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Affordable, convenient access to everyday valuables in a secure wall vault. Restrict access to necessary prescription drugs, personal defense weapons, and provide peace of mind that your family is safe from potentially dangerous items. Provide exceptional security from burglary not only by securely locking away jewelry, cash/coins, collectables, passports, and creditcards; plus reduce the likelihood that these valuables are even detected by concealment behind a common piece of furniture organic to your homes decor.

it takes a thief


No such thing as burglar proof. If a thief finds it; they can steal it. Anything man has built; can be un-built. Tools and time are the variables to burglary. In the case of a lockout, a locksmith opens your safe –he doesn’t pry into it, or blow it open- he breaks into it, with tools and as much time as he needs (by the [$] hour, I might add). If you’ve attracted a professional thief, there is little you can do. Firstly, he’ll break-in undetected, scope out your valuables, locate your safe, and exit with no visible sign of entry. He’ll purchase the same model safe, and he’ll learn how to open it in a matter of minutes. You’ll be left with a disabled alarm, dead pets, an open safe, no clues, and a defiant insurance agent. If your thief is one of opportunity, he might use your tools to try to open your safe. He may be so devoted to the safe that it may protect your other items as time runs out. To no avail, he’ll try to take the safe. The removal of a safe usually requires premeditation, a crew, a get-away vehicle, and is usually, an inside job. The only common denominator to burglary is: They can’t steal what they can’t find –even the professional. Robbery is an entirely different animal. Please don’t risk your life over items. However, if your safe is NOT found, you don’t have to admit to owning one.

Invitation to steal?

You just got an estimate for a home theater and you notice the big screen TV's missing? Unlikely... However, when's the last time the bug man was in the house and you didn't count your prescription pain-killer's on the bedside table, or inventory your jewelry box sitting on the dresser? Crimes of opportunity can turn a reasonable person into a petty thief in a heart beat...Absent doing a background check on everyone you let in your house, or watching their every move -your home is particularly vulnerable to contractors, deliverymen, exterminators, maids, cable guys, techies, and the like. I'm not saying they're ALL unscrupulous; I'm saying you invited them in and they could be... Maybe it's time for a wallsafe hidden from view of those you have enough faith in to let them in your home.