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Diversion Safes

As a normal person considers keeping their valuables safe and secure, they tend to think of installing a home security system that involves an alarm system and long distance electronic monitoring. This type of system has a purpose, but they're not the only kind of security you can use. When someone breaks into a house, they're not usually there for longer than a few minutes. This isn't really long enough for an alarm monitoring company to get the alarm signal, determine if its a false alarm, and then let the police know that they should respond to your home. By the time the police gets there, the thief could be long gone, along with your valuable items, and any chances that you have of getting back your stolen items are very small. One security method that often goes unnoticed is a diversion safe. These safes are a low-cost way to conceal your valuables. If someone breaks into a house, they often know about the usual hiding places for money, jewelry, and valuables, and check these areas of the home first. The thief is often in a hurry, and they often want to get in and out of the house as quickly as they can. They're not going to take the time to check inside the peanut butter jar inside your kitchen cabinet, or the hairspray bottle sitting on the bathroom counter. These types of common items make an excellent place to conceal your valuables. They make excellent security items, as no one will look at the soda can or the bug spray bottle when you're on vacation and you don't want to take your jewelry out to the beach with you. Diversion safes come in virtually unlimited styles, and they give you an extra boost for protection and security, whether you're at home or on the go. There are numerous types of these safes available: fruit cocktail cans, peanut butter jars, hairspray bottles, shaving cream cans, clocks, electrical outlets or switch plates, soda cans, and cleaning supply containers have all been turned into diversion safes. The list is virtually endless. These safes are designed to be left out in plain sight, while you feel safe that an intruder won't take the time to pick them up and investigate them to look for money or jewelry. The idea behind them is to conceal your valuables in plain sight, so you should make an effort to include the safe in your home's design as naturally as you can. They should be placed in a space where they would naturally appear, with your valuables inside of them. For example, you'd place a food container with similar food containers, or a cleaning container under the kitchen or bathroom sink with your other cleaners so that the safe blends right in with items just like it. If you're leaving on an extended trip, don't make the mistake of attempting to hide your valuable items under your mattress or under some of your clothing in your underwear drawer. A thief will just look in these places first. However, the chances of a home intruder taking the time to open your shaving cream can look for expensive jewelry or money is pretty much non-existent. The best part about these security systems is how inexpensive the products themselves are. Most types of diversion safes are available to buy for less than twenty dollars.

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