Many homes across the UK have a very real need to fit a Whatlock for child safety. The Child Accident Prevention Trust found that in one year alone, over 30,000 children under the age of 5 were admitted to hospital after suspected poisoning.
The invisible lock is ideal for putting on kitchen cupboards and medicine cabinets to keep harmful substances and dangerous objects out of reach of children.
The lock has featured on ‘Tomorrows World’, been acclaimed by the Design Council for Innovation, as well as been awarded a Gold Award from the Furniture Industries Research Associations.
The Whatlock combines the security of a lock with the simplicity of a catch. A simple magnetic key placed on the door releases the catch.
Since the device is hidden, there is nothing to challenge a child's ingenuity or alert an opportunist thief.
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