We hope that everyone is having a fun and safe summer. As we are in the middle of July, we all know that summer school is in session and the new school year is vastly approaching. For those looking ahead and preparing to get started shopping on back-to-school items, we recommend investing in a hotel safe. Hotel safes are especially ideal for college students who plan on moving out next fall or need something to keep all their valuable school items in. Moving to a new location can be very exciting, but at the same time you want to keep all your valuables safe and protected.
For college students looking into moving to the dorms or apartments near campus, you need something to protect your items. For the average student, those items can be expensive textbooks, laptops, calculators, jewelry, cash, cell phones, music devices, media and other valuables. On top of that, you have to pay for college tuition and paying back your loans. Prevent any hassles or added costs by protecting your everyday items. There are a lot of thefts and burglaries that occur in college dorms and apartments. Make sure you have the necessary protection by investing in a hotel safe.
Hotel safes are specifically designed for personal use. You typically see these types of safes in hotel rooms where you can keep your jewelry, wallet and keys secured when you leave your hotel room. However, they can also be used in your own personal room. A hotel safe is lightweight and compact making it very user friendly and portable. They are an excellent choice for all hotels, universities, hospitals and homeowners. You can keep a variety of different items in a hotel safe that include jewelry, laptops, cash, passports, wallets, cell phones and more. That’s why hotel safes are the perfect solution to keeping your school items safe.
MESA hotel safes weigh in between 25 to 30 pounds making it lightweight and easy to move to any location desired. The size of the safe is compact, but large enough storage capacity to hold multiple items. Our hotel safes feature a battery-operated electronic lock for added security compared to a combination lock. It has a standard hotel function that utilizes one code to lock the safe then re-entering the same code to unlock. After the safe has been unlocked using the same code, the code will be erased. A standard electronic function is also available as well as an electronic override, which can be set by the user. During an electronic override, the keypad will then go into a lockout penalty if multiple combinations are entered incorrectly. With our electronic lock keypad and its features, it will be able to keep your items secured and keep intruders away.
The other security features our hotel safes provide are anchor holes that can secure the safe onto a wall or floor for fixed placement and added security. The thick diameters of the solid steel locking bolts make sure the safe door is tightly shut. Furthermore, pry resistant doors and concealed hinges provide anti-theft protection and prevent door removal against forced attempts in prying it open. You can also purchase a separate pedestal to go along with your safe that allows convenient access in and out of your safe, which raises the safe off the ground 18 inches high. You’ll be able to access your safe faster and easier without having bend down to the floor or reaching high for access.
Our goal is to provide you with the best protection against theft. For those looking to getting a head start on their back-to-school items and preparing for school the next year, we’re more than happy to provide you with the proper security storage. Get the protection you deserve and don’t become a victim to theft. Don’t let stolen items become a bigger burden on your college expenses. Stay protected and become prepared.
Safes and lockers from the victims of Japan’s recent tsunami disaster have been swept away leaving many of them showing up in different sites. This is making it extremely difficult to find their rightful owners.
Iwate Prefecture is one of the cities in which the earthquake and tsunami has dramatically hit. The police in Ofunato have said that they have found and held more than 500 different lockers and safes, some of which are rusty and bent, the Yomiuri Shimbun reported.
Deputy police officer Katsunori Tsuda told the newspaper “safe owners probably can’t come to the police station as their cars may have been swept away. Even if we have sufficient information to identify the owners of the safes, we’re often unable to contact them.”
A 55-year-old lady visited a different police station and stated that, “there are so many safes and most are either rusty or (have) lost their original shape. I have no idea which one is ours.” After having to try out her key on about 200 safes, she gave up trying.