For extra keys: Stone hiding place for $4.29
This gadget works completely without power and LEDs, which wouldn’t be too smart either. Because this stone is perfect to hide it between other stones, a kind of stone hiding place, for example for a second front door key.
Surely it’s not the non-plus-ultra hideout, but it’s better than the old-fashioned doormat or flower box principle. If I were now aiming for a burglary career, that would probably be the first lesson.
The stone hiding place weighs ~158g and is therefore not rolled through the garden with every gust of wind. The stone measures about 6 x 8 x 3 cm and has 6 x 3 x 2 cm space inside for keys and other secrets. I would bury the part minimally: this increases the degree of camouflage and no rainwater runs into the interior.
Prerequisite is of course a garden or flower bed in front of the front door. Without this, the stone is probably very, very noticeable ? For those who live “in the village” or anyway hide their keys near the front door, this could be a good alternative. But you should always be aware of the dangers. Otherwise, this stone hiding place is also suitable for geocaching or a small scavenger hunt. It is not always necessary to hide a key in it.To the gadget