Common Questions and Uses of SAFEGO

Common Questions and Uses of SAFEGO

Think of SAFEGO as a portable safe, or perhaps even an outdoor lockbox. This invention was inspired to help reduce the amount of public theft seen around the world. Today, especially with technology, we all seem to carry items that are indispensable to us, and they are expensive! Everywhere we go, we bring with us one of these valuables:
  • Cell Phones
  • Wallets
  • Jewelry
  • Sunglasses
  • Car Keys

  • SAFEGO now provides an affordable outdoor security device to secure your belongings.

    How does it work?
    SAFEGO has a heavy-duty steel cable that is flexible and wraps around any secure fixture. The cable then simultaneously locks the SAFEGO once inserted into the top lock. The most common attachments we see SAFEGO secured to are:

     BEACH CHAIRS
     Beach Safe

    BEACH UMBRELLAS
    beach umbrella lockbox
    HOTEL POOL CHAIRS
    hotel pool chair safe with combo and key access

    FENCES (parks, basketball, tennis, etc.)
    outdoor safe attaches to fences
    CLOSET RODS
    attach safego to a closet rod
      HOW DOES IT RE-OPEN ONCE IT'S LOCKED AND SECURED?
      Option 1: The owner of the SAFEGO sets their custom 3-digit combination prior to using this outdoor safe.  This code, once set, allows access to turn the knob and detach the steel cable. 
      Option 2: The owner of the SAFEGO can use one of the two keys provided to insert and turn the knob, which overrides the combination at all times.  So in fact, SAFEGO functions as a key safe as well.
       
      HERE IS A LIST OF PLACES WHERE SAFEGO CAN BE MOST USEFUL, BECAUSE VALUABLES ARE AT A HIGHER RISK OF THEFT: 
      • Beaches
      • Hotel Pools
      • Parks (basketball courts, tennis courts)
      • Cruise Ships
      • College Dorms
      IS SAFEGO WATERPROOF?
      SAFEGO is water-resistant, which means that rain and various weather conditions will not impact any of the belongings inside.  Although SAFEGO is water-resistant, SAFEGO is not fully waterproof, and should never be completely submerged under water.