The HAVEN Mech Door Lock is 10 times stronger than a deadbolt

The HAVEN Mech Door Lock is 10 times stronger than a deadbolt, installs in seconds, and absorbs all of the force of an attempted break-in.
The HAVEN Mech Door Lock is 10 times stronger than a deadbolt, installs in seconds, and absorbs all of the force of an attempted break-in.

The holidays are about lighthearted cheer, and considering something like home security options when you’re choosing gifts can seem a little grim. However,  a Special Ops-approved door lock could give them greater peace of mind while they’re snuggled up at home this holiday season. The HAVEN Mech Door Lock is 10 times stronger than a deadbolt, easier to install, and a breeze to use.

The Mech Door Lock is a foot-activated lock that reinforces your door at its base, absorbing any potential force with military-grade materials and a unique locking wedge. Just step on the Mech’s foot pedal when you get home (it’s calibrated so that only adults can use it) and the lock shifts up to support your door against attempted break-ins. It’s less than an inch high, so it easily fits under the clearance path of most doors, and it protects all inward-opening doors in your home with a tap of your foot.

The HAVEN Mech Door Lock normally costs $182, but you can gift it to your loved ones for safer holidays for just $134.99 right now (25% off). Enter the code GREENMONDAY20 at checkout for an extra 20% off. Something else in the TPM Shop strike your fancy? Use GREENMONDAY20 for 20% off your entire cart for a limited time.

 

HAVEN Mech Door Lock – $134.99

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