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19th September 2018 Issue no. 425
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Keyprint Security launches the new Xhorse range to the UK.
Following an exceptional response at the MLA Expo 2017, Keyprint Security is pleased to introduce the Xhorse key cutting machines and key programming devices to the UK. The Keyprint team will also provide their customers with full technical support to answer their questions and help solve any issue they might have.
The new Xhorse range is ideal for locksmiths, auto locksmiths and key cutters who want to expand their services or just need a back-up kit for their van. With a very competitive price point, users will be able to save money without compromising on the quality of the services they provide.
"We are excited to introduce to the UK new products that stand out for their functionality and reliability," said Nagib Jiwa, Keyprint Security Director. "We have worked with the Xhorse team for quite some time now and we are impressed with all the effort they put in the testing and development their products before reaching final users."
Featuring great precision of cuts and calibration, customers will love the new line of Xhorse key machines. Among the key programming devices, The VVDI Key Tool takes the centre stage. It allows users to clone, edit and generate transponders as well as generate and renew remotes with one single powerful device.
"Our customers really like the overall quality of the Xhorse range," added Nagib Jiwa. "They have praised the intuitive interface of the Condor Mini as well as the extreme versatility of the VVDI Key Tool and universal remotes. So far, we have been overwhelmed by the positive feedback we have received."
The full range of Xhorse key cutting machines and key programming devices along with full technical support are available now from Keyprint Security. To find out more visit www.keyprint.co.uk or get in contact with the Keyprint team by either sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 0131 555 0909.
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