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18 hours ago, grahamparker said:

Usually yes but not always depends on door manufacturer.

Asec Vital have snap both sides and are not bad for a budget cylinder.

They are out of stock of loads of sizes currently though.

I stock these , But I'm looking at the Caveo range as well.

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I won't stock the Caveo as they are one sided only.

To be fair Brisant have come back and offered me good prices on the 3 star with the cylinder key and they are anti snap each side so i am slowly swapping back to them as i clear out my old stock.

They can be a massive pain with supplying blanks but cannot fault the speed of delievery when ordered and they do seem decent enough for a 3 star cylinder.

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3 hours ago, grahamparker said:

As a business man then yes profit overides my morals.

Customers demands have to be met and sometimes you have to dance with the Devil even if you don't like it.

 

The Iseo R6   is EN rated  & most insurance companies are happy with that , As it's a dimple key  I find customers never complain about the cost of cutting extra keys  where as they will on any standard Yale type regardless on how good it is .

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