Lockey Systems 2210BC Adjustable Deadbolt - Bright Chrome

Lockey Systems 2210BC Adjustable Deadbolt - Bright Chrome

Maximum Security and Total Mechanical Reliability in an Easy to Install Deadbolt
  • Easy installation
  • Free-spinning stainless steel core shaft that cannot be cut with a hacksaw
  • Easily changeable combination
  • Great for residential or commercial applications
  • For new doors or existing applications



List Price: $129.00

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  • The Lockey Lockey Systems 2210BC Adjustable Deadbolt provides excellent security and reliability for a number of residential and commercial applications. It features a free-spinning stainless steel core shaft that cannot be cut with a hacksaw. Easy to install in a new door or replace an existing lock with, changing the codes is a simple process.

    Great for use with residential entry doors, garage doors, commercial doors, barns, and more!

    Also available in Jet Black, Oil Rubbed Bronze, and White.

    Double sided model also available in Antique Brass, Bright Brass, Jet Black, Bright Chrome, Satin Chrome, Satin Nickel, and White.

    • Deadbolt Security
    • Easy Installation
    • Easily replaces existing deadbolt
    • For new door prep or existing application
    • Easy changeable combination
    • For right or left handed doors / changeable handing
    • Single or double combination available
    • Adjustable Deadbolt
    • Easy code change as often as required
    • To change the code the lock must be taken off the door
    • Covers 2 1/8" hole
    • Mechanical Reliability

    • Manufacturer: Lockey
    • Product number: 2210BC
    • Dimensions: 5 5/8" H x 1 5/8" W x 1 5/8" D
    • Total Coverage w/ Trim Plates: 6-1/2" x 2-1/2"
  • 1 Review

    Review of 5199CH Review by JIM
    Review of 5199CH

    An excellent product. Solid, well built. The installation drawings should be gone over by an engineer and reprinted.The hole sizings are inconsistant.The 2 brass guide pin holes should be marked 3/16" instead of 5/16".Why give metric dimensions? Who is your audience? The 55/64" bolt hole is undersized. It should be 15/16" which is an odd size. My door thickness was 2 11/64"(max) but the longest spindle is about 1/2" short. Over time and use the spindle will shift one way or another and become inoperative.The lock tumbler sheet was excellent. Do you have the correct spindle for my door?

    Posted on 3/29/2013

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