ABUS 888 Cylinder for 83 Series Padlocks

ABUS 888 Cylinder for 83 Series Padlocks
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    Product Description

    ABUS 888 cylinder with restricted (Do Not Duplicate) key. A 6 pin core to fit all ABUS 83 series (except IC version) house key padlocks as well as 90Ti/50
    888 keys are much more robust than standard OEM keys with 4x higher torsion resistance and key blanks are NOT available at your local hardware store. 

    This cylinder comes with one cut key per KD (keyed different) or KA (keyed alike).
    Custom keyed to an existing key number you have (see drop menu above) comes with 1 key for the set.

    Additional keys (sku RKAB1188) can be ordered in our "Replacement keys" section

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    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 1 Reviews
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    5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 888 cylinder is better than expected, 4.13.2017
    Reviewer: MW (North Bend, WA)

    I recently bought a padlock and an additional 888 core from Lockitt's eBay store. I thought there was more room in the keyway than there really was. I expected this to be just as easy to manipulate as a Schlage or Kwikset cylinder. This was the first time I've seen 888 cylinders and I didn't think much of it other than the key is restricted. The lock and extra core arrived yesterday in the mail and I'm really impressed with the level of security this cylinder provides. The pins are protected fairly well from tight warding near the top of the keyway, which makes this core more difficult against pick attacks than the Schlage C6A cores I'm used to. I'm a lock picking hobbiest and I like to rebuild cores to have more challenging pins and make the lock as difficult to pick as possible. So far, I've not had any success at all.--Not even a false set, so I am quite happy with this product line and would trust it to protect my valuables over more conventional keyways. Plus, I don't see key blanks ANYWHERE for this lock online, so unauthorized key duplication does seem like it would be problematic. Thank you Lockitt!