Super Grip Lock

Summary:
Stops anyone from unlocking your door. Super Grip Lock attaches to your deadbolt handle or key when locked and is secured by the doorknob as shown here; www.youtube.com/watch?v=lf5B62_8Qns.

Full Description:
Super Grip Lock is 1"W hook and loop fabric faced with a nylon vinyl for appearance and a self-adjusting elastic and eyelet attachment on one end, which is attached to the deadbolt handle or key when locked.

1. SLIP the Self-Adjusting Pocket or Eyelet (located at the end of the Strap) over the Tip of the Deadbolt Handle or Key when Locked.
2. WRAP once around Handle or Key in the Direction required to lock the Deadbolt go under the Doorknob lift up until Snug then:
3. FIRMLY PRESS together.

THIS prevents the Handle or Key from turning and keeps the Bolt engaged so the Deadbolt cannot be unlocked until the Strap is removed.

Problem this idea/invention addresses:
Stops crooks from unlocking your door because they can. Bump Keys are available online and open Passage locks and Deadbolts nearly as fast as a working key.
Google -Bump Key News- Anyone can unlock your door and walk in.

Auxiliary products or services for sale:
Offer includes current inventory the Super Grip Lock website and the SGL-Ad1a enclosed, which can benefit any online marketer by adding their ordering link to the Ad and emailing it to their current and former customers. The Subject Line: "Stop crooks that can unlock your door." Who wouldn't appreciate lifesaving information that can be instantly verified online and a Police recommended solution that stops anyone who could otherwise unlock their door.

Selling Price of Patent and Inventory of 250,000 products is 5 Million US Dollars.
A deposit will be required to secure your interest. Contact:

Ron Moore
1162 Riverside Drive
Myrtle Creek, OR 97457
Phone: 541-378-4533
Email: ron.moore@supergriplock.com

Attached files:
sglinstructionsheet.pdf
sept 17 strap3 008.JPG
2014-Travel Ready.pdf

Patent: US 6,183,485

Asking price: [CONTACT SELLER]
Available for consultation? Yes

Invention #11914
Date posted: 2013-12-18


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