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BOLT trailer hitch padlock uses car key to unlock

The BOLT (breakthrough one-key lock technology) padlock provides convenient, one-key security for a wide range of applications and eliminates the hassle of carrying countless extra keys.

BOLT_Receiver_Lock 5-8Featuring BOLT’s patented one-key lock technology, the weatherproof, durable Padlock is designed to be permanently programmed to lock and unlock using the vehicle’s ignition key.

“Our padlock is ideal for recreation activities and work use because it can be used to secure multiple gates, outbuildings and enclosed trailers all with one key,” said National Sales Manager Erika Garcia.  “Because the Padlock uses a vehicle’s ignition key, it saves users valuable time by ensuring they’ll never get to their destination and not be able to unlock and use their gear.”

BOLT’s Padlock doesn’t come equipped with its own key; rather, it is programmed during the first use: When drivers insert their ignition key into the padlock cylinder, spring-loaded plate tumblers move up and down until they are matched exactly to that key.

The first time the key is rotated, the cylinder is uniquely coded to that key.  When the key is removed, the cylinder moves into the locked position.  When the key is turned again, it will rotate to the unlocked position.

Featuring a sleek design and double ball bearing locking mechanism, the padlock has a spring-loaded, chrome-plated 5/16-inch diameter hardened steel shackle inside a crush-resistant body shell.

It includes an automotive-grade, stainless steel lock shutter to keep out weather and debris, as well as a six-plate tumbler sidebar that prevents picking and bumping.  For more information, visit www.boltlock.com.

About Greg Gerber

Greg Gerber is the editor of Let's RV and the editor of RV Daily Report. A Wisconsin native and father of three grown daughters, he is now based out of Arizona and travels the country in his Winnebago Adventurer motorhome interviewing industry professionals and interesting RVers alike. He can be reached at editor@letsrv.com

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