ImageLock (Design and utility Patented) is a fun reinvention of the classic combination lock that replaces numbers with color images on the dial.
Online PR News – 05-October-2015 – Sunnyside, NY – September 30, 2015
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The ImageLOCK (Design and Utility Patented) is a new invention that adds a different twist and new dimension to the combination padlock industry.
New York, NY – A new type of combination lock will soon change the way you view and use padlocks in the near future. The ImageLOCK is the latest breakthrough in combination padlock innovation, and it offers you a different spin, literally speaking. Unlike other combination locks today, the ImageLOCK is a new invention that has symbol and shape images instead of numbers and letters. The look and structure of the ImageLOCK is just like any other combination padlock. But the dial on the ImageLOCK is quite different; you set your combination and open your lock by using symbols and shapes.
Invented by Ali Nawaz, the ImageLOCK is ushering in a new era in combination padlocks. The inclusion of images instead of numbers is the innovation in this combination lock design. Instead of a 1-2-3 combination, imagine a typical ImageLOCK combination might be “butterfly-dog-star-” or “triangle-circle-square.” The invention is perfect for children and also for people that have difficulty remembering their number or letter combinations. The ImageLOCK will include a variety of icons including shapes, animals and even licensed characters.
“People tend to forget combination numbers,” says Nawaz. “Images, however, are much easier to remember. A child especially can remember his/her favorite animal or shape for their combination lock. It could benefit people with Dementia or Alzheimer’s disease. It could even help people with disabilities.”
Nawaz, a New York City resident, saw a need for the ImageLOCK after observing how virtually all combination padlocks are one-dimensional. Nawaz believes the ImageLOCK would be a great way for school age children to hone their memory skills. The lock would also help people who suffer from memory loss. “I have not been able to find a similar lock in existence,” Nawaz said. “There are many kinds of combination locks, but I have not seen one that’s geared toward young and elderly people or those that would enjoy a decorative and interesting lock.”
Nawaz will be launching a Kickstarter campaign during the beginning of November in hopes of getting the funding to take ImageLOCK to the next level.
Innovation through image…that’s the ImageLOCK in a nutshell. The look and novelty is sure to be a success.
Video can be view at YouTube https://youtu.be/Urv-UHHLN2k
Kickstarter: ImageLOCK with Colors
For more information, contact Ali Nawaz: