Buffalo, NY, July 27, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Hundreds of students often live in a single college dorm building, making safety and security a top concern. DormCo.com, the premier online vendor for college dorm supplies, has added a new supply of dorm security products for electronics, cash, and other valuables.
The Iron Brick Safe – Portable Laptop Safe, a DormCo exclusive product, recently launched on the site. The safe can hold laptops up to 15” or tablets, e-readers and other valuables, according to DormCo. The included steel cable wraps around an object to prevent the safe itself from being stolen, while the key lock keeps the laptop and other valuable safe inside.
“A laptop is probably a college student’s most valuable possession,” said Jeff Gawronski, owner of DormCo. “Laptops are expensive, so we wanted to introduce a product specifically designed to keep them safe. Not only does the safe prevent theft, but the padded interior prevents damage to your laptop.”
Besides the Iron Brick Safe, DormCo also added the TabletSafe – Multi-Storage Safe to its dorm security lineup. Currently, the TabletSafe is available for pre-sale only, but it will be fully available Aug. 1, according to DormCo. The TabletSafe sports a slim pocket in the door of the safe designed to hold an iPad or other tablet. The safe also features two adjustable shelves to keep other valuables, like a passport and camera, secure.
“This is a really useful new product,” Gawronski said. “It’s the perfect place to store your wallet or expensive jewelry, and the tablet pocket is a must-have for college students. No one wants to come back from class to find their iPad stolen.”
Gawronski also recommended the Anti-Theft Lockdown Bag and the Mini Vault – College Dorm Safe for dorm room security. The Anti-Theft Bag’s slash-proof interior panel protects valuables, while the Mini Vault is an essential small safe for dorm rooms or travel, according to Gawronski. While each dorm security item has different features, all of them serve one purpose— preventing dorm room theft.
“Dorm security is not something you should take lightly,” Gawronski said. “You’ll be living with dozens, sometimes hundreds of people you don’t know, so it’s always best to be a little cautious and lock up your valuables. You will definitely sleep easier knowing your stuff is protected.”
To browse DormCo’s complete inventory of dorm security products, please visit www.dormco.com. For more information, and to have any questions answered, please contact DormCo at firstname.lastname@example.org or 888-925-2899.