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T-Lock Replacement Barrel
Compression  Lock
Compression Lock Sale priceFrom $18.70
T-Lock Heavy Duty
T-Lock Heavy Duty Sale price$40.70
Whale Tail Lock
T-Lock Sale price$33.00
Paddle Handle Door Lock 111mm X 83mm
T-Lock Anti-Theft
T-Lock Anti-Theft Sale price$39.60
Over Centre Fastener Lockable
Paddle Handle Door Lock 140mm X 90mm
T-Handle Lock
T-Handle Lock Sale price$25.30
T Lock Whale Tail Black
Paddle Handle Door Lock 140mm X 108mm
Paddle Handle Door Lock 120mm X 90mm
L-Handle  Lock
L-Handle Lock Sale price$25.30
T-Lock Chrome
T-Lock Chrome Sale price$38.50
T-Lock Black
T-Lock Black Sale price$35.20
T-Lock Black Round
T-Lock Black Round Sale price$57.20
Paddle Handle Door Lock 175mm X 118mm
T-Lock Black Spade
T-Lock Black Spade Sale price$59.40
T-Lock Black Spade
T-Lock Black Spade Sale price$59.40

Best Tool Box Locks for Keeping your Tools Safe

A tool box lock is a must-have for any serious tradesman or handyman to store their valuable tools and gadgets. Not only does it provide security for your tools, but it also helps to keep them organized and easily accessible. A lock ensures that only you have access to your tools, keeping them safe from theft and vandalism. It also prevents children and pets from injuring themselves. Furthermore, a lock keeps your tools in good condition by protecting them from dust, dirt, and moisture. By investing in a lock, you can be confident that your tools will be safe, organized, and ready to use when you need them.


These locks come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and colors. Though their main purpose is to keep tools safe and organized, the type of lock you choose should be based on your individual needs. Following are the most commonly used types of locks:

Keyed lock

This lock uses a key to open and close the shackle, making it difficult for thieves to open the lock without the key. Keyed padlocks are available in a variety of sizes to fit your needs.

Hasp and staple

Another option is to get a hasp and staple, which is basically a heavy-duty metal plate that you screw into the side of the tool box. Then, you can put a padlock through the hole in the plate to secure it. This is a very effective and secure lock, but it can be a bit more difficult to install.

Handle lock

Handle locks are another type of lock that can be used on toolboxes. These work by attaching a locking mechanism to the handle of the box, making it almost impossible to open without the keys

Combination Lock

Another popular type is the combination lock. These locks use a combination of numbers or letters to open the shackle, eliminating the need for a key. Combination locks are often considered more secure than keyed locks, as they are more difficult to pick.

How to choose the right type of lock for your tool box?

There is no one-size-fits-all solution when it comes to choosing the right type of lock. The first step is to determine the level of security you need. If you are simply looking to deter casual thieves, a basic padlock will suffice. However, if you are concerned about more determined criminals, you may want to invest in a more robust lock, such as a combination or keyed lock. The next step is to consider the load capacity of the lock. Tool boxes can be quite heavy, so it is important to choose a lock that can withstand the weight without breaking or becoming damaged. Finally, think about the environment in which the box will be used. If it will be exposed to extreme weather conditions, choose a lock that is weather-resistant. By following these simple guidelines, you can be sure to choose the right type of lock for your needs.

How to install a toolbox lock?

This is just a general installation guide. Always refer to the product manual for any specific installation instructions.

1. Start by finding a suitable location for the lock. It should be close to the edge of the toolbox, so that the hasp has enough surface area to grip onto.

2. Using a drill, make two holes in the toolbox at the chosen location - one for the shackle and one for the body of the lock. Make sure that the holes are large enough to accommodate the hardware.

3. Feed the shackle through the hole, then secure it in place with the lock body. Depending on the type of lock you're using, this may require a key or combination.

4. Once the lock is in place, test it to make sure that it's secure. Try opening and closing the toolbox with the lock engaged, and give it a good shake to see if it holds firm. If everything seems secure, you're all set!

Tool Box Locks at Trek Hardware

At Trek Hardware, we have a range of locks avaliable. Our locks are easy to install and come with comprehensive instructions to help you get the job done quickly and easily. We also offer a money-back satisfaction guarantee on all our products, so you can be sure you're getting the best possible value for your money. Order yours today and rest assured that your tools & accessories are safe from unauthorized access.

If you have any questions about our selection of locks, or if you need help finding the perfect lock for your needs, please don't hesitate to contact us. We're always happy to help!