Wordlock – Combination Lock Using Letters
July 19th, 2005
Wordlock – combination lock that uses letters instead of numbers from Staples. It is easy to use and easy to remembers. With 5 rings and just 10 letters per ring, it provides over 1,000 four-or five-letter words- anything from ALIEN and CHILL to SALSA and SARAH or up to 100,000 possible combinations. Price: $5.98.
Wordlock, invented by amateur inventor Todd Basche, was the winner of 2004 Staples Invention Quest, an event held by Staples to award the most unique product that simplify our workdays.
How to reset Staples Wordlock
Unlock to open. Once open the ring at the base can be unscrewed (it’s a quarter turn and then pull it), you can take the wheel of the letter and change any word you want. Full instructions here – http://wordlock.com/_pdf/Wordlock-Padlock-Instructions.pdf
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