SAFEGO is a lock box for your valuables

We travel to Florida once a year and our favorite activity when we’re there is to relax on the beach under an umbrella. When we need a break from all that relaxing, we like to walk along the surf soaking up the sun and looking for shells. Sounds perfect right? It is except that I’m usually a little nervous that someone is going to steal our stuff while we’re away from our beach chairs. 

Sure, we could wear a bag and put our valuables in it while we were walking, but that just sounds cumbersome, especially when you’re bending over to pick up a shell every few feet. Another possible solution is the SAFEGO Portable Safe.

The SAFEGO is made of high impact ABS plastic with a keyed lock and a built-in custom 3-digita combination lock that secures a 6mm heavy-duty steel cable. The cable can wrap around the frame of a beach chair or any other object.

The water and sand resistant 7″ x 4″ x 7.5″ compartment is large enough to hold phones, money, credit cards, passports, etc. There’s even a pass-through that you can use to route your headphone cord from a device inside the SAFEGO or route a cable from a backup battery stored inside the SAFEGO to your device on the outside.

The SAFEGO Portable Safe is priced at $39.00 and is available in black, white, blue, pink or gold at safego.us and Amazon.

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6 comments… add one
  • Norm April 26, 2017, 1:56 pm

    So what if somebody just picks up your beach chair and walks away with it and your Safego lock box? Out here in some Hawaii beaches that are crowded that happens.

    • Julie Strietelmeier April 26, 2017, 2:00 pm

      You obviously can’t prevent all thefts, but it seems like a decent enough deterrent depending on the location.

      • Michael ODonnell April 27, 2017, 8:18 am

        Something taught to me many years ago: thieves, given the choice, will steal that with least resistance to their end game. Given 20 people’s valuables at a beach, one without locked protection will be lifted first. Like a home with a burglar alarm, and one without, they’ll choose the one without. But, I’d never leave my wallet alone!

  • Alexei April 29, 2017, 3:44 pm

    I have heard of a trick where you take off the lid to a shampoo bottle and cut away enough of the opening to be able to slide in your valuables. It may not be so good for a cell phone that you want to use while you’re at the beach, but it should be good for the rest of your stuff, just toss in a cloth so that your stuff does not rattle in an empty shampoo bottle.

    • Julie Strietelmeier April 29, 2017, 3:55 pm

      Maybe choose an empty suntan lotion bottle instead 😉 How many people take shampoo to the beach?

  • Alexei April 29, 2017, 5:20 pm

    The container should probably be a random item that someone would not pay attention to, nor try to use. 🙂

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