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In high school, I can't tell you how many times I had forgotten the combination to the lock on my locker, bike chain and gym locker. They were all different sets of numbers that got a little confusing. I even tried the bike lock with the keys and it was only a matter of time before they were lost. WordLock requires no keys and instead gives you the choice to pick a word that you will remember. I love that! Thanks to some new advances in the lock technology, they are able to offer thousands of letter combinations. This way you can pick a word that means something to you but won't be guessed by someone else.
"Security, creativity and usability come together in the original family of Wordlock padlocks, bike locks, travel locks and cable locks. Easy to set, never forget. Because what good is a lock if you can’t remember the combination?"- http://wordlock.com
The WordLock Padlock comes in four colors and is sold at Sears, Target, Kmart and other hardware stores. You can also purchase one online here: http://wordlock.com/store/
WordLock has offered to giveaway one FREE padlock to one of my readers!
To Enter You Must:
1) Visit the Wordlock Site and leave me a comment telling me another product they sell. (mandatory first entry)
Additional Entries: (leave separate comments for each entry)
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4) tweet about this giveaway: (2 entries, leave 2 comments)
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This giveaway will close on Feb 8th 2011 at 10pm PST. Good Luck!
**This review was made possible by Mom Spark Media(http://momsparkmedia.com). Thoughts about the product are my own. I was not paid for this post, I was provided a sample product in exchange for the review.