This really must be a rough neighborhood if whole displays of nesting, stackable patio furniture must be locked against pilferage. This behind-the-scenes loook shows how serious the retailer is about defending his stocks. In addition to heavy-duty padlocks, see that the cables intertwine like a mass of spaghetti making theft all the more difficult. It looks like if you take one item, you’re gonna have to take them all. So what happens to the sales if a good customer grabs one, but can’t get it to come apart? Lost sale?
For unusual Locking posts see…
“Anti-Theft Uses Conflicted Hooks”
“Locking Wall Fixture for Guitars“
“Locking Security Cart in Jewelry”
“Anti-Theft Window Dressing”
“Anti-Theft for Patio Furniture“ (This Post)
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“Anti-Theft for Patio Furniture” (This Post)
“Double Locking Theft Protection“
“Anti-Planogram Anti-Theft Hook“
“How to Thwart Locking Loop Hooks“
“Bulbous Nose Bridge Eyewear Anti-Theft”
“Impenetrable Louis Vuitton Anti-Theft“
“Anti-Theft Obscures Apple Brand“
“Cage Doubles Theft Protection?“
“Display Shouts ‘Don’t Buy’“
“Selling Sunglasses on a Leash”
For all Anti-Theft Turnoffs resources…
“Anti-Theft Turnoffs Tag” for a scrollable list of discussions.
“Anti-Theft Turnoffs Pinterest Board“ for a visual summary.
“Anti-Theft Turnoffs Index Page” for all resources and links
For Anti-Sweep Hooks resources see…
“Anti-Sweep Hooks Tag” for a scrollable list of discussions.
“Hooks: Anti-Sweep Hooks Pinterest Board“ summary.
“Anti-Sweep Hooks Index Page” for all resources and links.