Best security lock boxes according to redditors

We found 210 Reddit comments discussing the best security lock boxes. We ranked the 53 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top Reddit comments about Security Lock Boxes:

u/WorldSailorToo · 37 pointsr/LifeProTips

Attach a lockbox with your key inside to the rear towing eye or trailer hitch on your car.

u/likeistoleyourbike · 30 pointsr/AmItheAsshole

Vaultz Locking Personal Security...

If you’re interested.

u/ibopm · 21 pointsr/LateStageCapitalism

For context:

> They're lockboxes. If you know the combination you can open it and get a key out for a unit. Realtors use them when they've got open units to let prospective renters in, and I guess AirBnB hosts are doing the same thing now. It's not uncommon to see one or two outside an apartment building, but this is just...unbelievable.

Thanks to /u/robertbieber for the explanation. Here's an Amazon link to better illustrate what those things are.

u/PupLeaky · 16 pointsr/GayKink

Next, get a lock box like this. You can lock all sorts of keys in it! Use it for keys to handcuffs, a locking gag, whatever. He can lock things on you, go to work, and then text you the lock box code when he gets to work or whenever he feels like it.

u/yammerant · 15 pointsr/funny

That's a key holder, ya dingus.

u/coyote_wileE · 14 pointsr/Coachella

portable safe. This helped me alot. Left my car keys other things in there. the cable keeps it secured to your car, so there would be no risk of me losing my keys.

and just an inexpensive set of lights

u/Chili_Fries · 14 pointsr/surfing

Key lock box that I attach to door handle, roof rack, or trailer hitch.

u/BanEvasionAccount5 · 14 pointsr/videos

We're talking about the relative cost-effectiveness of two products on the basis of the amount of time they can resist a professional attack. One safe can resist for three seconds, the other safe can resist a for 900 seconds. The second safe offers superior resistance for less money per second.

If all you care about is keeping your retarded kids from deepthroating your Glock, you'd be better off keeping it in one of these 12 dollar boxes with a mediocre padlock.

u/nsgiad · 14 pointsr/vandwellers

It's a padlock that also holds a key or something small

u/growingupsux · 13 pointsr/funny

Like so

In seriousness though, it was probably more of a portable file cabinet like this

u/ResponderZero · 11 pointsr/JusticeServed

> He had... a safe... in his luggage?

Maybe something like this travel safe (here's an image)

u/cakecakecakes · 9 pointsr/AsianBeauty

when I read this I got a bad feeling, and sure enough, you've posted in r/rbn before. :(

I'm sorry about your situation and can empathize. A lot of chain department stores sell lockboxes, like the kind tools are kept in. they aren't subtle or cute, but they do the job. amazon has some stuff, too, that might draw less attention: Vaultz Locking Personal Security Box, 7.75 x 7.25 x 10 Inches, Black (VZ00102-2)

best of luck!

u/HugBurglar · 7 pointsr/Kiteboarding

I lock this around my car door handle. Fits a VW key and everything that touches the car is rubberized.

u/aleii1 · 7 pointsr/Parenting

Get childproofing on at least one of your house doors so she can not lock you out. A flip lock has helped prevent my kid from leaving the home from my main door, and I've got child proofing on the lock for my second door which he can not operate yet. For inner doors use the Door Monkey high up that she can not reach (no installation needed for these). Also, consider getting a key lock box for your house key for the day she figures out how to bypass the child locks and locks you out. I've got mine in the garage so it isn't exposed to the elements. I've got a family member who was locked out by their kid so I learned from that!

One thing that has worked really well with my son is that I'll ask him (if i.e. he is refusing to leave the park), if he wants me to carry him or if he wants to walk, or i.e. if he wants to put on his shoes or if he needs me to. He'll usually want to do it himself then even if he'd been objecting before.

Another thing I learned from a family member is that you need to be careful how you let your kid treat you (and be aware that your kid is watching how you treat others and doesn't understand sarcasm at this young age). For example, I used to let my son take my tablet any time he wanted to play with it when I was using it (because I would just go to the laptop then so it wasn't a big deal to me). But then he started taking things from other people -- now I require him to ask me politely for it, and wait for me to hand it to him instead of letting him just take it.

u/captainmander · 7 pointsr/konmari

I did the same thing. I got this one and some hanging file folders from Amazon and keep several files such as health, auto, employment, taxes (one file per year), and so on. I don't have to worry about keeping things in order because I put the newest papers in the front of each file folder.

u/puffin_trees · 7 pointsr/EDC

I'm in a similar situation. I use this, and keep it locked to my car-seat frame whenever I leave the vehicle. Fits cash, my wallet, cell phone, spare 9mm magazine, etc.

u/n0t_5hure · 6 pointsr/sandiego

i've got one of these lockboxes. it works pretty well, but read the reviews. the metal on the dials corrodes pretty easily from salt water, so i keep a can of wd40 in my car and a rag and spray it down periodically. it is big enough to hold an electronic key fob, so long as it isn't giant.

u/schadwick · 6 pointsr/homedefense

You could consider an NVR lockbox like this one.

Some things I've found:

  1. More cameras are better than fewer, even at lower resolutions and frame rates to save disk space.
  2. Cat5/6 cable is cheap; you time running them is not. So always run more parallel cables than you need, in case one fails (chewed by rodents, etc.).
  3. Definitely use external IR illuminators like this one, which are much better than the built-in camera ones, which are then disabled. This also means fewer false motion alerts from dust, mist, and spiders, which are attracted to the IR LEDs in the cameras.
  4. Before mounting a camera permanently, test its view during the day and night using a temporary clamp or shallow screws.
  5. Read this wiki, especially the part on securing your home network. Although the site focuses on Blue Iris, the wiki pages contain a lot of great advice.

    Good luck!
u/Kit4000 · 6 pointsr/sex

We use this. We keep it under the bed. I got a better price under their warehouse deals. It was marked down because the label was torn. The chest was in perfect condition though.

u/kazumishi22 · 5 pointsr/BadDragon

Since I have family living with me I keep my toys in a really lock case (Vaultz Locking Storage Chest, 6.5 x 19 x 13.5 Inches, Black on Black (VZ00458) Each toy has a small knapsack bag and there's a bag dedicated to storing my lubes.

u/hugephatROD · 5 pointsr/surfing

Get a lock. I used to leave my keys in a tire or hide them somewhere but I didn't want to push my luck. I've been using one of these for a few years and it works great:

u/jmonteiro · 5 pointsr/investimentos

O Airbnb é excelente se você também tiver planejado quem e como irá gerir a propriedade. No meu caso, quando aluguei minha casa meu pai que trabalha o dia todo literalmente na casa vizinha, era quem recebia os hóspedes -- e pedia para o check-in ser feito de preferência no horário comercial (necessitando combinar previamente se fosse fora do horário).

Eu já me hospedei muito via Airbnb, e em vários casos há alguém que faz a recepção e limpeza ser alguém que faz isso para várias casas. Em Portugal é comum agências de imóvel oferecerem este serviço (você aluga a casa via Airbnb e eles quem cuidam da limpeza e hóspedes -- algumas vezes enquanto que a casa está à venda, por exemplo, para gerar renda).

Também tem gente que automatiza, por exemplo usando um Masterlock para guardar as chaves e simplesmente dar a senha para o hóspede chegar a hora que quiser, pegar a chave, usar a casa e devolver para o cofre-cadeado quando for embora. Tem muita gente que é mais confiante e simplesmente fala que a chave vai estar dentro da caixa de correspondência, mas vai depender do grau de segurança da cidade que você está.

Como toda fonte de renda, vai exigir certa dedicação e atenção. O Airbnb é meramente uma plataforma de anúncio, intermediação de pagamento e resenha/pontuação, e não um intermediador de guesthouses.

u/Jamesl1988 · 4 pointsr/airsoft

You can buy combination lock key safes that you can keep your key in and lock it to something. Me and my friend used to use one when he went kite surfing.

u/ITegoArcanaDei · 4 pointsr/personalfinance

Just bought a house! Now I'm looking for a document safe that protects from fire, water, and unauthorized access. Wirecutter recommends Honeywell 1104. Online reviews suggest that it's reliable against fire and water, but I've read complaints about the hardware, suggesting that it's either easy to break into or the key will break. In light of those complaints, I'm reluctant to get this safe.

Any suggestions? Thank you!

(I also plan to get a safe-deposit box, but I want a home safe because it's important to me to protect and have reasonably easy access to passports and copies of important docs.)

u/IDontKnowHer · 4 pointsr/sandiego
u/crashkg · 4 pointsr/LifeProTips

I use one of these. You set your own combination, lock it to your car and you're good to go. It even works with cars like a prius with smart keys, just don't lock it in a place to close to the door otherwise someone could just walk up and put their hand in the door to open it.

u/phloating_man · 4 pointsr/videography
  • I try to follow the "3-2-1 Rule".

    Here's an example for backing up raw footage,

    Shoot footage on SD cards. Copy all the files to 2 different hard drives and store at the office. Bring the SD cards home and store in a fireproof/waterproof container with silica gel (prevents condensation).

  • 3 copies exist (1 primary that I work of off, and 2 backups)
  • 2 different media types are used (SD cards and Hard Drives)
  • 1 backup is stored offsite at home

    Raw footage doesn't change and is too large to upload to the cloud, but your project files are small and change frequently.

    Install Dropbox onto laptop and desktop. Save project files in Dropbox folder.

  • 3 copies exist (1 copy on laptop, 1 copy on desktop, 1 copy on Dropbox servers)
  • 2 different media types are used (hard drive, cloud storage)
  • 1 backup is stored offsite (Dropbox cloud)

    Dropbox syncs automatically and has versioning.

    I don't backup my scratch/cache files. If something happens, they can easily be recreated after linking your raw footage back to your project file.

    I'm speaking as a one man crew. I'm sure there are better ways to do it for large studios.
u/sixinabox · 3 pointsr/BuyItForLife

I know what you mean as I recently had this problem. I ended up going with this. I'm sure you saw it, and it's another one that has comment(s) about the keys. I think overall the safe is high quality and the key seems quite sturdy to me. I can't imagine breaking it like that one guy did. It's very heavy, but I'm quite happy with it.

u/Soulfly37 · 3 pointsr/sandiego

I just bought This and my god damned key won't fit in it. I guess next is to try what you put up.

my key is also the fob for a dodge ram. so irritating it wont fit.

u/nacho_balls · 3 pointsr/BadDragon

holy crap that is alot! well I didn't mention a price but I payed 39$ US for it I may plan on getting another for my high heels and latex stuff. You would want this link for canada.

u/-AJ · 3 pointsr/legaladvice

You could buy this $29 key lock, put your key inside it when you sleep, and attach it to your bed, doorknob, wherever.

u/bygawdthatmanhasafam · 3 pointsr/philadelphia

Get a lock box for $20, or link your landlord this:

Master Lock 5400D Set Your Own Combination Portable Lock Box, 5 Key Capacity, Black

u/cartesian_produce · 3 pointsr/steroids

same here with the gaybro friends. Hilarious and unfiltered.

Yeah I would just like to see more new content, be that in form of unique stories, physique shots, programming, maybe even a kind of best practices sort of thing. Like for example - I want to get a chair with arm rests and one of those serving trays for a clean surface and a small lockbox to keep all my daily pinning supplies as well as a MTWTF pill box available but not in sight of roommates or family that comes over. That way I can use the arm rest to rest my arm on while pinning delts, quads, maybe even VG/glutes if i can finangle it and then put everything away and it look decent and be secure.

Little shit like that

u/Anjin · 3 pointsr/BurningMan

I made one:

I bought this Sunlite Gold Tec Front Rack, 26"/700c, Black and this Vaultz Locking Personal Security Box, 7.75 x 7.25 x 10 Inches, Black (VZ00102-2) and then just used some nuts and bolts (and drilled a hole) to put it all together!

u/Ronjoe_CB · 3 pointsr/chastity

I keep my keys in a lockbox, which I used to keep locked on my closet's hanger bar, dials facing the wall. This exploited my laziness; it was an incredible pain in the ass to open it, which kept me from unlocking on a whim just to jack off. Nowadays I just keep it easily accessible in my bathroom cabinet for cleaning sessions, as I've lost all desire to unlock for anything else.

In the past, I also sometimes left my keys in my car, and parked it on my university's campus, then rode the bus home. Retrieving the keys either meant waiting until morning for buses to run again, or taking a very long bike ride back to campus. That exercise always killed my desire to unlock, so I often just rode back home without the keys.

You can also use that same lockbox with Emlalock or Carlilock, and give us control of your lockup. ;)

u/[deleted] · 3 pointsr/declutter

I actually only keep owners manuals long enough to find a downloadable copy and verify it, then pitch the original. The only place I still keep paper copies is the manuals for the cars.

All that other stuff went into this.

u/AkaenRievkelar · 2 pointsr/BadDragon

Vaultz Locking Storage Chest, 6.5 x 19 x 13.5 Inches, Black on Black (VZ00458)

Vaultz Locking Ammo Box with Tether, 10 x 7.88 x 14.25 Inches, Tactical Black (VZ03496)

These two chests hold all 20 of my toys.

u/graceandpoise_pffft · 2 pointsr/weddingplanning

My fiancé is purchasing these Masterlock boxes for his groomsmen and filling them with little things that would be useful to each, like very bright flashlights, nice socks (not necessarily for the wedding), a gift card for half the value of the suit they'll purchase at a department store, and a few other things. Link bc I'm on mobile: Master Lock 5900D SafeSpace Portable Safe, Gunmetal Grey

u/CantStopStaring · 2 pointsr/bdsm

This might be larger than you're looking for, but is designed to slide under a bed and accommodates a padlock or luggage lock. This one is smaller, but I'm not sure if it will fit a crop. You can use IKEA SKUBB series for easy dividers that will stay put. I recommend a soft cotton washcloth to wrap around any "clinkety" restraints and perhaps a soft cloth bag to stuff them in if you plan to be moving the box -- otherwise it might start to make noise.

The charging port is going to be tricky, but most of these are simple enough that you could drill a hole in the lid to pass the charger through.

u/journalizing · 2 pointsr/Journaling

a lockable safe shaped like a book could hold a smaller notebook

a safe for letter-sized documents

a cheaper document safe

In addition to increasing your privacy, some of these safes provide water-proofing and fire-proofing for your journal. On the other hand if a burglar visits your home (or your have a druggie in your family) she will assume the safe is full of valuables and steal it.

u/Pizzapizzapocket · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

If a bomb were to go off in my house, this would keep my things from being burned! I could put my Change Jar in there!

u/deletedLink · 2 pointsr/steroids

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u/Ld00d · 2 pointsr/surfing


If you have the proximity thing, wrap the fob in foil first.

u/well_balanced · 2 pointsr/CCW

AmazonBasics Portable Security Case Lock Box Safe, Combination Lock, Large

u/poe-fan · 2 pointsr/Advice

One thing that may work for your situation is buying a lockbox (this is the one I use, but it is a little flimsy and can probably be forced open) and storing your medication in it, then hiding it in your room. This one may be a little better.

u/Niskojo · 2 pointsr/StraightPegging

I can recommend this: Vaultz Storage

It’s like it’s meant for adult toys. Discreet, holds quite a bit, combination locks (no “where did I put that key?”), handles on each end and soft pads on the underside, so it easily slides in under the bed and away from curious looks.

u/churchillsucks · 2 pointsr/surfing
u/D_Mon_Taurus · 2 pointsr/sex

Get a lock box, or a cash box they'd use in stores. You can get them from Office Depot. They're plain plastic or metal boxes that come with combination latches or keys. You can usually pull out the slats or trays and line it with foam, velvet, contact paper, whatever you like (anything is better than the bare metal. Then you can just slip it in a drawer, under your bed, or in a close and even if someone comes across it, they can't get into it.

It'd probably be best to store insertable toys in their own little bags just so soft one don't end up sticking or ones with batteries don't end up leaking if the batteries go bad.

Clean them everytime after, but refer to the suggested methods from each individual manufacturer so you can don't damage them and ensure they last long.

Here are some links of stuff I'm talking about.

u/jbocanegra · 2 pointsr/CampEDC

We bought a lockbox on amazon for $20, but I’m sure you could get one at your local store. The one we have can attach to the RV handle and has a 4 digit code. (Master Lock 5400D Set Your Own Combination Portable Lock Box, 5 Key Capacity, Black

u/MarvinParanoAndroid · 2 pointsr/educationalgifs
u/omg_kittens_flying · 2 pointsr/homeowners

This Honeywell has a one-hour rating vs. the more common 30 minute rating. Whatever safe you get, get some silica gel dessicants and change them out every so often.

u/dontfeedthenerd · 2 pointsr/Kiteboarding

This one.

Basically the ones that realtors use for homes.

u/MisChef · 2 pointsr/LifeProTips

Good tip about the GPS.

I use something like one of these two things to keep an extra house key, emergency cash, my insurance info and expired license (as ID only of course) in the car. Hook it up to something hard to dismantle inside the car. way easy to just put some small locking box in there. costs under $25 and keeps that stuff safe from carwash and valet staff too.

u/zimboptoo · 2 pointsr/LifeProTips

What to keep

Keep anything related to taxes for at least 5 years. This is important for verification, as well as possible audits.

Keep anything related to bank accounts, credit cards, loans/mortgages, pay stubs, and other financial stuff for as long as the account is active, plus at least one fiscal year.

Keep any bills, even after they've been paid, for at least a year. You need them to contest charges, and often information on bills is used for identity and account verification.

Keep all identification records (IDs, SS cards, birth certificates, passports, official change of address forms, etc.) in a safe, secure location that can still be accessed at need. Don't carry them with you (except driver's license), or you risk losing them and giving someone an easy way to steal your identity.

Keep everything having to do with your house, apartment, car, boat, or any other large property that you own/rent and have to register or pay taxes on, for as long as you own/rent it.

Keep the warranty info and proof of purchase for any expensive things you own, for the duration of the warranty.

Keep copies of any personal medical documentation, unless you are covered by a provider that uses an electronic medical record. And even then, it's good to have a paper copy for backup and personal reference.

It's also a good idea to keep a copy of anything that you have signed, for as long as is relevant.

And of course, if you ever get involved in any sort of legal trouble, audit, lawsuit, divorce, or anything along those lines, KEEP EVERYTHING.

The bottom line is: If you can imagine a plausible reason why you might need it in the future, for reference or verification or proof of something or evidence or anything else, you should keep it. If you have a good file system, it won't take up much room or time, and you'll be very happy you did when that future situation comes up.

What to keep it in

If you only have a few people's papers to worry about, I suggest one of these or something similar. It's a latchable bin or box with built-in rails for hanging folders. If you are worried about security, it might be worth getting one of these, a fireproof (and waterproof) safe. It won't keep someone from walking off with the entire safe, but it prevents casual pilfering, and protects your important documents in case of a fire or flood.

Drawers or file cabinets are useful for larger organizational systems, but a household will almost never need something that large, and they tend to be bulky and hard to move around.

Do not, under any circumstances, try to store anything medium- or long-term in open paper trays. They won't stay organized, as it's too easy to just toss stuff on top, and if you need to move it around it'll just end up in a pile somewhere.

How to organize it
First, get some hanging folders for general categories and file folders for subcategories. They are very cheap. You can get different colors for fancy organization and scrapbooking, but it's probably not worth it. As long as they have tabs for writing labels on, you should be fine.

That's all you need. Well, besides the box (and a pen). There are lots of organizational system kits that you can buy for loads of money with colors and stickers and indexes and charts and fancy little view windows, but all you really need are some folders and a place to put them.

Start out with some general categories: Medical/Insurance; Credit Cards; Bank Accounts; Taxes; Bills; Rental/house/car/mortgage stuff; Identification papers; Warrenty/owner's manual info. That sort of thing. And in each category, make a file folder for, say, each bank account, or each credit card account, or each person's medical info, or each company that sends you bills. This takes very little time to set up, but makes it a lot easier to find things when you need them.

The thing to remember when setting up such an organizational system is this: Do what makes sense to you. You're the one who is going to have to remember how to use this system in the future, so file things in a way that makes intuitive sense at the time. If all of your credit and checking and savings and mortgage are through the same bank, maybe the bank should be your major category and each of those accounts should be a subcategory. If you would rather think of it as "things I own" and "things I owe" then that works too. If you want to get rid of subcategories entirely and give everything its own folder in alphabetical order, that's cool. Whatever makes sense to you, do that. And once you have a system, try not to make any drastic changes. You'll have a hard time remembering whether to use the old or new system, and that causes confusion, which leads to apathy, which leads to everything in a giant unorganized pile.

Where to put it

Ideally, somewhere that's near enough to the door or mailbox that you won't just toss things on the table to file later, but out-of-the-way enough that it's not an obvious target if someone breaks into your house. On a shelf is better than in a closet. Again, the important thing is that it's convenient enough that you'll consistently file things rather than leaving them "for later."

And finally

As OP said, it's also a very good idea to have a trashcan right next to the door, or even right under the mailbox, where you can immediately toss anything that isn't worth keeping (junkmail, mailers, credit card offers, etc.). Anything with sensitive info should be shredded or torn up first, of course.

u/2010Vaper · 2 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

I carry this little guy around. It's small, roomy and looks official AF.

Right now, I have it loaded with 6 spare batteries, a spare mod and 3 unicorns. I have room for an extra unicorn or a spare tank/dripper, and more batteries, or some other gear.

I'll also mention that the lock is crap, in case anyone sees that as a selling point. It really really sucks.

u/cheesecleh · 2 pointsr/badroommates

Get a little lock box with a combination lock off Amazon. That’s what I did with my medications. Vaultz is a really good brand and cheap!

Something like this:

u/karmaportrait · 2 pointsr/surfing
u/IAmTheFatman666 · 2 pointsr/BadDragon

I feel pretty blessed in this aspect. My toys are usually in my dresser. My mom never comes in my room, and if she does, and then opens my dresser, she won't care. She knows.

Here's a couple locking boxes/chests from Amazon, that won't break the bank, you might look into:

Number 1
Number 2
Number 3

u/ReluctantlyHipster · 2 pointsr/BDSMcommunity

From some experience, realtor's lock boxes work well but are a pain to put keys into/take keys out. You can find a bunch of time-lock safes which are nice and easy but they take away a fun aspect of the keyholder having direct control over the key. The perfect option seems to be the ChronoVault but that is very expensive so I haven't tried it.

About some of the other devices. When I am in chastity I like to be completely trapped. Even if I tried my best, I don't want to be able to get out. The above 3 items work well and are relatively foolproof unless you know how to pick locks. I don't like the plastic locks because they are pretty easy to remove and re-do.

I hope this helped.. Good luck!

u/rohach · 2 pointsr/LongDistance

You can get one of these lock boxes for keys. Drop your key in there and give him the location and combo. He can retrieve the key without you being there. Depending on where you live, you can put it somewhere away from your place like a bike rack a stair railing.

u/management_drone · 2 pointsr/declutter

I've got a small file box, this one as a matter of fact. Everything else is scanned and kept on a dedicated 500GB drive for backup stuff, and then I also back both that and my computer up once a week.

I've been warring on cutting down the mail, so I'm anxious to see how that goes. I'm getting some bills through email, but I need to figure out which ones I've missed converting, and which ones I can't.

u/HawtWifey88 · 2 pointsr/bisexual

My husband and I keep ours in a utility supply like case, I'd have to ask him for the link.

Edit: Got the link from hubby! 😊

u/jmini17 · 2 pointsr/surfing

What about this key compartment lock?

put it around a tow point, door handle or hitch hole. I've seen them on bike racks so you don't know which car too.

u/dermac · 1 pointr/bicycling

The second on looks exactly like what I am looking for, thank you very much!!

u/crankypants15 · 1 pointr/sex

The cardboard box from Amazon. I also found a locking CD box (for many CDs). It's wood with metal edges, silver and black. Gosh, I think it's this one!

A locking toolbox could also work. Or purple trunk.

u/CBRjack · 1 pointr/HomeNetworking

Easy solution : buy a power bar with a timer, plug the router in it, put that in a metal locking box.

Timer power bar
Metal lock box

u/fleshthrowaway · 1 pointr/sex

I use fleshlights, which are larger toys at about 10" long and 4" in diameter. I also like buying larger bottles of lube because they're cheaper, so I needed a large toybox.

I ended up buying this - because it was large, cheap ($15USD right now), and had a lock on it. Additionally, since it's meant for holding files, I think it looks a little less conspicuous. The lock and handle are kind of pieces of crap, but it's incredibly cheap still works, I'm satisfied with it for the price.

u/ProtoJMan · 1 pointr/EDH

This is what I've been using for a few months now. I've got over 20 decks in deck boxes in there, and there's even room for some giant dice, 2 fat pack boxes, and a smaaaall card binder. If I'm traveling somewhere I'll bring this and my backpack with rare binder, normal dice, and some other stuff. If I'm just going to a friend's house or game night I'll grab a handful of choice decks and throw them in the backpack

u/redhillbones · 1 pointr/raisedbynarcissists

I'd recommend getting a small lock box, rather than a more traditional safe. A lot of them are combination-based, rather than keyed, and they're a fairly cheap way to secure money. This link is to Amazon -- lock boxes under $25 with 4+*. It can be broken into with the right tools but it takes time and effort.

And some of these options are portable but big enough to store cash only or some, like this one, could store a lot of valuables. I have this one and while it's a bit heavy (about 1 1/2 lbs) it fits easily/comfortably into a tote purse, backpack, or a nice laptop case (the sort with a second pocket for books). It's also semi-waterproof, if you want to carry around a water bottle, but you should definitely plug up the cord access hole if you do that. Mostly it can be banged around a lot so I can take it anywhere, which is the whole reason I have it.

Edit: To clarify.

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> Doesn't steel rust? Besides, is it really a concern to spend like $20 for a couple of titanium plates to store what could potentially be worth thousands of dollars? But yeah sure, anything works. Just write it somewhere durable, and not paper.

u/Tryingmybestplease · 1 pointr/Adulting

Help her with getting those documents, first and foremost. Set up a weekly coffee date with her to sit down and make phone calls and go through all the steps/strategize. Don’t do it all for her — involve her and show her how to make informational phone calls, etc. introduce her to the adult process of “red tape”, since her mom clearly never wanted to do it.

Set her up with one of these:
Master Lock 7148D File Box, 0.49 Cubic Feet, Black

Get her started on all her basic “life documentation” that usually a parent would handle — SS card, birth certificate, ID card, (and copies of all the above), passport if possible.

Collect any old medical and dental records from childhood. if mom doesn’t have these, you can usually have them re-released to you. If she can she should ask her mom about basic medical history — diagnoses, surgeries, cause of death, on both sides of the family. Take notes.

Make sure she’s current on all shots and vaccines. Planned Parenthoid and other low income clinics are great.

Get any documentation of grades and academic performance from high school/middle school/grade school. High school diploma or GED certificate.

If she’s out of the house for good — like if her mom is actively hostile or abusive — she should collect any other important family information before she goes. Contact info for extended family members, special photographs, etc.

If she’s of age, get her signed up for SNAP/food stamps and local youth/low-income public transportation card.

Help her open her first checking account. Debit card. No credit cards. Warn her away from debt.

Prepaid basic cell phone. Cheap laptop or ipad+keyboard. Login info for her bank account. Link the phone with a Venmo and PayPal account for easy money transfer, if you’re going to be helping her get on her feet.

You should also look into local (in your town or the town she’s headed to) youth support services/social workers. She might be able to get a caseworker. There are usually programs that will help with tech literacy, putting together resumes/starting the job hunt, signing up for classes, etc. Your local community college should be able to point you in the right direction.

If she’s still in high school — see if she has any teachers she likes, or school counselors. You want to surround her with as many supportive adults as possible and you should all be talking to each other. Ask if she has any favorite/supportive aunties or neighbors.

Ideally, having her in therapy would be great so she can figure out next steps but it’s pretty expensive. Look up the Open Path Collective for local low-fee options.

Here on Reddit, a few good subs:




u/MuppetManiac · 1 pointr/escaperooms

here, here

Locks you can get at Home Depot, Walmart, Lowe’s, office max.

u/Frappes · 1 pointr/surfing

Get yourself one of these I lock mine on a tow hitch under my car. Cheap price for a tiny piece of mind especially in SF. Haven't had any issues around ob in 2 years I've had it.

u/AutismHour · 1 pointr/technology

cracked this with screwdrivers and a crowbar in 20 minutes. Was pretty tiring but still opened it when the battery for the keypad died.

u/bugchild9 · 1 pointr/Swimming

I bought this for when I go surfing. I have never had any problems.

u/Funktapus · 1 pointr/homeautomation

Easiest: Anchor a lockbox a few inches away with keys


u/Bamnyou · 1 pointr/Bitcoin


That’s what I have... it’s really hard to engrave. It’s makes it indestructible but hard to stamp. I wouldn’t recommend.

I think I’m going to get this to replace it if I can’t get it engraved well. CryptoCurrency

If I end up with enough value stored in those words I’ll get a safe deposit box or a permanent safe to store it in.

u/rlatjr17 · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

I use this

I bought mine is white. Other colors are cheaper. It's made by master lock. Set your own combination and comes with steel cables.

u/dm18 · 1 pointr/SexToys

Metal Lock Box + Noke Bluetooth Padlock

u/Blackfox_militant · 1 pointr/CCW

AmazonBasics Portable Security Case - Combination Lock, Large

u/illuxion · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

The mods stay on the desk, I never know which one I feel like grabbing that day. The juice stays in one of these lock boxes in the closet. I usually have a few juices scattered about my desk and in my desk drawer as well. I've been thinking about a tackle box like this though, I have far too much crap as the photos are only what I have in circulation, I have 3 of the master boxes.

u/wump · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

oh for travel i just picked up something like this:

mine just has a latch, not a combination, it works well, can store juice / batteries / supplies. just for a short weekend, anything more you'd prolly want something a bit bigger

u/MahDarling · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

This messenger bag will be used for my Captain America cosplay. What's more American than Captain America?!

On a different price point... This safe is also patriotic! Why? Because I have things to protect... like my freedom!

u/garrettd714 · 1 pointr/surfing

when I had a regular key, I just brought it with me.
when I got a electronic key/alarm/fob thing, I got one of these: and lock in on one of my rims.

u/Deathsmydestination · 1 pointr/trees

I recommend you get one of these.

u/shemp33 · 1 pointr/chastity

This isn't too far from the solution provided by what most folks on use -- which is the Master Lock real estate one...

In the case of the Emlalock (for self lockers) - they take a picture without looking, and upload that to the site, lock the key in, and spin the dials. Once the allotted time expires, the site shows you the picture of the key.

u/Starry_Eyed_Owl · 1 pointr/chastity

The other option is u could get a Smart padlock and a box to lock your keys in. Then your GF just sends u one time use codes if she feels like u deserve some freedom. Then u FaceTime or Skype so she can watch u lock them back up again. This option has a bit more expensive a start up fee but would be cheaper in the long run depending on how often she lets u out.

Smart padlocks range from like $40-$100 depending on which one u get, and you’ll need a lockbox like this to use too Stalwart 75-005 Metal Storage Lock Box, 12"

u/mystealthfap · 1 pointr/fleshlight

Don't search for safes, those are huge, heavy, thick, and made to withstand actual abuse. You just don't want people accidentally coming across a sex toy. Search lockboxes. They are boxes, with locks. Things like this.

Alternately, /u/bustnuts100's suggestion for a toolbox is a great one. My only concern would be that people might need a tool and reach for it.

I'd say to go with the lockbox, and if asked, just say it has some bullshit in it that you can say is sentimental but no one else would really care about other than you. Photos of your grandparents as kids or something.

u/EskomojoE · 1 pointr/benzodiazepines

Get a safe or a lock box. Or do what I do and get both. Then put them in the lock box, then put that in the safe.

Its not guaranteed to stop you but it will slow you down.

These are great especially if you travel.
Plus if you're in your car with it and a cop has suspension they can't get into it with out a warrant.

Edit: sorry for the shitty link. It's the master lock key box, the kind you see out side apartment buildings

u/J-S-Minnow · 1 pointr/JUSTNOMIL

To tack onto this it might be wise to keep all meds in a locking medicine cabinet that only you and your DH have the keys to. Not only will that prevent any accidents with your LO, /u/whtbrd, but it will also keep any guests- wanted or unwanted- from shopping around in your medicine cabinet [that way they can't steal any or tamper with any]. If anyone other than you or DH need something out of the cabinet either you or DH will go get it for them.

Poke around on amazon for a bit. It doesn't have to be something like this either, it could be something more like this, this, or even this or this as long as it locks well enough to keep unwanted people out. It doesn't need to be fancy. Don't even bring up the fact your worried that she might tamper with your meds to your DH, just tell him that your locking all the medications in the house- including yours- up so LO can't get to them and show him where the key is going to be kept.

u/BeatAngMoh · 1 pointr/HongKong

You can find some service which will forward your purchase to HK. There are many of them.

u/wanderingkale · 1 pointr/cyclocross

Take your car key (or clicker fob) off the ring, lock the doors. Place it in one of these (or similar). Lock it through your car door handle (or roof rack bar, etc.). That's what I do. Problem solved.

u/ilovesojulee · 1 pointr/HelpMeFind

A lockbox, similar to this or this. You leave a spare set of keys in there and it's only accessible by the pin code.

u/cbcd · 1 pointr/chastity

> 1) How do I put the lock on? Is it easy? are there instructions? and what if he gets erect while I'm trying to put it on?

The lock itself will be the easiest part, assembling the cage is harder. Typically you assemble the base ring behind the balls, slide the cage on in front of the balls, and there's a pylon you slide the lock through that connects it all. If he gets erect, either wait it out or "discourage" it (ice, pain on it or elsewhere, etc).

> 2) Is it realistic to make him wear it for an entire week at a time if it is his first time?

His first time in chastity, a week may be pushing it. His first time with a keyholder, see if he has had it on before and on his own.

> I'm busy during the week so I can only see him once a week

> 3) Should I keep in contact with him during the week?

> 4) Are there two keys? Should he get to keep one just in case for emergencies?

Lumping all this together. Get Kik, Skype, or just good old text messaging to keep in contact. Since this is at least new to you, I recommend it. Some guys like no contact during lockup, some do, err on contact.

As for an emergency key, those are generally considered a good idea. I'd recommend a realtor lockbox he can keep the key in that you set the code for. Though I have seen more portable solutions like those numbered tags through a Tic Tac container holding the key (can't get to the key without breaking a uniquely numbered seal).

> 5) Okay the big question. What happens when I let him out? Should I make him masturbate in front of me? or give him a handjob? I wouldn't be comfortable going further than this (like the prostate massage etc).

This answer can vary from person to person and is up to the two of you.

u/uglymeat · 1 pointr/gonewild

I got one of these when I started buying naughty things Vaultz Locking Personal Security Box, 7.75 x 7.25 x 10 Inches, Black (VZ00102-2)

Not exactly that size but I would just bury it my closet and no one ever bothered me about it.

u/AlanSmithee94 · 1 pointr/sex

We got one of these - fits nicely under the bed.

u/Ambeezy1721 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

This because I will be starting school soon and need a safe place for my things. Thanks for the contest :)

Master Lock 5900DWHT SafeSpace Portable Safe, White

u/SonicBeaverWaffles · 1 pointr/saplings

The dimensions are 7.2 x 10 x 7.8 inches, and even though I got it at the local store, It didn't take much to find it on amazon for the same price. Here is the link:

u/fixeroftoys · 1 pointr/preppers

This, for instance, has a keyhole in the front, but it's covered. If you read the description it tells you about the physical key.

u/Spieth · 1 pointr/AskReddit

Related side note / possible solution:

I always have a key storage box outside of my place. This way, friends or out of town guests can have access to my house when needed or I can let my self in if I get locked out. Plus I can take it with me when I move.

In your situation - if you live together for much longer - you could agree not to give out keys, but the code to the box when needed. Then change the code as needed to prevent access to those who should not have it.

u/TheLonelySnail · 1 pointr/Advice

Just a thought until things get sorted out

Won't solve the problem but will ensure you have the meds. It's a locking medicine box. Not gonna fix things but you need to have your meds to be at your best.

u/That_DK · 1 pointr/InfinityTheGame

Wow, thanks for all the comments and help guys :) I'm playing combined army so it's likely the avatar would be the biggest model I would play. I was thinking I could use something like this. Its around 4 inches in height and probably small enough to still fit in a backpack which would be great.

u/WingedGeek · 1 pointr/flying

Your guess is as good as mine. It was (at the time) a brand new "waterproof" fire safe. According to a hygrometer I have in the room where it's kept (part of a $20 clock, so probably not the most accurate of instruments, but still), it's about 27% humidity right now, which isn't exactly Phoenix, but it's a far cry from "humid."

A glance at an Amazon review (actually, a web search for "waterproof safe moisture," that found a Honeywell review) suggests it may be a common issue with at least Honeywell specifically:

> As many other reviews have stated, this box has a problem with dampness. Within a few days of being in the box all my documents had gotten damp, and unsealed envelopes had gotten moist and sealed themselves. I tried adding additional desiccant packs, but that didn't help. I called Honeywell and they said they were aware of the problem and they recommended opening the box up and airing it out at least once a month

Though we got a small fire safe for the office to keep a backup drive and a notebook with passwords, etc., in, and we have to cycle out silica packets every week or so (they change color).

A few minutes with Google doesn't suggest how the moisture is getting in, but does suggest it's a common problem, with dehumidifiers (especially silica) being a commonly recommended remedy:


u/incrediboy729 · 1 pointr/surfing

I use one of these on my car that has a "dumb" key:

and one of these on my car that has a smart key with keyless entry:

Problem solved!

u/Minkend · 1 pointr/BadDragon

I've been keeping mine wrapped in flour sack towel (supposed to be lint free) in a small latched trunk I bought from Micheals craft store. My collection has grown because of the BF sale so I'm making little drawstring sacks to keep them in and getting a bigger trunk


u/HornyKiwi29 · 1 pointr/BadDragon

Hey OP,
Could you send me a link to the bed fellas, I can't seem to find anything about it.

Also, these are nice. The price likes to double randomly, so make sure it's around $50 cad, not $100 cad.

u/piratesgoyarr · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Welll not the most interesting item but you should really have a fire safe to keep your super important stuff safe. (Will, power of attorney, passports, ss cards, savings bonds etc). I have one on my wishlist too bc I've been putting it off for 5 years and need to get my ass on it lol

u/AllJanMichaelVincent · 1 pointr/preppers

You want to make sure it’s also waterproof. Fires tend to get fought with lots of water which can ruin documents too.

I went with this 1 hour safe. It’s not cheap but it’s built like a tank.

u/DustyBeetle · 1 pointr/trees
u/fooatbardotcom · 1 pointr/sexover30

We just use a combination lock box under our bed. Its not in plain sight, but also not hidden making it convenient for us to find, open, and use......

u/Budsygus · 0 pointsr/TwoXChromosomes

Put your stash in the same place, but in one of these bad boys. That will send a message. She'll have to ask you from now on and you can choose to share or not share.

u/MtxBad · 0 pointsr/Ripple

Buy this and use it for your paper wallet

You just punch your 24 words into it and you will not lose them.

u/soupcancooloff · 0 pointsr/AirBnB

airbnb is a hospitality platform, like it or not their end customer commonly demands late check-in. all the reps i've dealt with were very professional, so maybe you were unlucky in speaking w a bad apple. i agree with others that you shouldn't use your 3 cancellations for this.

my question is: if you're superhost, why do you use instant booking? instant book pushes listings to the top of the results but not above superhosts.

and as others have mentioned, try this:

Master Lock 5400D Select Access Key Storage Box with Set-Your-Own Combination Lock, 13/32-Diameter Shackle, 1-Pack

u/Wolf_Cabbage · 0 pointsr/travel
u/ewp90 · 0 pointsr/BuyItForLife

I'm looking for something similar. I would recommend against any plastic molded SentrySafe or other similar brand.

I had a bad experience with a very nice "solid" name brand one. As far as I know it affects pretty much all the relatively cheap plastic sealed ones in general.

The hollow plastic body is filled with a moistened drywall like substance. This works fine if/while the plastic body is completely sealed. If it cracks on the outside it would still be ok.
The problem is that the mold injection point is often on the inside and when it's not a perfect seal, you now have something more like a terrarium for your documents.

You will see references to it "trapping" humidity and not having a good seal around the lid to keep moisture out. This is actually the complete opposite of the problem. What happens is you have a great seal around the lid on the better quality units, but the moisture is leaking into the interior from inside the hollow body and because of the great seal, can't get out.




Additional comments:
At first I put everything in ziploc bags.... but apprently i had less than perfect sealing bags, moisture just went into the bags also after months and months. That's when I knew there was more to it than trapping moisture in my airconditioned house. These type of firesafes would have moisture problems in Phoenix.

I haven't' spent enough time to find a proper alternative but I definitely don't want anything that doesn't detail what's inside the body.

u/Boysterload · 0 pointsr/magicTCG

Very heartbreaking, sorry to hear, man.
I hold my most valuable cards (>$50) that aren't in decks in a fireproof/waterproof safe like this one:

u/LeroyFirwood · -1 pointsr/poker

Have a very good job and play as a hobby?

Here is how I manage mine. I ran up some credit cards on stupid crap. I took fun money and a bunch of studying the game to the table, then played solid recreational poker for side income and paid off said credit cards. Now that I have paid off the debt I do notice a problem of a lot of extra cash laying around. For this pesky germ ridden cesspool of bills I place them in this it is a beautiful way of distancing myself from the germs....
For tracking I use Poker Manager Pro on my phone, so my SO and Mom shut up about me playing too much when I can show them an exact profit.
I will let you know how managing this bankroll goes now that I don't have to just ship it to Mastercard every big score.
Edit: clarifying, and helping some super clever r/poker users get the joke...