Tesla Coils Car Alarm
When Nikola Tesla got creative with transformers and driver circuits at the turn of the 20th century he probably had no idea that others would have so much fun with his concepts over a hundred years later.
One such guy is an Australian named Peter who runs a website called TeslaDownUnder, which showcases all his wacky Tesla ways, or rather electrickery, as Peter calls it.
The literally electrifying alarm consists of a Tesla coil placed on top of a car. A rod would jut out towards the ground and when switched on, the electrifying sparks would encircle the car and put the thief in a mortal dilemma.link
Hidden Wall Safe
The Hidden Wall Safe is handy because most burglars spend less than six minutes inside a victim`s home and only have time to check the most obvious places for valuables. These unique wall safes allow you to hide valuables inside one of many identical looking wall outlets you already have in your home, the last place someone is likely to look. According to the Chicago Police these units are better than a locked safe and a hundred times cheaper. Worried about the outlet cover not matching your other outlets? No sweat, you can interchange any standard plug cover for this one to match your other plugs. link
Home Security Paintball Gun Turret
Do you live in a rough neighborhood? Instead of getting a dog for you backyard have a look at this Paintball Sentry Gun. When you go out for the day just turn it on and you will be totally protected. When you return you will probably have to escort a few kids out from behind your tree where they took cover but that is a small price to pay for piece of mind. There isn’t much detail on the operation but it seems like a camera looks for movement and fires at it. link
Anti-Theft MacBook Sleeves Masquerade as Folded Newspapers
Do you disguise your MacBook as a security measure? A couple of computer case makers think it’s an effective strategy.
Mitemite’s Newspaper MacBook Sleeve is a computer bag made from plasticized fabric and designed to thwart computer theft by camouflaging your MacBook Pro as a folded newspaper. The sleeve measures 37.7cm x 27.5cm x 3.4cm and is available masquerading as any of five different newspapers in various languages (including the Herald Tribune in English).link
Anti-Theft Lunch Bag
Stealing your co-worker’s lunch is a downright contemptible act, that is, if it’s perpetrated by someone other than you.
But, if you’ve ever had your lunch stolen, you know the the frustration and anger it causes.
You know the revenge and ill-will it inspires.
And you know that no matter how well you try to hide your lunch bag at the back of the refrigerator, something’s gonna be missing when you open it.
Well, lament no more.
The Anti-Theft Lunch Bag to the rescue….
Anti-Theft Lunch Bags are regular sandwich bags that have green splotches printed on both sides.
After your sandwich is placed inside, no one will want to touch it.
Brief Safe Scares Away Thieves
Wait, wait! Before you run away, these skid-marked shorts are fake. What a great place to store your valuables! The Brief Safe from Shomer-Tec Law Enforcement & Military Equipment lets you hide cash, jewelry, or documents in the Velcro-closing fly of these bloomers that need a good washin’.
Think about it—what thief in his right mind would be rummaging around inside a shitty pair of underpants? link
Anti Theft Devices For Cars And Bikes
Rather then relying on electronic keys, steering wheel locks and even car alarms, this deterrent consists of simple temporary car stickers that resemble rust and scratches. Affix these stickers to your new car to give it the appearance of being an old used car, not worth stealing.
These stickers can be used on both cars and bikes. The designer uses these stickers on his bike and does recognize the simplicity of this deterrent and comments “I have stuck them to my shiney new red bike and can confirm it hasn’t been stolen yet. 13 days of not being stolen in London.” link