You may have seen this before on a Halloween costume, but you may not know the name of the child whose hand you just gave the key to a door.
It’s called a “nest.”
Nest-door locks are a common feature of homes, and while many of us will probably never use them, the fact that they exist is a reminder of how vital they are to keeping kids safe from the dark.
It also makes sense: Most people don’t have access to a safe, and they’re less likely to pick locks on a dark night than at a light.
A good Nest-Lock system includes the following elements: It includes a spring-loaded latch, which keeps a lock open only when the key is in the pocket or the pocket is open.
A spring-load safety lock.
A sliding latch.
A door lock that opens or closes when the door is opened or closed.
It can be made from plastic or wood, but usually the handle is more practical.
It should be made of plastic or a metal that won’t rust.
It must have a strong locking mechanism that can be operated with a spring or a thumb.
The system should also have a safety door that can’t be opened or locked, and must be accessible by all four legs.
Some of the most common Nest-Locks you can buy include: The Locksmith® (Locksmiths have a special deal: $50 off your purchase of a new Nest-lock!)