Whether for safety or protest reasons, the Shomer Tec Kwikset Killer Key is designed to permanently disable a deadbolt. Working by being inserted into the lock, the key is barbed to prevent it from being removed from the keyhole. After being inserted, the key is then designed to be broken off, so no tries at removing it from the tumbler would be possible.
The Shomer Tec Kwikset Killer Key can be utilized as a way to help keep unwanted tenants from returning to a property before the locks can be changed. Moreover, it can be used in a variety of other situations where lock disabling is desired. Once utilized, the lock will requiring drilling in order to be opened (although it can be unlocked from the other side).
The Shomer Tec Kwikset Killer Key Permanently Disables Locks
1. Deadbolt-disabling Tools - The creation of tools that can permanently disable locks presents an opportunity for safety and security professionals to address the limitations and vulnerabilities of traditional lock systems.
2. Protest-inspired Safety Technology - Innovations that are designed for protest scenarios, such as the Shomer Tec Kwikset Killer Key, could have broader applications in the safety technology industry, beyond just protest scenarios.
3. Alternative Lock Systems - The demand for innovative lock systems that cannot be easily disabled, such as biometric locks, is likely to increase as awareness of lock vulnerabilities like the Shomer Tec Kwikset Killer Key grows.
1. Residential Security - Companies in the residential security industry could potentially develop targeted marketing campaigns around the Shomer Tec Kwikset Killer Key as a means of home defense and burglary prevention.
2. Protest and Civil Rights - Organizations concerned with civil rights and social justice could explore the potential uses of tools like the Shomer Tec Kwikset Killer Key in protest scenarios.
3. Lock Manufacturing - Lock manufacturers could use this news as a signal to innovate and market more advanced lock systems, such as biometric technology, that would be more reliable than traditional locks on the market today.