Does this qualify for #sciencesunday  

09 Jul 2012 admin In G+ Posts Tags:

Does this qualify for #sciencesunday  

Buy this and you can enforce your own Drunk test at your own front door

Whether you know it or not, geeks have an intimate association with the word "labrys." It's Greek for "double-headed axe" (a thing in and of itself well loved and lauded by geek-kind) and gave rise to the term "labyrinth." We are all guilty of wandering through many labyrinths – some in the guise of dungeons (with and without dragons), some surrounded by scrolling green "computer symbols," and some through the awkward social interactions of everyday life (especially those with members of the opposite sex). And speaking of the opposite sex, pretend for a moment that you actually get one to come over to your "labyrinth of love" – how do you stop them from leaving? Piece of cake with the Defendius Labyrinth Security Lock.

This innovative lock is designed by Art Lebedev Studio… responsible for the amazing Optimus Maximus keyboard with a tiny screen on each key. Constructed of 100% titanium alloy, nothing less than a level forty-two spell of ultimate cutting will break the Defendius lock open. Really, just look at it: no one is getting out easily. You'll have to guide the lock nib through the labyrinth before you can open to door. There is only one solution, so no cheating will help. Maybe when confronted with the Defendius Labyrinth Security Lock, your date will reconsider your offer of playing the game of love in co-op mode. And don't worry, these locks were tested by robots and confirmed to be the strongest lock commercially available. So, install a Defendius Labyrinth Security Lock today, and make sure your next date gets to the bonus level.

Product Features

Chain style Doorlock forces you to solve a maze to exit
100% Titanium Alloy Construction
8" chain
10 mounting screws included (2 extra)
Tested to 700lbs of force.

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Comments: 12

  1. Vipul Kurhade 9 Jul 2012 Reply

    Tight Security…..

  2. Debra Hicks 9 Jul 2012 Reply


  3. Sandra Parlow 9 Jul 2012 Reply

    they should put those in hotel rooms..

  4. Brent Burzycki 9 Jul 2012 Reply

    +Sandra Parlow well they already have your credit card.. So If you cannot get out you might have a huge bill

  5. Sandra Parlow 9 Jul 2012 Reply

    maybe the lock to the bar fridge should have it then….

  6. Brent Burzycki 9 Jul 2012 Reply

    How would I spend twenty bucks on a water then………

  7. Sandra Parlow 9 Jul 2012 Reply

    EXACTLY!  it would SAVE you money!

  8. Brent Burzycki 9 Jul 2012 Reply

    +Sandra Parlow I like puzzles so I would probably love the thing

  9. Sandra Parlow 9 Jul 2012 Reply

    lol!   but you'd have at least earned the $20 !

  10. Matthew Yager 9 Jul 2012 Reply

    Give me a week and I'll do it in my sleep.
    you need need about 20 boards you could change each week.
    Ohh and good luck if there was a fire 🙂

  11. Oscar Castillo 16 Jul 2012 Reply

    Easily solved.

  12. Daud Alzayer 22 Jul 2012 Reply

    It's kind of sad if you need a sobriety test to leave the house.

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