Hiding emergency keys

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Hiding emergency keys
« on: June 11, 2020, 08:06:27 AM »
Hi folks , I’m sure this is an old question but what ideas do you have for having an emergency key but difficult to get to ? How do you make it inaccessible but accessible at the same time ! Thanks

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Re: Hiding emergency keys
« Reply #1 on: June 11, 2020, 10:51:19 AM »
Hi folks , I’m sure this is an old question but what ideas do you have for having an emergency key but difficult to get to ? How do you make it inaccessible but accessible at the same time ! Thanks

Hello Caen,

The only real solution is to offer your Mistress the possibility of checking that the emergency keys are not used (this can be done at the same time as the chastity check). 
For this, the locking must be done in video, ideally the key that will be in the vault must have a numbered plastic padlock and the security key also. 
The security key must be put in a transparent box (a Ferrero box for example) sealed by means of numbered sealing strips (it does not cost much, see Link below : https://www.amazon.co.uk/Hologram-Numbered-Stickers-Tamper-Evident-Authentic/dp/B01HQJ3HTS/ref=sr_1_2?keywords=tamper+stickers&qid=1564282994&s=books&sr=8-2). 
The whole operation must be filmed in full at once, all control numbers must be presented to the camera to allow verification.  (the file is too big to be sent by Discord, you will have to use a file sharing site like Dropbox fie exemple). 
Once it's done, each time your Mistress will want to verify that your security key is not used, she will just need to ask you for a photo of the transparent box with the seal strips intact.  This can be supplemented by a proof of date (such as a cash register ticket or a newspaper with the date visible) next to the box.

  So your Mistress will know if you have used the emergency key and you will have to prove that there was a real emergency.

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Re: Hiding emergency keys
« Reply #2 on: June 11, 2020, 11:01:13 AM »
Merci pour le conseil, je crois que pour moi ça serait très compliqué . Au même temps je peux voir la logique . Et j’apprécie ta réponse.
Néanmoins je cherche un façon ou on peut le fait si l’on a serré le verrou soi-meme. Mon idée et pour cacher un ou deux clés dans une espace publique , sous une pierre dans le parc par exemple . Difficile d’accéder simplement . Cordialement Paul

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« Reply #3 on: June 11, 2020, 11:20:34 AM »
Merci pour le conseil, je crois que pour moi ça serait très compliqué . Au même temps je peux voir la logique . Et j’apprécie ta réponse.
Néanmoins je cherche un façon ou on peut le fait si l’on a serré le verrou soi-meme. Mon idée et pour cacher un ou deux clés dans une espace publique , sous une pierre dans le parc par exemple . Difficile d’accéder simplement . Cordialement Paul

In this case, I suppose you can put it in a station, hotel or airport locker, in a bubble envelope, leaving a note with your phone number (in case they open the locker to verify that  there is no bomb)

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Re: Hiding emergency keys
« Reply #4 on: June 11, 2020, 11:53:54 AM »
Obviously, to be perfect such a system,

you should wear a geolocated and connected bracelet comparable to the bracelets that are imposed on certain prisoners on parole in France...
 So that your Maitresse can verify that you are not going to be ready to  your key stash.

Re: Hiding emergency keys
« Reply #5 on: June 11, 2020, 05:12:38 PM »
In my personal opinion numbered locks are a very good option. I myself use these: https://www.amazon.de/dp/B07PXHSZ3C/ref=cm_sw_r_em_apa_i_3xL4Eb0Y79TPP
These are individual numbered seals. They are made of aluminium with a steel wire. They are made for sealing shipping containers and can't be opened. And they are not bigger, but way lighter than normal padlocks.
But if there is an emergency the wire can easily cut with a wire cutter.
These locks are laser engraved so the number can't get scraped off. A problem I personally experienced with plastic locks.
Foto proof with a valid date, problem solved.

:) Just a suggestion...

Re: Hiding emergency keys
« Reply #6 on: June 18, 2020, 10:51:33 PM »
Hi, I have a suggestion for how I do it.

Re: Hiding emergency keys
« Reply #7 on: June 18, 2020, 11:09:30 PM »
I put the emergency key in a glass jar and epoxy the lid permanently closed by placing 'J-B Weld two part epoxy (follow instructions) to the inside of the lid. Then the glass jar can be broken incase of an emergency. I use 'MaraNatha' peanut or almond butter from my local grocery store. I like the lid the best, because the lid is white and has a manufacture date and number that is never the same on any jar. I just place the jar in a towel and hit it with a hammer (or equal) to break the glass jar to get my emergency key in hand. The jar is easily taken just about anywhere and can be randomly inspected by your 'Key holder' for any tampering and verification of the jars code for any switch up being tried. I tape the key inside, sand down the inside of the metal lid until I see shinny metal and glue it upside down to the glass jar so the glue does not run down the inside of the glass, but stays put around the lid and the top of the jar. Gravity is not your friend here. I let it all set upside down for 24 hours until glue is set. A copy of the lid can be taped to the inside of the jar and also a label saying 'Only break glass incase of an emergency' as well. Hope this all helps!