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  • The Key Reason Why I Prefer Making Use Of Disguise Safes As Compared To Storage Safes

    Just before I left home to go to college my dad got me a small drawer safe. He said that I needed one to keep important things such as money required IDs and the bracelet and earrings which my mother gave me soon after graduating.

    He was correct. I live in a dorm. Other than sharing the room with another woman my friends and my roommates friends often go to our room for some girl bonding.

    There are days when my roommate invites other people over when I am not around and I do the exact same thing any time she is not around. We never ever lock our door. It is hard to keep track of people going into our room.

    I had no problem with this particular set up right up until I found one day that someone had stolen my money from the safe which I placed in my drawer. The thief picked the safes keyhole lock and got everything. I was just happy that I was wearing on that day the bracelet and earrings my mommy gave me. Otherwise I would have lost those also.

    I thought about what could probably push another person to go so far as to pick the lock of my safe. And then I discovered that the thief was drawn to the safe for one simple reason: it was a safe!

    A safe screams that something of worth is concealed within and it is the very first place a thief would look. I made a decision that I needed a cleverer hiding area for my valuables. That was how I discovered diversion safes.

    A diversion safe resembles a common thing like a book or a canister of chips with a hidden compartment inside where you can conceal your possessions. It is a safe in disguise as it blends well with the other items on my desk. Who would imagine that a pair of expensive jewelry was hidden in a book for instance?

    I got myself diversion safes and threw out my drawer safe. Today I keep important items in plain sight of our dorm visitors and they dont even know it.

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