Combi-Cam Combination Cam Locks secure your outside lockers

Combi-Cam Combination Cam Locks secure your outside lockers

 

 

Combi-Cam Combination Lock

By Bob Difley

Your RV compartment locks, if you didn’t already know, are the same as many other RV compartment locks used by manufacturers — which means that there are a lot of people out there that have keys to your locks.

Combi-Cam Combination Cam Locks resolve that quandary with combination locks that you can set so that only you know the code and only you can get into your lockers. And you don’t have to fiddle with keys to do it.

The Combi-Cam retrofits any standard cam lock and converts it into convenient, keyless security. And you can set or change your own personal code at any time.

The Combi-Cam comes with all the cams and hardware required for most applications and is available in cylinder lengths from 5/8″ up to 1-1/8″ to accommodate material thickness from up to 3/8″ through thicknesses up to 1-1/8″.

Features
• Up to 1,000 possible combinations
• Retrofits any keyed cam lock
• Keyless convenience — set your own code any time
• Weather resistant
• Available in Black or Chrome
• 5/8″, 7/8″, 1-1/8″, and 1-3/8″ cylinders available
• Mounting hardware included

The solid performing Combi-Cam is durable and constructed of a non-ferrous metal making it corrosion resistant in outdoor applications.

You can find the Combi-Cam combination lock on Amazon.

You can find Bob Difley’s RVing ebooks on Amazon Kindle. Follow on BoondockBobblog.

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3 thoughts on “Combi-Cam Combination Cam Locks secure your outside lockers

  1. Bob

    Oops. It appears that Bob is correct. This from Math Central at the University of Regina: Each of the possible combinations is a 3 digit number if you allow me to write leading zeros. By that I mean I will write five as 005 and twenty-three as 023 etc. The smallest 3 digit number I have is zero, written 000 and the largest is 999 and I have ever integer between 000 and 999. Thus I have 1,000 numbers or 1,000 possible combinations.

    1. RV Staff

      Replying to Bob and Bob —
      Bob Difley originally had the 1,000 figure in the article. I looked at the Combi-Cam brochure and spec sheet (via their Amazon ad) and three places in there they claim up to 10,000 possible combinations, so I changed the article. Sorry. –Diane at RVtravel.com

  2. Bob Byrne

    The storage compartment combination lock looks like and interesting product. However, if the picture of it is accurate, then the number of possible combinations is 1,000 (from 000 – 999), not 10,000. Generating 10,000 combinations would require four digits, not three.

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