Cannon TV Wall Vault

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posted on January 16, 2014
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It's one of those products that Cannon Security Products' competitors are probably asking: Why didn't we think of that? The new TV Mount Wall Safe is a security solution that might even prevent a would-be thief from wanting to steal your flat-screen. While it weighs a hefty 22 pounds, that's probably a good thing in this case, as its arm can hold up to an 80-pound or 65-inch TV. Other features include an electronic lock, two override keys, upholstered interior walls, steel construction, a false-bottom secret compartment and two LED interior lights. MSRP is $399.99. To see this safe in action, watch the video below. For more information, visit CannonSecurityProducts.com.

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