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The way a hidden key should be hidden,
This review is from: RocLok Hide A Key Piedmont Key Storage Box Disguised as a Rock with Set-Your-Own Combination Lock (Tools & Home Improvement)
I am constantly forgetting my housekeys and have tried many hide a keys. The little plastic ones just don't give me any confidence as they don't really look like rocks and could easily be broken. I finally decided to spend the $65 and get one of these fancy fake rocks and am not disappointed at all. I got one of the larger models, the Saint Helens, and it is amazingly realistic and impressively secure, the thing must weigh 10 pounds and is made of concrete, but very well disguised as a rock.
As the the review above that complains of the 3 digit combination, that gives 10 to the 3rd possible combinations (1,000). I estimate it would take 10 hours or so to move the little wheels to each of the 1,000 different combinations and try to turn the knob between each combo. An unrealistic fear as a potential thief wouldn't have the patience to do this. Anyone try to count to 1,000 with a break in between each number and NOT forget what they just counted?
This thing is a great product, I recommend it to my neighbors and assure them that it is worth every penny of $65
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Initial post: Apr 20, 2013 9:40:08 AM PDT
Paul Brown says:
The obvious problem with hiding a key in something like a fake rock is that if a burglar discovers the rock, they can take it to their lair and then demolish it to get the key.
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