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back to school locker locks {Master Lock}

This post on back to school security is sponsored by Master Lock and Global Influence. All opinions are 100% mine.

Here we go!  Time to have your school supplies in order and a security plan in mind.  Kiddos are heading off to school and most of us, 60%, are worried about the security of belongings while we or our children are at school.  Kids have so many expensive electronics these days: cell phones, laptops, iPods, and those are the most commonly stolen items on college campuses.  Make sure you choose a trustworthy lock with a combination kids can remember, the Master Lock dialSpeed Digital Combination Lock a perfect choice.

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When I think back to my high school years, the locker situation is somewhere up in the most memorable moments.  Each year I was excited to see who my locker would be next to and across from. I thought long and hard about how to decorate the inside, making “beauty survival kits” full of lip balm, hair gel and nail files.  I spent time there gossiping with girlfriends, but mostly I remember the stress.  You only have a limited amount of time between classes to switch heavy books and if you forget the locker combination, Lord help us all!!  I forgot mine regularly and also had an old lock the school provided that often didn’t function properly. I needed this digital lock!

Master Lock, the world’s largest manufacturer of padlocks has raised the bar with a user-friendly, digital combination lock with Backup Master Code.  Ensuring your child never loses their code again, there is a permanent Backup Master Code at masterlockvault.com.  The Master Lock dialSpeed Digital Combination Lock has a unique light-up keypad that allows for ultra-fast entry.  Kids need stress relief wherever they can find it — here is one easy way.  This lock has an electronic directional interface (meaning the combination can be: up, right, down, up, left).  You really can just memorize the motion and open the lock without even looking at it.  Think the Simon game.  You can also give a numeric or alphabetic code… the possibilities!  This lock also allows for 3 additional guest combinations.  Check out the dialSpeed and other back to school products from Master Lock.

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There is an online contest right now being held by Master Lock, an interactive online game on the Master Lock Facebook page or at www.MasterCampusChallenge.com from July 15 – September 8  where consumers will have the chance to win gift cards, video games, electronics and Master Lock products.  Each week consumers will be challenged with a new game featuring a different animated lock on a unique campus location. Players will be given a hint during the game, or can use the hints provided on the Master Lock Facebook page, to crack the code.

Daily instant prizes will be awarded to players, and for each week consumers play the game, they will be entered into the weekly sweepstakes and earn an additional points for entry into the grand prize. Players can earn up to 12 points per day.  Consumers may also earn points for a chance at the grand prize and a digital SLR camera by using #MasterCampusChallenge. Players can snap a creative picture or video of their Master Lock product and upload it to Instagram or Twitter to show Master Lock how they master any security challenge.

Who doesn’t love a good Twitter Party? 

When: Tuesday, August 6th from 8:00 to 9:00 p.m. ET

Where: #MasterBacktoSchool on Twitter

How: Tweet with the tag and follow @ResourcefulMom as well as sponsor @MasterLockUS

Prizes

One (1) Grand Prize winner will receive the following incredible prize pack: (total ARV: $626)

  • iPad 2  16GB (ARV: $399)
  • Homework Station Prize Pack

This post on back to school security is sponsored by Master Lock and Global Influence. All opinions are 100% mine.

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1 Comment

  1. March 29, 2017 at 3:23 am — Reply

    Hi SARAH,
    After reading your post, Just I have gone 10 years back. when I was used to going to school and I was very worried about my important electronic goods. Often I used to the various type of locker locks for security on next year so that someone can not steal anything.

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