Friday, 2 August 2013


Mul-T-Lock UK has launched a new animated video to highlight the importance of choosing the right level of padlock security for the right application.

The new animation, which is now available to view on YouTube includes common misconceptions of padlocks alongside hints and tips on choosing the right level of security.

High security padlocks are available from Mul-T-Lock to offer protection for residential or commercial premises, low risk applications or even with the latest WatchLock intelligent padlock, able to secure goods and valuable possessions in transit.

Says Steve Ross: 
“Millions of padlocks are in use worldwide and for the majority, despite the different usage of being mobile or static, are just one link in the chain of security. In the traditional sense, the expectation for a padlock is to offer high security and postpone a break-in.

“This can only be achieved if the right padlock is specified, as any security is only as good as its weakest link.  We have created this short animation to provide a sales tool for locksmiths to deliver this message in a creative way and also raise awareness of the importance of ensuring the right padlock is chosen to offer high security in any given application.”

Here is the animation, which is also available to view on YouTube should the embedded verion below fail to work.

For further details or advice on Mul-T-Lock’s padlock portfolio, please visit

To join the debate, please refer to the #padlockrevolution.

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