The Durasafe Universal Electronics Lock acts as a knob, replacing one factory knob from either side of an electronics unit.
With theft and burglary of boat equipment on the rise boat owners are having to rethink their "usual" hiding spots. Marine electronics are an expensive investment for boaters and an easy target for thieves – just unscrew the knobs, unplug the cords and walk away. In a matter of seconds the electronics are gone. The Universal Electronics Lock from DuraSafe secures bracket-mounted electronics leaving a thief no other alternative but to move on.
No longer do you need to rush around inside a gas station, worried your fish finder will be gone before you get back. No need to reconsider docking your boat to grab a bite to eat. And for those who travel to unfamiliar destinations there is peace of mind knowing the electronics are secure. The Universal Electronics Lock is a product boating and fishing enthusiasts have been asking for for years.
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* Universal design fits most popular GPS, fish finder, chartplotter and VHF brands
* Works on most electronics that utilize a mounting bracket and knobs
* Replaces a factory knob and secures the unit to the bracket
* Protects property and deters theft
* Inexpensive insurance
* Simple, compact, easy to install
* Rubber cap to protect from elements
* Eliminates the hassle of uninstalling and reinstalling
* Reduces wear and tear on plugs and wires
* Made of marine grade material
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Comments: These things are pure junk ,and could be very costly if you depend on them to secure your electronics,both inside and outside barels are made of plastic and would take very little pressure brake ,so save money and maybe look around and find a better lock, when you find it give us a headsup on the message blog
From: Lenny: Chino Hills Ca
Comments: Easy to install. Worth every penny. Now I don't have to remove and install the unit every time I go fishing. I just leave it on the bow and it's one less thing I have to do before launching.
From: Darlene: Montebello, CA