Are you headed to the beach or pool this summer? We recently found the best little product that is a must-have when headed out to the beach this Summer called SafeGo. It’s the best way to keep all of your valuable items safe and dry while you enjoy your time in the water. SafeGo is a super strong and durable little safe that you can take with you on the go to keep your phone, keys, wallet, and more.
It’s specially designed to attach to a lawn chair, umbrella, or any object really to stay nice and secure while you are away. It’s small and lightweight so you can easily carry it with you anywhere you need to go but still big enough to easily fit all your valuable items. Super strong and durable made of high impact ABS plastic. It’s also water resistant so even if water splashes on it items stay dry. It also has a hole for earbuds so you can secure your phone inside but still listen to your music.
We use ours all the time not just at the beach. I have attached it to the stroller when we are out at the zoo or other public places so I don’t have to worry about walking away from purse when chasing the kiddos. We have taken it on the boat to keep our phones safe from water splashes. We have even taken it in motel rooms so we can put our valuable items in it to keep them safe while we are away from the room. It’s super convenient in a variety of settings.
Where Can You Find SafeGo:
Visit the SafeGo website for more information.
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