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Seeing a coupon in a Harbor Freight ad, I got to thinking about buying a safe, but then considering the possibility of it breaking the digital locking mechanism, I became reluctant. All I need is a safe that I can't open. It's not that I have anything terribly valuable, but I like the idea of having a place that prying eyes can't spy into.
How reliable are digital safes, especially considering the source?
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