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A Brief Safe Solution To Thwart Thieves

Things disappear easily in unfamiliar surroundings as many thoughtful travelers have found. A night on the town leaving valuables unsecured is an all too familiar experience. A gold watch, 24 carat gold neck chain, platinum, diamond engraved dog tag or perhaps a gold thimble, brought to patch a rip or tear with a stitch or two in time for the paranoia to subside, asking repeatedly in peculiar doubt, “Why did I bring this stuff with me if I knew they wouldn’t be in a ‘safe’ environment at the very same time detectives and criminologists continue working all over the world with scientists to develop new strategies to invent a fool proof safe.

For your consideration is a unique product, a bit basic and somewhat offensive and yet desperate times call for desperate measures, The Brief Safe, featured on Shomer-Tec.com, a site specializing in law enforcement & military equipment. The one aired here “ 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 on the go. 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 appropriate areas.” Priced at $11 a pair, its unclear if it comes in designer brands or women’s wear.

Leave this item near the laundry bag as if it was going to be hand washed or in plain view of the washing machine, perhaps some detergent such as Tide or Wisk and a container of bleach to add the props, a milieu that make a convincing image. When traveling, a clear plastic bag in your suitcase for those business men who often use their frequent flyer miles will suffice. It will certainly cause some crooks to think twice before touching any of your personal valuables.  Made in the USA, one size presumably fits all, two tone white.

brief safeMy Percepto rating: Hey, it’s disgusting, but anything that will bring thieves to a screeching halt, skidding on their own greed, needs a double take.