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Published on 15 Sep 2013 | over 3 years ago

In this project you'll learn how to make a super secret safe that nobody will recognize, even if they're looking straight at it.

Some quick links to a few of the materials I used:

[✓] Electrical Gang Box: amzn.to/2c7MrMC
[✓] Blank Wall Plate: amzn.to/2c7NTyE

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I made a parts list for this project that you can have for free at www.dropbox.com/sh/bj4xfnwu5hx5dvr/-fxC54OUls

After doing this project, I also saw there is an instructable by jpvideo you can check out at www.instructables.com/id/ESCYIT7F6B7Q210/

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Music By:

Special thanks to my friends Scott & Brendo for letting me use their song ("The World Turns" - Instrumental). If you like their music, you can download it here: bit.ly/ScottBrendoiTunes

Project Inspired By:

A picture "The Hidden Wall Safe Socket" walyou.com/hidden-wall-safe-socket/


Extreme caution should be used when cutting into sheetrock. There may be electrical wires, or other sensitive materials behind the wall that can't be seen, and could be damaged when cutting. Use of video content is at own risk.

Project History & More Info:

I saw a picture of the hidden wall safe on www.lifehacker.com and found it was a product being sold for about $8.00 from ThinkGeek.com (www.thinkgeek.com/product/855d/ .

Rather than order one, it seemed feasible to make one with just a couple of materials from the hardware store. Not to mention, much cheaper.

There are so many variations that could be made to this idea. I demonstrated 4 that I came up with, and perhaps the best one was the fact that you could just use the box behind your cable. If you use one of those, it's completely free, and you don't have to cut any new holes in your walls.

I put some time into making a parts list for the different variations from Home Depot showing store SKU# and prices. Just for being a fan, you can download the list for free at www.dropbox.com/sh/bj4xfnwu5hx5dvr/-fxC54OUls

This is an awesome and practical idea. Even if everyone knew about the secret wall safe, there are so many electrical outlets in the house already it would be completely impractical for a thief to open every one trying to find anything valuable. Not to mention dangerous.

Like any security measure, this idea won't be infallible, but simply is one more idea, and one more line of defense to help protect your stuff.

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