THE BEST BUMP PROOF DEADBOLT IS HERE - AND IT'S TRULY AFFORDABLE
In a real-world, exhaustive test performed at ALOA (Associated Locksmiths Of America), only one major brand deadbolt came out a winner in resisting lock bumping methods, lock picking methods and even key impressioning techniques. What does this mean to the American consumer? At last, you can truly protect your home or office from what has become the most common burglary method in this country: bump keys.
Even better, this beautiful deadbolt is not going to put much of a strain on your wallet. So-called government grade lock hardware touted as "bump resistant" can cost upwards of $300 a pop -- even more if certain high profile manufacturers are behind the design (Medeco, Abloy, etc.). For little more than you'd pay for a cheap and nearly totally ineffective "knock off" brand at your local hardware store, you can now purchase the Kwikset "SmartKey" 980 Deadbolt right here right now and rest assured that your property is being protected to the ultimate degree. Get one for each hinged entry/exit door. This lock installs in minutes using nothing more than a common screwdriver (when replacing an existing deadbolt). It fits anywhere a normal deadbolt has been installed.
There's even more reason to buy this model. You can rekey it anytime, by yourself, in seconds -- and that's not an exaggeration! SmartKey technology, which is truly ground-breaking, gives you the ability to reset your lock to a brand new key at will. You follow a 3-step, super simple procedure to do this and you never have to remove the lock from the door!
We are offering this lock in your choice of 3 different finishes: Bright brass (US3), Antigue Brass (US5), and Brushed Nickel (26D). This is a single-cylinder design, meaning you use a key to enter from the outside, but from the inside you simply turn a lever to lock or unlock it.
Sleep better -- buy a 980 deadbolt for every outside door and know your home is protected from illicit entry using bump keys, lock picks or drilling. Don't be one of the tens of thousands of homeowners who try to protect the entire contents of their home - usually amounting to many thousands of dollars of value - with a cheap lock that can be defeated in seconds by just about any burglar skulking around looking for an easy mark. That just doesn't make sense!