Super Grip Lock is a simple strap that wraps around your deadbolt lock.
Super Grip Lock helps to prevent bump key crimes. Bump Keys open locked doors nearly as fast as a working key and threaten the life of nearly every family in America. Bump Keys have been in the news in various cities, but most are still unaware they even exist.
Bump Key crimes are preventable and knowing that can save your life and the life of those you love. You can protect yourself by installing Bump Resistant Locks.
How easy is it to use the Super Grip Lock?
It is very easy to install the Super Grip Lock:
- While locked slip the Black Elastic Pocket or Eyelet (located at the end of the Strap) over the Tip of the Deadbolt Handle/Key.
- Wrap once around Handle or Key in the Direction required to lock Deadbolt go under the Doorknob lift up until snug.
- Firmly press the self-locking fabric together.
I live in an apartment building that was not constructed properly. I have a chain for my door, but it doesn’t make me feel safe. If someone bangs the hall doors (and the neighbors do constantly) my apartment door will shake.
I love that I can now protect myself and my home, easily and effectively with the Super Grip Lock. It’s also very affordable. One strap is only $10. I received a 3 pack for my review that retails $24.95. This is not only great for home use, it can be used in a hotel as well if you travel.
The strap reminds me of the snap bracelets from the 80s. It can easily be carried with you when you travel.
Super Grip Lock.Com is supporting the victims and their families of the Umpqua Community College shootings by donating 5,000 products to the Greater Douglas United Way of Roseburg Oregon to reduce the risk of further tragedy in their community.
United Way is offering Super Grip Lock for a $10 donation per single unit and FREE to families who cannot afford a donation. 100% of the funds they receive will go to the victims and their families of the UCC shootings.
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