While you’ve warned your kids about prescription drugs, it’s still a smart idea to prevent them or their friends from raiding pills when you’re not looking. You might also want to keep those snooping friends and family from checking out specific cabinets and drawers when visiting. Those places might be made of wood, but you can make them secure.
The two-piece StealthLock is controlled by a small wireless keypad, and its receiver latch mounts easily. Punch a code to open, take your meds, push the door closed and punch in the code to lock. While 80 pounds of resistance won’t stop someone with a pry bar, it will keep your kids’ friends honest. You can find it at Amazon.com for $150 by clicking here.