It would seem Benjamin Franklin was predicting the Invention of Super Grip Lock when he stated: An -OUNCE- of prevent is worth a pound of cure.
Sweet Home, Oregon (PRWEB) September 06, 2016
Super Grip Fabric Lock U.S. Patent 6,182,485 was invented by Melinda Moore of Sweet Home, Oregon.
She discovered if the deadbolt handle was held in the locked position that no one could unlock her door. She knew what to do and invented Super Grip Lock to do that job for her. Using a 1-inch wide, 19-inch long and 1/8-inch thick hook and loop fabric known for its durability and holding power, she invented Super Grip Lock.
Super Grip lock attaches to and secures the deadbolt handle when it’s in the locked position. This keeps the bolt engaged and stops anyone from unlocking the door at home or when traveling. Even if the intruder has your key they can’t get in. Super Grip Lock requires no tools to make it work -- just attach, wrap and firmly press the fabric together.
Police Lt. Bryon, a 23-year police veteran who served in the Winston Oregon Police Department wrote, "This Strap can save your life. It’s a Godsend for the traveling public and those who live in rentals."
So important that Lt. Bryon volunteered his home to demonstrate this product. He hoped it might benefit the seniors, those who live alone, single moms, kids that are home alone when both parents work, college kids who live in dorms or rent an apartment and families, who could not otherwise afford the security they need to protect themselves from the growing number of intruders who can open locked doors. See Video Testimony at SuperGripLock.com.
The National Locksmith master locksmiths have been evaluating locks for the lock industry since 1929. They reported: “Even when using a working key and a pair of pliers the key broke and the deadbolt remained locked.” They summarized their findings by stating, “There is an unlimited potential for customers and the $10 retail is definitely right.”
The International Association of Police Chiefs fighting crime in various countries since 1893 introduced Super Grip Lock to law enforcement in the Police Chief Magazine.
The Need is Great: Bump keys are and remain a national security threat that every family should know about. They open locked doors including deadbolts nearly as fast as a working key. They are easy to use and readily available online. Once the door is opened slide-bars or chain-locks are easily snipped or defeated with a push.
ABC San Francisco News Team verified these facts as the reporter with -ZERO- experience opened lock after lock with a bump key he had purchased online. (Enter -ABC Bump Key News- on your internet browser to see this news report.)
Renters and those who stay in a hotel or motel have an additional problem. The landlord/owners and employees are not always honest and have access to the key that opens your door. (See the Travel Video at Super Grip Lock .com.)
Jobs Available: Super Grip Lock .com needs help from Online and Catalog Marketers to move their 200,000 product inventory to manufacture more products for anticipated sales.
Products are individually poly-bagged and bar-coded. They are wholesaled in 100 units sleeves. Master Cartons contain 1400 units and weigh 45 lb. The dimensions are 21” W x 24”L x 11”H.
Marketers can call or email Super Grip Lock. For personal use; order online at Super Grip Lock.com. RM