10 TRIPS TO ITALY TO BE WON
To celebrate 40 years of SILCA in Australia with LSC, 10 lucky customers will win a trip to Italy for an exclusive tour of SILCA'S flagship manufacturing plant in Vittorio Veneto.
LSC customers have the opportunity to enter the competition each month between March and September 2017.
Earn an entry for each eligible SILCA purchase. The eligible SILCA purchase changes month to month, so keep your eye on this website and the SECURE YOUR WORLD publication, where monthly winners will also be announced.
1978 Super Special (Most reliable duplicator ever made)
1980 Dodge (First machine for side-milled high security car keys)
1986 Poker / Plus
1987 Unocode Classic
1988 Club (Second machine for side-milled high security car keys)
1988 Bravo Super / Master / Europa (Number one selling Silca machine in the world)
1988 Key programs for DOS
1993 Matrix S and SLX
1994 Car Book (The first global automotive key cataglogue)
1998 Unocode x99 Family
1999 Triax E-Code
2004 Bravo Professional (Highest selling Silca machine in Australia)
2007 Electronic Key Catalogue
2008 RW4 (First to offer offline Texas cloning)
2011 MH Battery less Electronic Head
2012 Protech (The first semi-industrial machine for locksmiths)
2013 P-Box for Philips cloning
2013 GTI compact glass chip
2015 MySilca App
2015 M-Box for Megamos cloning
2016 AIR4 residential remote
Thank you to all of our customers in Australia - we're focused on how we can help you for the next 40 years, and we look forward to a bright future together.Enrico De Poli
Back in the 1970’s, locksmiths were a bit surprised when a little-known Italian brand arrived in Australia for the first time.
European cars were very specialised and luxury – but by the 1970’s brands like these had been joined by Japanese entrants, and by some European niche brands like Volkswagen and Volvo. The American producers didn’t have the range to cover these (and still don’t today).
The quality of the early Silca machines was astounding to us, and Stuart Johnson soon realised the Australian and New Zealand customers would appreciate well made, beautifully engineered and great value Silca machinery down under.
Considering the basic duplicator is a device most locksmiths would touch on a daily basis, Silca has stood the test of time and has become the name all professional locksmiths trust. When the reputation of your business hinges on one of it’s most basic offerings (key cutting), nobody wants to risk that, and Silca doesn’t let you down.