For many people with disabilities, getting prompt access to a toilet they can use is absolutely essential. The Radar scheme allows eligible users to receive a unique Radar key, which allows them to open the door to participating toilets in restaurants, businesses, council offices and parks without having to ask for a key. Toilets fitted with Disabled National Key Scheme (NKS or Radar) locks are specifically adapted for use by disabled people and are not generally accessible without the special Radar key.
The Radar key is a large, distinctive item which is designed to be easily utilised by people with a range of disabilities. Its brightly coloured top and braille print makes it easily distinguishable for people with visual impairment, whilst its large size and straight-forward action allows people with limited dexterity and mobility to use it easily. The durable and robust Radar key supplied by easylocks is ideal for distribution by local authorities, charities or any other body with a desire and/or responsibility to assist disabled people to live more independently.