Kensington K64670AM

Portable Combination Laptop Lock

 1,340.00

Published on: 6 June 2018

There’s Safety in Numbers

  • Self-coiling carbon steel cable stretches up to 6 feet or shrinks down to 3 inches for easy packing
  • T-Bar Locking Technology attaches to the Kensington Security Slot found on most laptops
  • Resettable 4-wheel number code with 10,000 possible combinations
  • Push-button design for one-handed engagement to easily attach lock
  • Choose from 10,000 possible combinations
  • Attaches to laptop via the Kensington Security Slot found in 99% of computers
Product Type Combination Locks
Model Number K64670AM
UPC 85896646709
Best For Laptops
Cable Protective Sheath, Security Loop
Cable Construction 7×7
Cable Length (ft/m) 6/1.8
Cable Thickness (mm) 3.5
Lock Management Standard
Lock Type Combination Lock

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