All you need to know about locks and picking them

Mul-T-Lock Selector צילינדר מולטילוק אינטראקטיב סלקטור

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חדש במפתח העיר !

צילינדר הרשאות מתוחכם מבית מולטילוק

הצילינדר מאפשר הרשאות זמניות למשתמשים שונים והוא פיתרון מצויין לכול בית בו יש עוזרת. מנקה או צורך לתת מפתח לזמן קצר.

Here is a quick look on the new Mul-t-lock Selector lock that is brand new to the market.

The lock is a clever design and actually is an improvement of the mul-t-lock 3 in 1 (already covered in my blog)

The lock comes with 6 keys and 3 colors

הצילינדר מגיע עם שישה מפתחות

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The  3 white key will always open the lock they are for the owners of the flat.

שלושת המפתחות הלבנים תמיד יפתחו את המנעול

The blue key is temporary key which you can give to the cleaner /friends or whom ever needs your key for a short time.

The green key enables the blue key

המפתח הכחול ניתן לכניסות זמניות.

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The red key unables the blue key.

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In other words you can control the use of the blue key with your green and red key.

המפתח האדום מבטל את המפתח הכחול והמפתח הירוק מאפשר שימוש בו.

So how does it work?

All 3 keys comes with different cuts on the last pin, and unlike the mul-t-lock 3 in 1 the pins will not cut will make the lock’s trick to keep working

On the side on the plug where there are usually the place for the  side pins different pin is inserted

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This master pin will travel back and forth to the side pin place when the green and red keys are inserted and the plug is turned 180 degree to the left.

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Here is what you see on the plug.

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And here is a video on how you use this.

3 responses

  1. dolf bloem

    first time i see this lock….they are always one step ahead

    thanks a lot

    On Tue, 5 Feb 2013 08:37:07 +0000

    February 5, 2013 at 12:49 pm

  2. These would be extrememly useful for some of our building contract work where keys need to be isuued to tradesmen and then disabled once the work is completed.

    Are these only available in Israel? Haven’t seen them in the UK.

    February 24, 2013 at 6:29 pm

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