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I have just bought some pretty expensive equipment for my home office and i am looking for a lock to help secure this.

Any ideas on what the best solutions is, needs to be lockable from the inside and outside.

What do you have fitted? :p
 
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lockable from the inside?? why would you need it to be lockable from the inside secure your stuff if your in there, me thinks you just want a home masturbation room :D:p
 
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lockable from the inside?? why would you need it to be lockable from the inside secure your stuff if your in there, me thinks you just want a home masturbation room :D:p

Haha, he's caught you there!

But seriously, dont you lock your doors when your alseep?
 
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Get rid of the window, its the easiest way in :p

But not much point in spending loads on an impenetrable door for someone to get in via the window while your out, unless you live in a flat on the 2nd plus floor.
 
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Those steel security doors look pretty good actually.

There are also fibreglass composite doors with steel reinforcing that are pretty secure and look similar to a wooden door.

http://www.rockdoor.com/

Windows are still a weak point though. Best way around that would be to use laminated glass. Toughened glass can be reduced to a pile of glass shards in seconds and with hardly any sound. People who get double doors fitted with toughened glass are asking to be robbed.
 
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:O. i don't even know what masturbation is, i'd never dream of it :rolleyes:

Lockable from the inside is to just stop people mivering me, coming in, messing.
 
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I was thinking something like:

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But just the lock bit, not the handle.

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any sort of lock like that would be sufficient, hell a normal yale lock which locks when you close the door would be the easiest option? the type they have on council houses
 
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- Replaced image with propper type i think i need ?

Yale maybe but as my door is so close to the wall and has no space for a yale.
 
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