Thursday, August 28, 2014

Wall Clock Hidden Safe Review

At the start of the year we updated our store with a new model of the Wall Clock Hidden Safe which has replaced an outdated model from a few years back. I never used the previous model, but I do currently have this one and I must say that I'm rather impressed. But if you've never seen this line of products then you may be confused so I'd like to cover the basics first.

As you've probably guessed the product on the photo bellow is indeed a hidden safe inside of a simple wall clock. The clock itself is a fully functional and won't give itself away. When it comes to my personal experience none of my friends were ever able to guess that my new clock was actually a covert safe. What do I use it for? Well, I decided that this wall clock safe is ideal for storing some extra cash (for emergencies) as well as a handful of important documents that I am afraid of losing.

Wall Clock Hidden Safe
The Product Photograph
If you think about it for a moment most burglars spend around two to ten minutes inside the residence that their are robbing. With this limited amount of time they cannot check everything their immediate course of action is to look at drawers and cabinets in your bedroom. Are they really going to get a ladder to check if a nice little wall clock is actually a hidden safe?

Hidden wall safe

Alright, so how about some technical specifications? The clock is 10” in diameter and 2 3/4” thick. The inside dimensions of the safe are 8 1/2” x 8 1/2” x 1 7/8” and it is divided into 3 shelves. The WCS is a real clock; one AA battery is required (not included) in order for it to work. You can set the clock using the command buttons behind the cover as seen on the first photograph.

The price of this hidden safe is affordable and it will only set you back by $38.95. We provide free shipping so you don't have to worry about those fees. Also, if this is your first time shopping on our website you can get a 10% discount coupon and a free eBook for subscribing to our mailing list.

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