Boys locker room part for $200,000
Boys locker rooms have been the focus of a great deal of interest from companies interested in expanding the number of people able to access them, with a new prototype by a startup called Boys Lockdown offering $200k in hardware to unlock and store it for a period of time.
The lockers themselves are quite small and take up less than a square foot, but they have the advantage of being relatively low-profile.
Boys locker rooms are particularly popular in schools as they have an immediate and obvious social function, and can be used by the whole school or by a particular individual, allowing them to keep track of who is available and available to the rest of the class.
To make the lockers more user-friendly, the lockbox itself is designed to be able to be flipped open for anyone who is interested in having access to it, and to have access to all the contents of the lock box, regardless of how many people are present.
In this case, the boys locker room also comes with a toilet and a toilet paper dispenser, which could potentially be of use for those students who are sick or have not been given any of the other toilet facilities in the school.
Once the boys lockroom is fully operational, the app will notify the user of when the lock is unlocked and how long it will take for them to access it.
There are some interesting things that could happen here.
One possibility is that the boys will have access not just to the lockroom, but to all of the contents within it, potentially allowing the students to access everything they need without needing to go to the toilet, or even the toilets themselves.
Another possibility is the lockrooms would be able, for a fee, to make a phone call to any number that is associated with the lock, to ensure that the student is able to get to the school, or to contact the school in case of an emergency.
While the lockboxes are quite simple, there are a few design issues that need to be addressed before they are ready to be rolled out in schools.
The first is the fact that it would take about 20 years to build the lock rooms themselves.
That is, the company needs to build and maintain the lock boxes for a long time, which is a lot of time for just a small number of students.
Then there is the issue of cost.
The lockboxes currently cost $600,000, so the cost of building them is more than double the amount of money that will be needed to run them for 20 years.
So, until the company can secure financing to pay for the build and the costs associated with running them for a decade or more, it will be hard to make any money from the lock systems, and they may never be able find a market to put them in.
But the bigger problem is the one that all the other lock systems have had to deal with.
It is a problem that the lock manufacturers have had for some time, with lock manufacturers competing with each other for the best lock technologies.
With Boys Lockdowns’ solution, they can all get along well, with the manufacturers offering the best quality products.
This is not the case with lock manufacturer Bocker.
“It’s unfortunate that we’ve had to take this step and the Boys LockDown project has made the company a target of a range of industry stakeholders,” a spokesperson told TechCrunch.
“This is why we have a strict no-advertising policy and have a zero-tolerance policy for any form of promotion of Bocker products.”
This may not be the case in the future, as the lock industry is in a long period of consolidation and disruption, with many of the major lock manufacturers having already been acquired by competitors.
However, the potential of the Boys lock, with its low price point and easy to operate, is worth exploring.