Personal Security Cases from Stack-On Products

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posted on September 21, 2011
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People are on the go more than ever, and securing valuables while traveling is more of a concern than before. Stack-On Products has introduced two new steel security cases that incorporate a slim line design, allowing the user to slip the case under a seat of a car, into a briefcase or into a suitcase for added security and peace of mind.

These compact cases are designed to secure a wallet, credit cards, most cell phones or a handgun during transit. They also meet TSA airline firearm guidelines.

A foam interior helps protect contents during transit, and a n included 1,500-pound-test steel cable keeps the case secure when it is looped around any fixed object and through the cable slot in the body of the case. Locking the case keeps the cable in place.

One unit locks with a double-bitted key-coded cylinder lock, while the other case locks with a three-tumbler combination locking system so you'll have no keys to worry about.

Dimensions
Width: 6.5 inches
Depth: 9.5 inches
Height: 1.75 inches

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