About Oddie® Fasteners

 "Oddie®" is the registered trade mark of Savigny Oddie Limited.

The oddie fastener is a quick release, quarter turn, fastening for securing panels or components that have to be speedily and easily removed for servicing or replacement - whether once a day, or once a year.

In its simplest form it consist of a stud, held in a removable panel by a retainer, and a spring steel clip permanently mounted to the framework of the equipment.

A quarter turn of the stud opens the fastener, and to lock it again the stud is pushed home into the clip.

Oddie Fasteners - Open and Shut Case

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Our comprehensive range includes 4 head styles, 3 finishes and 5 clip designs in 3 standard sizes, catering in grip lengths from 2mm to 65mm.

Oddie® Fasteners are manufactured and marketed in the UK only by Savigny Oddie Limited.

History of Oddie® Fasteners

Oddie Fasteners Born
   1930's

Oddie, Bradbury and Cull Limited

Oddie, Bradbury and Cull Ltd. of Southampton Municipal Airport; Autogiro rotor blade specialists, and aerospace components, developed the Oddie Fastener. The company worked on the Foland 43 / 37 during World War II and produced components for other manufacturers of aircraft

Oddie Bradbry and Cull

Folland Fo 108

Move to Portswood Road
   1950's

New Premises for Oddie Bradbury and Cull

The Oddie fastener proved to be a versatile and unique fastener. It closes metal panels tightly and securely. Used on aircraft through the war and advertised for diverse other uses such as cupboard fastenings.

Oddie Bradbury and Cull

Oddie Bradbury and Cull

Oddie Bradbury and Cull

Ross Courtney
   1960's

Oddie Fasteners Bought by Ross Courtney

London based Ross Courtney bought Oddie Fasteners. The Oddie, as well as the aerospace industry, was manufactured for use in the motorcyle and automobile industries notably being used by such iconic British brands as Triumpf, BSA, Norton and Lotus.

Norton Motorcycles

Lotus Europa

TM
   1980's

Registered Trade Mark

Following the unique appeal and popularity of the Oddie Fastener, Ross Courtney registered the Oddie Fastener as a trademark on 15/10/1980 TM number 1141900

Ross Courtney re locates
   1980's

The Oddie Moves to West Midlands UK

Ross Courtney moves to the West Midlands. The oddie fastener is being used widely now; automotive, aerospace, military and agricultural markets and even by vending machine manufactures for panel access. Used by such names as: Thales Defence (in missile transportation boxes), Case New Holland (tractors and agricultural inspection covers) and Leyland DAF.

Case New Holland

Leyland DAF

Oddie Fasteners bought by First Components
   2000

Oddie Fasteners bought by First Components

Oddie Fasteners was bought by First Componets who have invested heavily in the latest state of the art manuafcturing processes of CAD, CAM and CNC milling, CNC turning and presswork; deliveing the highest quality oddie fastener to date.

New markets opening up with the oddie being used by railroad manufacturers on high speed trains, in lighting louvres and on digital bus informattion displays; by such companies as Bombardier Transportation.

High Speed Trains

Contact

Savigny Oddie Limited
Wallows Industrial Estate,
Wallows Road,
Brierley Hill,
West Midlands
DY5 1QA UK

Tel: +44 (0) 1384 481598
Fax: +44 (0) 1384 482383
Email: info@savigny-oddie.com

Company Reg: 5319024
VAT Reg: 850 1983 24

About Oddie Fasteners

"Oddie®" is the registered trade mark of Savigny Oddie Limited and they are manufactured and marketed in the UK only by Savigny Oddie Limited.

"An open & shut case for a specialised fastener"

The oddie fastener is a quick release, quarter turn, fastening for securing panels or components that have to be speedily and easily removed for servicing or replacement - whether once a day, or once a year.

In its simplest form it consist of a stud, held in a removable panel by a retainer, and a spring steel clip permanently mounted to the framework of the equipment.

A quarter turn of the stud opens the fastener, and to lock it again the stud is pushed home into the clip.

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