Master Lock Padlock No 2 (K1W1) Picked Open. Product Features: From Master Lock website...
Ideal for marine and other harsh environments.
1-3/4" (44mm) wide laminated brass body offers excellent corrosion resistance.
15/16" (24mm) tall, 5/16" (8mm) diameter hardened steel shackle for superior cut resistance.
Dual locking levers provide extra pry resistance.
Non-rekeyable, 4-pin W1 cylinder helps prevent picking.
Best Used For:
Industrial, Storefront & Business Gates
Tool Cribs, Construction Sites & Equipment, Marine Recreation
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Product Number 2
Description Laminated Padlock
List Price (each)* $15.67
Retail Boxed Packaging
Shelf Pack Qty 6 Master Carton Qty 24
A B C
5/16" 15/16" 3/4"
Shackle Dimensions (metric)
A B C
8mm 24mm 19mm
From Wikipedia....Laminated lock design and company history
Before founding the company in 1921, Harry Soref had been a traveling locksmith in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico, had invented a lock for protecting military equipment, and had founded the "Master Key" company for making master "skeleton" keys. In 1919, Soref then invented a padlock design that used laminated steel layers to economically produce an exceptionally strong lock body. He initially tried to get some large companies interested in using his design, but was unsuccessful, so he recruited financial backing from two friends, P. E. Yolles and Sam Stahl, and founded the Master Lock company in 1921 to produce the locks himself, initially with five employees. In 1924, he was granted the first patent on such a laminated lock design. He led the company to become a major manufacturer of locks before his death in 1957. However, the brand had not yet reached its peak status as an iconic, universally-familiar consumer brand at the time of his death. Sam Stahl, one of the original investors, then led the company until he also died in 1964. The Soref family then took over the company management, later selling the company to the American Brands Corporation in 1970.
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