Model # HS132

Internet #100159916

Store SKU #490054

Safety 1st Complete Magnetic Locking System

Safety 1st

Complete Magnetic Locking System

$2199 /each

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Product Overview

Keep toddlers safe and preserve breakables while maintaining the unblemished look of your cabinets with the Safety 1st Complete Magnetic Locking System. This system uses a magnetic key to disable locks installed inside cabinets and drawers.

  • Patented locks can only be unlocked with the magnetic key
  • Compatible with cabinets and drawers
  • Inner-cabinet installation keeps locks concealed, preserving cabinet and drawer aesthetics
  • Unlock, touch key to cabinet or drawer opposite lock's inner placement
  • Includes 4 locks and 1 key
  • Can only be unlocked with the special magnetic key - no key, no access
  • Note: product may vary by store




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Customer Questions & Answers

Is drilling into the face of the door finish required for installation?

We are looking for a product that can be removed after the child has outgrown the need for cabinet locks. If this product requires a permanent alteration of the cabinet finish we would not be interested.
Asked by: Romafitz
You should pre-drill the holes for mounting. The holes go on the inside of the cabinet. Once they are mounted you do not see these locks or the holes when the cabinets are closed.
Answered by: Scott
Date published: 2015-12-14

Does it use adhesive to put the magnetic lock?

I can't use screws in my drawer.
Asked by: Lyz
Answered by: Jim888
Date published: 2017-01-03

How strong are these locks?

How much force would be needed before breaking? I am considering installing on a coffee table with hidden storage and want to be sure this will be strong enough. If it's not can you recommend one that would work. Thanks
Asked by: Rob
This product is strong.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2016-04-29

Can these be used on a metal cabinet? Or would the metal interfere with the magnet action?

Asked by: Cat
Yes, interferes!
Answered by: Jim888
Date published: 2017-01-03
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Customer Reviews

Complete Magnetic Locking System is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 24.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from It works great, but... We got this set since our cats are opening our cabinets banging the doors and crawling on our dishes, in search of food. They work great, but our teen daughter opened the cabinet, then put the key down inside, got her item out and shut the door, with the key, inside. Good thing we got a 2nd set, to have a magnet strong enough to open the cabinet door. I'd recommend to the company, to provide 2 keys with these sets. We can't be the only people this has happened to. I'm ordering a 2nd key, but they're expensive; HALF the price of the entire set. (Seems a bit STEEP, but we need it.) Otherwise, installed correctly, it keeps adults, teens and pets OUT.
Date published: 2017-03-10
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Recommend for doors/drawers operated infrequently. Used these for about 4 years now. Have betwee... Recommend for doors/drawers operated infrequently. Used these for about 4 years now. Have between 30 and 40 installed. 1/2 4-years old, 1/2 2-years or less. Few alternatives on market. Failure rate of these is approximately 30% overall, 20% in first year. Weaknesses: 1) The stop mounted to cabinet frame cracks/breaks. screws have insufficient head size to bind against plastic and prevent slippage, so if tightened to dimple plastic to ensure hold, higher stress. These break and Safety 1st does not stock replacements. If these are 'sacrificials' to prevent cabinet damage, ok....stock some extras! They cost $0.02 to mold! You are forced to find your receipt, prove purchase date, and if accepted, may be sent complete new sets. Might sound nice, but how much time should we spend correcting defective product? If they had the part stocked, the telephone rep could take 10, stick in an envelope, and mail at lower cost and better service. 2) Lock mechanism fails internally. The latch flops around and won't engage. After opening case, I found both pegs which latch pivots on were broken. Seems to be low quality ABS plastic - designed to fail. 3) If the lock is mounted near metal hardware or even hidden nails or staples in your cabinet, the latches will not work at all, or sporadically. 4) Note the 90 Day Warranty. I had to purchase a complete set of new locks after depleting my spares. I accumulated an equal number of defectives for return, in the blister pack, took them to HD, and was denied My use is a care facility for the elderly. By regulation we must keep sharp objects and chemicals in locked cabinets. So we have only trained, responsible adults operating the locks - not rambunctious children or the cognitively impaired. They've failed under my hand and I know I'm not abusing the product. As expected, I have a higher failure rate where drawers/doors are used most often.
Date published: 2017-01-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Pricey but looks like it won't break I needed to child proof my kitchen cabinets from a dog. The cheaper kind of child locks where you open the cabinet and push down on the lock doesn't hold up well. I tried them before and they break easily, but it's like $3 for a 4 pack so you can't expect much. If you can keep track and not loose the magnet "key", these locks look a 1,000 times better and should last for years. Home Depot sells replacement keys for about $7
Date published: 2017-02-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best baby/pet proofing tool for cupboards I have used a couple other safety latches for cupboards and this is so much better then the others. Keeps the doors closed and locked snug and you can turn the magnet off when the cupboards don't need to be locked. No more broken plastic pieces that break off or fingers that get caught in the slight openings.
Date published: 2017-04-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worth the money I'm not a fan of those hard to open children safety latches that children can still open. These magnet key locks are so much better for locking up cabinets.
Date published: 2017-03-24
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poor product Doesn't work as advertised.
Date published: 2017-01-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It performed as advertised ... It performed as advertised
Date published: 2017-05-16
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Worthless As two other reviewers said, the locks do not work. The catch is sloped to contour the sloping locking mechanism. While the looks pretty, if one has a fifth grade knowledge of friction this reduces the force needed to pull it open. I can watch the lock disengage via a adjacent door seeing that the contoured edge guides the lock to disengage. The product is completely designed wrong and does not work. While this looks convenient it is a waste of money!!!!
Date published: 2016-06-24
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