Forget about hiding your keys under the doormat or in the mailbox any more, those are old methods that are straight out from the textbook. Why not do something more imaginative? For example, the Sprinkler Hide-A-Key that resides in your garden instead, remaining inconspicuous to all and sundry and will be one of the last places a conniving thief would look at.
Rather than the old standard under-the-doormat or inside a plastic rock, this fake inground sprinkler head offers a good place to put a set of spare keys or maybe an emergency USB flash drive. It looks like a regular sprinkler head and the tough water-tight plastic case holds multiple keys.
Made from a tough, water-tight plastic case, you can bring this home for $5.95 a pop. Of course, it won’t stop stalkers from finding out where you place your keys, but at least dumber thieves who don’t check out their future victims and their key hiding position earlier will have a tougher time figuring how to perform a minimal fuss entry.