- Inexpensive additional locking option
- Well suited for timber doors
- Choice of 2 colours
What is POA?
Next day delivery
Available to key a like
£1000 secure guarantee
The Ultion Cylinder
3 Star Sold Secure Diamond
Described as ‘the most secure lock ever made’, the Ultion cylinder has never been beaten in any test and achieved all leading security accreditations. If you are going to rely on any lock to protect your home, make sure its the Ultion.
Ultion protects against all major attacks
Guaranteed to protect
The creators of the Ultion are so sure it can withstand attack, they offer a 10 year £1000 guarantee with every cylinder. That means if an intruder somehow manages to gain entry to your home by snapping the lock, you’ll be given £1000.
Protect your whole
home with just one key
Our complete Ultion Home Defence System, offers you the choice
to protect every lock in your home using the same key.
- One Key for your:
- Garage Door
- Front Door
- Back Door
- Patio Door
How to measure for your new Ultion lock
The lock already in your door is not necessarily the best size, watch this video to see how easy it is to get the right size of lock in just a couple of minutes.
Its very easy to mismeasure a cylinder lock whilst its in the door. We strongly recommend taking it out to get an accurate measurement. Be careful if you use a tape measure and not a ruler as the end of some tapes can make it tricky to get the right size.
Cylinders come in 5mm increments, do not reduce the size of your cylinder if your lock sticks out of the existing handle by less than 5mm. PVC french doors sometimes have special central sections making it very difficult to remove and refit a cylinder lock. Please call for advice.
Don't forget, our phone lines are open 6 days a week, so for advice on measuring, fitting or any aspect of door and window security please call one of our advisors.
Watch our free measuring video
How to fit your new Ultion lock
Fitting your new lock is very simple and should only take a couple of minutes.
All you need is the lock and a screwdriver.
Watch the video below to find out how.
In the edge of the door there will be a fitting screw, this needs to be taken out and put to one side.
If you are unable to access the fitting screw (possible in a french door application) then it is wise to consult a qualified locksmith.
To remove or insert a euro-cylinder the key must be turned slightly to line the tongue of the central cam up with the body of the lock, this will enable the cylinder lock to slide in or out. Getting the amount of key turn may require a bit of trial and error, but usually it requires a 15 to 20 degree turn either to the left or right, this is shown clearly on the video. If there is any resistance to removing the cylinder it can help to just loosen the handle screws - sometimes a slightly offset handle can put pressure on the cylinder making it a little stiffer.
Watch our free fitting video