God forbid an assasin, ninja, or cat burgalar gets into your home while you and your loved ones are tucked in. But if one happens to case out your joint and enter the premises, you’ll probably want quick access to that 9mm stowed away in your lock box. Here’s the thing though. When you’re adrenaline is pumping, your heart is racing, and it’s dark, you’ll forget where the keys are to the safe, or worse, the combo code.
The Gunvault gun safes come in a variety of sizes, and instead of the traditional keypad it uses a hand print layout that places the keypad at your finger tips. The result? A not only easy to remember combo code (3-6 button sequence), but one that can be entered in the dead of night. And provided you opt for one of their high end models, you’ll be able to access the Gunvault’s contents using your fingerprint. Just remember to make sure that the eight AA batteries are fully charged.
Other features include 16 gauge steel, a foam lining to ensure your goods don’t get scratched, blocked access after repeated invalid code entry, a tamper indicator, a motion detector to help guard against would be thieves, and a high strength locking mechanism.
The Gunvault safes start at about $25.
Grew up back East, got sick of the cold and headed West. Since I was small I have been pushing buttons - both electronic and human. With an insatiable need for tech I thought "why not start a blog focusing on technology, and use my dislikes and likes to post on gadgets."