Teaching Kids Responsibility With a Digital Security Safe

I received product/compensation in exchange for sharing my honest opinion.

I cannot even count how many times a day I tell my kids to be more responsible with their items. From the money they received from Christmas to their new fitness watches, they tend to throw them stuff in a pile on their nightstand – which they share.

How did I teach my kids responsibility with their valuables?

I got each of them a small digital safe from SentrySafe. Not only does the safe look hardcore, not flimsy and plastic like ones they have owned in the past, but they can each have their own digital codes. No dial to mess with or silly codes (Left to 10, Right to 20, Left to 24…) to remember.

The SentrySafe Small Digital Safe is a secure nook for prized possessions and other small valuables. It is something too that will be something your child can use forever basically, heck I want my own one! It is a safe designed for all ages, with so many uses.

Perfect for:

  • Young kids to start learning responsibility
  • College students in dorms
  • Elderly in nursing homes

Features to appreciate on this small digital safe:

  • Solid-steel and pry-resistant construction

  • Digital keypad that you can program to a code up to eight digits that you’ll remember

  • Two override keys – perfect for parents to keep safe just in case kids forget the code or if the batteries die (although it will beep to notify you when it is time to change the batteries.)

  • Bolt-down capabilities to securely mount their safe to a fixed object, to deter theft of the safe as a whole.
  • Soft insert on the bottom to protect your items from a rough surface

  • Small enough that it can be moved but not something you’d carry around

Honestly, this safe has become each of my kids favorite item. They love the responsibility of their own code and safe and I love that I can access it, if need be. The safe is not big enough for a tablet but it is big enough to hold items such as money, a phone, watch or other small cherished trinkets. My one son even decorated his to personalize it.

With my boys especially sharing a room, I love that they can have some sense of privacy with their new safes. I haven’t had to yell yet either than they left something valuable laying out, now they can’t wait to put their stuff away in the safes.

Funny how something so simple as a safe has become such a hit in our household. It may not sound like a good gift but believe me when I say that it will get used. It is one of those items too that once you have, you think how did you live without it before.

BUY IT: Check out the SentrySafe Digital Safe for where to find it near you.

 

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  1. Leah Shumack says:

    I would put it in my bedroom!

  2. Trisha McKee says:

    I would keep this in my home office.

  3. hmmm it would be a toss up between keeping it in a closet in our home office or maybe keeping it out in the garage- either way it would great to have a safe place for our important documents

  4. Tabathia B says:

    I would use it in my bedroom

  5. Laurie Nykaza says:

    I would love this to keep my important papers in my office looks great to use.

  6. Tammy Woodall says:

    I would use it in my bedroom closet to keep my important documents and valuables.

  7. Cheryl Gebhart says:

    This is a great idea! My son could really learn how to protect his valuables. Not everything is to share with everyone and this would be perfect for that!

  8. Lyndsey R. says:

    I would also give mine to my son. He would love something small and secure in his room like this.

  9. Buddy Garrett says:

    My wife would use it in the bedroom.

  10. I would put it in my room for personal items. Thank you for this great giveaway.

  11. I think it would be perfect for our guest room.

  12. I would use this in my closet for our passports

  13. Bryan Vice says:

    I would use this in my closet i would put my valuables in it and my handgun that i just bought

  14. laura feist says:

    in my office

  15. kathy pease says:

    I would use this in my bedroom for jewelry and valuables

  16. donna porter says:

    I would keep my important papers in the safe.

  17. MARSHALL PHILLIPS says:

    I would keep all of our important papers in it.

  18. Kayla Klontz says:

    I would use this at home for important keepsakes.

  19. At my house

  20. Jennifer H. says:

    I would use this at my house.

  21. I would use it in our home office

  22. My grandson would use this in his room.

  23. I would use this for my home and keep important papers in it.

  24. shannon fowler says:

    I would use this for our important papers as well as some of our expensive jewelry.

  25. Jillian Too says:

    I would use it in my closet.

  26. Christina Sparks says:

    I would use it in my home office.

  27. Darla Peduzzi says:

    I would keep personal papers and pictures in the safe. I like Sentry products.

  28. I’d keep documents and some old family photos and keep this at home.

  29. I would use this in my home to hold my important paperwork.

  30. Julie Waldron says:

    I would probably gift it to our daughter & son in law.

  31. Bryan Vice says:

    I would put it in my bedroom in my closet to keep it more secured

  32. I would use this safe in my office at work.

  33. I would give it to my grandson, he is doing so good at saving money

  34. Antoinette M says:

    My son would probably like this in his dorm room.

  35. Kathy Scott says:

    I would give it to my son in college. He worries about his stuff disappearing from his room because of roommates.

  36. michelle hill says:

    I would keep it in my closet with all my kids baby memories inside of it. I lost all my baby stuff in a fire so I would love the chance to keep these memories safe

  37. Sonya Allstun says:

    would use this in my bedroom in back top side of closet

  38. Bryan Vice says:

    I would put it under my bed i could put some valuables inside it and I’m planning on buying a pistol i would put it in there for safety

  39. I’d use it in the up stairs bedroom for my hand gun !

  40. Michelle C says:

    I would use this in my office. It would be great to store a usb drive with important information!

  41. Ann Fantom says:

    If i won, I would use the safe in our home office to store important documents like our passports, house deed, car titles etc.

  42. Peggy Nunn says:

    I would use the safe in the bedroom to keep my watch and rings in.

  43. Arlene Mccurdy says:

    really like that it two ways to open

  44. Debbie Penney says:

    I would gift this to my nephew 🙂

  45. Elizabeth says:

    I would give this safe to my teenage Granddaughter.

  46. Billie Bernal says:

    I would use it in my bedroom.

  47. I would probably use this in my room for my medication. Not that I think anyone would rob them, but to ensure that little hands don’t reach them!

  48. Gina Ferrell says:

    I would use this safe in my bedroom.

  49. Pam Halligan says:

    I would use it in my bedroom.

  50. Ryan Schenk says:

    I would use this safe in my home and put it in my attic. I would store all of my momentos from my deceased family members as well as some cash. That’s all that can be said.

  51. Christine Weary says:

    I would use the safe at home

  52. Cheryl Chervitz says:

    I would use it in our bedroom to keep all of our important papers safe.

  53. vickie couturier says:

    i would use this safe to keep my important papers in to keep them from getttng lost

  54. We would put this in my sons room.

  55. I would keep this in my bedroom. It would be a great way to save special occasion money and put jewelry in.

  56. i’d use this in our home office

  57. I’d keep it in my closet for important documents.

  58. Teresa Kunberger says:

    This would be perfect for my family. I would store our important papers

  59. Holly Thomas says:

    I would use this in my bedroom for medications.

  60. This would be a great addition to a child’s bedroom for practicing responsibility.

  61. This is nice. It is good to teach them about security. I try to be careful, this weekend our perps came into our complex at night and broke the doors to many storage bins, including mine, and stole much of my stuff. It feels so strange to have been invaded like that, on top of losing some good stuff. I have to try to decide if I want file a claim, as soon as I do, I will lose my discount for never filing a claim in 20 years. Many kids nowadays don’t lock anything – their cars (often leave the keys in them) and get stolen, the door to their apartment, leave their handbag and walk off – you are SO right to have them get on the right track.

  62. Marilyn Nawara says:

    I would give this to my son to use in his apartment. He needs this for money, gift cards and meds.

  63. I would love to win this for my daughter! She is looking for something just like this to keep important paperwork and information!

  64. I would use this for my home office.

  65. Linda Madden says:

    I would use this in my office room.

  66. Beth Hill says:

    My college son wants a safe for his apartment, I would give to him

  67. I would use this in my bedroom. I am really impressed by how nice this safe is. It looks like it would really keep things “Safe”.

  68. Onyinye Elochukwu says:

    I would use this in the office.

  69. I’d use it in my bedroom.

  70. Sandy Klocinski says:

    I would use this safe in my office to protect some valuables such my expensive watches, documents and jewelry.

  71. Robin Abrams says:

    I would use this safe in my office room.

  72. I would defiantly use this in my room