Master Lock Vault Review – win a dialSpeed electronics lock

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Master Lock dialSpeed electronic lock

I’m giving away the Master Lock dialSpeed electronic lock on my dad blog today. I reviewed the lock last summer and think it is awesome [feel free to read my Master Lock dialSpeed review]. One of the useful features of the dialSpeed electronic lock is the Master Lock Vault, which is essentially a virtual safe deposit box for storing important documents, digital receipts and passwords. In addition, if you ever forget the passcode for your dialSpeed, you can just enter the product code for your lock (printed in the manual) into the Master Lock Vault and it will give you a back up code to unlock your dialSpeed. Nice, right?

Master Lock Vault ~ virtual safe deposit box

The Master Lock Vault is easy to use and features 256-bit encryption, authentication controls and 24/7 monitoring. The virtual vault consists of five sections:

  1. Save Passwords
  2. Secure Documents
  3. Get Help
  4. Remind Me
  5. My Products

Save Passwords
In this section, you can save passwords and important notes to yourself. If you have a lot of passwords to save, you can make it easier on yourself by selecting a category (auto, banking, home, etc) and keywords to associate with a particular password. In addition, you can add the password to Favorites. This will also make it easier to find the particular password later.

Secure Documents
In this feature, you store security sensitive files. It’s easy to upload files to this section, and just as easy to download files back. Like the password storage feature, you can add to favorites, categorize the files, and add keywords to your documents. Master Lock Vault offers 1G of storage for free. You can get an additional 2G of space for only $5 a month or $51 annually (15% saving).

Get Help
I actually thought this was a help area for the Vault. But this section is really for organizing your personal information (like credit card numbers, important phone numbers, insurance policy number, medical information, etc). This feature includes templates to guide you in the information you should store in the Vault.

Remind Me
This section is essentially a calendar for recording important dates, to do’s, and deadlines. Reminder options include email, phone, and SMS. Other options include add to favorites, category, and keywords.

My Products
In this area, you enter the the product code for your Vault enabled locks. If you ever forget the passwords for your locks, you can retrieve the back up master code in this section.

Master Lock dialSpeed Giveaway
Thanks to Master Lock, a reader of my dad blog will win a dialSpeed electronic combination lock. The winner will be randomly selected. The deadline to enter the giveaway is Friday, December 14th (Eastern time). The giveaway is limited to readers in the USA. If you don’t see an entry form below, please wait for the Rafflecopter giveaway form to load (or refresh the browser).

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[Disclosure: I did not receive anything for hosting this giveaway. The giveaway prize will be provided by Master Lock, but they are not the administrators of the giveaway on my dad blog. I am not liable for the prize. As always, the opinions expressed are mine and I am not obligated to write a positive review.]

15 thoughts on “Master Lock Vault Review – win a dialSpeed electronics lock

  1. This is a great lock! My kids frequently forget the combinations to their locks and we have a few locks laying around the house that we can’t open. Would love to have one of these! Thanks for the giveaway.

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