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    Hello everyone.

    I have a lovely lady friend who is now going to be placing me under enforced chastity. ( I don't know if I should be scared or excited since this is my first time being locked by someone else) Anyway she knows that given time I can pick the current masterlock padlocks I have on the belt so she wanted me to find (gulp) a lock that either can not be picked or would be extremely have for a newbie like me to get open with a paperclip.

    After doing some research I found some ABUS locks that are supposed to do that very same thing. Keep me locked and frustrated for a month. (initially) Anyone here have any experience with these locks?
     
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    I am not familiar with these locks. For me Mistress uses the plastic numbered locks. I can open them anytime I need to, for an emergency, but there is no way of hiding the fact that I did. In your case perhaps using one of those in conjunction with a Master lock might work. Then you have the security of a real lock with the added tamper evidence of the plastic seal.
     
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    Abus locks are very common in mainland Europe. They're also the ones Neosteel use for their made-to-measure belts; so your ladyfriend should be onto a pretty sure thing. Their website is www.abus.com - take a look.
     
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    I don't recall the brand, but there is a house deadbolt lock that is un pickable because it doesn't use tumblers in a conventional manner.
     
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    I found out the brand, but they don't make a small enough padlock for the CB series.
    http://www.mul-t-lockusa.com/about.asp
     
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    Now this is the kind of lock I am looking for too bad it isn't just a little a smaller to fit the cb2k locking pin.
     
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    the other catch is, that particular site is USA only.
    outside the US site: http://www.multlock.com/231.html?ItemId=199
     
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    I am USA based. :) I just wish it would be easier to find key holders. :( Lucky I found a female friend who is interested and is going to use me as the test subject for her boyfriend. All she asks is a lock that is pretty hard if not impossible to pick.
     
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    sorry I didn't realize that NEPA is N.E. PA. Not some area a "redneck" american like me has never heard of. :anim_39:
     
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    LOL I really should have put the "." in when I entered it.
     
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    A perfectly reasonable ask IMO......:evilgrin0042:
     
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    Earlier this year, I went on a search for a high-security lock that would fit my CB3k, with a PA security cable. Hopefully this info may help. I found that because of the small size required, "high security" is rare but not impossible. The common Master lock I was using was fabulous in the area of corrosion, but numerous keys could open that lock, making security a joke.

    Moving on, and please correct me if I'm wrong...I believe the pin hole on my CB3k is 5 mm (or 6 mm with a very tight fit that almost breaks the pin). With that in mind, here are a few possibilities:

    1. http://www.burg-waechter.de/WGBurgWaechter/ProdukteBurgWaechter.nsf/contentByKey/FNIN-5CHLCA-EN-p
    which also might be available at this UK site: http://www.directlocks.co.uk/burg-wachter-m-18.html

    2. For a possible Abloy-branded lock, look for the "PL321N/20, PL321N/50 GRADE 2 PADLOCK" on page 2 of the PDF: long URL to Abloy website
    or alternatively: http://www.abloyusa.com/

    3. I currently use this lock for marine applications by Abus and I'm very happy with it, despite its slight bulkiness (adds to the secure feeling)

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    (I use the middle size, I believe):
    http://www.abus.de/us/main.asp?ScreenLang=us&select=0103b03&artikel=4003318010408
    This Abus lock is available in some marine supply stores, but seems to be fairly rare. While the site says "standard security", it seem much more than a standard Master lock.

    Mul-T-Lock recently had a G-Series lock with a 3/16" shackle, but that seems to have disappeared from their web site: Mul-T-Lock

    Hope this helps.
     
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    Additionally, some "high security" locks can only be snapped shut with the key in the lock. The key cannot be removed with the lock in the open position. This means that I cannot lock myself up without my KH being present. For some people, this may be an advantage. For others like me, I needed the ability to lock the device on without my KH (or the key) being present.

    I think this feature is sometimes referred to as "key retention". The Abus padlock in the photo above is NOT of this design.
     
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    The Abus middle-size, I looked, has a shackle diameter of 4.5mm. I like the marine use idea, as it'll mean there's no risk of the innards rusting over extended periods when you'll need to be using the bath/shower etc.
     
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    I double checked the Abus lock I use and it turns out it's the smaller one. It is marked 84/25.
     
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