Sunday, August 16, 2009


Primitive locks were often nothing more than a screw which held an item shut: since screwdrivers were rare, casual opening of the "lock" was impossible! Even today, screws with unusual heads are used in secure installations to prevent the removal of objects after they are put in place. Dreamstrike took this idea and ran with it to produce our Allen-closing Mark VII collar. A stainless-steel Allen screw holds the collar shut: without the proper Allen key, the screw cannot be removed.
Much less obtrusive than a padlock or combination lock, the Mark VII is just as secure in most situations. And, as an added bonus, if you lose the key, any large hardware store can provide a new one!
The Mark VII is available in stainless steel. Our stainless steel is a nickel-free alloy specially chosen by us for this application. Even slaves who are sensitive to most jewelry can wear them. Please keep in mind that it's stainless, not chrome, and if you want it mirror-bright, you will have to polish it.
Price $ 90.00
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