Brightlock Shield

Discussion in 'Motorhome Security' started by gordoncbrown, Mar 3, 2014.

  1. gordoncbrown

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    Hi, thinking of getting one of these to improve security slightly. I have seen one on Ebay but cannot seem to find one anywhere else? Does anyone know where to get a new one?:thumb:
     
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    Surprised that there are no replies
     
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    Just googled it to see what it was and I must say I was impressed. The idea of no drilling or anything to fit it is appealing and the fact you can use it when you are in the vehicle for added peace of mind at night. How much are they?
     
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    Hi Gordon, if you google Brightlock Shield this thread is in the no 1 position :Smile: which means there is not much out there about them. I'm not entirely sure the company is still trading.
     
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    Me too, I have had a look at it and seems good bit of kit especially as there is no drilling involved, there seems a shortage of retail outlets for it on google. Price ? I am wondering if it will fit my door lock which is a right flimsy affair and in need of something !
     
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    Unfortunately I think Jim is correct. We looked at them some years ago when we had the Autoquest but never bought one because of the price. It's a pity that it seemed to be one of those very good ideas which suffer by being too expensive to produce economically.
     
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    I bought one of these at the Peterborough show about 5 years ago as my lock was very flimsey and had been forced prior to our purchase but i did not notice at the time . We find it a great bit of kit and always use it when we leave the van and if we park anywhere we are not to sure about at night we fit it to the outside, it only takes seconds to fit and i think its virtually impossible to force the lock . You must be carefull not to exit the van with the Brightlock still on and the keys inside
     
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