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Pepsi Storage Can Secret Stash Soft Drink Diversion Safe Compartment Hidden 375ml


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Pepsi Stash Can

375ml Soft Drink Can
Diversion Safe – Can Safe – Secret Safe

The best way to hide your valuables, jewellery and cash in plain sight. The diversion safes are a unique home security product. Valuables can be discreetly stored inside these everyday product containers and kept in their seemingly rightful places.

Valuables we’ve been told our customers use these diversion safes to hide include cash, jewellery, written notes, even to hide parents’ lolly stash from their kids!

How does it work?
The top of these genuine 375ml soft drink can diversion safes screws off to reveal a clean space for small valuables.

The internal dimensions of the storage compartment are 9cm deep, 4.4cm wide (diameter).
The opening of the storage compartment is 3.1cm at the widest part of the circle (diameter).

The storage compartment, when closed, is completely watertight and airtight.

Weighted for accuracy, the cans feel like a real unopened can. When shaken the cans even sound like they contain liquid!

Made to the highest standards of quality. Made in Australia from original Australian cans.
Beware of others selling international products that differ in size, design and quality from our Australian products.

Can go with you on holiday, in the car, on business trips or stay at home safely in a cupboard, on the shelf, in the shed or even in the fridge – wherever you would normally carry or store cans!

These make great gifts!



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