When talking about the Global Link G391 Dealer Key alike program, it is important to think of it as the gateway to a new revenue stream that meets an unmet customer need. RV owners desire a more convenient solution to open all exterior locks with a single key. With the Global Link G391 key alike program, dealers now have a simple solution to upsell a single key system that customers will pay for.
At their core, the G391 series gives dealers and consumers alike the possibility of working with 90 different key codes for maximum security and convenience, as opposed to the single key code that was prevalent with the previous industry standard, such as the CH751 series cam locks or the 315 and R001 slam latches which use a single key code for the majority of their locks.
G391 series cylinders are installed at the factory level and a dealer can easily exchange these cylinder. In fact, this system was actually introduced, in part, so that recreational vehicles and similar types of units could effortlessly be keyed alike at the dealer level. All tools and installation instructions necessary are readily available to registered dealers at RVLocksandmore.com, as is the expert guidance necessary to not only get the job done, but to get the job done right.
The G391 Series: Breaking It Down
The major benefit of the G391 series comes by way of the removable core, which allows all locks to easily be re-keyed at the dealer level for increased convenience and security.
Because the CH751 series is a generic key code for most cam locks and desk locks, coupled with the fact that it had been used in several different industries for decades, the level of security that they were able to offer was simply non-existent. Everyone who had a trailer or RV unit armed with the CH751 had the exact same key, for example. They could open the exterior doors on their own unit... but they could also open someone else's, as well.
The G391 series, on the other hand, is an entirely new code to the industry - meaning that there are not literally millions of G391 series cam locks, baggage locks, bar locks out in the field right now. Not only that, but G391 series locks are going to be rotated to use alternate key codes every two to three years to prevent a similar situation from what ultimately hindered the CH751 series from happening again. In fact, additional codes have already been reserved for this purpose.
To put it another way, when customers find out that there is really nothing by way of actual security present in the CH751 series, they are going to want to make a change as fast as possible. Not only does the G391 series totally address the concerns of its predecessors, but dealers can now easily and inexpensively re-key a G391 unit with a cylinder to match an existing Global Link entry door lock(G301-G390) for the highest level security and convenience possible.
For situations where convenience is an asset and security is of the utmost importance, the Global Link G391 Key-Alike Program has the competition beat in more ways than one providing you, the dealer, with a practical solution for your customer while boosting your revenue potential.