Luxury containers: Arcarius safes

Design-wise, the safes use such materials as wood and leather, and fine craftsmanship. The safes can be also customized.

After noting how hotel safes are often hidden out of sight in a cupboard or wardrobe, Arcarius designed some luxury safes that can be displayed in upscale and luxury hotel rooms.

In a statement, Arcarius CEO Christian Pperdomo said that the company “wants its safes to form part of an experience and to become an important feature for luxury hotels.”

The Arcarius safes have user-friendly locking system with biometric identification already incorporated. Users can also communicate with the safes in real time via a high-security app on their smartphone. Arcarius safes can be equipped with USB chargers, and can detect when a hotel guest has left something behind, alerting them at check-out via the app. The customizable safes use natural materials like wood and leather.

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