I’ve never been good at remembering combinations to locks. Ask my mom who had to literally cut a bike lock off of her wicker shelf system because I’d put the lock on it and couldn’t remember how to get it off.
I had the opportunity to test drive two of the Wordlock Luggage Locks and promptly hooked my husband (who was getting ready to go on a business trip) with one of the locks. I told him to set the combination and let me know what he thought of it. The first “issue” he mentioned was that he was limited in what words he could create – but I think he wanted to use a certain four-letter-word. I told him that there are around 10,000 letter combinations that he can make and to just deal with it. He used his Wordlock on his trip and said it worked great – he would recommend the Wordlock. Plus, if I may add, my husband isn’t very good at remembering numeric combinations either!
Wordlock is the first combination lock that unlocks with a word, instead of the usual numeric code. The travel locks are TSA friendly and are secure. They are very well made and come in five colors – black, silver, red, pink and neon green.
BUY IT : You can purchase your own Wordlock from stores such as Target, Sears, KMart and Walgreens or you can buy online at Amazon or any of the online luggage and travel retailers.
WIN IT : We’re giving away one Wordlock Padlock and Bike lock to a lucky reader. All you need to do is:
Visit www.wordlock.com and choose the colour of the padlock and bikelock that you want to win
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- Giveaway is open to Continental US shipping addresses only.
- Giveaway closes on 5th May 2009 and a winner will be picked using Random.Org. We will not be emailing winners, so please make sure you subscribe or check back here so that you do not miss the announcement of winners.