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ASSA SCD Oval Cylinder

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Patrick Star

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Post Tue Jul 31, 2018 1:49 pm

Re: ASSA SCD Oval Cylinder

Nitpick:

There is no such thing as an "ASSA SCD" cylinder.
The "SCD" mark just means Security Cylinder Drill-protected (or something like that) and is used to differentiate between the "normal" ASSA cylinders and the cheaper ones intended for low-security use. Often you have two models in the same line that can be part of the same system, eg ASSA Twin Combi 5800 (SCD mark, security pins, 5 side pins, anti-drill pins) and 1800 (no SCD mark, no security pins, 2 side pins, no anti-drill pins).

While the pictures are gone, from the description of pins that look like architecture from R'yleigh, I assume it was about ASSA 700.
If someone is interested in those, PM me for a trade.
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Post Tue Jul 31, 2018 6:03 pm

Re: ASSA SCD Oval Cylinder

Patrick Star wrote:Nitpick:

There is no such thing as an "ASSA SCD" cylinder.
The "SCD" mark just means Security Cylinder Drill-protected (or something like that) and is used to differentiate between the "normal" ASSA cylinders and the cheaper ones intended for low-security use. Often you have two models in the same line that can be part of the same system, eg ASSA Twin Combi 5800 (SCD mark, security pins, 5 side pins, anti-drill pins) and 1800 (no SCD mark, no security pins, 2 side pins, no anti-drill pins).



While the pictures are gone, from the description of pins that look like architecture from R'yleigh, I assume it was about ASSA 700.
If someone is interested in those, PM me for a trade.


What is it u have to trade and what do you want for it?
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Post Thu Aug 02, 2018 9:06 am

Re: ASSA SCD Oval Cylinder

castle 2 wrote:What is it u have to trade and what do you want for it?

Things I can get easily:
ASSA 700
ASSA d12/d13
ASSA 8450
ASSA Twin Combi 5600
DORMA DCS DC500 (ASSA 700 clone)
DORMA DMS-SC

I order them new, so you get them in original packaging, with keys (and keycard for the d12 and Combi's).
We try to match the approximate value with whatever you have to trade.

Currently primarily looking for BiLock, but anything can be interesting.
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Post Mon Sep 10, 2018 11:56 pm

Re: ASSA SCD Oval Cylinder

Patrick Star wrote:
castle 2 wrote:What is it u have to trade and what do you want for it?

Things I can get easily:
ASSA 700
ASSA d12/d13
ASSA 8450
ASSA Twin Combi 5600
DORMA DCS DC500 (ASSA 700 clone)
DORMA DMS-SC

I order them new, so you get them in original packaging, with keys (and keycard for the d12 and Combi's).
We try to match the approximate value with whatever you have to trade.

Currently primarily looking for BiLock, but anything can be interesting.



What would you say would be a fair and reasonable exchange for a couple of your cylinders that have a sidebar feature?

I have a number of the assa 700's(comprising a master key system when taken as a whole), and a couple of 5-pin Scandinavian oval ruko cylinders that I am able to be trading with ATM...?
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Post Tue Sep 11, 2018 8:18 am

Re: ASSA SCD Oval Cylinder

castle 2 wrote:What would you say would be a fair and reasonable exchange for a couple of your cylinders that have a sidebar feature?

The only cylinder in that list with a sidebar is the Twin Combi 5600. They come in a pack with keys + keycard and are !@# expensive (around 150EUR).

I have a number of the assa 700's(comprising a master key system when taken as a whole), and a couple of 5-pin Scandinavian oval ruko cylinders that I am able to be trading with ATM...?

Not interesting, sorry. The whole point of this exercise for me is getting cylinders I can't just order here :)
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