Sure Latch 1-Way Lockable Latch

$15.99
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Sure Latch 1-Way Lockable Latch

$15.99

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Product Summary:

Sure-Latch Lockable One-Way Livestock Gate Latch
All Sure-Latch products feature zinc plating to improve longevity and provide a beautiful shine.  Can be used on residential, commercial, or livestock gates with 1 5/8"- 2" O.D. round tube.  Latch will release to allow gate to swing in one direction.  Convenient one-handed operation allows gate to be opened on horseback! Bolts to mount the latch to post NOT included.

 

Product Features:

  • Use on gates with 1 5/8"- 2" O.D. round tube
  • Operational with one hand
  • Gate can swing one direction
  • Prevents gate end from sagging or swinging
  • Padlock for additonal security
  • Includes hardware to mount the gate side pin only
  • Made in the USA!

Item Specifications:

Color:
Silver
Item Number Model Number UPC
BXB12 7000-OWR-158-2 723443200003

Product Reviews by Customers

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Why did you choose this?
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Great quality and price to value ratio.
DAVID S on Nov 3, 2018
Far better than the competitor's latches.
Art S on Apr 20, 2016
Great quality and price to value ratio.
DAVID S on Nov 3, 2018
Easy open and shut with one hand.
HERB H on Oct 27, 2016
Far better than the competitor's latches.
Art S on Apr 20, 2016
I am buying this because I have 27 gates on my property. All with Sure latches= the 2 way ones. I have one gate that is set, and it can only go one way, so thought I'd give this a try!
Rhonda W on Apr 14, 2014
Easy open and shut with one hand.
HERB H on Oct 27, 2016
I am buying this because I have 27 gates on my property. All with Sure latches= the 2 way ones. I have one gate that is set, and it can only go one way, so thought I'd give this a try!
Rhonda W on Apr 14, 2014
If I swing the gate to close will it lock by itself or do I have to assist with the closing mechanism?
J r on Mar 25, 2018
BEST ANSWER: It does latch on its own if you close it hard enough but we always double check. A few times it has bounced open - maybe we slammed it to hard - but my sheep were walking around in the yard. Great latch!! The 2 ways is also really great!
will I have to lift or press something to unlatch the gate to open it or will it just push or pull open? If it will open from just pushing or pulling, I have a horse that will be able to get it open.
Judith M on Feb 10, 2016
BEST ANSWER: You have to flip the brass colored latch away from the post while simultaneously pulling on the gate (or pushing if you're on the other side and reaching over) to open. It is not easy to do one handed for a human. I will never say never with a horse because I've seen them do some crazy things but it would be EXTREMELY hard for a horse to manage that. To be really sure as others said there are holes in two tabs that align on the bottom and you can snap a clip on to "lock" the gate. To close you just push the gate closed. The only time we've ever had a horse get out was when we forgot to check to be sure the gate was pushed all the way closed.
I will have to attach the secured end of the latch to a round pole. Is that possible to do with this latch?
lori s on Mar 5, 2017
BEST ANSWER: We have this latch. Only the one side is designed or shaped to fit around a rounded surface such as a pipe gate. The fixed side is flat, designed to be bolted to a flat surface. I am assuming you have a pipe corral or whatever if you are suggesting you have a rounded surface on both sides. Can you sink a flat post, like a 4x4 flush against whatever you are stuck with on the opposite side, so that you achieve a flat surface? Then it will work.
can this be used on a chainlink fence ?
A shopper on Oct 11, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I think this particular latch would be too heavy for most chain link posts. If you have a wooden post or a two inch pipe post it could work. The part that goes on the post is pretty heavy. Also if it isn't mounted to wood then it needs to be welded and welding aluminum is not something most welders do.
What is the width of the latch itself (not including gate attachment)?
A shopper on Dec 17, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I measured mine. The receiving side that mounts to the post is 2" wide and 6.25" long.
The cylinder which slides into the receiving side is 1.75" long and 1" diameter.
can this be used on a chainlink fence ?
A shopper on Oct 11, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Can be used on residential, commercial, or livestock gates with 1 5/8"- 2" O.D. round tube.