Padlock Guard

Australian Made Since 2009
...protects the Padlock you own...

Theft Proof Security Products

Why should you protect your Padlock being broken by thieves.

Protect your Padlock in 2017 with Padlock Guard and buy High Tensile Chain.

Padlock Guard

Padlock closed inside the
Stainless Steel cover with
10mm dia. High Tensile Chain.
Padlock closed inside the Stainless Steel cover.

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  1. Why should you in 2017 protect your Padlock being broken by thieves.
  2. Your Padlock cost you $x to buy but how secure is it.
  3. Padlock dimensions the Stainless Steel cover will fit.
  4. Padlock brands the Stainless Steel cover protects.
  5. Don't forget about your Chain.

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1: Why should you in 2017 protect your Padlock being broken by thieves.

Because padlocks can be broken by one of three methods 99% of thieves (opportunistic, smash and grab and semi professional) use to break a Padlock, they are:

This is a
leverage attack.
This is a leverage attack, a quick and quite method to break a Padlock of any size.

This is a
hammer attack.
This is a hammer attack, one of three methods to break a Padlock of any size.

Bolt Cutter attack.
Bolt Cutter used to cut a link in Mild Steel Chain or cut the padlock's Shackle.

The Stainless Steel cover is designed to STOP all three above methods thieves use to break a Padlock.

2: Your Padlock cost you $x to buy but how secure is it.

Apologies for being frank but if you buy a Padlock that costs under $30 you may as well hang up a sign up saying:

Please Steal This

A Padlock costing between $70 - $120 offers some protection for the asset it is protecting but sad to say, not much protection.

The fact is...

You need to spend between $150 - $290 for a Padlock and of course like most security products the price does dictate quality and security rating.

Please Note...

Although a bit more difficult to break the $150 to $290 range of padlocks they can also be broken by:

Or purchase...

The Stainless Steel cover for less than the cost of a mid-range Padlock and protect the Padlock you already own.

Padlock sliding into
Stainless Steel cover.
Padlock sliding into Stainless Steel cover.

If you make that decision...

It does not matter how little or how much you paid for your Padlock, protecting it with the Stainless Steel cover you will have a security system that cannot be broken by every method opportunistic, smash and grab and semi professional thieves use to break a Padlock.

Plus the Australian manufacturer will...

If you don't need any more information to make a decision to place your order.

3: Padlock dimensions the Stainless Steel cover will fit.

Protects most 50mm wide padlocks with a 25mm high Shackle.

Made from 316 Stainless Steel designed to protect most padlocks that have a 40mm - 50mm wide body with a Shackle diameter between 7mm - 11mm and up to 25mm high as you can see in the picture of the Abus 83/45 Padlock.

Note...

This represents about 80% of all padlocks purchased.

If your Padlock is within a few mm of the dimensions stated in the picture of the Abus 83/45 Padlock the Stainless Steel cover will protect your Padlock.

4: Padlock brands the Stainless Steel cover protects.

No matter the brand of Padlock you own:

Protect your Padlock
being broken with the
Stainless Steel Cover.
Protect your Padlock being broken with the Stainless Steel Cover.

5: Don't forget about your Chain.

Security is only as strong
as its weakest point.

There is no point using 4mm or 6mm Mild Steel Chain that about 98% of people use to secure:

When Mild Steel Chain can be easily and quickly cut with a cheap 12 inch Bolt Cutter.

Important...

If you decide your Padlock is secure and don't want to protect it with the Stainless Steel cover but your security includes 4mm or 6mm diameter Mild Steel Chain we recommend you purchase 10mm diameter High Tensile Chain - opens in a new window.

Padlock closed inside the
Stainless Steel cover with
10mm dia. High Tensile Chain.
Padlock closed inside the Stainless Steel cover.

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Stainless Steel cover protects
a Padlock being broken.
Stainless Steel cover protects a Padlock being broken.

Plus...

Next business day free delivery anywhere in Australia.

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In 2003 we designed a locking system to replace a Padlock and Mild Steel Chain, it is included with other security products we manufacture.

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security option Supreme.
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