You can get safes camouflaged as everything from water bottles to cans of shaving cream, but our new favorite way to protect your valuables might be this Nike shoebox strongbox that few intruders will even think to look inside—unless they’re really after a rare pair of Jordans.
Did you pay extra for a deluxe hotel room that came with a safe? It doesn’t matter how complex you think you four-digit code is, it turns out the safe’s keypad can probably be over-ridden using a secret keyhole that’s surprisingly easy to hack.
If you like guns, not being shot, and sitting, there's a new product on the market that is right up your extremely narrow alley. Meet Couchbunker: the ~$7,000 bulletproof sofa that's also a toy box for your guns.
There's an unending list of things you can build with Lego, but that doesn't always mean that you should. Case in point: a safe. As clever as this set of Lego bookends is, with a secret mechanism for popping the door on a hidden safe, it can pretty much be foiled with a three-foot fall to the floor.
We all have fancy things, but some of us have fancier things than everybody else. This safe is for those people. The new behemoth by Döttling boasts insurance coverage of up to $1,000,000. And it's even got a built-in humidor for all your cigars! It's like they were reading your mind, right?
A gun safe's purpose is obvious in its name, but many readily available models fail to deliver, as this 3-year-old safe-cracker is quick to demonstrate.
How does one prevent the help from absconding with one's fine horological collection while away, vacationing in the Maldives? With a $200,000 iPad-controlled watch safe. Come, come now Buffy, that should be obvious.
France really does have the best thieves. This time, a group of bandits known as the "vacuum gang" has on a 15-store robbing spree using nothing but a drill and a powerful vacuum cleaner. It's Mission Impossible meets Martha Stewart.
We think the Band Saw Safe is as charming as safes come, with various arrows rotating to confound would-be thieves from opening the box. The only problem is, even after reading the description five times though, we still don't fully understand how you actually open it.
You know you're rich when you drop tens of thousands of dollars on a fancy watch. You know you're obscenely, ridiculously rich when you have so many of said fancy, expensive watches that you need a specially-designed safe to hold and show off all of them. Stockinger and Bentley have teamed up to make a line of safes…
SentrySafe has made safes for 70 years, but now they've teamed with Seagate/Maxtor to make hard-drive housings that withstand up to 1550degrees Fahrenheit for a half hour, and "full" 24-hour water submersion. Some like the Fire-Safe/Waterproof 80GB and 160GB ($320) drives are freestanding units that house 2.5"…
Unless you're dealing with some really hungry criminals, chances are no robber will check the heads of lettuce in your vegetable crisper on their search for valuables. That's the idea behind this lettuce safe, which is the perfect place to store your smaller valuables that you want kept cold and safe from harm.