Introducing Schlage SecureKey

Schlage’s new SecureKey™ cylinder allows you to re-key the lock without ever removing it from the door.


If you see a plus sign (+) above the keyway on a Schlage residential lockset, you could say it is a sign of the times. Schlage introduced the new SecureKey rekeyable lock system in January. A plus sign on the lock plug is used as an indicator showing that the lock contains new SecureKey rekeyable...


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For further information contact your local locksmith distributor or visit the web site www.SecureKey.Schlage.com. Additional procedures for working with SecureKey locks will be discussed in a future Locksmith Ledger article.

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