As living spaces got smaller in big cities and communities, modern-day safe designers decided to take upon themselves to make sure your valuables are safe even in an environment that doesn't support large, tough-to-crack safes. And although you may have limited room in your apartment, you are bound to have at least one piece of furniture with an in-built drawer – and are therefore a perfect candidate for the purchase of a drawer safe.
The small size of a drawer safe makes it easier to crack it open than its larger, more solidly built counterparts. On the other hand, the main advantage of such safe is its ability to stay hidden in a drawer and remain out of sight. Drawer safes are usually small enough and light enough to carry around, so it is quite a useful feature that they can be attached to the inside of the drawer, rendering them even more impervious to theft.
Drawer safes are great at keeping your valuables, or perhaps firearms, at arm's length whenever you are sitting behind your desk. If you are a professional who spends a lot of his time slouched over a desk, a drawer safe might be a great investment – handy as well as secure. Drawer safes can also be particularly useful for people who work in shared spaces, and simply wish to ensure that their belongings (not necessarily of particular value) are in a safe place.
However small or cramped your apartment or workspace may be, given the fact that most drawer safes are under 1 cubic feet in size, there is no valid excuse not to have a good, quality safe on your side.