|Package dimensions||14.48 x 5.84 x 2.54 cm; 68 Grams|
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Urban August Fridge Lock: Multi-functional Combination Lock, for French-door Refrigerators and Cabinets (Regular)
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- URBAN AUGUST REFRIGERATOR LOCK: Our secure French door or side by side refrigerator lock is made from sturdy nylon and ABS plastic and is optimal for safeguarding access to your refrigerator or cabinet. For Door handles with a diameter of 8 - 10.5 Inches.
- NO VELCRO or STICKERS! French Door or double door Refrigerator Lock is adjusted using a secure nylon belt. Loosen or tighten the belt to the exact size of your refrigerator door handles.
- STRONG and STURDY: Our lock is adjusted using a secure nylon belt, and can be tightened to fit almost any standard refrigerator. Even when fully loosened, it assists in preventing access to your refrigerator. See product photo for reference.
- EASY INSTALLATION: Just set the combination, and place around your refrigerator door handles. The combination is easy to change. Default combo is ‘000’ and directions on changing the combo are provided on the packaging, and in the last product photo on this listing. DO NOT forget your combination!
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URBAN AUGUST REGRIGERATOR LOCK: Our secure French door refrigerator lock is made from sturdy nylon and ABS plastic and is optimal for safeguarding access to your refrigerator or cabinets. NO VELCRO or STICKERS! French Door Refrigerator Lock is adjusted using a secure nylon belt.
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