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AquaVault Now Available Online

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The AquaVault beach vault has been available for purchase on our site for several months now and the response has been great. It can be hard getting the word out about a brand new product that is also establishing a completely new product niche. Nobody else really makes anything like our AquaVault so it’s not like introducing a new coffee maker that people would actually be looking for.

Since it is so new and different, we were really thrilled when the Home Shopping Network said they were interested in our product.  The AquaVault beach vault is being featured on HSN.com and it will appear on the TV show during the July 4th weekend.

Being able to share the AquaVault with everyone who loves to go to the beach is very exciting.  The durable high impact ABS thermoplastic and 3-digit combination lock that keeps your valuables locked to your chair (instead of hidden under a towel), is a powerful deterrent to any would-be beach thief. Soon we will be on lots of other sites and in quite a few hotels but for now you can buy AquaVault right here on our site or at HSN.com.

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5 Ways To Use AquaVault

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We've rounded up the top 5 ways to use AquaVault to protect your things. With beach theft on the rise, security is our number 1 priority, but AquaVault won't just secure your valuables at the beach. Take a look at the other ways we're using AquaVault.

AquaVault personal outdoor safe

1. Your Chair: This is the most obvious use of AquaVault, and the most common. AquaVault's patented design allows the lockbox to attach to 95% of existing beach or deck chairs, whether it's on the armrest or the bar on the back. Put your valuables in the beach safe, and go for a swim.

 


AquaVault outdoor vault keeps your stuff safe on boats

2. Your Boat: The railing of a boat fits perfectly through AquaVault, so this is a no-brainer. When docked, AquaVault keeps things safe when you're away from the boat or while swimming. Plus it prevents things from falling overboard if waves roll through. While in motion, AquaVault can keep your valuables from bouncing around in the hull.

 


 

 

3. Your Bike: If your bike doesn't have a basket already, AquaVault can carry the things that won't fit in your pockets. If you stop and lock your bike up, you can be sure your AquaVault will stay with it, as well as everything inside.

AquaVault personal safe can go on bikes


 

Golf Cart Lockbox to keep your valuables safe while playing

4. Your Golfcart: Tossing your wallet and phone into the glovebox of a golf cart isn't the most secure way to store them. If you've ever run into the clubhouse to grab a quick snack, only to return to a missing phone, you'll know how useful the AquaVault lockbox can be.

 


 

AquaVault on a stroller

5. Your Stroller: You might think you'll never leave your stroller unattended, but you can turn your back for a second at an amusement park, and your purse disappears. Attaching AquaVault to the handle will give you peace-of-mind that your valuables won't go anywhere if you drop a pacifier. Plus, a little extra storage never hurt.

 


 

AquaVault at beach

Because its design is so versatile, AquaVault will secure itself to many different things. Have an interesting use for your AquaVault? Let us know in the comments section below!

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Travel Safety Tips

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Although some of these tips may seem like common sense, when we’re out enjoying ourselves on vacation, these safety rules can be easily forgotten.

  1. Make 2 copies of all of your important documents (passport, credit cards, driver’s license). Put one copy in your hotel room vault, leave one copy at home with someone you can contact from afar, take a photo of each document and keep it on your phone.
  2. Don’t carry all of your money with you; keep some in the hotel room vault. When traveling, keep your valuables in more than one location, e.g. in your pocket and in your bag, or in a money belt and in a wallet. Don’t keep it all in one spot.  Also, leave the passport in the hotel room safe.
  3. Know where you’re going. Review maps and directions before heading out for the day. Write down the name and address of your hotel or destination to show to drivers or those you might ask for directions.
  4. If you don’t know the language, learn a few key phrases, and consider putting a translator app on your phone.
  5. Always travel with your medication (and contact lenses) in your carry-on bag.
  6. Keep a list of emergency numbers in your wallet or bag, i.e. a list of who should be contacted if something happens to you.
  7. When you check into your hotel, know where the fire exits and stairs are located. Keep your shoes and bag handy to grab if you have to leave quickly.
  8. Be aware of your belongings. When you sit in a restaurant, café or on public transportation, keep your bag on your lap or between your feet. At the very least attach the straps to the leg of your chair. When you get up to leave, take a look back at where you were to make sure you haven’t left a bag, sweater or any other item.
  9. Make friends with the locals but don’t follow them into unsafe areas or eat or drink anything that they are not eating or drinking too. Check the Lonely Planet’s “Thorn Tree” forum for common scams – they are boundless!
  10. Have fun, be open to new adventures and experiences (that’s the point of travel after all) but keep your wits about you and pay attention.
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