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Laptop Numerical Cable Lock

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About this product


  • Secure your laptop quickly and easily
  • 4 digit combination lock
  • Suitable for most brands of laptop that accept a Kensington fitting

Product overview

• Secure your laptop quickly and easily• 4 digit combination lock• Suitable for most brands of laptop that accept a Kensington fitting• Extra strong vinyl-coated steel cable• 1.8m long with clinch loop

Having set a unique combination, I am unable to rotate the four individual numerical dials once lock is in place in laptop?

Asked by: Derry
Obviously these would be required to be rotated for the lock to be operational. If possible you could take this into your local maplin store for assistance.
Answered by: darren cordon
Date published: 2018-01-08

Is its code redefinable or predefined?

Asked by: JRHaigh
This is redefinable.
Answered by: James
Date published: 2017-09-04

Could you tell me if the loop end opens so that you could thread it through a hole in the worktop otherwise how is it best secured?
Asked by: TC
No, the loop end looks to be crimped such that it cannot be opened, so will not fit through a hole that's smaller than the ferrule. However, the loop and its ferrule would easily fit through a typical cable hole in a desk such that it can loop back through a nearby hole or edge and self-threaded before locking to the device. If the hole is big enough to fit the lock end, which is the case for a typical cable hole, then it is neater to first self-thread the loop round a bar underneath the desk then thread the lock through the cable hole. For desks without bars or other holes underneath, a leg /might/ be suitable if you consider the length of the cable, the diagonal distance between the hole and leg foot, and that the device to be locked does not fit through the hole.
Answered by: JRHaigh
Date published: 2017-09-03

How long is the cable ?

Asked by: Mike
The cable is 1.8m long.
Answered by: Billy
Date published: 2015-07-17

I unplugged my numerical lock and accidentally set an unknown 4 digit code, is there any way to reset to facory default if i have the cable unplugged
Asked by: jose gutierrez
not that we are aware of i am afraid.
Answered by: DM
Date published: 2015-07-17
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