When I first saw Anthony Sullivan pitching the Fridge Locker (check it out on Pitchmen, Season 2, Episode 3 - excited), I grumbled. Why? Do you know that guy who eats your food or drinks that can of pop/soda you've been saving? Yeah, I'm that guy. But only if the stuff's been in there more than a day and if I'm working really late at night. I swear.
The Fridge Locker is this little plastic cage with a combination lock on it that allows people to store food in it without others snatching & grabbing it. It's pitched As Seen on TV-style towards keeping kids from snacking and keeping the allergic food out of the reach of those with allergies. Those aforementioned office reason (grr). And just as your about to fall asleep, they bring in an 800 lbs. Grizzly Bear and let him use it as a chew toy. Why? to prove that even if someone took the whole fridge locker that they wouldn't be able to get in.
"I just hope you don't have a bear in your house." - Anthony Sullivan, fridgelocker.com (thanks for the concern, Sully)
Review - Does Fridge Locker Solve a Common Problem? It appears as though the Fridge Locker does in fact solve a common problem. I fumbled around work-arounds such as:
I'm assured those things are possible, but here's the thing: if someone's willing to go to those lengths to get the food, then you have a bigger problem than simple food theft.
It's been seen on shows such as Ellen and the like we at As Seen on TV Life don't think so as of yet. But I wonder how the metal combination lock (aka - the "Snack-rity System") will hold up in a freezer and I hate when websites don't add the S&H (tisk, tisk, fridgelocker.com) till after you give a credit card, but the product seems good.
Otherwise, nothing negative regarding the Fridge Locker has appeared on the typical sites. If any of you hear something, please let us know
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