|Product Dimensions||8.38 x 3.91 x 2.34 cm; 99.22 Grams|
|Item Model Number||MS9-3A|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Item Weight||99 g|
Alise MS9-3A Padlock Hasp Door Clasp Hasp Lock Latch SUS 304 Stainless Steel Brushed Nickel
|Price:||+ $8.07 Delivery|
- Constructed of SUS 304 stainless steel ensuring durability and dependability
- SUS 304 Stainless Steel will not rust
- Size: 84 x 39 x 23mm/3.3" x 1.54" x 0.92"(L*W*H); Mounting Hole Diameter: 5mm/0.2"
- Fit Padlock Dia(Max.): 19mm/0.7"; Weight: 100g
- Package Content: 1 x Hasp and 7x Screws
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SPECIFICATIONS -Material : SUS 304 Stainless Steel-Thickness : 2mm -Finish : Brushed Steel -Installation Method : Screw fixing Package Includes 1 x Hasp 7 X Screws Buy from Alise Solid metal construction, 2mm-thick, heavy duty design High quality mounting hardwares 20-days return guaranteed
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Reviewed in the United States on 4 December 2018
I purchased the 90 degree hasp. Unlike a typical double hinged hasp, this hasp's bend is fixed at 90 degrees, so when its in position with your door closed, you can't open the hasp to release the lock or actually place the lock, because it's stuck in the 90 degree bend between your door and frame. What I found out, in order to place the lock on the hasp once its in position or remove it for that matter, is merely to open the door. Opening the door, before you place the hasp in place, then once the door is open and you put the hasp in place, you then close the door-allowing the metal loop to come thru the hasp, and allowing you to place the lock locking your door. To reverse, you remove your lock, once removed you merely open your door, which allows you to enter.
The third picture down, on the product page here intends to show this process; the 1st image in the third picture shows the door and hasps position before placing the lock, the image below that, shows the image just before the lock is place.
For what it is, it works, its just no what one would expect an takes knowledge of how it works.
The high advantage this hasps has over others is it's large metal loop allowing it to accommodate large locks.
Note: I previously gave this hasp a 1 star, because of its odd design, but later learned that's how these locks work. The problem was me, not the hasp.
what ever your trying to protect will be gone when someone just pulls on your lock too hard and this thing comes apart