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Locks and Security News: your weekly locks and security industry newsletter
21st February 2024 Issue no. 693

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Tradelocks deliver yet again - with another amazing deal!

* Dezmo-offer.jpgWant incredible deals every single week? Tradelocks don't disappoint with their 'product of the week' offer, delivered straight to their customer's mailbox every Friday. Tradelocks 'product of the week' boasts some of the best deals in the industry and everyone signed up to their newsletter can be in with a chance of bagging themselves a bargain.

This week they have some fantastic new and pre-owned Key Cutting Machines available from the world renowned brand Keyline:

Dezmo Ex-Demo Machine

Liger software can process every cutting system and has the ability to easily obtain updates; this is what makes the Dezmo stand out against the rest. It allows for precise cutting quality of both code and copy duplication and defines the standard for duplicating single and double-sided automotive keys.

It comes fully integrated with a colour touch screen and software updates are available via USB or internet connection - making it super simple to use. The Dezmo even has the ability to decode a key by photograph, making it like none other on the market.

This fantastic product is available at just £4950 + VAT and Tradelocks are even throwing in a FREE laptop!

Versa Ex-Demo Machine

* Versa-ex-dem.jpgSpecially designed for graphic engraving of metal key heads and cut by code of both high cut laser and dimple keys, this machine has a range of capabilities.
It comes with an up to date database of codes and the technical guidelines for the best possible key cutting results.

The Versa is fast, taking just a few seconds to code one side of a key. It has an advanced spindle that operates at 28,000 RMP. It also has the capabilities to operate in either InstaCode connected or standalone mode.

It is fitted with 4 standard jaws which cover all types of vehicle keys as well as a master key for cylinders. Each of its jaws ensures the safe installation of the key with its key installation system and automatic calibration features.

At £5950 + VAT this fantastic machine is £2000 off Tradelocks usual sale price, and the inclusion of a FREE laptop makes it a truly incomparable deal.

* Sigma-pro-offer.jpgBrand New Sigma Pro Mortice Key Machine

This high speed electronic key cutter is designed for pump, bit, double bit and special angular keys. The colour touch screen and graphic interface make it extremely easy to operate.

The key reading ability of the Sigma is fast and cutting cycle short with the help of the pioneering visualisation system. The system can recognise and correct the keys inclination automatically and shifts it to the ideal position.

The Sigma Pro can cut a wide variety of keys and uses Liger software like the Dezmo. Amongst other features, its card maker function makes it the essential key cutting machine for any Locksmith!

* Carat2.jpgAs part of Tradelocks product of the week deal, the Sigma Pro Mortice Key machine is only £9500 + VAT and comes with a FREE laptop - but with only one available, you'll have to be quick!

Brand New Carat 2 Jaw Flat key Copying Machine

This simple cylinder cutting machine has been designed to cut cruciform keys and flat keys for car and cylinder locks. It is capable of cutting multiple cylinder and cylinder car keys.

Prided on how flexible, safe and easy to use it is, the Carat Key Cutter allows for the deepest and most rapid cutting.

At just £795 + VAT this Tradelocks lowest price ever, with £500 off the RRP.

All of this week's product offers are available until Thursday the 14th of January or until stocks last.
To get your hands on these fantastic offers before they expire or to find out how to receive other incredible offers each and every week visit: www.tradelocks.co.uk


13th January 2016

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