Junior high was the only time I used my school-appointed locker and half the time I could never even remember my padlock combination to get to my Trapper Keeper and magnetic mirror. Oh right, and my textbooks. If I only I had a digital padlock like the Master Lock 1500eDBX back in the day.

Instead of having to wrack your brain for what combo of your¬†birthday, address and phone number you created as the unlock code, the super high tech lock features a digital code that simply requires a series of directions. Up, left, up, right, down, up, click! If arrows aren’t your thing, you¬†can also set your own password using the letters, numbers, or a combination of all three.

Master Lock Vault app for storing your digital padlock code (and other passwords) | Cool Mom Tech

Once you pick your combination, you can input¬†your combo¬†into¬†Masterlockvault.com, a password repository online, or use the¬†Master Lock app for¬†iOS¬†or¬†Android, which is perfect for when your kid is standing at his locker and need an instant refresher. (You can also store other passcodes in there so it’s a nice central repository for everything else that you have a hard time remembering.)

Now even¬†though the lock is¬†customizable for up to four users with each person creating their own code, I’m guessing once the kids get a hold of this, they’ll hoard it for themselves, though it’s obviously not just for kids. It’s great for¬†gym lockers, laptop bags, liquor cabinets (hey now!) and well anywhere a padlock can be used. Plus, the replaceable battery lasts for five years. Way longer than the life of my Miami Vice Trapper Keeper. Ah, memories.

The 1500eDBX sells for $39.98 and is available through the retailers listed on the Master Lock website. The Master Lock Vault app is free for iOS or Android. 

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