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Skid Mark Safe – Disgusting, But If It Works…

By , January 26th, 2007 | 26 Comments »

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skid mark underwear money safeSometimes solutions to problems are a lot easier than they would first appear. Take finding a hiding place for you valuables. Conventional wisdom would lead you to hide them away in some hard to find secret location with the hope a thief wouldn’t look there. A better solution would be to find a spot where the burglar wouldn’t go even if he could see it. That is the concept behind the underwear skid mark safe.

The “Brief Safe” is an innovative diversion safe that can secure your cash, documents, and other small valuables from inquisitive eyes and thieving hands, both at home and when you’re traveling. Items can be hidden right under their noses with these specially-designed briefs which contain a fly-accessed 4″ x 10″ secret compartment with Velcro® closure and “special markings” on the lower rear portion.

Leave the “Brief Safe” in plain view in your laundry basket or washing machine at home, or in your suitcase in a hotel room — even the most hardened burglar or most curious snoop will “skid” to a screeching halt as soon as they see them — wouldn’t you? Made in USA. One size. Color: White (and Brown).

Pretty ingenious. I mean if you were a thief would you be looking through soiled underwear? Since to object is to keep the thief away from the money and most burglars wouldn’t even come close to these, I think it’s a fairly safe bet these could be an effective place to hide your money and valuables. They are currently on sale for $29.95 (regularly $39.95) at efind out the truth.

Now, in the spirit of saving money, I could go on about how you could make your own more frugally, but I think I’ll stay away from that on this occassion…

Hat Tip: Thanks to reader Curtis for emailing this to me

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