As I came home one night to discover that the front door was open, I realized immediately that something terrible had occurred. Somebody had broken into the house. That was for sure.
I waited for the police to arrive before completely assessing the damage within. Many of my stuff, like a laptop, had been taken. Almost anything of value was missing except my Coke can safe which was just there inside the kitchen.
Dreading that this soda can look-alike was gone, as well, I was beside myself with worry as I opened the door to the fridge. For sure, I was really relieved when I saw my stash safe among the actual soda cans inside of. As I poured its full contents on the table, I felt so happy about my decision to buy a diversion safe.
If the burglar had raided the refrigerator, which was not likely at all, he still would not have spotted anything unusual. The actual soda cans appeared just like my can safe. Even when he had come close to touching them, my stash can was weighted and would feel like any kind of can of soda.
It was for these types of reasons that I had picked a safe posing as a Coke in can to start with. It had no obvious difference from the genuine thing. Given that I love sodas, it is very easy for me to conceal the secret safe with its own kind.
Removing the top is uncomplicated. It is almost effortless to add things to or remove them from the hollow center. The opening is barely visible furthermore other concealed safes open discreetly on the bottom side.
I got myself more disguised safes after the break-in. Now, a fabric and upholstery cleaner can safe holds important documents. I also found use for the additional storage room that a Maxwell House coffee safe and a Pringles can safe provide.
My important jewelry was saved from burglars, thanks to a Coke can safe hiding within the fridge. It is obviously a practical option for me to get a lot more diversion safes for hiding my items.