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  1. #11
    I keep my keys in a small cooler- I can somewhat keep an eye on it with a towel, etc in a pile. I guess if someone wanted to nab it there is not much you can do. Good Lord, I hate thieves. Why did the jerk take your keys? Number one on my next car- Remote Entry.

  2. #12
    That blows.

    I use a hide a key with a combo lock on it. I figure it's just enough deterrent because you'd need a major tool to break it open.

    Most lazy ass thieves don't have the time, and will move on to an easier score... I hope...

  3. #13
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    So I surf the first couple of jetties in and around Asbury Park, N.J. I will say no more! Oh, that's right it's making a huge come back if you like expensive food, pawn shops, crack and heroin!! Back to the subject, I drive with my valet key which I have tied a shoelace around it. Before I zip and put my hood up I wear it around my neck. Once your suit is zipped it does not move throughout your session. This has worked for years. Do not have extra crap displayed in your vehicle, GPS units or music devices. Hide everything you can!

  4. #14
    bummer.. just bought a hitch safe. best thing ever

  5. #15
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    beat sauce man. Good Ole Sleaside. In these days we have to get more creative with hiding the keys. Pretty much any thief knows to look in the wheel wells and the gas flap. Shytty way to start off the New Year.

    Look into getting PREY on your next phone. It's free.....and if you had it already, you would already know where your stuff is. This way you could have found the perp and crushed his larynx.

    http://preyproject.com/

  6. #16
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    That sucks...hopefully you somehow find the scumbag. Anyway, I was worried about this too, so I picked up an Aquapac: http://usstore.aquapac.net/explore-p...alers-608.html

    It works great...kind of bulky, but I just stick it down my back and it doesn't bother me. I've been using it several months and no issues so far.

  7. #17
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    Quote Originally Posted by meatloaf View Post
    I always boof my keys befor getting in the water


    X2 .. Only safe place i can think of

  8. #18
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    They will get what they deserve no doubt. Typical Seaside .....

  9. #19
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    cars with electric chips

    Just make a copy of your key at your local hardware store for $2 and hide your real key in your car somewhere. the copy will unlock your doors but will not start your engine and therefore you dont have to worry about it getting wet

  10. #20
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    Quote Originally Posted by darippah View Post
    Just make a copy of your key at your local hardware store for $2 and hide your real key in your car somewhere. the copy will unlock your doors but will not start your engine and therefore you dont have to worry about it getting wet
    Exactly. Pretty much all wetsuits and boardshorts have a key loop/pocket in them. Nothing safer than having the key on you rather than hidden somewhere/buried in the sand.