Locks

Yale Touchscreen Deadbolt review

For more than a thousand years, humans have been securing their front door with key-based locks.  Until recently, there hasn’t been much innovation in the technology, but thankfully, several companies have tried to bring the door lock into the 21st century.  One of them, Yale, has provided us with their key-free Touchscreen Deadbolt.  I expected installation …

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Kwikset Kevo lets you open your front door with a gentle caress

Kwikset, longtime makers of locks and keys, have announced that their new Kevo deadbolt lock will be available for pre-order starting today. The Kevo looks like a standard deadbolt style lock that you might find installed in most doors. But it uses Bluetooth Low Energy™ 4.0 technology to turn your smartphone into an electronic key …

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Protect Your Luggage With Safe Skies’ TSA-Approved Locks

When you fly, you want to lock up your luggage to prevent theft and loss, but you’ll run the risk of having your lock cut off if you don’t use a TSA-approved lock.  Safe Skies already offers the industry’s largest selection of TSA-approved locks, and they are expanding their line with 50 new designs.  Instead …

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Can your Padlock Take a Bullet

If you use padlocks to secure your property, you might want to check out the abuse tests that Popular Mechanics conducted on several locks from different manufactures. They subjected locks from Master, Franklin, OnGuard and Medeco to Shock, Tensile, Salt-Fog, Gunshots and Bolt-cutter tests. Go read the full report to see which lock stood up …

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