Master Lock Padlocks: Master Lock Padlocks Magnum 2-3/4 in. Shrouded Disc Padlock (2-Pack) Grey...


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These Master Lock Co. Magnum Shrouded Disc Locks (2-Pack) feature Tough Cut octagonal boron-carbide shackles. The locks are designed with stainless steel bodies and covered keyways for weather resistance. Color: Grey.


Product Title: Master Lock Padlocks: Master Lock Padlocks Magnum 2-3/4 in. Shrouded Disc Padlock (2-Pack) Grey M40XTCCSEN

Manufacturer: Master Lock

Lowest Price: $26.39 from NewEgg Marketplace

Power Score: 3.9 | 10 Reviews

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Not up to Master Lock standards

The first pair I bought, the key would not unlock both locks. Craftsmanship appears to be poor.

By mike on Home Depot - May 1, 2013

Great lock

Works great and will last a long time. What else can I say about a lock.

By Sralph861 on Home Depot - Apr 23, 2013

Have used a pair since 1998

Bought two of these Master disk locks for a newly purchased Wells Cargo motorcycle trailer in 1998. Mine are not shrouded (they probably didn't make them that way then?). One is on the rear ramp door and the other on the side door of the trailer. Both stll work fine and have never been picked or cut. They have traveled all over the USA. I spray some silicone lub. in them when I grease the trailer...
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By TrailerKing on Home Depot - Apr 8, 2013

Good locks that are hard to cut.

These locks have been on my storage unit for about 5 months now and they seem fine. They look like they would be harder to cut through than any normal lock. The outer case is stainless steel but the internals are regular steel, which is still subject to rust. Overall I think they last ok if you spray some lubricant into the locks before you use them. They have a rubber cover that slides over the...
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By Mike on Home Depot - Feb 18, 2013

Nice locks, pain to work

The locks work well. Smooth keying etc. The problem is the key stays in the lock unless its locked. You remove it from what you are securing and have to re-lock it to take the key out.

By cbrbob on Home Depot - Oct 2, 2012

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