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Lockey Style 3210 Double Combination Deadbolt

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Lockey Style 3210 Double Combination Deadbolt

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Lockey Style 3210 Double Combination Deadbolt

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Lockey Style 3210DC Double Combination Deadbolt

The 3210DC - Double combination deadbolt is a Teflon coated, marine grade, saltwater environment maximum security double combination deadbolt.  It is most commonly used on gates and pool areas where deadbolt security is needed and a combination can be used to enter and exit.


Features Uses
  • Deadbolt Security
  • Built in oversized knob
  • Teflon coated, marine grade, saltwater environment friendly
  • Easy installation
  • Easily replaces existing deadbolt
  • For new door prep or existing application
  • Easy changeable combination
  • For right or left handed doors/ changeable handing
  • Single or double combination available
  • Adjustable deadbolt
  • Easy code change as often as required
  • To change the code the lock must be taken off the door
  • Covers 2 1/8" hole
  • Mechanical Reliability
  • Gates
  • Fences
  • Acces doors that require a combination to enter or exit
Available Finishes
Marine Grade Marine Grade (special finish)

Instructions and Templates for Lockey 3210DC

Lockey 3210 Keyless Lock Template
Lockey 3210 Instructions

 

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SKU:LK-3210DC
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Price$224.95 USD

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DIMENSIONS

  • 6 1/4" H x 1 3/4" W x 1 5/8" D
  • Total Coverage w/ Trim Plates Is: 6-1/2" x 2-1/2" x 1 5/8" D

 

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Lockey® Digital Systems, Inc. provide a lifetime mechanical warranty on many of their locks. Finishes are warranted for up to 5 yrs. Please read the Lockey Keyless Lock warranty in its entirety for complete warranty and product information.

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Questions and Answers

Question Does this automatically lock when the door closes?
Asked by: Chelsey - 8/28/2015
Question they do not. You would have to type in the code to activate the latch when you leave. Answer provided by:  Larry (9/1/2015)
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