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Locks and Security News: your weekly locks and security industry newsletter
12th December 2018 Issue no. 437

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Get into profitable car keys

So many very good locksmiths are struggling today with cheap competitors doing substandard work with substandard materials. And then the host of "national" companies with 50 phone numbers. Lockdecoders, right from the start, has concentrated on development of specialised equipment for auto locksmiths. That is the field where fly-by-nights have problems to function.

The firm is now offering a package for established domestic locksmiths to move successfully into auto work. With other reputable suppliers in the field and our friends at Kennet Leasing we have put together a mighty package of key-cutting, transponder cloning and key programming tools which can be leased over 5 years for just £16 per working day so you don't need to use up your working capital. Not hard to make a profit out of that!

The package includes the mighty Miracle A9 Special auto key-cutting machine, the marvellous MiraClone set up to copy just about any transponder that exists, specialised tools for programming such as the complete SuperVagKey and Truecode systems plus the new Auro IM600.

But, still more - you get a free two day training course at our HQ in Swanley, south-east of London - a free night's bed and breakfast at the nearby Premier Inn and 6 months free telephone tech support. Courses in January and February.

All that, everything, for just £16 per working day if you are an established business to qualify for the lease.
Phone us on 01322 407790 if you want to look into this in more detail.

PS - you can even pay to do the course and get that cost refunded if you go ahead. You need a laptop on Windows 10.

www.lockdecoders.com

21st November 2018




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