Rated 4 out of 5Â by Babbers good product
Good quality lock, but a bit tricky to fit at first. As I had several to fit I managed to fine-tune the technique!
14 Dec 2015
Rated 2 out of 5Â by badgereye era window swing lock
The first step is to throw away the screws,they are so soft,you can hardly drive them in without rounding off or sheering. If the window and the frame aren't at right angles you will have to make tapered packers to get them to align correctly. If you have gaps in your windows you will have problems fitting these. You also don't have enough room for the driver head to put the screws in straight so they have to go in at an angle which can cause the head to foul on the swing over arm.After all this you will have damaged the soft powder coated finish resulting in an ugly finish. Such hard work for a simple problem.
26 Aug 2015
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Gavin502002 Simple and efficient
Great product easy to fit great for child safety especially when child throws phone charger out of window
29 May 2015
Rated 3 out of 5Â by tuftyaurelius Quality?Instruction leaflet?
Just a few faults with this product:
*instructions and diagrams (back of blister pack) are ambiguous! Picture on front shows the lock swinging from the top as it should. Diagram on the back shows it swinging from the bottom!
*Quality of four screws supplied is of poor/low grade steel. Not galvanised (zinc coated) for greater durability and corrosion protection. On driving the screws into the frame shards of metal came off the heads due to the poor quality low grade steel.
*The "2mm" gap between swing lock body and striker plate is difficult to get exactly correct. Depression within striker plate is too shallow which means that the BOLT has to be screwed very tightly into the hole to achieve maximum security. Hole needs to be deeper for greater security.
*Paintwork on the lock needs to be better quality so that it does not flake off through use. Suggestion: bottom of hole should be rubberised?!
13 Apr 2015