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Post Sat Jun 18, 2011 9:00 am

Dejo 7-pin Cylinder

I sppd it yesterday, and was surprised when I saw what was inside.
I cant remember where i got this cylinder lol
Has anynone seen a cylinder like this before?
I the keyway reminds me of assa, but i havent testet with a assa key yet.
Found some information about it in the practial lock picking book by deviant ollam

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Post Sat Jun 18, 2011 9:47 am

Re: Dejo 7-pin Cylinder

Its a Swedish lock (I think) and Deviant Ollam sells them on his website. Can't find a website for "Dejo".
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Post Sat Jun 18, 2011 1:17 pm

Re: Dejo 7-pin Cylinder

Nice job Falcon. They look like some evil pins!!

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Post Sat Jun 18, 2011 2:08 pm

Re: Dejo 7-pin Cylinder

The Dejo brand is owned by Swedish company A.M. de Jong. The company name comes from the founder Adrian Matteus de Jong. The Dejo brandname is derived from the company name (de Jong). I am unclear why MU deJong appears on the company website, I suspect it may be part of a re-branding campaign commenced after they were acquired by the EMMU Group in 1999.

The Dejo brandname is associated with the mars/male astrological sign (♂), why, I don't know. It appears on the face of the lock and in the product literature.

A catalogue of their lock cylinders can be found here (Swedish). If I could read Swedish I could tell you more, more easily than using Google Translate. :smile:

I would like to get one of their cylinders cheaper than Deviant Ollam is asking. If you have a source put me down for one.
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Post Sat Jun 18, 2011 2:25 pm

Re: Dejo 7-pin Cylinder

Likewise what Pete said. Deviant is asking a bit too much for me.
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Post Sat Jun 18, 2011 3:19 pm

Re: Dejo 7-pin Cylinder

piotr wrote:The Dejo brand is owned by Swedish company A.M. de Jong. The company name comes from the founder Adrian Matteus de Jong. The Dejo brandname is derived from the company name (de Jong). I am unclear why MU deJong appears on the company website, I suspect it may be part of a re-branding campaign commenced after they were acquired by the EMMU Group in 1999.

The Dejo brandname is associated with the mars/male astrological sign (♂), why, I don't know. It appears on the face of the lock and in the product literature.

A catalogue of their lock cylinders can be found here (Swedish). If I could read Swedish I could tell you more, more easily than using Google Translate. :smile:

I would like to get one of their cylinders cheaper than Deviant Ollam is asking. If you have a source put me down for one.


Nice!

MU was a norwegian company(now owned by kaba)
I think they own the dejo brand/company
http://no.wikipedia.org/wiki/M%C3%B8ller_Undall

I would trade my dejo cylinder if anyone is interested
I have bought cylinders before that reminded me of the dejo cylinders
they sell some cheap cylinders here: http://www.biltema.no/no/Sok1/Alle/?qui ... ery=868673
The one i got there had :spkeypin: :assaspool: :stddriver: in it.
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Post Sat Jun 18, 2011 8:56 pm

Re: Dejo 7-pin Cylinder

HM... I have one like this with those same pins... I wonder if its actually an unmarked Dejo

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Post Sat Jun 18, 2011 10:05 pm

Re: Dejo 7-pin Cylinder

xeo wrote:HM... I have one like this with those same pins... I wonder if its actually an unmarked Dejo

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Many assa-copies has those pins(at least many of those i have seen)
but then again...those pins look identical to mine lol
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Post Sun Jun 19, 2011 6:21 am

Re: Dejo 7-pin Cylinder

Those pins are sexay... :drool:

I bet they would beat the living shit out of me... I might be into that though, not sure, the jury is still out. :D
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Post Sun Jun 19, 2011 6:56 am

Re: Dejo 7-pin Cylinder

This Assa copy allso has those double spools:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N6tkoK4CYYg

No countermillings in the chambers like in Assa 700.
This was one of my first videos! :smile:
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Post Sun Jun 19, 2011 7:02 am

Re: Dejo 7-pin Cylinder

Maybe these are all the same cylinder and the company that makes them licenses them out and allows other companies to re-brand them.
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Post Sun Jun 19, 2011 8:14 am

Re: Dejo 7-pin Cylinder

MU is Moller Undall, a Norwegian company based in Drammen. http://www.mu.no/english.htm

The cataloguoe states that the DeJo cylinder has a "HH" profile, making it an ASSA-copy.

Biltema sells a a pair of a very similar lock for 249 Swedish Kroners(SEK)(Google: 38 USD) http://www.biltema.se/sv/Bygg/Las/Ovrig ... linderset/. I have one, and can gut it for reference if there is a call for it. I am not sure if Biltema ships overseas.

Falcon: what part of Norway are you from? I live SW.

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Post Sun Jun 19, 2011 4:17 pm

Re: Dejo 7-pin Cylinder

Love it.
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Post Thu Nov 10, 2016 7:03 pm

Re: Dejo 7-pin Cylinder

Damn, just picked one just now, and was wondering how the inside looked (because it was hard for me to pic, im a newbie)
Thanks =)

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Post Thu Nov 10, 2016 11:44 pm

Re: Dejo 7-pin Cylinder

I thought the unmarked Biltema locks were "second tier" ASSAs? Atleast they have exactly this pinning. Maybe ASSA bought Dejo also :-).
Biltema also sells what's clearly rebranded Dorma locks... the ones that say Elite. Evil profile - I have only picked the Dorma DC500 with the somewhat nicer ASSA 700 profile though they aren't easy either.
They have some really nice pinning - mix of :assa: , "half spools", and normal pins. Plus countermilled chambers and torpedo keypins.
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