|Item Weight||1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||2 x 3.9 x 6.3 inches|
|Item model number||M15XKADLFCCSEN|
|Size||1-1/2 Inch Shackle|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Master Lock Padlock, Magnum Laminated Steel Lock, 2-1/2 in. Wide, M15XKADLF
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- PADLOCK APPLICATION: For indoor and outdoor use; Lock is best used for residential gates & fences, sheds, workshops & garages, storage lockers, tool boxes and more
- DURABLE DESIGN: Lock includes Dual Armor construction: Laminated steel core surrounded by stainless steel & zinc outer components for weather resistance; reinforced body bumper for scratch resistance
- MAXIMUM SECURITY: 5-pin cylinder and dual ball bearing locking mechanism provides maximum pick and pry resistance; Tough-Cut octagonal boron-carbide shackle is 50% harder than hardened steel
- SPECIFICATIONS: 2-1/2 in. wide lock body; 7/16 in. diameter shackle with 1-1/2 in. length, 1-3/16 in. width; extended shackle for application flexibility
- INCLUDES: One padlock, two keys
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|Item Dimensions||3.9 x 2 x 6.3 in||7.5 x 1.36 x 7.28 in||3.5 x 5.56 x 0.78 in||5.88 x 0.75 x 5.56 in||1.19 x 7.5 x 5.56 in||1.5 x 5.56 x 7.5 in|
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The Master Lock Magnum No. M15XDLF Laminated Padlock features a 2-1/2 inch (64mm) wide laminated steel body for maximum strength and reliability, and is surrounded by stainless steel and zinc outer components for weather resistance. The 7/16 inch (11mm) diameter octagonal shackle is 1-1/2 inch (38mm) long and made of Tough-Cut boron-carbide, 50 percent harder than hardened steel, offering maximum resistance to cutting and sawing. The 4-pin cylinder prevents picking and the dual locking ball bearings provide maximum resistance against prying and hammering. The Lifetime Guarantee provides peace of mind from a brand you can trust.
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So after only a month or so of use...why am I ranking it down one star already? One reason is because within the first WEEK the cylinder mechanism was already showing signs of sluggish, sticky operation. However, a shot of dry lube into the pin tumblers seems to have cured the issue...for now. Also a negative: the hinged plastic door that snaps over the key slot cylinder. On each of the three locks that 'door' had different snap tensions to keep the door closed. For the first lock to be put into service, I ended up choosing the unit with the weakest hold tension, just to see how long it will take to get that little cover door to fail to stay closed. At this time it's still working, but both my wife and I have discovered that it IS an annoyance to open whenever our arms are carrying things, like groceries and the like. But it hasn't stopped snapping shut or broken off completely (which the latter is what I suspect will be its ultimate undoing if it's going to fail at all).
Another aspect that I don't like is the design of the synthetic cover housing that Master Lock puts over the actual steel encased unit within. Why on Earth did they not think to provide a DRIP EDGE along the bottom of the plastic? That alone would keep water from weeping along the bottom of the housing (capillary action, or some such) and potentially working its way into the cylinder pin action. With a drip edge, any water running down the face of the cover would come to that edge...and guess what...drip right off. A classic dunderhead, missed opportunity.
But for now, Lock #1 works. Hopefully a year from now it will still be working. How far beyond that is anyone's guess at this point. But it would be great if it was at LEAST five years from today before I put Lock #2 into service, though with my luck I probably will have forgotten where I stored #2 and #3. Oh well...
4 stars out of 5. Will adjust according, depending on how the lock(s) perform