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HitchSafe

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I was refered to this product by a friend and local kayak retail store owner Doug Davis.   Doug is an avid kayaker and his store sells a multitude of kayaks and kayak accessories.   He, especially during his white water excursions, understands the importance of stashing your keys and money in a safe and secure location.   This is a great product for us kayak anglers that want to stash your keys and other personals while your out there on the water kayak fishing.

The HitchSafe slides into your current standard 2" Hitch Receiver on your Truck, SUV or Van and is secured inside the Receiver Hitch via two bolt retaining bars inside the HitchSafe. The Hitch Receiver itself is a solid steel vault that combined with the HitchSafe provides the most secure location on your vehicle to store spare keys, credit cards, cash and driver's license!!

To access your keys you simply release the Rubber dust cover (made to look like any normal Hitch Cover), enter in your personal 4 number dial combination, which then releases the drawer and allows access to your keys, cards or more...

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The HitchSafe easily installs/uninstalls in seconds with no tools required!
Great for outdoor activities where taking keys along is a hassle or they can become lost.

 

This solution is far superior to the magnetic key holders that fall off at the first bump. If your magnetic Hide-A-Key has not joined the millions of them laying on the side of the road, you then have an open invitation for someone to steal your car because everyone knows where they are hidden! The HitchSafe is contained within the solid steel structure of the Hitch Receiver via a combination where only YOU can access your keys when needed.

 

For more information about this product please visit:  http://www.hitchsafe.com

 

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adam hayes

About the Author: Adam Hayes is an avid kayak angler and the Co. Founder of YakAngler.com. He enjoys spending time on the water with his friends and family and really just about anything than involves growing the sport of kayak fishing.

 

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