Rust resistant stainless steel padlocks
Possibly better known for its motorcycle accessories, Oxford Products has entered the marine market with a range of stainless steel padlocks and chains.
The Marineproof stainless steel Padlock comes in three sizes to suit a range of marine applications (from £49.95 MSRP). A 35mm lock has been designed specifically to meet a demand for a high quality stainless lock to secure boat hatches and lockers. The larger 50mm and 60mm locks are designed for heavier applications and used in conjunction with a chain. All locks use the highest quality materials including a S304 Stainless Steel body and cylinder components to ensure a long operating life in even the harshest marine conditions. Oxford are so confident this is going to be the best padlock available to the marine market, that they offer a 5-year warranty with each product!
The Marineproof security chain (£49.95 SRP) and Lockmate Cable (£19.95 SRP) can be used to secure a variety of watercraft and outboard motors to prevent opportunistic thefts. These can be used with the Marineproof Padlocks to provide the ultimate security solution.
Stefan Davies, Oxford Products Operations Manager stated “Our locks and chains are the best in the business with gold sold secure ratings therefore why not build on that to produce a stainless-steel Marineproof lock for the marine market where thefts of outboard motors, tenders and trailers are always an issue.”
Oxford products has signed a marine distribution deal with SMG Group for its Marineproof range, which also includes a new range of drybags.
By Jake Frith
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