Keep holiday gifts safe with a super strong door lock that's on sale

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The holiday season is known to be a time of giving, but in reality, it's the season of stealing. According to the FBI, many states see an increase in burglaries throughout the month of December, when people's homes are filled with expensive gifts sitting out in the open. 

This holiday season, let's make sure that Kris Kringle is the only stranger who's secretly sneaking into your home. Ten times stronger than a deadbolt and designed by U.S. Special Ops veterans, the HAVEN Mech Lock will keep your house safe and secure whenever you're there.

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The HAVEN is a foot-activated, wedge-shaped door lock made from military-grade materials that mounts at the base of your door — its strongest point — and absorbs the force of an attempted break-in. It's remarkably easy to install, and once it's in place, all you need to do is walk into your abode and step on its pedal to set the lock. You don't have to worry about your little ones accidentally activating it, either — it's calibrated so that only adults can engage it. Read more...

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