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Old 02-22-2016, 11:11 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by MartyG View Post
So you always trust or distrust the reviews? Grain of salt means to be skeptical: Urban Dictionary: with a grain of salt
Some people don't like Master Locks; I understand. But my point is that three locks, keyed alike, are convenient, and always better than no lock at all.
I do not buy master anymore most if not all made in china. There are much better USA made locks out there. And of course cost more. The important part with any lock is the harden steel (or whatever they call it) hasp and key that is harder to pick. My last locks for where stanleys, and was really based on this.

I shopped around and found the best price. Used them for my batteries along with a very good steel bracket.

As far as amazon reviews I look at most of the reviews and try to weigh the good with the bad and which are most current as the product could have changed. Really new reviews usually are good either as no time has elapsed on the use of the product.


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