jfizzay: Can I use ac only, no batts?
BahalaNation: I made it myself, there tutorials on YouTube.
Landoftheignorant: Why would I sit and pry it open in your house? Pick it up and leave.
BahalaNation: Naw only a few hundred bucks. You could definitely break into this if you
had enough time, the right tools, under no stress at home and I state that
in the video, if you even watched it. If you noticed this is a table top
review for ease of viewing. It wasn't mounted in a preferred location. if
you're stupid enough to ride down the street on your bike with a dresser on
the handle bars. You are dumber than I and most people.
Snakes Are People Too: is the night table it's sitting on bolted down? I'd think a thief would try
the safe and see it's bolted to the table, then just grab the table and
BahalaNation: The motion sensor is sensitive enough, and the alarm is audible within a
close range. It does also have a tamper signal to let you know if it has
been jarred. Overall I like it a lot because of its balance between safety,
security and quick access.
BahalaNation: It would be pretty difficult because it is internally mounted.
BahalaNation: Out of necessity brother
Adam Lawrence: What is your thoughts on the motion alarm, tamper indicator? Are they
effective? Loud enough? etc?
watsonst04: Looks like mine from SurvivalStraps. There are other brands, but all look
BahalaNation: @rcalvert3 That make sense to a total idiot. You my friend are not
asher45s: good review bro think ill pick one up!
saybo88: Salamat, one of my options, mabuhay!
BahalaNation: Ok, sorry buddy a shopping cart.
localboy kealii: Hmmm.... Survival bracelet. Roll out quickly. Sounds like someone's a bit
of a prepper. Right on.
Cletus32261: nice video i just ordered one from amazon
Gerry Valido: Yet another great review...Thanks Master Joel!! Where do you find this
BahalaNation: Yes, you can use AC only, but if the electricity goes out you'll need the
key to access it.
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