Master Lock Reengineers Family Of Laminated Padlocks With Enhanced Security Upgrades

MILWAUKEE, May 1, 2019 /PRNewswire/ – The leading name in padlocks for nearly 100 years, Master Lock is introducing a new generation of its legacy family of Laminated Padlocks with best-in-class security upgrades to deliver peace-of-mind and protection wherever people live, work and play. Rolling out now for both “Home & Personal” and “Business & Industry” use, Master Lock’s Laminated Padlocks are “Now Even Stronger,” providing users with maximum protection against a wide range of attacks. “The padlock may be turning 100 years old this year, but we continue to push the envelope of innovation to meet the evolving security needs of consumers and businesses,” said Rebecca Smith, vice president of marketing at The Master Lock Company. “Today’s ‘Now Even Stronger’ Laminated Padlocks offer the increased durability and reliability people expect from Master Lock, whether they’re locking up tools and sheds at home or securing an offsite facility or jobsite.” Upgraded Laminated Padlocks are distinguished with “Now Even Stronger” packaging and will be implemented throughout t...

Another updated underbone machine from Malaysian Yamaha distributors Hong Leong Yamaha Motorcycles (HLYM), this time the

Another updated underbone machine from Malaysian Yamaha distributors Hong Leong Yamaha Motorcycles (HLYM), this time the 2019 Yamaha 135LC SE, which comes in a new colour – Knight Blu – and graphics. Pricing is set at RM7,118 excluding road tax insurance and registration which is up RM250 from the base model Yamaha 135LC at RM6,868. Differences from the 135LC SE and the 135LC are cosmetic, apart from the earlier mentioned new graphics, the SE model comes with racing stripes with the model name on the wheel edges. Carried over from the 2019 135LC released in June 135LC is a front cowl horn cover, side panel air scoops, new engine protection cover and revised instrument panel. Carrying a 134 cc, single-cylinder, SOHC liquid-cooled engine, the 135LC SE produces 12 hp at 8,500 rpm and 11.79 Nm of torque at 5,500 rpm. A four-speed rotary automatic gearbox and chain final drive gets power to the ground with the engin being fed by carburettor. Braking is done with a single brake disc on the front wheel, clamped by a single-piston calliper while the rear wheel uses a drum brake. The front comes with conventional telescopic forks while the back end is propped up with a monoshock with pr...