Fake Out the Burglars and Beat Them at Their Own Game

This entry was posted by Rob on Saturday, 21 July, 2007 at

Mike was at his sister Beth’s house helping her to put her
affairs back into order after her husband’s death. He was
photographing her valuables for insurance purposes, as Beth
had taken out a new policy. She wanted to keep her own
records and make sure everything was accounted for.

Mike finished up with the pictures and ready to head home,
but Beth asked him to wait. She had two more items to
photograph. Beth then pulled her wedding and engagement ring
from inside the flower pot that held her Easter Lilies —
the same pot that held Poinsettias last December. Mike
snickered at Beth and asked her about her unusual choice of
hiding places.

Beth generally kept the flower pot sitting on the kitchen
counter when it contained flowers, and on the top shelf next
to other empty pots when it didn’t. Mike told her that he
thought the flower pot safe was an odd place for her to keep
her most beloved possessions. But, there they sat, right out
in the open.

But Beth explained that the flower pot diversion safe was,
in fact, the safest place for her treasures. So safe, that
her rings had recently eluded a burglar and one of their
dishonest cousins. The burglar had found the silverware and
the cousin recently took a fair amount of cash out of
Beth’s wall safe. The rings were not touched. She asked
Mike, “Where would a burglar or a thief look first?” After
thinking about it for a moment, Mike had to admit that if he
were a burglar, he wouldn’t even think to look for any
valuables in a flower pot. He was pretty certain that a
burglar would go through drawers and closets, or break into
any obvious safe he or she came across.

When Mike drove home, he thought about the various reasons a
flower pot safe, or any diversion safe, would be useful. He
lived in a low crime area, but he had a lot of company and
so did his three teenage boys. You’d like to believe that
you can trust everyone, but the reality is that you simply
can’t.

Once he arrived home, Mike ordered two flower pot safes and
a soda can safe
of his own.

Shouldn’t you?

It has been reported that a burglar spends an average of 8
minutes in the victims home. To put the odds in your favor,
why not simply hide your valuables in plain sight? The
Diversion Safes are a unique home-security product. We offer
a wide template of personal care, household products and
food containers with removable tops and bottoms. Valuables
can be discreetly stored inside these look-a-like containers
and kept in their seemingly rightful places.

The diversion safe soda cans won’t quench your thirst, but
will discourage a thief from finding your most cherished
treasures. Safely stash away anything you choose by twisting
open the top of the can to reveal the secret compartment.
Each is can is even indistinguishable from the genuine
product and is weighted to feel full.

The flower pot safes mentioned in the story of Mike and Beth
will keep jewelry, credit cards, money and important papers
out of sight while decorating with beautiful potted or
artificial plants. The water tray unscrews revealing the
secret compartment, specially designed to keep out dirt and
moisture. Makes an ideal gift! Container size approximately
16 ounces, perfect for a wide variety of valuables.

It would be nice to believe that nothing will happen to
you, but the reality of it is that an ounce of protection
could be worth more than a pound of cure. What is Worth
Protection to you? Your belongings? Your family? Your
personal well-being?

Yours in safety,

Rob

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One Response to “Fake Out the Burglars and Beat Them at Their Own Game”

  1. Tara

    I think every one should own some type of diversion safe. In today’s society you never know what is going to happen, so with that being the case it is always great to be prepared for the unexpected because that can save you time, money, and effort


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