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Squire's Combination Makes It Easy

Henry Squire & Sons Ltd has introduced its latest range of heavy-duty recodable combination padlocks, specially designed for ease of use. Squire’s new CP50 padlocks for medium security protection are constructed of a die cast body and steel shackle - with a dual compound protective body cover for easy handling.

They operate using a fully recodable four-wheel dial with 10 digits – from zero to nine – offering over 10,000 code combinations. Helpfully, the digit wheels are spaced apart making it easier for those who find smaller dials more difficult to operate. When the correct code is entered, a simple push button opens the lock.

Recoding is straightforward too and they can be coded ‘alike’ so one sequence opens several locks. Importantly, Squire has responded to increased demand for combination locks by including a separate recoding bar, so it cannot be accidentally recoded.

Four variations of this smart padlock are available including standard, closed and long shackle options making it ideal for a host of uses - gates, vans, sheds, commercial vehicles, lockers, garages and boats.

Managing director John Squire says the new CP50 range is the dependable choice for the security-conscious customer. He said: "These robust combination padlocks deliver heavy-duty protection in an easy to use design. Convenience and simplicity is their trademark, and above all there is no need for keys."

Reflecting Squire’s continual commitment to new and innovative products, the hard-wearing CP50 range epitomises the company’s forward-thinking outlook, commitment to new technology and superior design capabilities.

Squire’s CP50 range carries the Squire 10-year guarantee.

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Squire is an independent family owned lock manufacturer since 1780. Henry Squire & Sons Ltd place great importance on developing products that meet the security needs of today and the future. On a constant quest to innovate and develop new technology that keeps them one step ahead of thieves.