Saturday, April 2, 2016

Super Grip Lock Review

Disclosure: I received one or more products for review purposes only. Despite the free item, my opinions remain 100% Honest and my own.This post may contain affiliate links, if clicked I may receive compensation.

When I was offered to review this product, I was very excited, we live in an apartment and although I never really thought to look for something like this it seems like something we should of been using all along.

Super Grip Lock

The Super Grip Lock attaches to and wraps around the deadbolt handle and doorknob or lever handle when the deadbolt is in the locked position to prevent the handle from turning so the bolt cannot be disengaged until the Strap is removed. Your door will remain locked even if someone has your key they can’t get in until the Strap is removed which is a prudent way you can protect yourself.

“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” Benjamin Franklin was right of course and his advice can benefit those who know the facts. Super Grip Lock is industry tested and highly endorsed by Police. It’s made with the durable self-locking hook & loop fabric which is easily modified and can be made to work on most deadbolts even the double cylinder:

  1. If your deadbolt locks on the inside with a key simply turn the key to the locked position then slip the Elastic Pocket over the key and wrap the fabric around the key in the direction required to lock your deadbolt go under the doorknob or lever handle lift up until snug and firmly press the fabric together. It’s simple to do and we recommend you use a heavy duty key. If you buy a new key make sure it fits into the black Elastic Pocket before you buy it.
  2. If your deadbolt was NOT installed using the standard deadbolt/doorknob template then the distance between the deadbolt and doorknob may be greater than the standard distance. In this case: Super Grip Lock may need to be lengthened and it’s simple. Press on 6 inches of 1-inch wide double-sided hook & loop fabric found at your local fabric store to the end of the Strap with the length of fabric you need to secure the deadbolt handle in the locked position.
  3. If your deadbolt turn-handle is smaller than normal size it can slip out of the Elastic Pocket. In this case, simply make a small slit in the center of the Strap 1/2 inch below the Triangle Eyelet then fit the tip of the deadbolt handle into the slit, then holding the fabric in place; wrap as directed; it’s easy to do just be careful when making the slit.
My final thoughts: this product is easy to install and works really well. Both my mister and I tried to unlock our front door after installing it, neither could get it to turn. I also tried to unlock the door from the inside while this was still installed.  I was very happy to see the lock would not turn.

I would highly recommend this product to anyone living in an apartment and wanting some more security.

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