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Padlock

Ideal for locking your storage unit.

Quantity:
$9.00 inc GST

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When the security of your goods is your top priority, then a padlock is the solution for you. There are endless possibilities when using a padlock, these ranging from locking away your storage so no one can access it but you, to only using the padlock to secure your luggage on long trips. Regardless of your security needs, a padlock is a solution for you. Have the ease of mind knowing your possessions are safe and away from harm when using padlocks, as the only person who can access your goods, are you. Worked by having a key that fits into the bottom of the padlock, solely you or whoever you decide access too will be able to touch your items.

Best used for

A padlock has an abundance of uses. Initially, locking away peoples goods and possessions by having a unique key that is given to the owner when purchased. Guaranteeing that only the people who own the padlock, or someone they want to access their goods, will be open it. One of the most beneficial uses of a padlock is to help people lock away their storage units.

FAQs

What is a padlock?


A padlock has an abundance of uses. Initially, locking away peoples goods and possessions by having a unique key that is given to the owner when purchased. Guaranteeing that only the people who own the padlock, or someone they want to access their goods, will be open it. One of the most beneficial uses of a padlock is to help people lock away their storage units. This is providing an immense level of safety for those using units, as it guarantees that only they can access their space. On top of this, padlocks assist with storing away your goods for long periods. Regardless of the method of transporting your storage or luggage, it is imperative to keep it locked and secure for its long trip.

How do padlocks work?


Padlocks work by having a unique key for each lock and using this to work the inner mechanics to open the device. The padlock, when bought, is supplied with a key that is unique to the lock. This allowing, in return, will be the only one able to open the device. By placing the key within the padlock, you then turn clockwise to work the inner mechanics of the lock, which will then move a pin inside and open the lock. Once this is down, you pick up the shackle and move it counterclockwise to release it from the lock attached either to your storage unit, or other similar storage devices.

Are padlocks secure?


Padlocks have traditionally been one of the most secure ways to lock up your possessions. By having only one unique key that can open your padlock, it proves to ensure your goods stay secure and safe. Additionally, by having this individual key, you are also able to give it to a trusted person to open your storage unit. Mainly being used for storage units, it can help guarantee your goods are kept safe, even with other tenants walking around. This is then allowing the owner to have peace of mind while storing their goods, knowing that no one can access them unless it is you or someone to trust. A padlock is a lot more versatile that just keeping storage units safe, however. They have also proved to be extremely beneficial when storing away your luggage for long hauled trips, as this will ensure that your possessions will get from one leg of your journey to another.

Padlock vs. Combination Lock?


Several differences differentiate between a padlock and a combination lock. The first difference between the two that will be obvious is the accessibility between a padlock and a combination lock. A padlock is accessed by using a unique key that is given to the buyer once the padlock is purchased, and this then will internally open the mechanism. Alternatively, a combination lock is using a number dial mechanism that is also specific to each lock; however, the number is set by the user once purchased, and similarly internally opens the lock once placing in the number in the specific order. Although the two do not share many similarities, they do have one, which is that the combination lock sometimes can also be used as a padlock, as they occasionally possess a unique key, as well as their number dial. The combination lock can be considered to be more convenient, as it has no key. Meaning your keychain is lighter; however, this can also be considered a burden. If the combination for the lock is forgotten, you will need to find a means to open it.

Shipping and Returns

National Storage or its agent will deliver the goods you order to the address you specify in your order, within the agreed time frame, subject to their availability.

National Storage’s days of operation for delivery are Monday to Friday servicing locations across Australia and New Zealand. The minimum delivery fee is $12.95. Please refer to the delivery service fee calculator on https://nationalstorage.com.au/online-shop/ available prior to checkout to determine if your delivery address is within our service area and the correlating delivery fee. The delivery fee is also subject to the quantity and size of your order.

Once your order has been placed, National Storage or its agent will provide you with a tracking number. Should you wish to amend your order details or have any queries, please contact our customer service team on 1300 217 115 if you are located in Australia or 0800 541 055 if you are located in New Zealand.

The standard timeframe for delivery is 2-3 business days for metro areas. Please note, due to COVID19, our deliveries are currently experiencing delays of up to 2 days.

Anyone at the delivery address who receives the goods will be presumed by National Storage or its agent to be authorised to receive the goods.

If there is no-one at the delivery address or no-one of appropriate age to receive the order, National Storage may charge you additional delivery fees.

Once the goods are delivered to you, you will own them, and it is your responsibility if they are lost or damaged.
National Storage offers a 7-day return policy on all unopened goods except those sold on a “No Returns Basis”. We also offer a 7-day return policy on “Dead on Arrival”, “Incorrectly Shipped” or “Damaged in Transit” goods. Shipping charges may apply and are not refundable.

Terms and Conditions

  1. National Storage or its agent will deliver the goods you order to the address you specify in your order, within the agreed time frame, subject to their availability.
  2. National Storage’s days of operation for delivery are Monday to Friday servicing locations across Australia and New Zealand. The minimum delivery fee is $12.95. Please refer to the delivery service fee calculator on https://nationalstorage.com.au/online-shop/ available prior to checkout to determine if your delivery address is within our service area and the correlating delivery fee. The delivery fee is also subject to the quantity and size of your order.
  3. Once your order has been placed, National Storage or its agent will provide you with a tracking number. Should you wish to amend your order details or have any queries, please contact our customer service team on 1300 216 978 if you are located in Australia or 0800 541 055 if you are located in New Zealand.
  4. The standard timeframe for delivery is 3-5 business days for metro areas. Please note, due to COVID19, our deliveries are currently experiencing delays of up to 2 days.
  5. Anyone at the delivery address who receives the goods will be presumed by National Storage or its agent to be authorised to receive the goods.
  6. If there is no-one at the delivery address or no-one of appropriate age to receive the order, National Storage may charge you additional delivery fees.
  7. Once the goods are delivered to you, you will own them, and it is your responsibility if they are lost or damaged.
  8. National Storage offers a 7-day return policy on all unopened goods except those sold on a “No Returns Basis”. We also offer a 7-day return policy on “Dead on Arrival”, “Incorrectly Shipped” or “Damaged in Transit” goods. Shipping charges may apply and are not refundable.