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— Around The Home Review

Review: The keyless, combo-less Quicklock Bluetooth padlock

By - March 22, 2015 4 Pictures
The first time we ever heard about a padlock that can be unlocked by Bluetooth instead of a key or combination, it was the Noke by FŪZ Designs. While it won't be shipping until this June, however, SafeTech Products' similar Quicklock will begin doing so next week – reportedly becoming the world's first Bluetooth padlock to actually reach consumers. We recently had the chance to try out an engineering sample unit. Read More

BOLT padlock system cuts down on keys

Nobody likes having to carry around a keychain full of keys, or – worse yet – arriving somewhere only to discover that they haven’t brought the key they need. The BOLT system offers an alternative. It allows you to open multiple padlocks, all using your vehicle’s ignition key. Read More
— Bicycles

Hiplok - part bike lock, part urban fashion accessory

By - March 18, 2011 6 Pictures
Just as there are a variety of types of bicycle locks, so there are a variety of ways in which riders carry them. U-locks can be thrown into a backpack or pannier, clipped into a mounting bracket, or just left to dangle from the handlebars, while cable or chain locks are often jauntily looped around the rider’s torso, like a shoulder bag. The makers of the Hiplok, however, claim that their product has all of those approaches beat – it’s designed to be worn like a belt. Read More
— Around The Home

Matrix Key System lets you change your locks without changing your locks

By - July 16, 2010 4 Pictures
Most of us at one time or another has lost our keys and know the stress that it causes. Compounding things is the cost that comes with calling out a locksmith to replace all the locks on the windows and doors of your house. But what if you could change your locks simply by inserting another key? That’s just what the Matrix Key System designed by Australian locksmith, Stuart Webb, does. Inserting a new key into the lock effectively changes the lock, rendering the old key useless and saving the hassle and expense of calling a locksmith. Read More
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