OK, help me out here. An entrepreneur by the name of Marcal DaCunha has invented a contraption he calls the “Beach Vault”. As the name implies, the “Vault” is supposed to keep beachgoers’ valuables safe from thieves when they go for a dip in the sea or otherwise leave their belongings unguarded.
As you are about to see in the images and video that follow, the Beach Vault is a kind of a locker where you put your valuables and that can be screwed into the sand and concealed there. Well, so far so good.
But the first question that came to my mind was what is there to prevent a thief from taking the whole “vault” and run with it? Not to mention that screwing this thing into the sand will inevitably attract attention. Mr. DaCunha believes this to be less likely to happen than when you are leaving belongings out in the open, but I remain unconvinced. What do you think?
1. That is the “Beach Vault”.
2. The vault is screwed into the sand and concealed.
3. It’s waterproof, so you can place all of your valuables in there and don’t worry about water getting in.
4. The vault under X-Ray.
5. The inventor — Marcal DaCunha.
6. That’s how it’s supposed to work.
7. Just put everything in there.
8. The vault has a waterproof lid.
Here is the video:
Source: YouTube / maynews.
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