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The Sesamee High Security Combination Padlocks have provided 80 years of reliable security Originally Patented in 1926, the Sesamee Large Combination Padlock basic design has remained unchanged over the years. The four wheel design which yields 10,000 possible combination changes, uses a solid brass internal platform which has evolved over the years. Sesamee high security combination padlock
Originally conceived with a multi-piece frame, the 1980’s saw the platform become a solid brass single piece frame. This change along with spring strength increases, shackle modifications, and wheel alignment improvements, made the Sesamee large combination Padlocks virtually impossible to pick open by both vandals and professional thieves alike.
If imitation is truly the sincerest form of flattery, the Sesamee Large Combination Padlock family of products, must be the most respected family of locks in the world.
The Sesamee Large Combination Padlock design has been copied repeatedly over the years, but the solid brass Sesamee High Security Combination Padlocks is still the first name requested on Federal, State and Local government specification sheets when it comes to reliable out-of-doors, weather resistant, combination locks. Sesamee Padlock reliability is evident in the fact that CCL Security Products offers a life-time warranty with each lock sold—regardless of who buys it.
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Unknown (Submitted on Aug 1st 2017)
Although I doubt that I will ever need to use it because of how sturdy it seem to be. This lock is easy to use and set.
Balchaugeti (Submitted on May 10th 2016)
These are very heavy padlocks but I had one break. Since these have a lifetime warranty, I contacted the factory, sent it to them and they replaced it.
The shackle popped out completely. The factory said this was due to the heavy lock and us pulling on the lock using it as a handle for the gate. We admitted that was indeed what we were doing, have not been pulling on the lock and have had no further issues.