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V Lock

You know that feeling you get when you see an invention and think "Why didn't I think of that?"

The V Lock is one of those ideas. Car keys that just contain a memory chip and sit inside what amounts to a digital card reader with an "On" button nearby are another.

The latter, however, had technical hurdles to clear while the V Lock could have been created in the 1400s (or, heck, the 1400s BC by the Egyptians or something).

2 Responses to "V Lock"

  1. I like it pretty well, except for the increased risk of ice in the keyhole.

  2. Jesper said on June 1, 2010:

    I like it pretty well, except for the increased risk of ice in the keyhole.

    Yes, there's that. Most of the keyholes I use are out of the rain. I also suppose you could turn it upside down so people get used to sliding it in from the bottom.


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