* Enough space for a folded wad of cash, jewelries, keys, USB drives, ATM cards, and small keepsakes. You’ll be thankful for enduring CD-R King customer service for this.
* The cheapest among the safety vaults on the CD-R King website, at P280.00.
* Stacked on a high shelf, sandwiched between boring books, it looks like a cheap dictionary.
* Light enough to be carried by hand. You can quickly pull it off a shelf when you suspect your cover has been blown.
* The CD-R King Concealed Book-Type Safe may be the smallest safe on the CD-R King website, but it feels metal-hollow. Paper pages pack a solid, “dense” weight. Once your hand “knows” this, your next instinct is to shake the book: cover, blown.
* A metal case means a noisy jangling of its contents. So stuff it with tissue, cotton, or cloth to mum the sound.
* The book-bind quality and lack of publisher info on the cover are twin giveaways. So put this on a high shelf, in the middle of boring, obscure history and engineering books.
* The “paper” side of the book safe looks plastic – be sure to scruff it a little, give it a little dust for effect. CD-R King customer service won’t teach you subterfuge, so you need to be creative.
Got books in your room that no one bothers to read? Need a place to hide your loots and keepsakes? Maybe it’s time to hide your valuables in plain sight. If locked drawers aren’t your thing, then then CD-R King Concealed Book-Type Safe, at P280.00, is a good enough buy. Just don’t expect the lock to be bent-paperclip-proof. Also, once anyone closely inspects this book-safe, your secret stash is as good as gone.
Curious? Then look up the CD-R King Concealed Book-Type Safe on the CD-R King website.
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