Mom in Training: CLOSED: WordLock Cable Lock R&G 5-11
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April 27, 2011

CLOSED: WordLock Cable Lock R&G 5-11

Wordlock CL-422-BK 4-Dial 6-Feet Cable Lock:
Heavy Duty braided stainless steel bike lock. Extra durable cable. Create over 10,000 combinations using WORDS, not numbers.
  • Heavy-duty braided stainless steel cable 60-Inch long by 0.4-Inch thick
  • 10,000 Possible resettable word and letter combinations
  • Since all our locks are weatherproof they can stand up to the toughest environments
  • Rated 585-Pound pull strength, 3923-Pound cut strength 

Help WordLock support the American Heart Association.  For every new fan over their existing base, WordLock will donate $0.10 (up to $5,000) to the American Heart Association (AHA).

Visit WordLock’s Facebook page to “like” their page and WordLock will donate $0.10 to the American Heart Association. You will also be able to vote on your favorite “Word of Love” and share your own story about the power of love.



Please help WordLock with their donation efforts by spreading the word!
My Take:
As I typed that "My Take" I stopped and pondered should in this case it be "Our Take". I say that because this lock didn't stop in my hands, as I figured it probably wouldn't. I received a WordLock Cable Lock for my review and I had it just long enough to take off the pre-set code and set it to my own secret code, teeheehee! I then passed it to my son and husband to "figure out" just what code mommy had up her sleeve.  I decided to be sneaky and use a somewhat made-up word so to speak.  I figured it might be too easy for them if I used a simple word like "book" or "tree". Since they did eventually figure it out, and we've since changed the word again, I can share it on here.  My word was "whap". It was almost like a toy for us all to start with, we all took turns changing the lock code and trying to figure out what the other person used for a word.  Knowing each others habits and such some were pretty easy to figure out.  Once all the fun was over then it was "dibs" time.  This is when we discuss who ends up with the product I got to review.  Of course I knew my son would be all over this one, he LOVES locks and likes to chain things up.  Well, unfortunately for him daddy has the trump card because he doesn't get review goodies very often. Once my husband saw and felt just how secure and strong the lock cable was he knew just what he wanted to use it for. He tried to explain to me just what it meant that it was made of  So when all was said and done daddy ended up with the WordLock and little man was promised something else at a later date.

 

Buy It: WordLocks are available at retailers including Target, Sears, Kmart, Ace Hardware, and True Value stores. Or online at  Amazon.com.


Giveaway CLOSED - Congratulations to the winner you have been notified via email and have 48 hours to reply or a new winner will be chosen.

Win it: One lucky reader will win a WordLock Cable Lock just like the one I got. This giveaway will end May 11th at 10 PM EST. The winner will have 48 hours to respond to my email. If no response, a new winner will be chosen. Open to residents of the US.


Mandatory Entry: (Mandatory entry must be completed first or bonus entries don't count.)  *Visit WordLock’s Facebook page “like” their page and then tell them Mom in Training sent you.

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• Blog about this Giveaway with a link-back (3 entries, leave link)

• Tweet this giveaway (may be done once per day - please leave a comment with your tweet status) RT #win a WordLock Cable Lock from @smtilton http://bit.ly/jmD494 (Ends 5-11) #Giveaways

Disclosure:  Thanks to PR Firm/sponsor I was provided with this product(s) for the purpose of my personal review. This blog post is not a paid post and the honest opinions stated are my own.
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