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Back-to-school COOL with WordLock

My word! Now you can open your locker with a word of your choosing!  WordLock is the first combination lock that opens with a word instead of a number. Gone are the days of dreary number combinations that someone at a factory pre-set.  Now, simply pick the word you want to unlock your locker, gym bag, bike or anything else and PRESTO, it's open! 

WordLocks are available in red, black, pink and silver. There are 100,000 possible letter combinations and this lock offers maximum security due to its  2 5/8 inch hardened steel shackle. It's rated to 3,000 pounds of pull strength, which translates into lots of security for you.  There are no removable parts or extra wheels to keep up with.  It couldn't get any more simple.

At less than $10.00 a pop, it's an affordable way to protect your gear, and that huge homework assignment you've been working on for weeks, as well as your hi-tech calculators and other gizmos.

Our teen reviewer thought this lock was, in a word, awesome.  "Way easier than number locks...something I'll remember because I set it myself!"

WordLocks are sold at retailers nationwide including Target, Sears, Kmart, Ace Hardware, True Value stores and also through leading on-line retailers such as

To learn more about WordLock, visit their site at




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