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Mt Kilimanjaro 2011

Thank you to everyone who supported and sponsored me for my Mt.Kilimanjaro climb in aid of Marie Curie Cancer Care.
We managed to raise just short of £4000, with a total of over £150,000 being raised for the climb in total!

Roll on the next adventure

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Name: Steve Kearney

Company Name: SK Locksmiths

Established: 19/01/2012

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Location: North/ East London

Services: Mobile locksmith solutions, including lockout entry, key replacements, security alarms, entry phones, access control and many more.

A little bit about Me: started in the industry in 1984 working for Baron locksmiths with my father mainly doing entryphone repairs around the westend area of London, happy for a few year until we decided to branch out and start out own business, inundated with electrical jobs i decided to go to college and get a distinction in electrical installation, always wanting to get into the locksmith industry, remembering 6 lads huddled around a blue snap sounding gun, (do now believe it was a brockhage snap gun)
Time to live the dream and dedicate all my time to locksmithing i bit the bullet and have since been "Pickwizard" and now hopefully classed a true locksmith proving myself time after time since starting my own company.

Most Memorable Job: has to be the lost keys in wood green London, laughed i fell through the door, bottom Era fortress picked in about 10 minutes and a top euro but above that as a rim cylinder, thinking i had to pick 3 i leant against the door and landed on the floor, the client did laugh, i didnt charge her any more, but i must admit i did giggly myself (embarrassed or what ) job done.

Favorite Locksmith Tool: Has to be Mica, sorry but its so so simple, many a time i have said "is that a warden at my van" or " whats that" and as they turn slip and in, so much better than my old 3 litre old coke bottle starter kit.

EXTRA: As an aside may i just thank Jay for such a great friendly site and to all you the members that make it such an easy place to ask questions regardless of our experience, no question is silly, maybe just an answer away from knowing what it is.

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