JBL TerraSafe
Lock for terrarium pane

  • Secure terrarium: terrarium lock for sliding doors.
  • Easy and quick installation: insert keylock on opened door, close door, slide lock counterpart onto keylock and lock.
  • Robust design for sliding doors. For all panes from 3 up to 6 mm glass thickness
  • Incl. 2 keys.
  • Package contents: lock for terrarium pane, TerraSafe, incl. 2 keys
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Product information

Safe locking of the terrarium The keylock TerraSafe is suitable for the safe closure of terrarium sliding doors from 3 up to 6 mm thickness. The stable lock can be easily mounted and comes with a spare key.

Details

JBL TerraSafe

Art. no.:
6151600
EAN Code:
4014162615169
Content:
1 Pieces
Volume packaging:
0.360 l
Gross weight:
78.000 g
Net weight:
60 g
Weight factor:
1000
Size(l/h/w):
25/182/80 mm
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