right up after trying for about 10 minutes... I have never picked a lock before and definitely won't try to pick one that is not mine, and you shouldn't too. This is way too easy even for an amateur like me! I can't believe it! What's the point hardened steel and all these security feature to prevent cutting, prying when all you need to open this lock is a paper clip or a thin piece of metal? This lock's internal mechanism is the same as the Master Lock Model #175 and it looked like this simple lock picking method has already been discovered since 2006. I can't think of any good reason why Master can't come up with a new design that can resist this type of picking in 3 years! I definitely won't be buying another Master Lock again!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I use this lock for my shed. It seems to do well, except when it freezes.Published 1 day ago by Super Secret
Master Lock is a name that you can trust. It was easy to set the combination.Published 4 days ago by LB
I'm not super impressed with this lock. I did notice the combo setting tool is a bit lightweight as others have said, but I was able to set my combo without a problem. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Charles Lane
It's a good lock, and you don't need to worry about losing the keys. The four roller design is so much easier to use than the old 2 left, one right, one left designs. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Brad