Offer details and such $19.95 + $5.95 S&H. Includes: instruction manual & notification sticker.
Back when Discovery Channel's "PitchMen," graced our TV screens, there was a security product that came about during Season 2, Episode 6, "The Cutting Edge," that had people checking their doors late at night. Early & often. Why? Well, because they were testing out a new door lock security device KeyPout.
What was the result of the product?
Well, it made it to the As Seen on TV world. That's typically success in itself.
The KeyPout comes with more thorough directions than what we'll provide, but in short it's a device that wraps around both the dealtbolt and the doorknob on a door to keep the deadbolt in place. Initially, the device looks a little gaudy - a design feature noticed in Kennedy's focus group during the PitchMen episode - but it's designed that way because not every deadbolt is designed the same. The KeyPout provides a universal design to accommodate the different deadbolt designs.
According to KeyPoutStore.com, KeyPout claims the following features and benefits:
- For renters, condo owners, office doors, dorm rooms...
- Extra comfort of security for women, single moms, college students, senior citizens and babysitters
- Great gift for anyone
- Easy to pack
- Long lasting
But does it hold up to users of the internets.
Order Process: So far the typical complaint sites haven't given any indication that there are issues with the order process. The main offer is just the product & S&H so it should stay relatively straight-forward.
Product Performance: From everything we've heard the product performance has us thinking that this is going to be a good deal.
You can buy KeyPout at official product site KeyPoutStore.com.
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