I stay in a dormitory near my college. I pay a reasonable amount for rent, which I get from working after my classes as a cashier in a grocery store.
Living an independent life is challenging. I have learned to value a lot of things now like my money, time, education and dedication.
I have heard quite a lot of theft stories in my dormitory even if security is very tight. I would have to say that despite these security efforts, we should also try to find a hidden place to hide valuables.
I am worried that if I lose my cash, I would not have enough to pay rent. So I tried looking for diversion safes around.
Diversion safes appear just like any common item that is aimed at deceiving any thief. I certainly think that this is the best hidden place to hide valuables like my money and jewelry. This will work especially because my room is a studio type.
I unexpectedly found so many types of diversion safes. The 7UP Soda Can Diversion Safe, A&W Rootbeer Soda Can Diversion Safe and Dr. Pepper Soda Can Diversion Safe are some that look like beverage canisters. The Ajax Household Can Diversion Safe and the Desenex Household Can Diversion Safe quite resemble their actual counterparts.
To determine a hidden place to hide valuables is not that hard. Finding the one that suits you is a bit trickier. I got myself the Book Diversion Safe since a student almost always has books around. I usually place my pocket money and jewelry in it.
The Wall Electrical Socket Diversion Safe was another one that I bought since it is very discreet. I set this up near the fridge. This is where I keep the money I save for my rent. It may be a challenge for anyone to decide on a hidden place to hide valuables but this will surely be useful for them when the situation calls for it.