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    What's the low down, Yale still the daddy, any obvious pit falls to avoid?

    And yes at the grand old age of 44 this is my 1st lock replacement

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    You want one of them NFC ones they're advertising on the telly at the moment.

    You can email your 'key' to your long lost daughter touring Australia.

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    'cept, AFAIK, no electronic lock is insurance approved, although it might be different for industrial / commercial use.
    But I do like the idea, although it might be a bit spendy for a rental gaff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrlongbeard View Post
    'cept, AFAIK, no electronic lock is insurance approved, although it might be different for industrial / commercial use.
    But I do like the idea, although it might be a bit spendy for a rental gaff.
    Code locks are almost invariably pants.

    Yale are OK. but make sure you get the right sort (which is invariably the most expensive one).
    Better locks are available, but rapidly get quite spendy.
    Multiple locks are good (Yale + mortice or Yale + Chubb).

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    Get the type which takes this type of key


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    I replaced all my locks with Ultion and had them key'd alike too. Buy once, buy right!

    https://www.ultion-lock.co.uk

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taipan View Post
    I replaced all my locks with Ultion and had them key'd alike too. Buy once, buy right!

    https://www.ultion-lock.co.uk
    They appear to only do euro cylinders, not night latches..

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrlongbeard View Post
    They appear to only do euro cylinders, not night latches..
    Soz. My bad. Etc...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taipan View Post
    Soz. My bad. Etc...
    Nay bother

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