September is National Preparedness Month and this month as part of the Master Lock Live Secure Safety Squad, I get the chance to help you protect your keys so that you’re prepared in case you ever lock yourself out of the house. Depending on the time of year, accidentally locking the keys inside can be a pretty horrible experience. I remember once returning home with my two young boys after running some errands in bone chilling winter weather only to realize that I’d forgotten to bring my keys. The panic I felt as I tried to figure out how to get my boys out of the cold was something I don’t ever want to have to experience again.
While hiding a key outside is a popular solution to situations like mine, there’s always the worry that somebody will find the key and take it, or even use it to break into the house. The Master Lock Storage Security 5423D Key Safe is the perfect solution. It allows a family to safely store a spare key or access card outside without worrying about anybody else being able to take it. The wall-mount safe is durable, has large, easy-to-read buttons and can be programmed with a combination of up to twelve digits.
To ensure you never get stuck outside, Master Lock is very generously offering one lucky Mommy Kat and Kids reader their very own Storage Security 5423D Key Safe and a $10 Visa gift card, a $48 total value! To enter to win, just leave a blog comment about whether or not you’ve ever locked yourself out of your house or car.
Taking the time to make preparations for those unexpected emergencies is always a good idea and this month is a great time to ensure that your car’s emergency kit is stocked for cold weather, your window and door locks are functional and your spare key is safely secured somewhere accessible just in case. Fortunately, the Master Lock Storage Security Key Safe and the other great Master Lock products can help keep you safe and secure all year long!
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173 thoughts on “The Master Lock Storage Security Key Safe Keeps Keys Secure and Accessible-Giveaway”
My front door has a keypad, just need to punch in the code. My kids all have separate codes. The system sends me a text message with the user’s name when the door is unlocked. So no locking ourselves out.
Oh yes, a few times – was trying to do the responsible thing and keep house keys and car keys separate and keep leaving the house keys in the house – awful feeling breaking into your own house, lol
I’ve locked myself out of the car a few times over the years.
I’ve locked myself out of my house and out of my car … and not just once either.
Both yes. Thankfully for the house I remembered that I had a spare in the van. I had picked up the wrong set , with just my emergency van key and forgot it had the house key and went out and locked the door, only to realize I was locked out . there was panic for a few sec till I realized I had the spare. When I had my truck I locked the keys in it. Thankfully I am tiny and I had to snap off the lock on the back sliding window and crawl through to get in and unlock it. Early morning and almost late for work .
Yes, absolutely :)!
Yes locked out if car recently :(
yes a few times
yes, both :(
Yep more than once!