Secure Tool Chest Locks.

Protect your investment today.

Many insurance companies require all toolboxes to be locked into place. Sure a chain and padlock gets this covered, but in the event of a break in, this just will not suffice. Many padlocks and chains can be cut within seconds. The great advantage of the Beartrap is that your toolbox can be fixed in place with drawers facing out for day to day use. Alternatively the toolbox can be secured with the drawers facing inwards so no access can be gained if stored against a wall.

Beartrap Security lock

How secure is Beartrap?

Tested by professionals. Comes with a Sold Secure rating.

Many toolboxes with their contents have a replacement value of thousands of pounds, not to mention the upheaval and down time caused if it were to be stolen. Once the toolbox is located into the locked Beartrap the caster is fully enclosed within the lock. Having been tested and passed by SOLD SECURE to ground anchor gold you can rest assured that this product stands up to the level of security required.

High quality tool chest lock.

Beartrap security tool chest locks designed to protect your toolbox.

Finished in a high quality powder coat it fits perfectly with the high quality tool boxes its designed to protect. All Beartrap locks are installed with Mul-T-Lock anti drill bullet locks. A high quality, high security market leader with Mul-T-Lock’s unique, high-precision pin tumbler system. Beartrap locks are the perfect toolbox security solution for any mechanic/technician, garage/workshop owner, or home DIY mechanics/enthusiasts. Designed with security and ease of installation in mind a Beartrap lock is your best option.

BEARTRAP TOOL BOX LOCKs - high quality finish

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About Beartrap Security.

British made products

Beartrap Security Ltd are a British founded company who have designed and manufactured Beartrap locks. All manufacturing is carried out in the UK and our designs are patent pending. The company directors are brothers Chris and Matt who are both from a garage background.