After living in a college dorm for a year, I found out how hard it was to find someplace to keep all of my stuff while I slept to keep it next to me. I also saw how many people kept their doors open while they were in a friend’s room or in the shower. I don’t know how people could do that. Once I got the Dormvault, I felt a little safer keeping my door open if I had my valuables in the vault and locked. At night, I can put my phone, lanyard, wallet, and tablet in the vault; it was right by my side the entire night and when I wake up, I can take out what I need and before I leave for my class, and can lock the vault to make sure everything is safe.
I didn’t know what my roommate would do when I wasn’t in the room and I wouldn’t know if the door would be left open or who would be in the room so if I would have had the vault while I was at school, I would have felt a lot safer. I know I will be using this next year and every year after that. Even though it’s used for dorms, it can also be used at home where I can keep things so if anything bad happens, I know it will be okay. This is one of the best dorm things I’ve had and I can’t wait to see what else this company has in mind.
About taken from website: We founded Dormvault based on our technical knowledge of safe design that we developed for self service carwashes. Those thieves came late at night and loaded with equipment so those safes had 3 inch thick steel safe heads and extra strong 10 gauge steel walls. Dormitories are a different environment so we adapted our technical skills. We knew how to make a strong safe but it had to be designed for college life. A safe cannot be mounted to the wall or mark the bedposts. Style is important. They have to be easily accessible. College thieves are opportunistic. Our Dormvault takes away the Opportunity to take away the Crime.
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