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Manipulation resistance, Securam Xtreme mechanical?

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Post Tue Jan 09, 2018 10:52 pm

Manipulation resistance, Securam Xtreme mechanical?

I purchased some redundant locks: a couple of NL Locks Rotobolt http://mbausa.com/lp-premier-redundant- ... ock-gp-2m/ and a Securam Xtreme http://mbausa.com/safelogic-xtreme-lock ... th-keypad/

I was dismayed to find that while the Rotobolt has an UL 2M mechanical lock, that of the Securam has an unrated chinese made mechanical lock. And the Securam lock cost nearly 4 times that of the Rotobolt and also costs more than my container! I feel cheated.

I would like to know if anybody here has tried to manipulate the mechanical lock of a Securam Xtreme, and can tell me if it is hard or easy to manipulate?

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Post Wed Jan 10, 2018 3:26 pm

Re: Manipulation resistance, Securam Xtreme mechanical?

Have been curious about these myself... hope you'll take a bunch of pics for us ;)
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Post Wed Jan 10, 2018 5:05 pm

Re: Manipulation resistance, Securam Xtreme mechanical?

The Xtreme looks like a fun manipulation.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UPAUXWaTKxc
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Post Thu Jan 11, 2018 5:07 pm

Re: Manipulation resistance, Securam Xtreme mechanical?

madsamurai wrote:Have been curious about these myself... hope you'll take a bunch of pics for us ;)


Oh, it will be awhile before I endulge into manipulation. I use these locks on my safes, and I will start the learning process with my 6730 and the 3390 I now purchased from the same source as yourself. Thanks for the tip, BTW.
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Post Thu Jan 11, 2018 5:11 pm

Re: Manipulation resistance, Securam Xtreme mechanical?

I am sure you do not want to learn manipulation with the 3390. What you want to get is the 3330. Also not that bad is the 6642. Really hard work is the 6630. How to manipulate the 3390 I do not know, yet.
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Post Sun Jan 14, 2018 10:35 pm

Re: Manipulation resistance, Securam Xtreme mechanical?

MartinHewitt wrote:I am sure you do not want to learn manipulation with the 3390. What you want to get is the 3330. Also not that bad is the 6642. Really hard work is the 6630. How to manipulate the 3390 I do not know, yet.


I know :-) I will start on the 6730, the 3390 is for further studies later on. Got it now as they are offered at $20 .

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