Master Lock 1548DCM Set-Your-Own Combination Lock, 1-Pack

December 6, 2015 - Comment

Master Lock 1548DCM Set-Your-Own Combination Lock – Chrome Thumbpiece in Assorted Reflective Colors. This is a 1-Pack. Color picked at random at the time of shipping. Customers cannot select color. Bright metallic colors simpilify identification. Aluminum cover with durable anodized finish. Combination security for ekyless convenience. Product Features Suggested uses, luggage, backpacks, bags, briefcases, computer

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Master Lock 1548DCM Set-Your-Own Combination Lock – Chrome Thumbpiece in Assorted Reflective Colors. This is a 1-Pack. Color picked at random at the time of shipping. Customers cannot select color. Bright metallic colors simpilify identification. Aluminum cover with durable anodized finish. Combination security for ekyless convenience.

Product Features

  • Suggested uses, luggage, backpacks, bags, briefcases, computer bags, for indoor use only
  • Rugged die cast construction
  • 3-wheel resettable combination locking mechanism for keyless convenience

Comments

Shutter Chick says:

Perfect if used for intended purpose I think one of the issues with many of the reviews here is the fact that this lock is made for backpacks and luggage. It is meant to be used to secure zippers. I have several of these and have found that they work well when traveling with a backpack.

J_Sant says:

Nice lock, where it fits This lock looks nice and I like the fact that I can set my own combination, making it much easier to remember. However, as another reviewer said, it only opens inward a small bit. I tried to use it at my gym’s locker and it barely made it, but I still use it there. So keep this in mind when you buy it, as it might only fit bags.

B. Scott McIntyre says:

OK when it fits (but it usually doesn’t) The fatal flaw of this lock is that it opens inward, and only about 1/4″. If you try to use it in random places, like hostel lockers, it usually doesn’t fit, since a normal lock doesn’t have that limit. You’re much better served by a standard Master combination lock.

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