|Item Weight||0.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||5.6 x 2.8 x 0.7 inches|
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|Item model number||630D|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||Limited Lifetime Warranty|
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Master Lock 630D Luggage Lock, Brushed Aluminum, 1-3/16-inch Wide
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- Suggested uses, luggage, backpacks, bags, small cabinets, briefcases, computer bags, for indoor use only
- Solid body for style, strength and weatherability
- Set-your-own combination convenience
- Resettable to allow for a personalized combination
- Updated look with a sleek nickel plated finish
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Great for Lockers
The Master Lock 630D is very easy to set the combination right out of the package, with three dials. It will open easily every time you use it.
Small in Size Big on Uses
The 630 has 13/16-inch (30mm) wide case, 1/8-inch diameter shackle, and 3/8-inch horizontal shackle clearance. It is 1-1/4 inches wide and 1-7/16-inches tall. It will fit in your pocket or right on the strap of your back pack or purse. You can take it everywhere and always have a way to secure your possessions.
Secure Bags Quickly and Easily
Use the 630D to secure you backpack closed. It will also work on lock boxes, gun cases, door hasps, and gates. This lock is small and secure.
Top Customer Reviews
Beware Amazon's product description - it's not from the product's carded blister pack nor from Master Lock's website. This lock is NOT meant for LUGGAGE - the shackle is a quarter inch thick. And the claim of "over" 10,000 combinations is mathematically impossible (though 10k is enough for me).
Here's the product description from the manufacturer's website:
* Set-your-own combination convenience
* Easy to set & reset
* 1-9/16" (40mm) wide solid metal body withstands abuse
* Nickel plated steel shackle for cut resistance
Best Used For:
* Storage Lockers
* School, Employee, & Athletic Lockers
(review edited to remove my references to the price, which has changed)
Today, suddenly, the combination that I set didn't work.
For some reason, the combination has changed without my knowledge.
I had to ask the gym attendance to cut off the lock.
Well, there goes my $6 in the trash.
I would not recommend this lock!!!
I've never picked a lock before. But I managed to get this one open on intuition alone.
Here's how I did it. Remember it was locked in the open position:
1. I pressed down on the lock to put a bit of tension on the combo dials
2. I slowly rotate each dial. Two of the dials will rotate with relatively even tension. One dial will have a sudden loosening of tension. This is one of the combo. Then with the same tension, rotate one of the other two wheels. One will have a sudden loosening. Repeat with the third wheel. That's it.
3. If it's locked closed, pull on the lock rather than pressing down on it.
When unlocked the tumblers can shift your self set unlock code by accident. You can avoid by a few simple steps that I am quite surprised they do not state on the directions.
#1 - NEVER Scramble the number wheels when the lock is Unlocked.
#2 - NEVER Scramble the number wheels when the shank is moved to the 90 deg pass-code set zone - sure fire way to not know your code.
#3 - Set each number individually and check to see that the lock opens and closes between each number.
#4 - If your lock suddenly stops locking DO NOT adjust the numbers with the shank depressed in the pass-code set zone. That will constantly change your new and now unknown combination. instead - attempt to open the lock by adjusting 1-2 numbers before and after your original pass-code individually and see if you can get the lock open.
#5 - I would advise you to not leave the lock unlocked in a pocket or purse as the numbers may change inadvertently.
If the lock wont respond (stuck open or closed) the tumblers have been scrambled to a number other than your desired password - technically it can be cracked - but it is one in 10000 possible combinations - you might find it, if you were dedicated enough, but that likely means the lock is now junk.
Otherwise these locks should slow someone down if they are trying to get into your belongings. Well built and seemingly hard to crack without some persistence. Obviously anyone with a good set of bolt cutters will have easy access, but if you need protection from bolt cutters you should likely get a larger lock or maybe a steel door....
some people have been able to open/crack these locks by pulling on them and testing the combination - I was unsucsessful at doing the reverse to find out the code my previous lock was accidentally set to.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This lock was great while it worked. It was easy to set up and easy to use. I used it for a gym locker approximately 3-5 days per week for 2 months. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Etomidance
Nice look and fits perfect to lock the electrical panels outdoors.Published 9 days ago by Lawrence Lin
Terrible used it about for a weeks worth and it jammed on mePublished 11 days ago by Amazon Customer
Easily the worst lock I have ever used. I initially had some doubts about the design of the "set your own combination" function, as it only requires a 90 degree turn and... Read morePublished 12 days ago by Joseph Rubino
Works well. I've had the combo change by a single digit a couple times for no reason, but was able to figure it outPublished 12 days ago by M Family
This lock is a solid performer that stays smooth with thousands of uses. We own an escape room and this lock has been one we have never had to worry about. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Marc Talbot Simmons