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lock that can be opened only by turning dials in a special sequence

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"There are many kinds of combination locks, but I have not seen one that's geared toward young and elderly people or those that would enjoy a decorative and interesting lock."
The use of proximity readers and keyed or combination locks requires personnel to carefully manage key cards, keys and combinations.
RFID-based security systems eliminate many problems associated with combination locks and swipe cards; namely, that anyone can trade their card or their lock's combination or allow a non-authorized employee to piggyback on their validated access.
Computers can be protected from theft and tampering inside the cart, which includes a 14-gauge locking point and two combination locks that secure both the front doors and rear access panel.
American Tourister bags also possess convenient features, such as extra expandability, quick hook system and combination locks. All this give the customers more comfort and utility making American Tourister as one of the most preferred luggage brand among family travelers across the world.
WORDLOCK[R] PADLOCK is the original family of combination locks that uses words instead of numbers.
For many years, consumers have been using portable locks, such as padlocks and combination locks, to secure personal belongings in lockers and storage cabinets.
Combination locks or electronic keypads are clearly the best way to go.
Stack-On offers a wide variety of full-size and handgun-size steel safes that feature both electronic and combination locks.
While the beautifully crafted wordplay of Safecracker - with its imagery of combination locks being picked and escapes made in souped-up Ford cars - is brilliant.
On the plus side for students, they'll no longer have to deal with sticky combination locks. But on the other hand, the new technology will allow school officials to keep track of when and how often the lockers are used, and will give them easier access than ever before.
And bags and rucksacks come with special fitted hoods and combination locks so they can be secured to furniture in pubs and clubs.
Until 1995, case officers had a special suite of offices at CIA headquarters, closed off from analysts by combination locks. In an attempt to overcome this chasm, an experiment in "co-location" is currently under way, seating a small percentage of case officers and analysts together at CIA headquarters.
Getting into the steel reinforced equipment cabinets is only possible through separate combination locks.