Friday, February 28, 2014

Master Lock Security Lock Review & Giveaway**Closed**



I recently got an amazing new lock to try from Master Lock for storing some of our home items in a storage area. This was the perfect product to ensure that we had these things locked and out of the way but also protected.  The official name for it is a Storage Security Lock.
 
Product Features:
 
*Portable key safe provides secure storage of keys or access cards
*Convenient push button locking mechanism in familiar alpha / numeric telephone keypad format
*Set your own combination using up to 12 letters, numbers, or both
*Large buttons for ease of use, even in low light conditions
*3-1/8" wide durable metal construction
*Large internal cavity and removable key hook prevents jamming
*Molded bumper and vinyl coated shackle prevents scratches to your door
*Protective weather cover prevents freezing and jamming

It's very easy to reset once you get it. I was even able to do it even though I thought I wouldn't be able to and if I can do it then anyone can! It comes with very good directions so you won't have a problem getting it open or setting your own combination.
  
 
Master Lock provides an exciting online tool called Master Lock Vault that allows you to store up to five combinations and/or key numbers in a secure database. You can access your combos 24 hours a day, seven days a week. I really liked this because unfortunately, I am bad to forget things, especially numbers. I don't know why but I get them all jumbled up sometimes even though I am not dyslexic, I have been known to get them backwards sometimes, thankfully, not a lot but it does happen.
 
If you have any problems, there is a video on the page that I gave you a link to the product that I received. I tried to copy the code several times but it wouldn't work. Not sure why not, but it's on the same page on the right side of the page. It goes into really good detail as to how to open and set your combination.

 
They have a lot of other locks to choose from to suit whatever situation that you need. Whether for your home or your business, personal or otherwise, they have the right size lock for you. I was very surprised to see how many different locks that they actually had! I guess I just never thought about all the types that there are and now that I know, I will know exactly where to go when the need arises.

Here are some tips to keep your home safe and secure while you’re away:
*Never indicate that you’re away from home on your answering machine message. Turn down your telephone ringer volume. Unanswered telephone calls can alert burglars to an empty home.

*Show activity in your home while you’re away. Keep a car in the driveway, and keep interior and exterior lights on a timer. Consider a randomized version to turn your lights on and off at various intervals so they don’t all come on at once or always on the same schedule).

*Eliminate easy entry points by keeping entry doors, windows and the garage door closed and locked while away. To secure sliding doors, invest in a door security bar that prevents unauthorized entry, such as those made by Master Lock.

*Suspend newspaper and other deliveries while you’re out of town. Also, visit www.usps.com to hold your mail service.

*If you’re worried that people who may have access to your house keys -- contractors, babysitters, former roommates -- might try to enter while you’re away, a new product called NightWatch can help secure your home. With an ingenious locking mechanism, this deadbolt prevents anyone from opening a door from the outside, even with a key. Install them on all doors except one while you’re away, to prevent unauthorized keyed entry.

*Most people hide their valuables in one of three places -- a dresser drawer, the bedroom closet, or the freezer. Thieves know this, so it’s better to invest in a proper home safe to protect jewelry, firearms, cash and other valuables.

*Given the rise in identity theft, consider installing password protection software on your home computer to deter tech-savvy thieves. For example, Master Lock Vault is a combination website-mobile application that keeps all your usernames and passwords safe and secure, free of charge. You can find out more at www.masterlockvault.com.

*Give your lawn one last trim, or ask a neighbor to do it for you while you’re gone. An unkempt lawn can encourage thieves.


Master Lock is having a Sweepstakes going on that you will want to enter. Today is the last day so I wanted to get this post up ASAP, which is why I used their images as I hadn't had time to get mine loaded yet. I wanted to give some of you the chance to enter and to help others in the process.

Here are some details:

Master Lock is asking consumers: What do you most love and care about and want to protect? Tweet your answer using the hashtag #MasterLockProtects to be entered for a chance to win one of 28 prizes.

Better yet, for every tweet with #MasterLockProtects, Master Lock is donating $1- up to $10,000 - in addition to its initial $10,000 donation to the American Red Cross.
 
For more details on the sweepstakes and donation to the American Red Cross, just click on the banner below and it will take you there. Or you can click HERE.
 
http://www.marketwired.com/press-release/Master-Lock-Kicks-Off-Year-Long-Initiative-Help-Consumers-Protect-All-They-Love-Care-NYSE-FBHS-1879456.htm
 
Connect with Master Lock:

Mailing Address:
137 West Forest Hill Avenue
Oak Creek, Wisconsin 53154
Email:  masterlock@mlock.com
Phone:  800-464-2088
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The awesome folks at Master Lock will be giving one winner the same Master Lock that I just reviewed! You will really love this lock! Open in the U.S. only. Good Luck Everyone!
 

12 comments:

Marti Tabora said...

I would love to have some of the Combination Padlocks - No. 1590DPNK
They are stylish and would protect my property. Thank you.
Marti Tabora
parks27@cox.net

Kitty Iecvan said...

I'd like to try the Fits Lift Handle Lockers.

Kathleen Quinlan said...

I like the combination padlocks. They look very strong and impossible to break.
Kathleen Quinlan

Deborah Dumm said...

I would like the ADA LOCKS - NO. 1695MKADARED.

spock7005 said...

I'd love to try their Electronic Combination Padlock (#No. 1500eDBX). It looks like it means business! scain54(at)aol(dot)com

Lisa T said...

I'd like to try the storage security.

Kim Pinch said...

I would like to try the CABLE LOCKS - NO. 8119DPF for my bike.

rookieabh said...

Combination Padlocks - No. M176XDLH

Ashley Sifers

Darlene said...

I like the Multi-User Built-In Locks

Gala said...

I'd really like
Storage Security - No. 2120D lock for my son's laptop

Wild N Mild $$$ said...

I'd like to get an Electronic Combination Padlock to protect my belongings.

Jennifer Rote
wildnmild4u at yahoo dot com

lmurley2000 said...

I would love to have one of there keyless acess door locks

lmurley2000@yahoo.com