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Cannon Security’s RadioVault secures valuables by fingerprint recognition


Cannon Security recently introduced its latest electronic security device, the RadioVault.

The RadioVault is a combination of an electronic safe, a clock, and a powered speaker-equipped radio dock for iPhones or iPods. It is available in two colour variations which is black or white. Cannon Security’s RadioVault uses a biometric fingerprint scanner to unlock its vault and features a special program that enables multiple user access. This biometric program allows registering 120 different fingerprints and has a distinct algorithmic fingerprint reader that updates its existing fingerprint files constantly and stores even the smallest changes into its memory.

RadioVault is a discreet electronic safe that also utilizes reinforced steel construction to secure valuables. Its safety vault compartment has a padded liner and measures 9.5 inches wide by 6.75 inches long by 1.75 inches deep. This makes it an ideal place to store your cash, jewellery, your important papers, passport, or even your gun.

Although the RadioVault has a preinstalled dock for an iPhone or iPod, this does not necessarily mean that it needs it to work. It can also be used as a standalone dual alarm clock radio. Hence, it uses your iPhone or iPod’s time and plays your iTunes music through its built-in speakers. RadioVault is also quite handy because it charges your device at the same time.

The RadioVault does not really look like a safe on its physical appearance but the makers’ guarantee that it is as secure as other electronic safes. Cannon Security’s RadioVault is well-recognized for its unique design and costs only $399.00

In your opinion, do you think that Cannon Security’s latest innovation is secure enough to be stored with your valuables?

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