Hitting the gym is one of the few reasons you’re still going to need a padlock this late in life, but if you ever find yourself spending time there you understand how important it is to have one. $25 might seem like a lot to spend on a lock at first, and that’s because it is. But you only need to forget your combination once, or have someone bust in and steals that fresh new pair of kicks from Saucony that you left to air out while you were toweling off after racquetball, to make the investment in a quality lock seem like a pittance. One of the first 21st Century padlocks, the dialSpeed has lights and batteries and DDR style arrow combinations to open. It glows in the dark, alerts you when the battery is low and can be set for up to 4 different combinations.