Some cables offer loops that work with traditional padlocks while others function as keyed cables. Each style provides its own benefit, and both share a flexible design that makes them an effective choice both at home and the garage. Like regular keyed locks, keyed cables come with small locks installed on one end. The other end fits inside, locking in place until someone uses a key to disconnect it. We recommend these for basic uses around the home or job, especially when you need to secure only a small area of the site. Retractable cable locks work in similar situations and store in small places, retracting their cable back into the lock until the user needs it again.These devices transport easily, and they do not require additional cables or cords to restrict access to a particular cabinet or tool.
Some jobs call for much sturdier cables. In these situations, extra strength cable offers the strongest solution. We often see this style of cable used to secure tools and laptops, but it maintains enough strength to secure motorcycles too. These cables usually require a padlock or combination lock for complete security. Just choose a lock that offers the same strength as the cable and secure what you need. Whether you need to secure a tool shed or store a small vehicle, these high strength options make excellent choices for indoor and outdoor use.
Find the padlock cables that you need to secure your home and workplace. These flexible security devices keep everything safe, night after night.
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