Sprinkler Hide-A-Key

Sprinkler Hide-A-Key

Having a hideaway key for your house can be very important especially if you are like me and instinctually lock the door behind you every time you go out. The real issue is finding the right spot and having something that will protect the key from rust and the outdoor elements. The Sprinkler Hide-A-Key is perfect for all you suburbanites that are looking for a spot to hide your keys. The water-tight plastic container can hold several keys or other valuables and has a screw on top. Just switch out one of your unused water heads or stick it in the ground and no one will be able to tell the difference.

Yard Sprinkler Hide-A-Key

Sprinkler Hide-A-Key

Rather than the old standard under-the-doormat or inside a plastic rock, this fake inground sprinkler head offers a good place to put a set of spare keys or maybe an emergency USB flash drive. It looks like a regular sprinkler head and the tough water-tight plastic case holds multiple keys.

  • Looks like a regular sprinkler head
  • Tough water-tight plastic case holds multiple keys
  • Screw cap
  • Dimensions: 3.5″ x 1.3″ dia. (8.9 x 3.3cm)

You can pick up the Sprinkler Hide-A-Key at ThinkGeek for just $5.99.  Here are two other cool stash boxes for your valuables: D Battery Stash Box and Spy Bolt Container.

1 Comment

  1. the hiding places for keys are all pretty nifty, but I’m sure by now every crook with a computer has checked sites like this as well.

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