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Dudley Locks Collection Series Review

Let's face it, our school lockers are our home away from home. We don't just use them to store that homework we'll never do. It's a place to express your personal style. Most of that expression is done on the inside - unless you own a Dudley lock.


Dudley has a wicked Collection Series - and these aren't your run-of-the-mill locks. These locks are totally cool and come in bright designs and patterns. Yep, you can say goodbye to boring steel and hello to a funky Ying/Yang lock, a cool orange and yellow sun burst or a crazy green Spirograph design. My all time fave is a wild, grinning happy face with psychedelic eyes. It has attitude and makes me smile when I see it.

Now your locker will stand out - which not only makes a statement to the world, it makes it easier for you to pick it out. An added bonus - Dudley is a seriously good company that specializes in locks, so you're fierce and rare new lock won't be a big headache. You can use this puppy right through 'til graduation.


For more on the Collections Series or the Collection Series 2001, check out Dudley's site


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Which Dudley Design Rocks?

  • The crazy green spirograph is definitely cool.
  • The Ying/Yang - very funky.
  • The wicked smiley face, for sure!
  • I love them all!

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