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Wordlock Combo Locks

Word Perfect

Not everyone is good with numbers, so why has every combination lock up ‘til now used them? Many kids (and most adults) have suffered from the dreaded “combo amnesia” from time to time, which is especially stressful when there are bikes to be secured and lockers that need opening. Wordlock founders Todd and Rahn Basche went looking for a letter-based padlock for their own number-challenged family and couldn’t find one. And that’s how this memorable security solution was born. Instead of a meaningless chain of numbers, you need remember only one four-letter word. (Okay, maybe not that four-letter word! It could be as simple as “snap” or as easy as “abcd.”)
Wordlock Combo Locks
Word Perfect

Not everyone is good with numbers, so why has every combination lock up ‘til now used them? Many kids (and most adults) have suffered from the dreaded “combo amnesia” from time to time, which is especially stressful when there are bikes to be secured and lockers that need opening. Wordlock founders Todd and Rahn Basche went looking for a letter-based padlock for their own number-challenged family and couldn’t find one. And that’s how this memorable security solution was born. Instead of a meaningless chain of numbers, you need remember only one four-letter word. (Okay, maybe not that four-letter word! It could be as simple as “snap” or as easy as “abcd.”)

Each Wordlock provides 10,000 possible letter combination’s, so surely one will appeal to even the youngest of users. The heavy-duty braided steel cable lock comes with a mounting bracket, and is five feet long and vinyl-coated—perfect for securing a bike anywhere, and it won’t scratch the paint, either.

Choose your color, choose your word, and then leave the stress behind. Wordlock may be the first combination lock you never forget.