The Band-Saw Box

By: Alex Covert - Published: Oct 9, 2008 • References: roguecheddar &
There are many ways to thwart a thief. You can hide your stuff (Hint: Don't put things under your mattress or on the top shelf of your closet). Or you can disguise your things by putting them in everyday household objects like shaving cream cans, frozen orange juice containers or a book with a hidden compartment.

Enterprising homeowners can also confuse a would-be thief by using Alex Schlegel's band-saw box safe. Its 13 drawers transfer the contents from one drawer to another by turning the arrow-handles, ensuring no thief knows exactly where your goods are located. Stats for Thief-Thwarting Safes Trending: Older & Chilly
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