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Combo Lock 101

Banish your combination lock anxiety forever with Combo Lock 101, your portable combination lock simulator

Banish your combination lock anxiety forever with Combo Lock 101, your portable combination lock simulator

Combo Lock 101

by Too Lean Design
Combo Lock 101
Combo Lock 101
Combo Lock 101

What is it about?

Banish your combination lock anxiety forever with Combo Lock 101, your portable combination lock simulator. Now you can practice dialing those pesky combination locks in your life whenever you feel the need.

Combo Lock 101

App Details

Version
1.0
Rating
(28)
Size
3Mb
Genre
Education Lifestyle
Last updated
September 21, 2010
Release date
September 21, 2010
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App Store Description

Banish your combination lock anxiety forever with Combo Lock 101, your portable combination lock simulator. Now you can practice dialing those pesky combination locks in your life whenever you feel the need.

Once you've set up your lock simulation with a combination, you can simply dial away, see an automated dialing demonstration, or even get an x-ray view of your lock's internal components.

Combo Lock 101 includes separate simulation models for padlocks, lockers and safes, each based on the physics of real-world lock mechanisms. With a complete array of configuration options, Combo Lock 101 is sure to have your lock covered.

Note that this app does not store your combinations between launches. This could be insecure. Combo Lock 101 will help you learn a combination through practice and repetition, but it will not simply remember it for you.


NOTE TO STUDENTS:
* You can change the lock / locker style and combination range by tapping the "i" button on the toolbar.
* The automatic dialing demonstration is set up to open any possible combination lock and may seem different than the technique you've been given (if it's something like "at least two turns to A, back past A to B, then back to C"). These are actually exactly the same dialing sequences.
* Thanks, and have a great school year!