HitchSafe Key Vault Customer Reviews
18 Customer Reviews
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Carrying keys or credit cards while adventuring in Mother Nature is a real drag, and the last thing you need is for your valuables to escape your pockets. Keep them safe in the HitchSafe Key Vault.
The HitchSafe Key Vault fits most standard 2” hitch receivers to give you a 1.25” W x 3. 5625” L x 1.75” H combination safe. Crafted from solid, rust-resistant high-impact aluminum alloy, this mobile-vault is extremely secure and durable. Plus, with 10,000 possible lock combinations, your valuables are safe from potential theft.
Your HitchSafe vault also boasts a zero-locking feature for easy in-the-dark opening. All of the chrome-plated brass dials lock at the zero digit—allowing you to count up until you hit your chosen security combination. And, as a final security measure, the HitchSafe Key Vault comes with a rubber dust cover to disguise your vault.
Your key vault isn’t just easy to use, it’s easy to install. It goes on quickly without tools, and two bolt retaining bars keep it locked within your receiver hitch. What’s even better, your HitchSafe Key Vault carries a 1-year warranty.
Our 10+ HitchSafe Key Vault customer reviews have an average rating of 4.50 out of 5 stars. To see specific reviews about your vehicle, please select your year, make and model from the drop down above.
18 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Joseph G (SAN ANTONIO, TX) Reviewed for a 2011 Toyota Tacoma — Mar 27, 2013 1:12 PM
I have been locked out of my house three times since i've lived in it, and one time had to fork over 150 bucks for the locksmith to get back into the house, the HitchSafe hasn't came to rescue yet, but i'm excited for the day when it does! I love how completely secure it is, and if you didn't know it was there, you wouldn't even notice it!
Reviewed by Michael C (Bessemer, AL) — Jan 17, 2013 12:45 AM
You might want to measure the holes on your receiver hitch before ordering. I have a 2010 Dodge Ram 1500 and it was too short for the side pins to go in it. I gave it to my friends father whom has a 2004 just like mine. I loved it, until it didn't fit.
Reviewed by Nathaniel W (GLEN ALLEN, VA) Reviewed for a 2013 Jeep Wrangler — Oct 12, 2012 11:31 PM
I drive a lot and it feels great to know hat I always have a spare key safely stored with my vehicle. I only wish it could hold more. This is by far the best purchase I have made for my vehicle.
Reviewed by David S (Duxbury, MA) Reviewed for a 2012 Toyota 4Runner — Oct 11, 2012 4:34 AM
It malfunctioned & is now permanently, well, it's broken. There's a tiny little spring which is supposed to release the drawer & open the safe. The spring came right off the rear wall where it's supposed to be intact. Pretty disappointed. It is so difficult to open now. There is absolutely no possible way for me to fix it. And I shouldn't have to-
Reviewed by Jordan R (Holloman Air Force Base, NM) Reviewed for a 2006 Mitsubishi Raider — Jun 13, 2012 8:31 PM
Item Fits perfectly and does what it says it would do. I keep a spare key in here with some cash for "JIC" situations... installation took only about 5 mins and the dust cap/protector cap conceals the vault nicely! The only complaint that I have is that the dust cap/cover feels a little loose. all in all, a good product!
Reviewed by jeffrey l (Cameron, MO) Reviewed for a 2008 Toyota RAV4 — Jan 25, 2012 12:59 AM
Installed without a hitch. Instructions were simple. Works great so far. A little worried about someone taking the cover off and seeing the safe. Would like to have the cover secured in some way. Other than that pretty handy. Should come in handy if locked out or need a card or cash. Want to get another for my Tundra. If you have a Toyota, Some model with a factory hitch like my 2009 Tundra need a differ4ent pin for the HitchSafe. It's about $10.00 more so make sure you order the correct one.
Reviewed by Alex H (Bozeman, MT) — Nov 09, 2011 7:03 PM
It should be obvious that large objects will not fit inside, but I had trouble putting my electronic door opener inside. To boot, creditcards barely fit, diagonally. I suppose thinning the walls of the hitchsafe would reduce the security of it. Other than the size I'm satisfied. Sucks that I had to spend extra to buy pins for my tacoma hitch, maybe they should just let that be an option. But on the other side, i now have two sets of pins that should work with any vehicle, should i change my ride.
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