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Diversion Safes

Have you ever heard of a stash can? If your looking for secret stash safes, we have a great selection to choose from here at sandssafetystore.com. Just imagine a burglar in your home. The first place they head for is your bedroom. They open your top dresser drawer, looking for cash and jewels. They grab your jewelry box off the top of your bureau. Now, on to the bathroom vanity cabinet to search for your prescription drugs.

An average burglar spends 8 minutes in your home, so if you need to slow them down a bit and make them search for your valuables. Let them just take your TV and run. TVs can be replaced easily, but your grandmothers heirloom cannot.

We all like to keep a little cash on hand for emergencies, but there really is no safe place to keep money in your home. Even a locked fire proof home safe is not the best place to keep your valuables, as the whole safe can be picked up and taken right out the door.

Now imagine you have your money hidden in your hair brush, or in a paint can. Who would think to look in all of these inconpsicuious containers? If a burglar does happen to enter your home, let's make it hard for them to find all your precious treasures.

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Can You Take A Diversion Safe On An Airplane?

 
It is not recommended that you take any kind of hidden compartment container in to an airport, as it could be conceived as a criminal act, since you are trying to hide something from surveilance/ Also, if you try to enter through the security check point, an x-ray machine will detect the contents that are inside and you will certainly be detained for further investigation.
 

Are These Diversion Safes Insulated So You Cannot Hear The Items Inside Rattle?

 
While all the secret stash safes have the look and feel of the real thing, they are hollow inside, so if you stashed something that rattles, like rings, or coins, for instance, you will hear them clattering around in the enclosure. The best thing to do, to prevent unwanted detection and noise, would be to wrap your items in cotton, tissue, or some other soft covering, to keep your precious treasures from theft.
 

Is A Diversion Safe Heavy?

 
No, not at all. Any of these secret stash safes will have the actual look, weight and feel of the real thing. The Morton Salt containers will really shake like it is full of salt. The Wall Clock has real working clock hands that will keep time, with the assistance of two AA batteries. All of our safes are very realistic looking to thwart your burglar.
 

Can These Be Taken Past Border Patrol?

 
As long as you are not transporting anything illegal, there should be no problem with passing through most border patrols, but it would be highly recommended that you do not try to hide items from any border patrol agent, or Homeland Security personnel. You never want to be suspected of harboring any type of contraband, when traveling.
 

Can These Containers Hold Liquid?

 
While many of these secret stash safes are waterproof from the outside, it is not recommended that you store liquid in the container themselves. Especially if the liquid is hot. You may damage the inside, as they are all mostly lined with a plastic liner and it could melt, as well as leach odors. These containers are not meant to be used as a drinking utensil, but a place to hide money, jewelry and important documents. Some people may purchase these diversion safes to hide illicit items like drugs, but a drug sniffing dog will detect any illegal substance they may contain.
 

Is A Diversion Safe Fireproof?

 
No, secret stash safes are for hiding items from burglars, to make it harder for them to find and steal your valuables. If you require a fire proof container, you will need to purchase something with a fire proof coating that usually comes with a lock and key and actually looks like a safe or lock box. You may also consider a safety deposit box at your local bank for even greater security of very valuable and irreplaceable documents and heirlooms.