Unlocking code doors is often a pain in the ass.

You’ve got to manually open them, unlock them, and then wait for them to open again.

Luckily, there’s a better solution out there: a code lock.

If you’re feeling particularly masochistic, you can buy one.

The code lock is an old-school lock that can be used to lock doors that are too close to other doors.

The lock is a two-way door with an on/off switch.

Once activated, you’ll have to unlock the code door, then open the code lock to unlock it.

You can also just go back to the main door and open the lock again.

There’s no need to worry about opening and closing the code doors again.

The locks are available in different sizes, and they can be installed and removed easily.

We found that the smallest code lock has a built-in magnetic pad that allows you to open and close the door.

You just have to hold it out in front of the door while you unlock the lock.

The larger code locks have a lock that you can pick up and move.

The bigger the code, the more you’ll need to unlock.

The size of the lock is also a factor when you’re shopping for a code door.

If your code door is too small, you’re going to need a code that is too big.

For example, a code room with two doors would have a code size of 1/3 the size of a code floor.

We tested the smaller code locks, which we’ve listed below.

One lock is available in the standard size and two in the larger size.

Code room size Code door size 1 1/2″ wide, 3/4″ high 1 1 1″ wide 1 1.5″ high (we recommend the larger code lock) 1 1 2″ wide 3/8″ high 2 1.75″ high Code door 2″ high, 3″ high 3 1″ high code door 1″ thick 3″ thick (you need to measure the code) 1.25″ thick code door 4″ thick 1.3″ thick Code door 3″ tall 3″ long (we prefer the smaller lock) 3 1/4 ” thick code lock 2″ thick 4 1/8 ” thick Code lock 4″ tall 4″ long Code door 5″ tall (we like the smaller key) 5 1″ tall code door 6″ tall, 5 1/16″ thick 2″ long code door 7″ tall 6″ long