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Secure storage for on beach chairs #175322
11/14/2018 01:49 PM
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Auburn, WA
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Was surfing around and found this. Looks perfect for the beach when you want to swim and not worry about your small valuables.

https://getflexsafe.io/offer-01/?lp...act_id=857&oid=522&guvertical=42

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Re: Secure storage for on beach chairs [Re: SXMScubaman] #175362
11/14/2018 07:21 PM
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Portland, OR
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Re: Secure storage for on beach chairs [Re: jazzgal] #175365
11/14/2018 07:35 PM
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I was looking at those too. How do you like yours? We currently are using the kiss bag but am looking for something more compact. Amazon has the one like yours on prime for 39.99. Any problems with yours?

Re: Secure storage for on beach chairs [Re: SXMScubaman] #175378
11/14/2018 11:03 PM
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None whatsoever. I actually have two. I also have a Kyss bag, and I use both the Vault and Kyss bag. I think both work well.


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Re: Secure storage for on beach chairs [Re: SXMScubaman] #175383
11/14/2018 11:51 PM
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Thank you and safe travels

Re: Secure storage for on beach chairs [Re: SXMScubaman] #175389
11/15/2018 07:02 AM
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If it is attached to a chair or umbrella, I would imagine that someone could pick up the whole thing and take it away.

Re: Secure storage for on beach chairs [Re: SXMScubaman] #175405
11/15/2018 09:39 AM
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If someone is that intent on stealing your items then short of an armed security guard nothing will stop them. Locks on your car and/or home only stop the honest people from becoming dishonest. If they ar willing to go trotting off with a 6 foot reclining chair, I would think they wouldn't get too far. These portable security items are just another cog in the wheel for thieves. A set of bolt cutters will cut through the steel cable but it would look kind of out of place to be on a beach carrying a set of bolt cutters. While nothing is perfect these seem to be a deterrent at the least.



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Re: Secure storage for on beach chairs [Re: deputydog1157] #175406
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Wise words, deputy! Most thieves are just plain lazy and don't want to work for a living, or work stealing things either. Lazy people will more likely target the I-phone just laying on someone's chair without anyone around.


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Re: Secure storage for on beach chairs [Re: Carol_Hill] #175423
11/15/2018 11:34 AM
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Originally Posted by Carol_Hill
Wise words, deputy! Most thieves are just plain lazy and don't want to work for a living, or work stealing things either. Lazy people will more likely target the I-phone just laying on someone's chair without anyone around.


Exactly. Thieves usually look for an easy target; fast 'in and out', so to speak. I doubt they'd want to be traipsing down the beach carrying a lounger.


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Re: Secure storage for on beach chairs [Re: irish1223] #175426
11/15/2018 11:39 AM
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Originally Posted by irish1223
Originally Posted by Carol_Hill
Wise words, deputy! Most thieves are just plain lazy and don't want to work for a living, or work stealing things either. Lazy people will more likely target the I-phone just laying on someone's chair without anyone around.


Exactly. Thieves usually look for an easy target; fast 'in and out', so to speak. I doubt they'd want to be traipsing down the beach carrying a lounger.

That would be a real attention getter.


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