Security Anchor - a simple method to secure an electronic device (laptop, tablet, iPhone X or like smart phone), ACCO Brands Swingline stapler, Amazon echo/alexa/dot, animals, beverages, bicycle, Black & Decker Dustbuster, briefcase, cash, coffee mug, cordless vacuum or not, credit cards, desktop LED/LCD monitor, docking station, documents, food, fruit, gift/card, hand gun, hand tools, jetpack, jewelry, keys/fob, LED/LCD TV, medications - legal or not, Mophie cell phone charger, musical instrument, office chair, power tools, printer, purse, remote control, rifle, roll of toilet paper, router, sports equipment, treats, USB/Flash drive, wifi extender or a person thought to be guilty of a crime/offense or not!
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And If you like simple, US patent #8,646,294 Securement Locking Device for your Apple MacBook Pro, Microsoft Surface Laptop or like.  View at youtube.  IP rights available.

It is often a desire to secure expensive or important items to a particular location, to prevent theft or loss. In a workplace, computers, portable devices and computer peripherals are commonly locked into place using brackets or cable locks. The cable locks include a lock member attached to the end of a steel cable having a closed loop on the opposite end. The lock member at the end of the cable lock may lock to a security slot formed in the device, such as in a laptop computer, projector, monitor, cash register, money box, gun, rifle, firearm, handcuff, and the like.

IP rights are available for sale, license or to a patent assertion entity.  Obtaining foreign IP rights in a specific country or region can be very time sensitive.


1 - Clicksafe secured to US patent 9,603,446 
		Security Anchor, my US patent 8,646,294 Securement locking device and 
		other cable locks
1 - Clicksafe secured to US patent #9,603,446 & #9,816,296 Security Anchor, my US patent #8,646,294 Securement locking device and other cable locks.

2 - Clicksafe secured to US patent 9,603,446 
Security Anchor, my US patent 8,646,294 Securement locking device using folding handcuffs
2 - Clicksafe secured to US patent #9,603,446 & #9,816,296 Security Anchor, my US patent #8,646,294 Securement locking device with folding handcuffs.

3 - Clicksafe secured to US patent 9,603,446 
		Security Anchor, my US patent 8,646,294 Securement locking device using handcuff cable tie.
3 - Clicksafe secured to US patent #9,603,446 & #9,816,296 Security Anchor, my US patent #8,646,294 Securement locking device using handcuff cable tie.

4 - Clicksafe secured to US patent 9,603,446 
		Security Anchor cable, my <br>
		US patent 8,646,294 Securement locking device and more cable locks.
4 - Clicksafe secured to US patent #9,603,446 & #9,816,296 Security Anchor cable, my US patent #8,646,294 Securement locking device and more cable locks.

5 - Clicksafe secured to US patent 9,603,446 
		Security Anchor cable, my US patent 8,646,294 Securement locking 
		device using heavier cable.
5 - Clicksafe secured to US patent #9,603,446 & #9,816,296 Security Anchor cable, my US patent #8,646,294 Securement locking device using heavier cable.

6 - Clicksafe secured to US patent 9,603,446 
		Security Anchor, my US patent 8,646,294 Securement locking device using 
		heavier shackle.
6 - Clicksafe secured to US patent #9,603,446 & #9,816,296 Security Anchor, my US patent #8,646,294 Securement locking device using heavier shackle.

7 - Clicksafe secured to US patent 9,603,446 
		Security Anchor, my US patent 8,646,294 Securement locking device and 
		shackle support member.
7 - Clicksafe secured to US patent #9,603,446 & #9,816,296 Security Anchor, my US patent #8,646,294 Securement locking device and shackle support member.
8 - US patent 9,603,446 Security Anchor showing height of  
		shackle, support member and Security Anchor slots.
8 - US patent #9,603,446 & #9,816,296 Security Anchor showing extended height of Security Anchor, support member and provided security slot for a security nub.

9 - US patent 9,603,446 Security Anchor showing height of  
		shackle, support member and Security Anchor slots.
9 - US patent #9,603,446 & #9,816,296 Security Anchor showing minimized height of Security Anchor, support member and provided security slot for a security nub.



10 - US patent 9,603,446 Security Anchor locking to US patent 8,783,073 Apparatus for securing a Portable Electronic device 
		with a cable lock.
10 - US patent #9,603,446 & #9,816,296 Security Anchor secured to US patent #8,783,073 Apparatus For Securing a Portable Electronic Device or US patent #8,935,943 Apparatus For Securing A Portable Electronic Deive and my Moto e smart phone or perhaps one day I can afford an iPhone X using a Clicksafe, Nanosaver, Microsaver or a padlock.

11 - US patent 9,603,446 Security Anchor locking to an 
		Apple iPad or like covered with a sheet of 8.5" x 11" copy 
		paper to protect IP rights to patentability using
		a Clicksafe or like though could be a Microsaver, Nanosaver or a padlock. 
11 - US patent #9,603,446 & #9,816,296 Security Anchor locking to an Apple iPad or like covered with a sheet of 8.5" x 11" copy paper to protect IP rights to patentability using a Clicksafe or like though could be a Microsaver, Nanosaver or a padlock.


12 - US patent 9,603,446 
		Security Anchor locking to my US patent 8,640,510 Interface Member For 
		Lock System using a Mason jar which could contain cookies, chocolates, hard candy's, 
		tokens, coins, peanuts, pills, pot or as shown Basil using a Clicksafe or like though could be a Microsaver, Nanosaver or a padlock.
12 - US patent#9,603,446 & #9,816,296 Security Anchor locking to my US patent #8,640,510 Interface Member For Lock System using a Mason jar which could contain cookies, chocolates, hard candy's, tokens, coins, peanuts, pills, pot or as shown Basil using a Clicksafe or like though could be a Microsaver, Nanosaver or a padlock.
13 - US patent 9,603,446 Security Anchor locking to firearm cover with a sheet of copy paper using my US patent 8,640,507 Horizontal 
		Shackle For Lock System and Method using a chain
13 - US patent #9,603,446 & #9,816,296 Security Anchor locking to firearm using my US Patent #8,720,097 Trigger lock and my US patent #8,640,507 Horizontal Shackle For Lock System and Method using a chain



14 - US patent 9,603,446 
		Security Anchor locking to Colt .45 using my US patent 8,640,507 Horizontal Shackle For Lock System and Method and my US Patent 8,640,511 Low Profile Lock Interface System and Method
		and a Clicksafe though could be a Microsaver, Nanosaver or a padlock. 14 - US patent #9,603,446 & #9,816,296 Security Anchor secured to a firearm using my US Patent #8,720,097 and my US patent #8,640,507 Horizontal Shackle For Lock System and Method with my US Patent #8,640,511 Low Profile Lock Interface System and Method and a Clicksafe though could be a Microsaver, Nanosaver or a padlock.
15 - US patent 9,603,446 Security Anchor locking to a firearm using my US patent 8,640,507 Horizontal 
		Shackle For Lock System and Method using my US patent 8,640,510 Interface Member For 
		Lock System and Method and a Clicksafe or like.
15 - US patent #9,603,446 & #9,816,296 Security Anchor locking to a firearm using my US patent #8,726,703 Low Profile Lock Interface System and Method with US Patent #8,720,097 Trigger lock using a cable locking device or like.



16 - US patent 9,603,446 Security Anchor 
		secured to my US patent 8,646,294 Securement Locking Device secured to 
		my laptop using my US patent 8,640,510 Interface Member For 
		Lock System and Method and a Clicksafe or like
16 - US patent #9,603,446 & #9,816,296 Security Anchor secured to my US patent #8,646,294 Securement Locking Device secured to my laptop using my US patent #8,726,703 Low Profile Lock Interface System and Method and a Clicksafe or like.



17 - US patent 9,603,446 Security Anchor secured to a locked Security Chamber 
		hidden from view to protect possible IP <br>
		rights to patentability, 
		contains 73.870 ounces of Yukon mined gold, an automobile key fob, cell 
		phone, $700.00 dollars in small bills and a small bag of cocoa nibs using a 
		older keyed Microsaver or Clicksafe like or could be a padlock with cable/chain.
17 - US patent #9,603,446 & #9,816,296 Security Anchor secured to a locked Security Chamber hidden from view to protect possible IP rights to patentability, contains 73.870 ounces of Yukon mined gold, an automobile key fob, cell phone, $700.00 dollars in small bills and a small bag of cocoa nibs using an older keyed  Microsaver or Clicksafe like or could be a padlock with cable/chain.
18 - using my horizontal padlock.
18 - Using my US patent #8,640,507 Horizontal Padlock using my US patent #8,899,080 Cinch Lock Apparatus and Method.


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Motorola Moto G all Gen's smartphone secured using a Clicksafe
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Security container Mason Jar for iPhone or candy using your Microsaver Laptop Computer cable lock


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