The Sprinkler Hide-A-Key

by Ally

Everyone knows about the cheesy rocks with hidden compartments and the trick of hiding the key underneath the welcome mat.  However, if you’re on the lookout for a solution that won’t be quite so obvious, those two tricks aren’t exactly ideal.  You might go for something a bit more subtle like this Sprinkler-Hide-A-Key.  It will blend in great with your garden as well as the rest of your sprinklers.  Just try not to forget which is the hide-a-key and which is just another sprinkler.

The only issue is that these won’t exactly work for those that not only don’t have any sprinklers, but have a half dead lawn and shriveled dead flowers in the garden.  With that combination this hide-a-key is probably going to look a little out of place.  It’s made out of durable commercial grade black PVC plastic.  So it might hold up to you accidentally hitting it with the shovel a couple of times.  It will cost you $6.95 on AJ Prindle.

Source: Bookofjoe

2 reviews or comments

Zac Says: January 4, 2009 at 10:36 am

Looks like an anti-personnel mine. Maybe that’s enough to keep people away from it.

Monday’s Gallery of Gadgets » Coolest Gadgets Says: January 5, 2009 at 6:07 am

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