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Make sure you screw it into place such that the plates cover the screws when the system is locked. If you do that, nothing to worry about. If you don't, well..maybe a screw driver gets through the lock. But that's on you. Cheap and easy to install, this is a great solution for locking a utility closet or similar wooden door.
Absolutely the best I've ever used. Just what I neede to lock my outdoor storage deck box. Since my Keter box had a plastic locking hasp loop it broke easily. The larger Keter 120 has a metal loop hasp, much better. This little Keter 70 cheaper. Replaced the screws with small M6 nuts, washers and bolts to secure this new hasp. Someone wants to get past this of course they can cut the plastic lid around it but my cameras will be watching.
worked excellent on my truck tool box. i couldnt be bother repairing all the inner workings of the locks and finding new keys. i used a self tapping screw i found to make the holes and bam i was done in 10 minutes. looks great. using a pad lock with a combo on it, no more lost keys.
Used the hasp as a supplement to a regular (read cheap) lockset on a shed door. I was able to fold the the hasp at the first hinge in order to cover the mounting hardware. The second hinge allowed the hasp to reach up to a door frame that is above the door surface. Worked perfectly for this challenge.
Excellent for my use! I put these on my small two drawer file cabinet and works great to keep out hands that should not belong in there for work. Night shift VS Day shift that want five finger discounts did not get my belongings!
Poor quality, the steel bends easily and the hinge pins are two short pieces that easily fall out if the hinge is stressed just a little. poor design and poor materials. Do not wast your money if you are actually trying to secure a door. I assume these problems are common to all National Hardware hasps.