Master Lock Back to School

The following is a sponsored #MasterBackToSchool post for Master Lock with Global Influence. 

Homeschool means a bit of a different twist on "back to school." I still look through school supplies and make special purchases for each of my kids, I just don't have another teacher's list to fill. My kids and I looked through the school supply aisles and I noticed Master Lock displays in several stores. Have you seen the Master Lock line of products for Back to School? We received a  Master Lock 1500eDBX dialSpeed and a 5900D SafeSpace.

"Nearly half of North American parents admitted that their child has had an item stolen from them at school, with the most valuable being their cell phone." (According to a 2011 National Retail Federation Study)

The Master Lock safe space vault is large enough to hold MP3 players, cell phones, cameras, game devices, cash, credit cards, jewelry, keys, a passport, sunglasses, or other small valuables, yet it is small enough to easily carry. There is an attached cable, which can be used to attach the vault to a stationary object or be used as a handle to carry the safe around. The vault comes with simple instructions, which basically just tell you how to get started using the vault. It has a soft padded interior and an indention on the edge designed for ear bud cords to fit through.
5900D SafeSpace™ Portable Safe: Keep your things safe while socializing. Stash cash, jewelry, credit cards and more in the SafeSpace for security on-the-go. Features an integrated cable that can be securely anchored to a fixed object or used as a handle for convenient carrying. Available in white, grey and pink and retails for $19.99.
Master Lock offers a wide range of products and tools for student use including padlocks for school and gym lockers, laptop locks, backpack locks and an online website and mobile app for storing passwords and other important documents.

The master lock 1500eDBX dialSpeed combination lock has arrow keys, which can be set to your combination. There are clear instructions on the package for how to use it. If you enter the wrong code? It blinks red lights. And before you forget your code, they allow you to save it on their website. 
1500eDBX dialSpeed Digital Combination Lock: Eliminate the fear of the forgotten combination with this high-tech gadget for the digital era. This lock offers ultrafast entry and features an electronic light-up keypad with a unique online Backup Master Code that users can retrieve from masterlockvault.com.  It stores multiple resettableguest codes and sports a sleek, ergonomic design for one-handed, no-look operation to keep lockers stylish and secure. Available in black and white and retails for $15.99.

Join the Master Lock Photo Hunt Challenge:

Master Lock is dialing up back-to-school fun for students and parents with an interactive online game, “Master Lock Photo Hunt Challenge.” The game offers players a chance to view the many products Master Lock offers to keep students’ belongs safe at school while getting a chance to win fun Master Lock products and other cool prizes. 

Now through September 7, participants can go to www.MasterLockPhotoHunt.com for a chance to win back-to-school security items and create a Master Lock shopping wish list. Players can add any of the Master Lock products they see while playing the game to their wish list and email it to mom or dad for easy back-to-school shopping.

The game features two similar back-to-school images and asks players to spot the differences before time runs out. Finding all the differences will unlock the next photo board with the potential to earn up to two sweepstakes entries for each play. If participants share the photo hunt challenge on Twitter, they earn an additional entry.

There are more than 65 chances to win, including daily instant win prizes, weekly prizes and one grand prize: a Samsung Smart Media Center Package that includes a 60” HD 1080p Smart LED HDTV.

Join the Master Lock Twitter Party on August 5th at 8 PM EST, hosted by @ResourcefulMom. RSVP link

Disclosure: This post was compensated by Global Influence. This is being shared per FTC guidelines.

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