I got home from work one day to find my home ransacked by burglars. Many of the valuable things was gone including my safe. I had the typical 4×4 metal safe that was screwed to the base of my closet. Bags were placed on top of it however I guess that it was simple to find once they had rummaged through the closets contents.
Never in my wildest dreams did I imagine that this would happen to me. I no longer desired to acquire one more regular safe seeing exactly how quickly the first one was taken away. Finding small safes that could be concealed looked like a better idea right after what happened.
I went on the web to search for storage safes when I stumbled on a bunch that looked like household objects. Believing that these were novelty items I decided to check them out.
The joke was on me as these common things turned out to be diversion safes intended for deceiving burglars. For instance I discovered 7Up and root beer soda can safes the tops of which can be removed in order that you can hide your belongings inside.
A Coffee Mate creamer can safe which I eyed wouldnt look the least bit misplaced in any kitchen. Neither do I think there is a thief around that would think about searching a gourmet saltshaker safe for something to steal.
Looking to find one to put in my room I checked out the other disguised safes that wouldnt stick out in the vanity or the bathroom. I was attracted to a fabric and upholstery cleaner can safe since it was the spitting image of the original.
A wall socket safe is one more concealed safe which I would feel really confident using. It is very easy to attach to the wall and has ample area for keeping precious items.
Though I never quite got over my encounter with burglary deal at least I found small safes to protect effectively the jewelry I had left. I may not be able to stop robbers but I sure can outsmart them using a diversion safe.