Abloy High Security Key Control | Mr. Locksmith™ Video

Abloy High Security Key Control | Mr. Locksmith™ Video

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Today, we are going to talk about key control by using high-security Abloy keys that can’t be duplicated or unauthorized duplication. In the old days, you’d stamp a Kwikset key with do not copy but they could take the key to the local shoe repair guy and get a key cut. So, “do not copy” is absolutely meaningless on a regular key. It’s not worth nothing, and we tell people that. However, when you get a proper system like and Abloy, Schlage Primus or Medeco lock that have the patented key control, nobody can cut the keys unless you are the authorized person. It’s a special key Patented High-Security Key. The Abloy is key particularly good because it can not be cut by anything other than an Abloy key machine. So, if we’re cutting them, and even another authorized Abloy dealer will not cut this key for anybody at all because they just lose the whole ability to sell Abloy and a big fine from the manufacture written into the seller agreement.

The Abloy keys are high security. Each one is cut individually on a special Abloy machine. You can’t just get a machine and say, “Hey, you know, can you put this one here?” Which is a cut key and a key blank and just duplicate it like traditional ones. You can’t do that. This is Abloy Protec 2. It’s a latest technology. It does have a ball bearing inside, and that is integral in locking and unlocking your door. So if it ever pops out, which it shouldn’t, that alone will stop you from opening that door. Abloy Protec 2, when you purchase a lock, you will get a registration card that will match a two-part registration card, where you keep one part and I will keep one part, and when you reorder, you will have to present that card in order to get duplicate copies of that. So, anybody who phones my number and the key and says “I want a duplicate copy of this key” will not get a key. It could be your plumber, your electrician nanny, cook, whatever. It doesn’t really matter. 

The bottom line is, this is a patented key control system, it requires a special key machine to cut it, you’re not going get this cut by the local hardware store or the shoemaker. No one is going to be able to cut this. The specs are so tight, we are not gonna see them in the foreseeable future.

On 3-D printer or other methods of key duplication. This total key control, when they dig up our civilization, I keep on hearing, “Oh, keys are old.” “They’re gonna go passe.” “We’re all gonna go electronic locks.” No. When it gets right down to it if you have to secure something you are going do it with a High-Security Lock and key. If you want to be totally secure, you are going to have something that has patented key control. This is a high security Abloy. It’s the Protec2. Nobody can cut the keys except for the authorized dealer only with the authorized cardholder. This is a patented system, and again, I have it on everything. I have it in the Locksmith and my house. Whether it’s a master key, regular key, or whatever. The Abloy is one of the best systems out there for key control and physical security for your home or office.
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Ian McGaughey says:

So what if you buy a house with these locks and don’t get the card? Are you just screwed for getting keys for the house forever/ forced to replace all your locks? This seems like a bad solution to say the least

carlos alberto gonzalez diaz says:

Miro los videos y trato de entender algo. me gustan los videos pero en si ni entendi mucho creo que hablan de un nivel de seguridad mas alto en Abloy alguien que me corrija. gracias.

dcentral says:

Biometric and electronic locks are the future for commercial application. Big corporations and government agencies are ditching keys for biometric locks.

Narayan Shrestha says:

I am trying to buy 3 Abloy Protec2 locks but not able to find a place to buy them. Can you please help?
Greetings from Maryland, USA.

American Made says:

I have the Abloy protec2 deadbolt with mul-t-lock expanding bolt and i couldn’t imagine going back to store bought locks.

Mike Trieu says:

@2:30: What did you mean by “on 3D or whatever”? You mean the key can’t be replicated in 3D? Really? Not even by molding and casting in aluminum?

ComPrt3 says:

So where do you get a key cut? Why would I buy this type of lock if I can’t get more keys cut?

Minna Chau says:

I was considering these type of keys lately. Unfortunately, I can’t find a dealer near where we live in Bay Area. There is one in other city, but they close at 5pm everyday and not open on Sunday. If we have emergency such as lost key for many reasons, lock out, etc., we don’t get access to our house late at night cause the locksmith dealer is closed! While this is a secure key, I decide not to use this kind of keys because of the unforeseen hassles!

Joona Knuutinen says:

im almost 40 years old. i have never seen anything other than abloy locks for outside doors here in finland. its like if they had a monopoly. if they had, i dont care. ive seen some youtube videos, i have some pick sets and jack knives..

StealthFox says:

Not one of the best, it’s The Best!

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