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Diversion Safes

Hide your treasured items in the place where they are not looking, plain site, with these diversion safes.

These look like every day ordinary items on your shelf and they are, except they have hidden compartments. Hidden home safes capitalize on one principal, they hide your valuables in plain sight.
Everybody has that one eccentric uncle or grandparent that thinks their money and valuables are not safe in a bank. So they hide these throughout the house in places that they feel no one will think to look; in between a mattress, in an old coffee can, in the middle of a book…all different kinds of places these items are hidden everywhere. These really are great super secret hiding spots…so maybe doing that isn’t so eccentric after all!

Hidden Safes or Diversion safes are regular looking objects that have hidden compartments inside.

booksafesWe happen to carry items just like what your Uncle Bob or your Pappy uses to hide their wads of $100 bills! We call them Diversion Safes, or Hidden Safes…and they are made out of everyday household items…like a coffee can or a book or even a can of shaving cream.

Why should you buy one of these safes for your secret items instead of using your own can of hairspray? Well, the insides of these ones we carry are specially made just to hide your prized possessions. Each hidden safe is hollowed out to create a “cubby” for putting valuables in. Some of the secret safes feel heavy, to help make the item seem full – such as the soda can safes, or the peanut butter safe – because, of course, a can of Coke should be full if it’s sitting in the fridge!

One of these hidden safes will blend in wherever you need to hide something.

Pappy is actually a genius if you think about it… all this time he has been using his own home, hiding his stash almost right in plain sight. How much time do you think a burglar can actually spend looking through things like that when pressed for time? He sure doesn’t have all day to dig through every single thing in a house to find the lute. He will be in and out, only taking what he can see. Who would think to look inside a can of Fruit Cocktail or a canister of Morton Salt for a diamond ring?

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