"The Denver Boot of Locksmithing"*

Purchase Lockkill - UK Version

Lockkill is the best way to permanently and instantly disable any household lock. Unlike the USA which uses only two lock brands (Kwikset & Schlage), the UK & Europe is a fragmented market, meaning they use a large number of different lock brands. However, after years of research and testing in the UK, we have developed a version of Lockkill that will work on over 80% of all locks.

We call this the UK Lockkill because thats where we have tested it. However, the product is based on the Yale YE1 universal key blank and the "Euro Cylinder", so it should also work well throughout Europe.

When using Lockkill, if the key slides all the way into the cylinder, it will work. If it does not enter the cylinder, it is not compatible. IT IS NOT REVERSABLE, so be certain you want to apply Lockkill before trying.

Also, we regret that we cannot offer our 100% Guarantee & refund to our European customers. Due to the prohibitively high return shipping costs, no returns can be accepted.
Shipping outside of the continental US:
Overseas orders are shipped through the Paypal Global Shipping Program, the final price you agreed to pay at the time of purchase included the total price of your item(s) plus shipping & handling and import charges. PayPal then separated this total price into two payments: one to your seller and one to the Program’s technology and shipping provider, Pitney Bowes.

As the customer, you will see these two payments listed separately on your PayPal transactions page, but there is nothing you need to do. These two payments together equal the same total price you agreed to pay at the time of purchase – you were not charged more than this amount.
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*A wheel clamp, also known as wheel boot or Denver boot, is a device that is designed to prevent vehicles from being moved. In its most common form, it consists of a clamp that surrounds a vehicle wheel, designed to prevent removal of both itself and the wheel.
In the United States, these devices became known as a "Denver boot" after the city of
Denver. Colorado was the first in the country to employ them, mostly to force the payment of outstanding parking tickets.