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Good question. I just bought one unit to try first, even though I know that my luggage and backpack will use more locks. Sounds to me like someone in sales there is asleep at the switch.
Tommyray
· July 12, 2015
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I find the cables to be much easier than the rigid locks because you don't have to jiggle the whole lock around to find that magic angle that will allow it to pass through the things you are trying to lock. All in all the cable adds a few more degrees of usefulness to the traditional rigid lock style.
Willji
· October 16, 2014
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Yes, it will fit through the holes in a zipper. The hackle/shaft appears to be a small strand of airplane cable crimped to two metal pieces. It is the crimped pieces that hold the hackle to the lock body.
Kenneth Wada
· March 28, 2014
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keep in mind that these locks work great but can be a challenge to get open at times... so you may want to give more consideration if this is being used to lock a gun case that you might need immediate access too
Todd G. Adams
· December 21, 2013
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It is pretty sturdy, I have not tried cutting it. but I suppose with a real heavy duty bolt cutter I might have a chance. I think the lock would be formidable opponent.
Erin English
· June 16, 2015
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Combination has to be on dials, put cable in, then move dials.
ED Hall
· August 19, 2018
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One lock comes in each pack.
Susan M. Costantini
· February 19, 2015
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The tip is 4mm or 0.157"
LSL
· June 15, 2015
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Steel cable; lock body is some non-steel metal, probably die-cast zinc.
Hy D. Tran
· February 10, 2014
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Looking at my ruler I see 10 mm in a cm, so the cable is 2 mm thick. When the two zipper pulls on my luggage come together, a circle from each overlaps one another. The cable fit through this circle easily. Hope this helps.
Kathleen R. Chandler
· September 14, 2015