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ABUS 20/80 Diskus Stainless Steel Padlock Keyed Different

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  • Manufactured in Germany
  • Lock made of stainless steel, inside and out
  • 2 keys per lock
  • Keyed different, with over 30,000 true key differs
  • ABUS-Plus disk cylinder: Highest protection against manipulation, extremely high number of key variations, designed to resist drilling and pulling, with Anti-Cut Plate

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Customer Reviews

To slowing them down... ALOT. Don't be confused about what a hardened or case hardened or a stainless shackle means. It means most can all be cut off with 36 inch bolt cutters in seconds. Enter the ABUS 20/80 extreme high security disc lock. Most 36 inch bolt cutters can't even get their jaws around this diameter shackle and even if they could it would just shatter or "groove" the jaws. Yes no lock is impenetrable but this will definitely slow them down. To the best of my knowledge the only way you're going to get this off is with a high speed diamond/carbide grinder(noisy andkinda dangerous when they shatter their disks which is often in a grind like this). Also in all fairness let's not forget the ultimate monster the acetylene torch but most people are not usually tooling around with that type of equipment. As everyone knows it's just a question of slowing them down and going to an easier target. 5Tight is good though as it makes fitting bolt cutters impossible I use it to lock my boat to a tree in my back yard. Able to put double links of 3/8th inch chain through it though it's tight. May or may not fit half inch chain. Tight is good though as it makes fitting bolt cutters impossible. Key hole cover is quality and should keep water from penetrating. Very quality lock. 5Works on PODS storage unit Works perfectly on the PODS storage unit. It wasn t a tight fit so it was easy to maneuver but there was also no excess space to expose the top handle. The only way someone could bring into my storage unit is if they picked the lock (no way to cut it) so I m very happy with this lock. 5A top quality lock with crazy keys that are difficult to duplicate! Love it's beefy construction and when you get the key properly in the slot, it opens like butter.The trouble is, if you put the key in only partially, the lock will jam and you are in deep trouble.It can jam the mechanism if you proceed to try to strong arm the key out of the slot.You need to gently insert the key and wiggle it while pushing down to ensure you have fullengagement. A real pain in the ass however I have no doubt this will foil any crook exceptthe ones with portable cutoff wheels. I like it very much. 5Keeping Storage Pickers at Bay Disc padlocks are a special type of shrouded padlock used in self-storage facilities that are round in shape and only have a small opening for the shackle to pass through the hasp on the door of the tenant s self-storage unit. While this affords the tenant decent physical security against cutting attacks, the lock itself is still vulnerable to both destructive and non-destructive attacks. This review of the ABUS Diskus 20/80 80mm diameter padlock will highlight the 20/80 s improvements over typical self-storage padlocks from a customer perspective, improvements from an engineering perspective, as well as a few things to be aware of when working with an ABUS Diskus 20/80.Immediately upon receiving the box, two very reassuring properties are displayed without even opening the box. First, this is a heavy lock. ABUS states that this lock weighs 0.469 kg, or roughly 1 pound. In contrast, the ABUS 28/70, a more value-oriented, yet still very competent, lock weighs 0.249kg, or roughly 8.5 ounces. Doubling the weight of a padlock affords it the potential to be stronger against attacks that exploit low mass as a weakness, such as torsion attacks. The second property this lock proudly displays is that it is made in Germany. Whereas many disc padlocks are made in China due to lower manufacturing costs, ABUS produces its Diskus line in Germany to a far higher standard that does result in an increased cost to the consumer, but a substantially stronger lock than what can be typically purchased at a big-box store or self-storage facility.The Made in Germany quality connotation carries over to when the box is opened and the product is removed. In stereotypical yet valid stereotypical German fashion, the box is packed in such a way that the unboxing is an experience. The box opens, and out comes a white cardboard coverall that surrounds the lock. The 11mm (approximately 7/16 ) hardened shackle has the keyring on it with 2 rather unorthodox keys. The cuts on the key should alert the end-user that this is not a typical pin-tumbler lock; there s some special sauce in here. The keyring also comes with an ABUS-Plus (the name of ABUS s disc-detainer system) key card that allows the end-user to get duplicate keys, and a small instruction manual on how to properly use the disc-detainer system to maximize usability and operating life. All very well packed, as when I tried to repack it, I could not get it the way ABUS initially had it. This speaks volumes to the precision of the presentation of this top-tier product, the amount of care that ABUS puts into the little things, and the high expectations of this product.Removing the lock from its box and white cardboard shell, the body itself is made from 2 pieces of stainless steel approximately 1/8 thick where the locking mechanisms reside. The two halves are deep-welded together to form a lock. While the weld itself is not coated over to give the resemblance of a single piece of stainless, the weld does go the full depth of the stainless pieces and gives the lock more structural rigidity. Additionally, the weld itself is smooth, consistent, and there are neither dings nor dents on the body nor on the weld that hinder lock functionality. Lastly, a door in front of the cylinder to keep the weather from affecting operations I ve seen some disc padlocks where there are dings and dents and other issues out of the box that make operation rough at best. No such issues here.The shackle is 11mm in diameter (approximately 7/16 ), and if the black shackle color is any indication, it shares the same basic shackle structure as the ABUS Granit series. The Granit series shackles are either 11mm or 14mm (approximately 9/16 ) in diameter and are hardened to approximately 65 Rockwell while maintaining enough flexibility that they are not hard to the point of being brittle. This hard-yet-flexible shackle can be the difference between a shackle that distorts, yet stays locked (and keeps the aspiring intruder out), and a shackle that stays rigid, yet breaks off and allows forced entry. I ll give up a little hardness in favor for flexibility, particularly when the lock is made in Germany and the shackle is almost 1/2 in diameter. Even better, the shackle s size does not hinder smooth operation. When combined with the build quality of the body, everything is shaping up to be a spectacular self-storage padlock.Which brings me to the ABUS-Plus disc-detainer system. A disc-detainer lock is a lock that uses a series of rotating discs within a lock cylinder. Each rotating disc has a true gate on the outside of the disc for a hardened steel sidebar to fall into, as well as false gates that are designed to deceive would-be pickers. The key has 6 different angles for laser cuts that correspond to a digit on the card provided with the lock, and a front cut that corresponds to a profile disc. 1 = 0 degrees; 2 = 18 degrees; 3 = 36 degrees; 4 = 54 degrees; 5 = 72 degrees; 6 = 90 degrees (pure vertical). When the correct key is put into the lock, the key turns the discs, the discs true gates line up, the sidebar drops into the true gates, and the lock opens. While this sounds complex, in actual operation it is no different than a normal lock to the user. Key goes in, turn key, lock opens. What a disc-detainer affords the end-user is immunity from bump-key, and to an extent drilling, attacks. Drilling attacks against a cylinder are self-explanatory. A drill is used to drill through the cylinder, destroying the cylinder, pins, springs, etc., and allows for a screwdriver to turn the actuator and open the lock. The Abus 20/80 has two anti-drill discs in the very front of the cylinder to provide robust protections against drilling attacks. Bump-key attacks are when a specially cut key is inserted into a lock, and a rubber (usually) hammer strikes the key s handle. The force of the strike bumps up a traditional locking mechanism s pins, and after the pins hit their apex, a shear line is created that allows the lock to be opened. A disc-detainer has no such pins nor springs, and therefore cannot be bumped. Additionally, a disc-detainer requires specialized tools to be considered pickable, and ABUS disc detainers have false gates in them (typically 2 or 3 per disc) in order to further obfuscate the true disc coding to would be hackers. Is it the best solution? No, but I ll cover that in the next section on things to look out for with this lock.If this lock is so amazing, why then are there shortcomings? Well there are a few, and while they are minor and to a great degree subjective, they merit mentioning. These shortcomings include limited key bitings compared to other disc-detainers (but not necessarily compared to other self-storage locks), its larger-than-standard size, and even the relative delicacy of which this lock must be used and turned compared to a traditional lock. The first is limited key bitings. As mentioned throughout, there are 6 discs, and each disc has 6 possible cuts. This gives a total of 6 to the 6th power, or 46,656 key combinations. However, due to security concerns that arise as a result of combinations that would have limited disc variability, the actual number of usable combinations is closer to 30,000 to 32,000. Compared to an Abloy Protec2 lock, which has over 13 billion combinations, or even an ABUS Granit lock, which has over 250,000 combinations (6 to the 7th power, barring a few combinations that are too low-security for a Granit), this sounds rather limiting. For perspective, an average self-storage lock, assuming 4 pins, only has approximately 700 possible keying combinations, which would allow for multiple locks in a single facility to have the same key biting. An improved self-storage lock with 5 pins, has approximately 2,500 combinations. While this may be enough for every person in a 800 to 1,000 unit facility to have his or her own individual combination, as tenants move out and replacement locks are bought by a facility, the possibility of keyed-alike locks increases dramatically. The 20/80 s approximately 30,000 combinations means that not only is the possibility of two keyed-different locks having the same disc configuration largely eliminated, but even across multiple facilities, the odds of having locks that have the same keying exist is greatly reduced. If the Granit s 7-disc configuration were to be used (affording 250,000 combinations), this issue would be largely eliminated even at the district level, but 30,000 compared to 2,500, let alone 700, is a victory in itself.The second issue is size. The standard 70mm disc lock typically has a 10mm shackle. The 20/80 has an 11mm shackle and is 80mm in diameter. While a larger (and in this case much harder and stronger) shackle is beneficial to reduce the odds of a cutting attack, it can prevent the 20/80 from being used at facilities where hasps have smaller openings. A quick and dirty test to see if the 20/80 is compatible is to see if any tenants have American 700 padlocks on their units. These are the big round store-front closing padlocks that have gained a reputation as cheap and tough. They also have 7/16 inch (roughly 11mm) shackles. If you see one in the facility you rent at, odds are a 20/80 will fit. If not, there s still a 20-series suited for you. The slightly smaller, yet still extremely well-built 20/70. The only thing the 20/70 concedes is 1mm in the shackle, a 70mm instead of 80mm body (hence the 70 designation), and the loss of one anti-drill plate on the lock cylinder. It s still an extremely good lock, and recommended if either the 80mm diameter or the 11mm diameter shackle of the 20/80 is too big for use.The final issue this lock has is not so much an issue with the lock itself, but more towards those expecting a lock that can be ham-fisted like a traditional padlock. Disc-detainer discs are free-spinning, and can spin independently of one another. This means that while you get a very-difficult-to-pick lock, opening the lock too early can result in the cylinder binding with the right key. Let me disclose this right now, DO NOT FORCE THE KEY! The disc-detainer cylinder is made of steel, and will handle more force than you can put through with the key. The key will break LONG before the cylinder itself is overloaded. If the key binds, turn they key back to square one, re-align the key, and try again. Disc-detainers do require the key to be pushed in all the way (but not jammed in) in order to function properly. Once this little tidbit of information is remembered, turning the key is no different than using a traditional pin-tumbler lock, and the actual lock behavior is very often smoother than with a pin-tumbler. Make sure those who use this type of lock know that finesse and smoothness will win out over brute force when entering and turning the key.I could say that the stratospheric cost of this lock versus a normal disc lock would be an issue, but I prefer to look at it as I m trading more money for FAR more quality and precision than I could get in a standard self-storage lock. German manufacturing and quality, an extremely hard shackle, very tight build tolerances, a key system that is nearly impossible to pick and IS impossible to bump, and even the little things such as the presentation of the lock in packaging, are hallmarks to this lock s status in the range. It s ABUS s best storage lock, and probably the best storage lock in the world, ABUS knows it, and they want the customer who buys it to know it. Yes there are better locks in ABUS s line-up such as the aforementioned Granit, but their increased keying security and physical security comes at the cost of sticking out in a field of disc padlocks. The 20/80 s features far outweigh its largely subjective, and frankly trainable, shortcomings, and make it an ideal lock for high-security protection of your stored valuables. If the 20/80 is simply too large, then the 20/70 is just as much lock in a more universally adaptable package. Either way, spend the extra $15 to $25 these cost over a Master Lock. You may have a much lighter wallet in the short-term, but you will have a much more secure storage experience in the long-term. 5the most secure lock of its type Great lock with German engineering. While I haven't tested the shackle, the security rating of this lock is quite high compared to most other locks in this category, I would guess the shackle is significantly hardened. Also the disk key type makes this lock very difficult to pick open. It will easily fit two links of a 3/8" security chain, which makes it great for a bike or motorcycle chain lock (although it does take a little futzing around to get the chain links position correctly in the opening while at the same time turning the key to close the shackle). 5Highly recommended for anyone looking for the best quality The extra-thick shackle hoop fit my storage bin latch insert holes perfectly. This has got to be the toughest disc lock to pick in the World, if it's "pickable" at all! Highly recommended for anyone looking for the best quality, best security, most tamper-proof storage disc lock available today. Before purchasing, make sure your latch insert holes are large enough to accommodate this lock's thick shackle diameter. When locking and unlocking, GENTLY wiggle and work the key back-n-forth inside the hole so as to NOT damage the lock's interior tumblers or bend any teeth on the two-sided key. Once the key "catches" the tumblers correctly, the open-close actions are very smooth and easy. 5Top quality When I went to my storage vault with my new lock the guy that runs the place saw it he was going to show me how to properly put it on the door and he commented that this is one of the best locks he has ever seen. Not those Chinese pieces of crap that most everyone else uses 5Fits Penske 16FT Truck! I'm here to write the review that YOU need. Yes! It fits! It's a tight fit but that's the point!! It didn't rust and we got hit with a freak snow storm in VA coming from Texas too!This is a nice, secure lock that fits the Whiting latch assembly on a Penske 16FT truck. I can't say if it will fit a 22FT (other reviews says it does) or a 12FT, but IT FITS A 16FT!( Pro Moving Tip: Always get a moving truck from a corporate district store and NOT a gas station/mom & pop place because they're newer, and in much better condition). Penske > UHaul anyway.Anyway, best of luck for your moving trip. 5I did some reading online and the ABUS 20/80 came highly recommended. It is very heavy and the shackle is ... This is one tough lock. I am renting a storage unit and wanted something quality that would deter a potential thief. I did some reading online and the ABUS 20/80 came highly recommended. It is very heavy and the shackle is thick. I would think this would be extremely difficult if not impossible to remove with a bolt cutter. I was worried that it might not fit on my storage unit, but was happy to see I got it on with no problem. The key is different than a traditional lock you would buy. It can't be bumped and would be much harder to pick. The extra money spent is well worth it for the peace of mind. Ultimately almost any lock can be removed with the right tools, but I would think most criminals would go for an easier target. 5
ABUS 20/80 Diskus Stainless Steel Padlock Keyed Different

ABUS 20/80 Diskus Stainless Steel Padlock Keyed Different

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