A new generation of
a personal safe that
charges your electronic
devices as it keeps
Sponsored by: MyCube Safe
The founders of MyCube, Scott Annan and Lois Krasilovsky, have been dealing with safekeeping their whole lives. Lois’s father was the president of Empire Safe, which built and installed safes and vaults for some of the worlds greatest jewelers. Scott and Lois, a mother and son team, realized that in today’s highly technical world many people have a need for a safe that not only protects their valuables, but charges them as well! That is why they developed and launched MyCube in Fall 2012. MyCube has been featured in Wired magazine, Wired magazine’s holiday pop-up store in Soho, NYC, California Closets, and Tekserve. They come in six colors and can fit up to a 17 inch laptop. Mine is orange, my favorite color. I just love all the colors they come in. There is one for everyone. These are the perfect gift idea for anyone in the family, especially those kids you have off in college.
If you know me at all you know that I am totally into technology and I have to have the latest and greatest. This safe is working out great for me because I can safely store my gadgets while charging them. I am one busy gal and I love killing two birds with one stone.
MyCube is made of eighth-inch thick reinforced steel with a 4-digit code digital keypad for quick opening and one-button push locking. The digital lock triggers two tamper-proof steel bolts, which keep the door tightly closed.
MyCube has an internal charging outlet with a battery powered digital LED screen keypad and a manual over-ride. It is a manageable 40 pounds, and can be bolted securely to floors, cabinets or shelves.
Outside Dimensions: 11” H x 20.5” W x 14.5” D
Opening Dimensions (clearance): 9” H x 16” W
Internal Dimensions: 10”H x 20” W x 11 1/4” D
Door Length at 90 degree full opening: 16 5/8”
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Disclosure: I received a free product from the sponsor to review. I received no monetary compensation and my opinions are my own and were not influenced by the sponsor.