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Squire Vulcan CP50/2.5

Squire Vulcan CP50/2.5" Combi Padlock - Long Shackle 2.5" - 4 Wheel 50x63mm

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Named after Vulcan, the ancient Roman god of fire and metalworking, this mighty tough combi padlock takes some beating. 4 easy to use spaced wheels, these Vulcans are fully recodable and offer up to 10,000 combinations. Supported by the independent crime-fighting charity Crimestoppers.

Code: 491145


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£24.99 Each (ex. VAT)

£29.99 inc. VAT
Size 50 x 63mm, Colour Blue
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Squire Vulcan CP50/2.5" Combi Padlock - Long Shackle 2.5" - 4 Wheel 50x63mm

Named after Vulcan, the ancient Roman god of fire and metalworking, this mighty tough combi padlock takes some beating. 4 easy to use spaced wheels, these Vulcans are fully recodable and offer up to 10,000 combinations. Supported by the independent crime-fighting charity Crimestoppers.
• 10,000 possible combinations
• Hardened steel 8mm diameter shackle
• Shackle made from Baron steel with satin chrome finish
• Tough die cast alloy lock body
• Highly resistant to corrosion
• Fully recodable
• Double locking system
• Dual compound body cover for comfortable handling
• 4 combination wheels spaced comfortably apart
• Satin chrome die cast alloy body with soft feel cover
• Patented

Manufacturer Details

Manufacturer Squire
Manufacturer Code Vulcan CP50/2.5

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