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Amazon: ORIA Key Storage Lock Box, Wall Mounted with 4-Digit Combination for house/car keys 4.7in - FSSS $16.79

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look on utube how easy to open
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Fakespot A. Good reviews. Just one question, what if I forgot the code lol
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Fakespot A. Good reviews. Just one question, what if I forgot the code lol
You can buy a key version instead of the code. LOL
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look on utube how easy to open
Put a fake key in the box with an alarm . Hide the real key somewhere else.
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Put a fake key in the box with an alarm . Hide the real key somewhere else.
Haha I'll take a shot
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The fake rock method for hiding key works pretty well.
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These are good for when you don't want to give a key to a family member, but when they need access while you're away. Obviously they can be broken into. Simply hide the lock from plain site. Fake rocks and door mats are the first pace a thief would look. I'd stick this on back side of house behind a shrub, etc. Sure, you could also just hide the bare key inside a Tupperware or magnetic box. This is all about playing the odds. Odds are, the key is safe if not out in the open, providing you are in a safe neighborhood to begin with. Bolting this to the house would add an extra time element, and hopefully deterrent to a thief looking for an easy and quick score. Place a dummy camera higher than he can reach but in plain sight pointed in the direction of where the lock is hidden? Now that's a solid plan.
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These are good for when you don't want to give a key to a family member, but when they need access while you're away. Obviously they can be broken into. Simply hide the lock from plain site. Fake rocks and door mats are the first pace a thief would look. I'd stick this on back side of house behind a shrub, etc. Sure, you could also just hide the bare key inside a Tupperware or magnetic box. This is all about playing the odds. Odds are, the key is safe if not out in the open, providing you are in a safe neighborhood to begin with. Bolting this to the house would add an extra time element, and hopefully deterrent to a thief looking for an easy and quick score. Place a dummy camera higher than he can reach but in plain sight pointed in the direction of where the lock is hidden? Now that's a solid plan.
I doubt most thieves take the time to look for fake rocks in your landscaping, unless that is the only thing in your landscaping and it's obviously fake. Yeah I guess if you leave the rock on the walkway or porch they will examine it, but otherwise I don't think they will take the time to look at every rock, makes them look suspicious - especially if you have cameras
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I doubt most thieves take the time to look for fake rocks in your landscaping, unless that is the only thing in your landscaping and it's obviously fake. Yeah I guess if you leave the rock on the walkway or porch they will examine it, but otherwise I don't think they will take the time to look at every rock, makes them look suspicious - especially if you have cameras
what about the gardeners working in your yard
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I just put my key under the welcome mat. Works well specially nowadays (insert Millenial joke here).
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Why does this look identical to the other ones on Amazon with just a different label?
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The fake rock method for hiding key works pretty well.
As a firefighter, this method has assisted me in getting into several homes/buildings without damaging the buildings. I'm SURE it has also helped many crooks to do the same.

Hide the key well... Not under the doormat, the flowerpot next to door, the odd plastic rock next to door, etc. Somewhere away from the door.
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As a firefighter, this method has assisted me in getting into several homes/buildings without damaging the buildings. I'm SURE it has also helped many crooks to do the same.

Hide the key well... Not under the doormat, the flowerpot next to door, the odd plastic rock next to door, etc. Somewhere away from the door.
Such as an anus?
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