Double Snap Resistance
The most snap resistant cylinder lock
If an attacker snaps the Ultion, he only gets a sacrificial end section. A second attack leaves him with the same again, leaving the lock secure.
Normal, handed anti-snap locks feature a single sacrificial section and focus on strength to make snapping harder, except the strength is never enough to withstand the force leveraged from a burglar's mole grips. On each end of an Ultion cylinder there are two sacrificial elements, each designed to snap with relative ease, but more importantly in exactly the right place. When snapped, the central cam is directly and independently locked - not to an attackable internal plug.