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Diversion Safes

Diversion Safes for Home, Wall, and Room Use

The average length of time that a burglar spends in a victim’s home is eight minutes, according to the Chicago Crime Commission. Since burglars do not want to get caught, they hurry by looking for valuable items only in the most obvious locations. This is why the use of diversion safes for home security is really quite helpful.

Diversion safes provide people with a unique way to protect their prized possessions. These are disguised as everyday objects like food, sodas, cleaning sprays, or books. No one is going to suspect those things of being used as storage containers. Inside the covert safes, you can hide cash, jewelry, and other small, expensive items in plain sight. You can use them both inside and outside the home.

Miscellaneous household diversion safes come in many different disguises. They look exactly like the objects they are designed to imitate, which are generally products for household use. They are even weighted so they feel like the real thing. The only difference is that they have a false top or bottom and a secret compartment.

A good example is the Wall Socket Diversion Safe. It makes an ideal diversion jewelry safe. You can hide your expensive rings, earrings, bracelets, or watches inside. Set it up on the wall, near but not too close to electronic equipment so that it does not look out of place. It can be useful if a person you do not know very well, such as a new gardener or house cleaner, comes over to your house.

The wall-mounted Thermometer Diversion Safe is a good place to store cash in folded bills. This one comes with two hooks for hanging keys, so a good place where to put it up is the kitchen, by the front door, or wherever else you like to hang your keys. You may also want to replace your existing clock with the Wall Clock Diversion Safe.

You should consider buying diversion can safes wholesale, such as those mimicking soda cans. Keep cash and jewelry in these soda can safes, and put them inside the chiller or on the cupboard before allowing the cable guy or repair contractors entry to your home.

A diversion safe book will look so much like regular reading material on your bookshelf that outsiders will never guess it is hiding anything inside. It looks that way because book safes are real books, but their pages were cut out in the center, and a hidden compartment was installed there. A Book Diversion Safe can be used to keep important documents or a cell phone. For increased protection, try the Combination Locking Book Safe, which looks like a regular English Dictionary. It is roomy enough that it can contain even a small pistol if you want a gun safe.

Ordinary objects like wall sockets, thermometers, wall clocks, soda cans, and books are easily overlooked even by experienced burglars, snoops, and other sneaky individuals. Consider having these diversion safes around your house, especially if you usually have a lot of people coming and going.

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